1. Perindopril and Finasteride
Naughty fairies from a Tchaikovsky ballet. From Peter Metcalfe.
An unperformed opera by an unknown 18th-century Italian composer. Peter Metcalfe again.
The secret police of a former Soviet central Asian republic.
Used to deliberately disrupt the final development stage of new tech. Thanks to Graham Moonie-Dalton.
A minor villain in The Tempest. Nominated by someone calling themselves Bishop of Bath & Wells (or Moralweakness).
6. The Xanax sequence
Mid-1970s sci-fi epic, a novel in three parts. From Dougal.
A shiny, silky fabric that gives you a nasty shock when you touch it. Translated by Bertha Mason.
A heroic metal. The B of B&W, aka MW again.
A vehicle for small children that doesn't take the top of your finger off when you fold it up to put it in the car, according to Bertha Mason.
Would-be RAF types (Malcolm Redfellow), or the type of internationally renowned manager Alf Ramsey was when appointed by the FA in 1963 (Adrian Brodkin).
Next week: Animal noises in other languages
Coming soon: Unanswered questions in songs ('Who Let the Dogs Out?'). Send your suggestions, and ideas for future Top 10s, to email@example.com
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