||Which A is another name for a slaughterhouse?
||Which B is an oily substance extracted from a variety of Seville orange which is used in cosmetics and as flavouring in Earl Grey tea?
||Which C is the battlements of a castle, with regular gaps for firing arrows or guns?
||Which D is a small, short-barrelled pistol with a large bore, named after the US gunsmith who invented it?
||Which E is a North American coneflower used in herbal medicine, mainly for it’s antibiotic and wound-healing properties?
||Which F is a Middle-Eastern dish of spiced, mashed chickpeas formed into balls and deep fried?
||Which G is a medical term for the inflammation of the gums?
||Which H is an organ-like keyboard instrument in which the notes are produced by air driven through metal reeds by foot-operated bellows?
||Which I is the large broad bone forming the upper part of each half of the pelvis?
||Which J is unwanted material or goods that have been thrown overboard from a ship and washed ashore?
||Which K is a black powder used as a cosmetic to darken the rims of the eyelids, especially in Eastern countries?
||Which L is a steel device for lifting heavy blocks of stone or concrete, consisting of three pieces arranged to form a dovetail?
||Which M is the craft of knotting cord or string in patterns to make decorative items?
||Which N is a wrestling hold in which one arm is passed under the opponents arm from behind and applied to the neck, or both arms and hands are applied?
||Nelson (half and full)
||Which O is a print textured to resemble an oil painting?
||Which P is a bag or box fitted either side of the rear wheel of a bicycle or motor cycle?
||Which Q is an extinct South African zebra with a yellowish-brown coat and darker stripes?
||Which R is the killing of a king?
||Which S is a large dung beetle, regarded as sacred in Ancient Egypt?
||Which T is a stand in which decanters containing spirits may be locked but still be seen?
||Which U is a man’s long, loose overcoat of Irish origin made of heavy material, usually with a belt at the back?
||Which V is a fine parchment made from calfskin, lambskin or kidskin, used as paper and bookbinding?
||Which W is a loop or ring of leather through which a Scout’s neckerchief ends are threaded?
||Which X is a colourless, odourless noble gas of atomic number 54?
||Which Y in Chinese philosophy, the active male principle of the universe, associated with heaven, heat and light?
||Which Z is a skullcap worn by Roman Catholic clerics, varying in colour according to rank?