Mirror Quiz Crossword September 21 2017 Answers

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Mirror Quiz Crossword September 21 2017 Answers

  • Capital of Nigeria
  • Bixente —, France 1998 FIFA World Cup Final-winning defender
  • Roman goddess of the hunt and the moon
  • Reg —, boxing journalist; ITV commentator from 1962
  • City in W Russia on the Dnieper River; scene of severe fighting in World War II
  • Small flying insect known to bite
  • Martin —, Astronomer Royal from 1972-82
  • Companion of Falstaff sentenced to hang for looting in William Shakespeare play Henry V
  • Reality television show launched in the UK in 2000 on Channel 4
  • Brightest star in the constellation Orion
  • Former region of Africa that comprised the southern part of Spanish Sahara
  • Alfred —, author of 1896 stage play Ubu Roi
  • Author of novels Island and Antic Hay
  • Carl Gustav —, Swiss founder of analytical psychology who died in 1961
  • Unit of liquid measure of capacity equal to one eighth of a gallon
  • Name, from 1971-97, of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • French artist whose works include 1776 painting The Bridge
  • W H —, author of poetry collections Homage to Clio and The Shield of Achilles
  • Group of leaders of the Roman Catholic Church; exclusive electors of the Pope
  • Type of West Indian pop music; a forerunner of reggae
  • Common viper with a zigzag pattern along its back
  • City in Bouches-du-Rhone, France housing a Roman amphitheatre
  • Common —, silvery-grey and white bird nicknamed the sea-swallow
  • Capital of Latvia
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword September 20 2017 Answers

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  • Three-volume novel by J R R Tolkien
  • Ancient Egyptian female fertility goddess usually depicted with a cow’s horns
  • The —, 1969 novel by Isaac Bashevis Singer
  • Hickory tree of the southern US with edible nuts
  • Genus of plants that includes the primrose
  • The —, 1921 silent comedy-drama film starring, written and directed by Charles Chaplin
  • Largest city in Saxony, Germany whose university was founded in 1409
  • Oil port in SE Iraq; economic capital of the country
  • Heinrich —, winner of the 1972 Nobel Prize in Literature
  • French author of novels Germinal and Therese Raquin
  • 1951 ballet choreographed by John Cranko
  • Tree of the cashew family whose nuts have an edible green kernel
  • 2001 novel by Paul Theroux
  • — Islands, group in French Polynesia in the South Pacific including Bora Bora and Tahaa
  • Forrest —, author of novels Uncle Stephen and Young Tom
  • 1972 Olympic women’s balance beam and floor gold medallist
  • Entertainer-actor who played Hobbo Hobdyke in BBC sitcom Last of the Summer Wine
  • Widely distributed large hairy venomous spider
  • Mammal from which pork is obtained
  • Agricultural collective farm in Israel
  • The —, 1965 horror film starring Peter Cushing and Patrick Wymark
  • Ian —, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Chariots of Fire
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword September 19 2017 Answers

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  • The —, 2003 novel by Sabine Durrant
  • ITV detective series that starred Mark McManus in the title role from 1983 until his death in 1994
  • John —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar winner for True Grit
  • Dannie —, author of poetry volumes Running Late and Ask the Bloody Horse
  • Jolanda —, 2002 European Championships 800m gold medallist
  • 2004 novel by David Mitchell short-listed for the Man Booker Prize
  • — monkey, macaque used extensively in medical research
  • Capital and largest city of Samoa
  • Zsolt —, WBO Light Heavyweight champion from 2004-09
  • Mount —, highest peak in the Sierra Nevada, US
  • 1985 volume of short stories by Stephen King
  • 1986 comedy-drama film starring Kathleen Turner in the title role
  • Angolan political movement co-founded by Antonio da Costa Fernandes and Jonas Savimbi in 1966
  • Nest of a squirrel
  • Prime minister of Singapore from 1959-90
  • Ernie —, South African golfer who won The Open Championship in 2002 and 2012
  • Cricket stroke made with the bat in an almost horizontal position
  • Alexandre —, France and Clermont Auvergne rugby union flanker
  • Layer of dead skin connecting the eponychium to the nail
  • European finch with a brown streaked plumage
  • Tall plant similar to cow parsley originally from Southern Russia and Georgia
  • Male in the British Isles holding the highest hereditary title of the nobility
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword September 18 2017 Answers

