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|”Beware the … of March” (Julius Caesar)||IDES|
|Building for historical artefacts||MUSEUM|
|Chewy sweet with nuts and cherries||NOUGAT|
|Curved oriental sabre||SCIMITAR|
|Device that enables more than one plug per socket||ADAPTOR|
|Elliptical courses of celestial objects||ORBITS|
|Enter a property without permission||TRESPASS|
|Equally or smoothly||EVENLY|
|Having reality or being||EXISTING|
|Horn of the deer||ANTLER|
|Hurry to the wetland grass||RUSH|
|In use or busy with something||OCCUPIED|
|Instalment in a series||EPISODE|
|Local way of speaking||ACCENT|
|One of the brighest stars||CAPELLA|
|Relating to the sounds of spoken language||PHONETIC|
|Rio pacts about the fruits||APRICOTS|
|Spectators or listeners||AUDIENCE|
|Sudden and unexpected piece of good fortune||WINDFALL|
|The buying or selling of ecclesiastical privileges||SIMONY|
|Took power illegally||USURPED|
|Topics under discussion||SUBJECTS|
|Verse of a poem||STANZA|