Mirror Quiz Crossword February 21 2019 Answers

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Mirror Quiz Crossword February 21 2019 Answers

  • Adam —, US actor who played Benjamin Danz in 2005 action-comedy film Mr & Mrs Smith
  • 1978 stage play by Harold Pinter
  • Southernmost of the Inner Hebrides off the Scottish coast
  • 2010-18 Widnes Vikings head coach; Wigan 1995 Man of Steel award winner
  • 1944 Alfred Hitchcock film drama starring Tallulah Bankhead and William Bendix
  • Large mammal also known as a killer whale
  • Ornamental mineral varying in colour from white to green
  • 1980 Sam Shepard stage play
  • 1971 film comedy starring Dick Van Dyke and Pippa Scott
  • 1998 animated film based on a Chinese legend whose title character is voiced by Ming-Na Wen
  • African republic; capital Libreville
  • Lake —, large body of water in SE Siberia; UNESCO World Heritage Site from 1996
  • 2002 novel by Iain Banks
  • Standard unit of currency of Ghana
  • Gert —, actor who played the title role in 1964 action film Goldfinger
  • The —, 1794 novel by Mrs Ann Radcliffe
  • US state; capital Juneau
  • Frank —, author of novels The Foxes of Harrow and The Voyage Unplanned
  • Port in Para, Brazil, on the Para River
  • W W —, English author of 1902 short story collection The Lady of the Barge
  • 2018 horror film featuring Bonnie Aarons in the title role
  • Terence —, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Billy Budd
  • Philip —, author of novels The Plot Against America and Portnoy’s Complaint
  • US city housing the Arizona Western College
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword February 20 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword February 20 2019 Answers

  • Large seaside town in Merseyside on the Irish Sea coast
  • 1998 film drama starring Jessica Lange and Gwyneth Paltrow
  • Author of novels Dr Franklin’s Island and Siberia
  • 2017 film drama starring Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce
  • 2000 action film starring Sylvester Stallone in the title role
  • Japanese dish of seafood or vegetables deep-fried in batter
  • Golf scoring system in which a player or team earns a point for each hole they have won
  • John —, musician; author of 1965 volume A Spaniard in the Works
  • Metal censer suspended from chains in which incense is burnt during church services
  • Small constellation also called the Little Bear
  • Prickly shrub with red berry-like fruits
  • Winning end to a game of chess
  • Scientific study of celestial objects, space and the universe as a whole
  • Maureen —, actress who played Esmeralda in 1939 film drama The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  • 1957-65 BBC TV current affairs programme presented by Cliff Michelmore
  • 2000 adventure-comedy film starring Breckin Meyer and Seann William Scott
  • The —, 1912 volume of verse by Walter de la Mare
  • Benjamin —, poet; author of novels Refugee Boy and Face
  • Small tree or shrub whose leaves are used to make a beverage
  • Arthur —, author of 1952 memoir A Pattern of Islands
  • Badminton shot played to the back of the opponent’s court
  • Fast-running flightless bird of South America
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword February 19 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword February 19 2019 Answers

  • The —, 1976 novel by Stan Barstow
  • 1970s BBC TV drama series starring Jack Hedley and Edward Hardwicke
  • Edward —, English pirate also known as Blackbeard who died in 1718
  • Aircraft firm founded by Alliott Verdon Roe in 1910
  • — Bay, large inlet of northern South Island, New Zealand, whose chief towns include Nelson
  • Sarah —, Republican candidate for vice president of the US in 2008
  • 2001 film drama starring Sean Penn and Michelle Pfeiffer
  • Tiny brown bird with a fine bill and short narrow tail
  • Point on the celestial sphere directly below an observer
  • Mediterranean variety of wild marjoram
  • 2012 novel by crime writing duo Nicci French
  • Standard unit of currency of Bhutan
  • 1993 novel by Carl Hiaasen
  • 2018 romcom starring Constance Wu and Henry Golding
  • The —, 1964 film drama starring Henry Fonda and Cliff Robertson
  • Former Indian copper coin worth one sixteenth of a rupee
  • 2010 romcom starring Kristen Bell and Josh Duhamel
  • Twining plant cultivated for its edible tuber
  • The —, 1979 film drama starring David Bennent based on a 1959 novel by Gunter Grass
  • Gerardus —, 16th-century Flemish cartographer and mathematician
  • Riccardo —, 1977-93 F1 motor racing driver; 1992 Japanese GP winner
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword February 18 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword February 18 2019 Answers

