Mirror Quiz Crossword June 10 2019 Answers

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Mirror Quiz Crossword June 10 2019 Answers

  • R W —, Australia Test cricketer who made 118 against Pakistan in Adelaide in 1972
  • US vice president from 1969-73
  • Jose —, Portugal and Lille defender, Euro 2016 Final winner, at Southampton FC from 2010-17
  • John —, actor who played Billy Corkhill in Channel 4 soap Brookside
  • Cannon with a short or medium barrel and a steep angle of fire
  • British name for diesel oil used for road transport
  • 2008 film drama starring Jessica Chastain in the title role
  • 1971 novel by Frederick Forsyth
  • Donald —, world land and water speed record holder killed on Coniston Water in 1967
  • 1821 elegy on the death of John Keats written by Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • Bird of prey of the family Accipitridae
  • Specialised agency of the UN based in Vienna whose aims include poverty alleviation through manufacturing
  • Berhane —, 2003 World Championships women’s 10,000m gold medallist
  • 1999 Woody Allen comedy-drama film starring Sean Penn, Samantha Morton and Anthony LaPaglia
  • Widely cultivated tree with a sweet gritty-textured juicy fruit
  • 1933 novel by John Creasey
  • Port in northwest Germany at the mouth of the River Ems
  • Author of novels Bedford Village and Anthony Adverse
  • The —, 2011 novel by Ethan Cross
  • Tomato-based spicy sauce in Mexican cookery
  • Edward —, composer of 1900 oratorio The Dream of Gerontius
  • — and Other Poems, 1855 volume by Alfred Tennyson
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword June 9 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword June 9 2019 Answers

  • Australia, New South Wales Waratahs and former Wasps RFC utility back
  • 2001 comedy crime film starring Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton
  • Kingsley —, author of 1955 novel That Uncertain Feeling
  • Jean —, 16th-century French sculptor and architect noted for his decorations of works by Pierre Lescot
  • Serpent-like dragon in Greek mythology that guarded the golden apples in the Garden of the Hesperides
  • Pakistan Test wicketkeeper who made an unbeaten 158 against Sri Lanka in Karachi in 2009
  • Member of a South American Indian people whose empire centred on Peru
  • Major mountain system of South America
  • Official language of Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania
  • 1961 film Western directed by and starring Marlon Brando
  • Radioactive chemical element; symbol Fr
  • James —, actor who played Bert Lynch in BBC TV drama series Z Cars
  • Lake —, body of water in central Africa at the southern end of the Great Rift Valley
  • Polygon with six sides
  • Burrowing bivalve mollusc such as the quahog
  • Khagan of the Mongol Empire; founder of the Yuan dynasty in China
  • Comedian-actor who plays the title role in BBC TV series Jonathan Creek
  • Television presenter whose credits include Miss Naked Beauty and How to Look Good Naked
  • Actor who played William Lamb in 1972 film drama Lady Caroline Lamb
  • Andrew —, 1997-2015 Conservative MP; 2010-12 Secretary of State for Health
  • Willow tree whose twigs are used for making baskets
  • Stringed musical instrument with a long fretted neck and circular body
  • Jim —, US artist whose lithographs include 1973’s Big Red Wrench in a Landscape
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword June 8 2019 Answers

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  • 2005 biopic starring Joaquin Phoenix as Johnny Cash
  • Netherlands football coach from 2000-02 and 2012-14
  • 1996 comedy-action film starring Leslie Nielsen and Nicollette Sheridan
  • The —, 2003 film comedy starring Michael Douglas and Albert Brooks
  • Gerry —, co-founder and first leader in 1970 of the SDLP in Northern Ireland
  • Roman god of doorways, passages and bridges
  • Mediterranean seaport and resort in Alpes-Maritimes department, southeast France
  • 2007 novel by Ken Follett
  • Michel —, Spain defender; Real Madrid 2000 and 2002 Champions League Final winner at Blackburn Rovers from 2009-12
  • Sea goddess in Greek mythology and the wife of Poseidon
  • Toa —, rugby league centre whose clubs included Warrington Wolves and Widnes Vikings
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for The Elephant Man
  • 1981 film thriller featuring Wilhelmenia Wiggins Fernandez in the title role
  • The —, Greek epic poem describing the siege of Troy
  • 1980 stage play by Alan Bennett
  • The —, John Kennedy Toole novel published posthumously in 1989
  • 1935 opera by Alban Berg
  • Irish singer and film composer born Eithne Ni Bhraonain
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword June 7 2019 Answers

