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|1843 novella by Charles Dickens||ACHRISTMAS|
|1886 painting by John Everett Millais originally titled A Child’s World||BUBBLES|
|1980 film thriller starring Michael Caine and Angie Dickinson||DRESSED|
|1981 biopic starring, directed and co-written by Warren Beatty||REDS|
|1985 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe winner ridden by Pat Eddery||RAINBOW QUEST|
|1995 novel by Leon Uris||REDEMPTION|
|1997 family film starring John Goodman and Jim Broadbent||THE BORROWERS|
|2014 City of Culture in the Republic of Ireland||LIMERICK|
|A C W —, inventor of a portable lamp used to transmit Morse code||ALDIS|
|Ancient Egyptian female fertility goddess usually depicted with a cow’s horns||ISIS|
|Arnold —, author of stage plays Roots and The Kitchen||WESKER|
|Earthy pigment containing ferric oxide||OCHRE|
|Fruit of the oak tree||ACORN|
|High-level computer programming language for beginners, which first appeared in 1964||BASIC|
|Kate —, 2000 Olympic modern pentathlon bronze medallist||ALLENBY|
|Katy —, actress-comedian who portrays Sarah Ferguson in Channel 4 sitcom The Windsors||WIX|
|Kenneth —, actor who played King Henry in 2014 family film Maleficent||CRANHAM|
|Obsolete English unit of measurement equivalent to 45 inches, used in tailoring||ELL|
|Otto —, 1944 winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry||HAHN|
|Round yellow edible root called rutabaga in North America||SWEDE|
|The —, 1989 action film starring Ed Harris and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio||ABYSS|