  • Author of 1960 children’s novel Island of the Blue Dolphins
  • 1948 novel by P G Wodehouse
  • Seventh sign of the zodiac
  • Capital of Yonne department, central France
  • Small tree with edible oval fruit
  • Paul —, French poet and critic whose works include 1917’s La Jeune Parque
  • Singer-actor whose first starring role was in 1959 comedy-drama film Hound-Dog Man
  • River that flows through Leicester
  • The —, 1970 novel by Claire Rayner
  • In football, a score by a team member for their opponents
  • Daughter of Tantalus in Greek mythology turned into a rock on Mount Sipylus
  • 2003 novel by Chris Ryan
  • 2003 novel by Emily Barr
  • Suburb of Birkenhead on the Wirral Peninsula noted for — Rovers FC, 2000 League Cup Final runners-up
  • Martin Andersen —, Danish author of 1906-10 four volume novel Pelle The Conqueror
  • Siren in German legend said to lure boatmen to destruction from her rock at the edge of the Rhine
  • Seaport in Primorsky Krai, SE Russia, west of Sapporo, Japan
  • Walter —, US film animator who created Woody Woodpecker
  • BBC TV sitcom starring Paul Eddington and Nigel Hawthorne that ran from 1980-84
  • Gerald —, Lord High Chancellor from 1964-70
  • Michael —, actress who played Olivia Walton in 1970s US television series The Waltons
  • Type of lyric poem composed of couplets in which a long line is followed by a shorter one
  • Poem by Allen Ginsberg first performed in 1955
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword February 17 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword February 17 2019 Answers

  • 1996 comedy film starring Adam Sandler in the title role
  • Wilhelm Conrad —, discoverer of X-rays awarded the 1901 Nobel Prize in Physics
  • Peter —, 17th-century painter whose works include Girl with a Parrot and Two Ladies of the Lake Family
  • 2010 novel by Harlan Coben
  • Federico Garcia Lorca stage play first performed in 1933
  • Jim —, star of 2003 comedy-drama film Bruce Almighty
  • Michaela —, actress who starred in 2018 BBC TV drama series Black Earth Rising
  • 11th-century Castilian soldier born Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar
  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Doctor Zhivago
  • Oswald —, German philosopher whose two-volume work The Decline of the West was published in 1918 and 1923
  • J M —, author of 1907 stage play The Playboy of the Western World
  • Walled city in Tuscany, Italy, housing a 13th-century university
  • British electronics company founded in 1968 by Alan Sugar
  • Official language of Pakistan also spoken in India
  • The —, 2008 film drama starring Jeremy Renner; 2010 Best Picture Oscar winner
  • 1989 romcom starring Jeff Goldblum and Emma Thompson
  • Flying insect with a single pair of transparent wings
  • Male swan
  • 1953 Benjamin Britten opera commissioned for the coronation of Elizabeth II
  • Tomas —, 2010 Wimbledon singles tennis championship final runner-up
  • The —, 1937 romcom starring Irene Dunne and Cary Grant
  • Clifford —, author of stage plays Waiting for Lefty and Clash by Night
  • Waterbird of Europe, Asia and North America with a white bill and forehead
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword February 16 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword February 16 2019 Answers

  • 1998 comedy-crime film starring Chris Rea and Ben Kingsley
  • Comic actor who played the title role in 1990s BBC TV sitcom The Brittas Empire
  • City in the central Netherlands housing the Dom Tower
  • Highest point on Bodmin Moor
  • Town in Piedmont, Italy, famous for its sparkling wine
  • 1988 comedy-drama film starring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise; 1989 Best Picture Oscar winner
  • Lionel —, Argentina and Barcelona forward; 2010-12 and 2015 FIFA Ballon d’Or winner
  • 2014 novel by Louise Mensch
  • 2007 biopic starring Sam Riley as singer Ian Curtis
  • Dennis —, 1990-91 WBC Light Heavyweight champion
  • Hard jet-black coal that burns slowly giving out an intense heat
  • 1938 novel by T H White
  • Port in Japan; largest city on Okinawa Island
  • — Stadium, 1964-2008 home of US baseball team the New York Mets
  • Christian —, French couturier noted for his New Look
  • Judy —, US author of novels Wifey, Blubber and Deenie
  • Toothless mammal with a long snout that feeds on termites
  • Arthur —, 1975 Wimbledon singles tennis championship winner
  • Very short skirt worn by a ballerina
  • Actor and satirist known for his work with Rory Bremner and John Fortune
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword February 15 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword February 15 2019 Answers

  • Small burrowing rodent of North America such as Gunnison’s —
  • London Underground station on the Central Line between Shepherd’s Bush and Notting Hill Gate
  • Tree of Africa and south Asia that exudes a resin used in perfume and medicine
  • River that flows into Morecambe Bay at Fleetwood
  • Nell —, author of stage plays Steaming and Cancer Tales
  • CGS unit of work or energy
  • Capital of the Bahamas
  • Lover of Hari Kumar in 1966 Paul Scott novel The Jewel in the Crown
  • Tree with winged seeds whose wood is used for tool handles
  • River upon which Nottingham stands
  • Market town in North Devon; birthplace of playwright John Gay
  • Brightest star in constellation Ursa Minor
  • Son of Telamon; Greek hero of the Trojan War
  • 1973, 1974 and 1977 Grand National-winning horse
  • Yellow cheese with large holes named after a valley in Switzerland
  • Graeme —, cyclist; author of 2003 autobiography Flying Scotsman
  • Best Picture Oscar-winning 1952 Cecil B DeMille film drama starring Betty Hutton and Cornel Wilde
  • Grigori —, Siberian peasant monk murdered in St Petersburg, Russia, in 1916
  • Alias of Natty Bumppo in stories by James Fenimore Cooper
  • Canine companion of Wallace in claymation films by Nick Park
  • Long-legged doglike mammal of south Asia and Africa
  • Children’s card game
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword February 14 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword February 14 2019 Answers