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  • 1978 film drama starring Brooke Shields and Keith Carradine
  • Biblical character who, along with wife Sapphira, was struck dead for lying
  • Island of the Philippines; capital Quezon City
  • Chemical element; symbol Pb
  • Front part of the head of a golf club
  • Brad —, actor who played Harry Luck in 1960 film Western The Magnificent Seven
  • The —, 1937 novel by J R R Tolkien
  • River in Ethiopia that flows south into Lake Turkana, Kenya
  • 1970 film Western starring Richard Harris based on a short story by Dorothy M Johnson
  • Croydon-born supermodel married to singer Jamie Hince from 2011-16
  • 2000 film comedy starring, written and directed by Woody Allen
  • Province of China whose capital and largest city is Guiyang
  • Any of the bones of a finger or toe
  • 1941 novel by Agatha Christie
  • James —, French painter whose works include 1877’s October
  • 1983 film comedy starring Alan Shearman in the title role
  • Georges —, French composer of operas Carmen and Djamileh
  • Charles —, first president of the Fifth Republic in France
  • 1988 comedy-drama film starring Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey
  • Bernhard —, golfer; 1985 and 1993 Masters Tournament winner
  • Mammal of forests of central Africa with a reddish-brown coat
  • City and port in Pontevedra, northwest Spain
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword June 6 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword June 6 2019 Answers

  • Sebastien —, 2009-11 Toro Rosso F1 driver; 2015-16 FIA Formula E Championship winner
  • The —, 2011 comedy-thriller starring Brendan Gleeson in the title role
  • Mary —, member of the Royal Astronomical Society born in 1780 after whom — College, Oxford, is named
  • Wine bottle holding the equivalent of six normal bottles
  • Smallest quantity of an element that can take part in a chemical reaction
  • Large American feline also called a cougar or mountain lion
  • City in Zeeland, Netherlands, also called Vlissingen
  • 2012 film drama starring Robert Pattinson and Juliette Binoche
  • John —, 1998-2011 Norway football forward; Valencia 2001 Champions League Final runner-up
  • The —, 1992 novel by Iain Banks
  • Kate —, 2000 Olympic 70 kg judo silver medallist
  • Joe —, boxer who took the British, European, and Commonwealth Heavyweight titles from Henry Cooper in 1971
  • Fourth planet from the sun
  • Woodwind instrument whose mouthpiece has a double reed
  • Tropical American tree with juicy pink-fleshed edible fruit
  • Third brightest star in the constellation Orion also called Gamma Orionis
  • Latin hymn sung at matins in the Roman Catholic Church
  • 2008 film drama starring Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman
  • 1998 action film starring Antonio Banderas and Anthony Hopkins
  • 1950 film drama starring Bette Davis and Anne Baxter; 1951 Best Picture Oscar winner
  • Savoury jelly based on meat or fish stock and set in a mould
  • P I —, England Test cricketer who took 6-79 against Australia in Manchester in 1968
  • County of the Republic of Ireland whose villages include Dunmore and Furbo
  • Amorphous form of hydrated silica used as a gemstone
  • Takuma —, Japanese driver whose only F1 podium finish was 3rd in the 2004 United States GP
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword June 5 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword June 5 2019 Answers

  • Main port and commercial capital of Yemen
  • Region of France whose departments include Allier and Cantal
  • Province and largest island of Thailand
  • 1912 novella by Thomas Mann whose central character is Gustav von Aschenbach
  • North American name for a cos lettuce
  • Large bronze musical horn found in Danish peat bogs dating back to the Bronze Age
  • Cheese made in the district of Melton Mowbray named after a place in Cambridgeshire
  • Arthur Wing —, author of stage plays The Gay Lord Quex and The Second Mrs Tanqueray
  • Ballet step in which a dancer springs from one leg and lands on the other
  • French author of 1909 novel Strait is the Gate; 1947 Nobel Prize in Literature winner
  • Largest of the Pelagie Islands between Tunisia and Malta
  • Resort town on the Isle of Anglesey, Wales, housing a castle
  • Edward —, prime minister from 1970-74
  • 1952 novel by H E Bates
  • Ben —, author of novels The Famished Road and In Arcadia
  • Former coal-mining town in Limburg, northeast Belgium
  • US actor who starred as Dominic Toretto in 2009 action film Fast & Furious
  • Catherine —, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar winner for Chicago
  • Instance of a batter touching all four bases safely in baseball
  • Lucy —, actress who played Natalie Evans in BBC TV soap EastEnders
  • 1957 novel by Vladimir Nabokov
  • John —, Governor-General of Australia from 1974-77
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword June 4 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword June 4 2019 Answers

  • 1977 action-comedy film starring Burt Reynolds and Sally Field
  • Bacterial disease also known as lockjaw or trismus
  • US state; capital Boise
  • Biblical king of Israel and husband of Jezebel
  • Any of the separate parts of the calyx of a flower
  • Tree with heart-shaped leaves and pinkish-red flowers such as the eastern — or western —
  • Small constellation in the northern hemisphere containing the star Vega
  • Anke —, 1996 Australian Open singles tennis championship runner-up
  • Any of numerous fish with whisker-like barbels around the mouth such as the Mekong giant —
  • 1999 Stanley Kubrick film drama starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman
  • City in Egypt at the north end of the Suez Canal
  • Stand-up comedian and actor who played Grizzo in ITV series Bad Move
  • Fast-running flightless bird of South America
  • 1979 opera by Philip Glass loosely based on the life of Mahatma Gandhi
  • Goat cheese made in Burgundy in the form of a cylinder wrapped with a chestnut leaf and tied with raffia
  • Dark brown butterfly with orange bands whose caterpillar feeds on nettles
  • 1995 action-comedy film starring Martin Lawrence and Will Smith
  • 1996 action film starring Sylvester Stallone and Amy Brenneman
  • White crystalline sweet carbohydrate; chief component of cane or beet sugar
  • Town in Vicenza, Italy, east of Lake Garda associated with the wool industry
  • Danielle —, author of novels Dangerous Games and Against All Odds
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword June 3 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword June 3 2019 Answers

