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|A party to a lawsuit||LITIGANT|
|Ancient Greek poet of Lesbos||SAPPHO|
|Assisted or encouraged in some wrongdoing||ABETTED|
|Came to an end||CEASED|
|Food of the Greek gods||AMBROSIA|
|In the normal way||ASUSUAL|
|It’s said to make the heart grow fonder||ABSENCE|
|Metal containers for fires outside||BRAZIERS|
|Norse god of war||ODIN|
|Odd root vegetable for Alec Rice||CELERIAC|
|Sacred Egyptian beetle||SCARAB|
|Severe recurring headache||MIGRAINE|
|Shakespeare’s Moor of Venice||OTHELLO|
|Small Greek letter||IOTA|
|Spears for catching large fish||HARPOONS|
|Stoppers to keep noise out||EARPLUGS|
|Usual, not extraordinary||NORMAL|