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  • Sculpture, painting or drawing of the dead Christ supported by the Virgin Mary
  • 1930 stage play by Agatha Christie
  • 1990 Woody Allen film comedy starring Mia Farrow in the title role
  • Alessandro —, Italian Baroque sculptor whose works include the Fuga d’Attila relief and Portrait of Camillo Pamphili
  • Knight of the Round Table and lover of Queen Guinevere in Arthurian legend
  • Standard unit of currency of Ethiopia
  • Flowering plant of the daisy family with an edible root also called Purple salsify
  • Roman poet whose works include Ars Amatoria
  • Capital of Australia
  • Place near Jerusalem where, according to the Hebrew Bible, children were sacrificed
  • River upon which Rome, Italy stands
  • River in Hades in Greek mythology that caused forgetfulness in those who drank from it
  • Character in Greek mythology bound to a perpetually turning fiery wheel by Hermes on the orders of Zeus
  • 1961 film comedy starring Tony Hancock and George Sanders
  • Racing toboggan on which riders lie supine
  • Capital of Wales
  • Duke of —, Allied commander-in-chief in the War of the Spanish Succession
  • — Strait, body of water between Cape Breton Island and Newfoundland
  • Sugar alcohol used as a sweetener and laxative
  • Elephant in stories for children by Jean de Brunhoff
  • Yitzhak —, prime minister of Israel from 1992-95
  • Unit of length, one twelfth of a foot
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword September 17 2017 Answers

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  • 2001 novel by Stephen King
  • — Sea, body of water formerly known as the German Ocean
  • Ancient kingdom situated between the Dead Sea and the Gulf of Aqaba
  • The —, 1991 film drama starring William Hurt and Christine Lahti
  • County of the Republic of Ireland between Longford and Monaghan
  • John Foster —, US Secretary of State from 1953-59
  • Tourist town in Kent on the English Channel housing a 16th-century castle
  • Piece of music composed for a group of nine instruments or singers
  • Sister of Augustus and fourth wife of Mark Antony who died in 11 BC
  • US hip hop group whose 1989 debut album was 3 Feet High and Rising
  • Another name for a catkin
  • Hugh —, president of the AEU from 1968-78 who died in 2004
  • John —, Governor-General of Australia from 1974-77
  • The —, 1897 debut novel by Ellen Glasgow
  • Actress who played Kris Munroe in US television series Charlie’s Angels from 1977-81
  • 2012 winner of the Oaks ridden by Seamie Heffernan
  • 1953-61 Secretary-General of the United Nations awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1961
  • Romantic poem by John Keats written in 1819 and published in 1820
  • Haitian monetary unit worth one hundredth of a gourde
  • Dried oil-yielding kernel of the coconut
  • Sven —, IBF Super Middleweight champion from 1998-2004
  • Either of the two tides that occur just after the first or third quarters of the moon
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword September 16 2017 Answers

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  • 1937 film comedy starring Fredric March and Carole Lombard
  • Anton —, Dutch painter whose works include 1876’s Morning Ride on the Beach
  • Samuel —, author of stage plays Not I and Breath
  • Fabric of silk and rayon closely woven to give a smooth glossy appearance
  • The —, 2008 novel by Stephenie Meyer
  • Country in NE Africa; capital Asmara
  • Nigeria footballer; first man to score four goals in a Premier League game, for Norwich against Everton in 1993-94
  • Mediterranean plant with white or pink flowers whose aromatic seeds are used as a condiment and a flavouring
  • Disease of children caused by a deficiency of vitamin D
  • BAFTA TV Award Best Actor winner for The Singing Detective, Wives and Daughters, Longitude and Perfect Strangers
  • Italian comic opera such as La serva padrona by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
  • 1987 film drama starring Barbra Streisand and Richard Dreyfuss
  • Maori war chant accompanied by gestures
  • Series of six or more balls bowled by a cricketer
  • Stout single-edged cavalry sword
  • Noel Coward stage play that opened on Broadway, New York in 1925
  • French city; capital of the former duchy of Burgundy
  • Jewish holiday observed for eight nights and days also called the Festival of Lights
  • 1998 and 1999 winner of the F1 World Drivers’ Championship
  • The —, English horse race for fillies held at Epsom since 1779
  • Independent republic whose capital, Suva, is on the island of Viti Levu
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword September 15 2017 Answers

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  • 1984 film drama starring Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell
  • Malcolm —, Conservative MP for Edinburgh Pentlands from 1974-97; Foreign Secretary from 1995-97
  • Seaport in Northern Ireland with a ferry link to Fleetwood, Lancashire
  • Biblical character murdered by brother Cain
  • Port in Russia on the Kama River known as Molotov from 1940-62
  • Monetary unit worth one hundredth of a Swedish krona
  • Plant of the genus Nepeta also called catmint
  • Bob —, golfer; 1968 winner of the Masters Tournament
  • River in Western Australia that flows north to Cambridge Gulf and the Timor Sea
  • Mike —, songwriter and composer of 1984 musical The Hunting of the Snark
  • Zulu word for a group of armed warriors or soldiers
  • 1980 stage play by Steven Berkoff
  • Stand with open shelves for displaying small ornaments
  • 2007 film drama starring Freddie Highmore in the title role
  • Jo —, F1 motor racing driver; 1968 British GP winner
  • Long-legged wading bird such as the sacred — or straw-necked —
  • Patrick —, biologist and town planner credited with coining the word conurbation
  • 1986 film drama starring Sigourney Weaver and Michael Caine
  • Luis —, Argentine boxer defeated by Jack Dempsey in a 1923 World Heavyweight title fight
  • Nottingham Forest 1979 and 1980 European Cup-winning manager
  • US actor who played the title role in ITV drama series Mr Selfridge
  • 1999 novel by Paul Auster about dog Mr Bones
  • London Borough of —, area containing Brixton and Streatham
  • City in South Korea housing the Kyungpook National University
  • River that forms a large part of the border between North Korea and China
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword September 14 2017 Answers