  • Part of the human leg between the hip and the knee
  • Indian musical instrument with movable frets
  • Greek poet to whom the Iliad is attributed
  • Capital of Georgia; Russian name Tiflis
  • Long-running BBC TV current affairs programme first broadcast in 1953
  • Anders —, Swedish painter whose works include a 1897 portrait of Mrs Walter Rathbone Bacon
  • Takeo —, prime minister of Japan from 1976-78
  • State of Peninsular Malaysia; capital George Town
  • River in England that flows to the Wash near King’s Lynn
  • 1992 film comedy starring American hip-hop duo Kid ‘n Play
  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for his role as Petronius in Quo Vadis
  • Yuzuru —, 2014 and 2018 Olympic singles figure skating gold medallist
  • Mediterranean plant with liquorice-flavoured aromatic seeds
  • Dorothy —, 1962 Commonwealth 100yd and 200yd gold medallist
  • Mother of Hamlet in the William Shakespeare play of that name
  • Long-legged wading bird such as the sacred — or straw-necked —
  • US state; capital Phoenix
  • 1962 novel by Kathleen Anne Porter
  • Any of the three upright wooden sticks used in cricket to form part of a wicket
  • 1988 film comedy starring Robert De Niro and Charles Grodin
  • 1985 debut novel by Bret Easton Ellis
  • David —, British actor who portrayed Jacob Freud in 1962 biopic Freud
  • Emily —, British actress who played the title role in 2018 family film Mary Poppins Returns
  • 1985 film drama starring Jane Fonda and Anne Bancroft
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword June 2 2019 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword June 2 2019 Answers

  • Actress who played Elizabeth Perrin in 1970s BBC TV comedy series The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin
  • Hawaiian musical instrument developed from the Portuguese guitar
  • Judi —, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Mrs Henderson Presents
  • Steve —, actor who played Chris in 2012 comedy-drama film Sightseers
  • Kevin —, 1998-99 Fulham FC manager
  • Arthur —, Liverpudlian comedian who starred as Tommy Gander in 1941 film The Ghost Train
  • Commune in Loire, France, housing the Musee des Beaux-Arts et d’Archeologie Joseph-Dechelette
  • Emily —, Canadian painter whose works include 1934’s Woods and Blue Sky
  • 1999 film comedy featuring Ben Affleck and Matt Damon
  • Don —, author of novels Zero K, Libra and Underworld
  • Son of Neleus, king of Pylos, in Greek mythology killed by Heracles
  • US animated comedy series originally run between 1999-2013 whose central character is Philip J Fry
  • 1982 comedy-drama film starring Steve Guttenberg and Daniel Stern
  • Town in southwest Spain famous for sherry manufacture
  • Tommy —, Liverpudlian comedian; star of BBC Radio show ITMA
  • Jerome —, composer of music for 1927 Broadway show Show Boat
  • Television and radio presenter who hosted BBC TV show Blankety Blank as Lily Savage from 1997-2002
  • 2004 novel by Michael Connelly
  • City in Honshu housing the most sacred Shinto shrine in Japan
  • English director of film comedies The Fast Lady and Monte Carlo or Bust!
  • Freshwater food fish of the salmon family with a long high dorsal fin
  • British singer-songwriter; winner of 15 Grammy Awards between 2009-17
  • Gustav —, Austrian painter whose works include 1905’s The Three Ages of Woman
  • Edward —, Foreign Secretary from 1905-16
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword June 1 2019 Answers

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  • 2000 comedy-drama film starring Jamie Bell in the title role
  • Sour-tasting liquid of impure dilute acetic acid used as a condiment
  • Fine-grained metamorphic rock split into flat plates for roofing material
  • Jorge —, 2011-12 WBO Bantamweight champion
  • 1984 novel by Desmond Bagley
  • Former kingdom and French protectorate of east Indochina now part of Vietnam
  • Village in Northamptonshire; site of a 1645 victory for Oliver Cromwell in the English Civil War
  • Assyrian god mentioned in 2 Kings and Isaiah in the Bible
  • Ben —, US actor who played the title role in films Zoolander and Greenberg
  • Argentina midfield footballer signed by Tottenham Hotspur from Roma in 2013
  • 1976 novel by Alan Garner
  • 1859 novel by George Eliot featuring character Hetty Sorrel
  • 2011 horror film starring Neil Maskell, Michael Smiley and MyAnna Buring
  • Area of low marshy ground in South Africa such as the Umgeni —
  • Wire coloured green and yellow in a British power plug
  • Australian actor-manager who wrote, produced and directed musical comedy Chu Chin Chow
  • Noah —, 2000 Olympic 1,500m gold medallist
  • Douglas —,director of film dramas Magnificent Obsession and Imitation of Life