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The Telegraph - General Knowledge Jul 11 2010

-- acid, fatty acid used in manufacture of nylon ADIPIC
A Tsarist proclamation UKASE
Arrogant, having suddenly risen in significance JUMPEDUP
Cease to maintain fixed relationship between currencies UNPEG
Centennial state, capital Denver COLORADO
Commander of German forces in North Africa in World War II ROMMEL
Dame Edith --, English actress 1888-1976 EVANS
English novelist (1904-91) who wrote the screenplay for 'The Third Man' GREENE
Family home of Sir Winston Churchill CHARTWELL
Fattened liver of a duck or goose FOIEGRAS
Flower that is an emblem of immortality AMARANTH
Francesco Maria --, Italian physicist and astronomer 1618-1663 GRIMALDI
Greek Muse of astronomy URANIA
John --, author of �The French Lieutenant�s Woman� FOWLES
Large exhibition or public showing EXPO
Opera in three acts by Gershwin PORGYANDBESS
Order of mammals with prominent incisor teeth RODENTIA
Person who allots hard work TASKMASTER
Port south-east of Cork in southern Ireland COBH
Spanish-American cattle ranch or estate ESTANCIA
Spicy Spanish vegetable soup served cold GAZPACHO
Sudden and astonishing happening COUPDEFOUDRE
Swede who was secretary-general of UN from 1953 to 1961 DAGHAMMARSKJOLD
Talk indistinctly, often with mouth partly closed MUMBLE
Team, especially one in motor-racing EQUIPE
Tool, part of which is used for pulling out nails CLAWHAMMER
Triangle having two equal sides ISOSCELES
Word joining the subject and the predicate COPULA
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