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  • Freshwater crustacean resembling a small lobster
  • Optical data storage medium readable by a computer
  • The —, 1892 two-act ballet with music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
  • London Underground line coloured black on a Tube map
  • Soft creamy white cheese similar to Camembert
  • Symbol on a computer keyboard also called a number sign and octothorp
  • 1956 film drama that featured Carroll Baker in the title role
  • Town in West Bengal, India noted for its black tea
  • Endangered nomadic species of antelope of Asia with an elongated oversized nose
  • Hard silver-grey metallic element; symbol Ta
  • Elia —, Best Director Oscar winner for On the Waterfront and Gentleman’s Agreement
  • Chicken originally bred in China noted for the excessive plumage covering its legs
  • William —, 19th-century inventor of a writing system for the blind
  • Agile hoofed mammal of Africa and Asia such as the rock — or tree —
  • John —, golfer; winner, in December 2007, of the 2008 Alfred Dunhill Championship
  • Tom —, author of novels Porterhouse Blue and The Throwback
  • Alphonse —, Art Nouveau artist noted for painting series The Slav Epic
  • Louis —, US jazz trumpeter known as Satchmo
  • Chris —, rugby union centre; 1968 Scotland Test debutant against Australia
  • Joseph —, prime minister of Australia from 1931-39
  • Saying attributed to the prophet Muhammad that is not found in the Koran
  • 2001 film subtitled Once Upon a Time in India; a 2002 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar nominee
  • Middle daughter of King Lear in the William Shakespeare play of that name
  • William —, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1633-45
  • City on the Mediterranean under Egyptian administration from 1949 until its occupation by Israel in 1967
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword September 13 2017 Answers

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  • Secretary-General of the United Nations from 2007-16
  • Patricia —, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Hud
  • Trevor —, South African golfer; 2008 Masters Tournament winner
  • Soft leather used in gloves made from sheep, kid or lambskin whose name derives from a city in California, US
  • Christopher —, poet and dramatist who authored stage plays The Jew of Malta and Edward II
  • Series of games in a tennis match
  • Capital of the former Spanish Sahara; largest city of the disputed territory of Western Sahara also called Laayoune
  • City in Belarus at the confluence of the Pina and Pripyat Rivers
  • Root vegetable of the cabbage family eaten raw in salads
  • Australia, NSW Waratahs and former Exeter Chiefs rugby union lock
  • God of thunder in Norse mythology
  • 2004 comedy-drama film starring Sigourney Weaver and Emile Hirsch
  • 2007 family film starring Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey
  • 1988 comedy-drama film starring Sonny Bono and Ruth Brown
  • D L —, England cricketer who scored the first century in an ODI
  • Chinese tree bearing a small orange fruit with a sweet rind
  • Amorphous form of hydrated silica used as a gemstone
  • 2002 film drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Dustin Hoffman
  • Rare breed of English pig with a black body and white points
  • The —, 1950 film drama starring Marlon Brando and Teresa Wright
  • 1979 comedy-crime film starring Farrah Fawcett-Majors and Charles Grodin
  • Edible marine gastropod mollusc also called a sea-ear
  • Large Old World tree of the mahogany family whose bark is used to make a tonic
  • Joiner in William Shakespeare play A Midsummer Night’s Dream
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword September 12 2017 Answers

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  • Formation of words imitating the sound of a noise, such as pop and whoosh
  • Small aromatic plant of the mint family
  • John —, radio announcer who commentated on the University Boat Race from 1931-80
  • Donkey in stories by A A Milne
  • Guy —, 1976 Olympic 110m hurdles gold medallist
  • Sandstone formation in Northern Territory, Australia also known as Ayers Rock
  • 1964 Roger Vadim film drama starring Jane Fonda based on a stage play by Arthur Schnitzler
  • 1987 David Mamet film drama starring Lindsay Crouse and Joe Mantegna
  • Insect often mistaken for a wasp or bee that feeds on the nectar and pollen of flowers
  • Hiram —, US-born inventor of the first automatic machine gun
  • Roman scholar whose history of Rome contained 42 books
  • 1987 film comedy starring Shelley Long and Bette Midler
  • 2009 novel by Dean Koontz
  • The —, 2001 action film starring Jet Li and Carla Gugino
  • 1887 H Rider Haggard novel subtitled A History of Adventure
  • Chiricahua Apache leader who died in 1909
  • City in Siberia, Russia on the Angara River
  • Melvyn —, author of novels Crystal Rooms and Now is the Time
  • Japanese thick wheat flour noodle