  • The —, 1955 novel by Leon Uris
  • George —, author of 1707 stage play The Beaux’ Stratagem
  • Second brightest star in the constellation Perseus, also known as the Demon Star
  • Son of Odysseus and Penelope in Greek mythology
  • 1935 novel by John Steinbeck featuring the character Big Joe Portagee
  • African republic; capital N’Djamena
  • Indian diamond; part of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom
  • Village in Gloucestershire near the England-Wales border housing a moated Norman castle
  • US ventriloquist whose puppets included Lamb Chop and Hush Puppy
  • — of France, wife of Edward II of England
  • Tom —, US actor who starred in 1958 sci-fi film I Married a Monster from Outer Space
  • 1983 novel by D M Thomas
  • Amanda —, actress who starred as Anne Elliot in 1995 BBC TV film drama Persuasion
  • 1985 Western film directed by and starring Clint Eastwood
  • Young unfledged pigeon
  • 1946 novel by Agatha Christie
  • In electronics, a control such as a variable resistor used to set initial conditions
  • — Lake, body of water in Northwest Territories, Canada, on the Arctic Circle
  • Fifth sign of the zodiac
  • Main protein present in milk and cheese
  • SI derived unit of angle
  • Small rodent of Eurasia and North America
  • Antony —, actor who played Dr Moth in 1998 comedy-drama film Shakespeare in Love
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword February 13 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword February 13 2019 Answers

  • City in Canada housing the University of Saskatchewan
  • Katie —, 2005 and 2007 FINA World Aquatics Championships 200m and 400m individual medley gold medallist
  • 2010 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner ridden by Paddy Brennan
  • Ambrose —, US poet and satirist who disappeared in Mexico in 1913
  • Claude —, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Mr Skeffington
  • Democratic socialist magazine relaunched in 2018 whose editors have included Michael Foot and Chris Mullin
  • Sound made by a pigeon
  • Yvonne —, singer-actress who played Mary Magdalene in 1973 film musical Jesus Christ Superstar
  • European finch with a brown streaked plumage
  • Sea god in classical mythology; husband of Doris
  • — Cup, annual tournament contested by British and American ladies’ tennis teams between 1923-89
  • The —, 2008 novel by Christos Tsiolkas
  • 1816 opera by Gioachino Rossini subtitled The Useless Precaution
  • 1979 sci-fi film starring Tom Skerritt and Sigourney Weaver
  • Moses Ndiema —, 2014 Commonwealth 10,000m gold medallist
  • Gavin —, British sculptor and conceptual artist whose installations include 2004’s The Golden Thread
  • Small port and resort in Argyll and Bute, west Scotland
  • Annette —, singer and actress who played Dee Dee in 1964 film musical Bikini Beach
  • Ferdinand —, 19th-century French diplomat and developer of the Suez Canal
  • Unit of weight equal to 2,240 pounds
  • 1981 film comedy starring Ringo Starr and Dennis Quaid
  • Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin show; 1977 Tony Award winner for Best Musical and Best Original Score
  • Joan —, Spanish painter whose works include 1967’s The Gold of Azure
  • Eldest of Noah’s three sons in the Old Testament
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword February 12 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword February 12 2019 Answers

  • The —, 1987 crime-drama film starring Kevin Costner as Eliot Ness
  • 1874 novel by Anthony Trollope; fourth of the Palliser hexalogy
  • Geoffrey —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Shine
  • Simon —, Chief Conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra from 2002-18
  • City in Piedmont, Italy, on the River Po associated with motor car manufacturer Fiat
  • Track cycling competition consisting of six events
  • 2004 action-comedy film starring Queen Latifah and Jimmy Fallon
  • Tony —, 1985-86 WBA Heavyweight champion
  • 2001 film comedy starring Rowan Atkinson and John Cleese
  • 1980s Channel 4 game show revived by BBC TV in 2002
  • Gemma —, actress who played Lisa Hunter and Carly Hope in television soaps Hollyoaks and Emmerdale respectively
  • W H —, author of poetry collections Homage to Clio and The Shield of Achilles
  • Card game for four; a forerunner of bridge
  • Tracy-Ann —, actress who played Chrissie Watts in BBC TV soap EastEnders
  • Name, until 1984, of Burkina Faso
  • The —, 2010 film drama starring Adrien Brody and Forest Whitaker
  • Spirit made from sugar cane
  • Brian —, actor noted for Whitehall Theatre farces such as Dry Rot and Simple Spymen
  • Either of the two egg-shaped masses of grey matter at the base of the brain
  • US actress married to Dudley Moore from 1975-80
  • Freshwater game fish such as the brown — or rainbow —
  • West Yorkshire town; birthplace of Thomas Chippendale
  • Richard E —, US aviator and polar explorer who died in 1957