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Name the top 25 highest wicket takers of all time in Test cricket. Only surname required. As of Jan 2011.

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    • 1.
    • Anon.
    • 1m 52.6s
    • 25
    • 2.
    • Mike [2nd]
    • 2m 5.3s
    • 25
    • 3.
    • Anon. [3rd]
    • 2m 5.6s
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    • Anon.
    • 2m 20.5s
    • 25
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    • Anon.
    • 2m 45.7s
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    • Mike
    • 3m 24.0s
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    • Anon.
    • 3m 5.5s
    • 24
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    • Anon.
    • 3m 23.6s
    • 24
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    • Anon. [2nd]
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    • Anon.

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