Mirror Quiz Crossword January 7 2018 Answers

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Mirror Quiz Crossword January 7 2018 Answers

  • City and former French colony north of Kolkata, West Bengal, India
  • Portuguese gold coin current in early 18th-century England worth about 27 shillings
  • Ball worth four points in snooker
  • Stanley —, Labour MP for both Salford East and Salford West; Minister for Social Security from 1976-79
  • Fine plaster used for coating walls
  • David —, author of stage plays American Buffalo and Speed-the-Plow
  • Gene —, World Heavyweight boxing champion from 1926-28
  • Dog belonging to Dorothy Gale in the Oz series of books by L Frank Baum
  • Edwin —, 1976 and 1984 Olympic 400m hurdles gold medallist
  • Loose-skinned dog of Chinese origin with a frowning expression
  • Italian choreographer and dancer; judge on BBC TV competition Strictly Come Dancing
  • The —, 1984 novel by Stephen King and Peter Straub
  • Percy —, director of films Salmonberries and Rosalie Goes Shopping
  • 1922 novel by Sinclair Lewis
  • Port and resort in the Algarve, S Portugal
  • Another name for four-four time in music
  • Phrase abbreviated as AD meaning ‘In the year of our Lord’
  • John —, author of 1728 stage work The Beggar’s Opera
  • Series of games in a tennis match
  • Richmal —, author of stories featuring William Brown and Violet Elizabeth Bott
  • Port in NE Sicily housing a university
  • Charles —, 1970 Commonwealth 400m gold medallist
  • 2003 novel by Edmund White
  • Douglas —, Germany-born director of film dramas Magnificent Obsession and Imitation of Life
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword January 6 2018 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword January 6 2018 Answers

  • Pear-shaped fruit with a leathery green or blackish skin
  • 1983 film comedy directed by and starring Woody Allen
  • Town in Orne, France; an early lace manufacturing centre
  • Asian plant that produces a dark-red edible bean
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Network
  • L Frank —, author of 1900 children’s novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
  • Walled city in N Spain on the Ebro River; capital of La Rioja
  • Humphry —, English chemist who invented a miners’ safety lamp
  • Berhane —, 2003 World Championships women’s 10,000m gold medallist
  • Colourless gas present in the atmosphere used as dry ice for refrigeration
  • Son of Lancelot and Elaine in Arthurian legend
  • Real Club —, venue in Cadiz, Spain of the 1997 Ryder Cup golf competition
  • Jennifer —, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar winner for A Beautiful Mind
  • Arab sailing vessel with one or two masts
  • 1991 film thriller directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh
  • Member of the aboriginal people of Japan
  • City in Ohio, US, known in the early 20th-century as the rubber capital of the world
  • South African coin containing one troy ounce of gold
  • Port in Gironde, France on the River Garonne
  • George —, prime minister of Australia from 1904-05
  • Large mammal also known as a killer whale
  • Port in Puglia, SE Italy on the Adriatic coast
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword January 5 2018 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword January 5 2018 Answers

  • Pirate friend to Pompey in William Shakespeare play Antony and Cleopatra
  • Siren in German legend said to lure boatmen to destruction from her rock at the edge of the Rhine
  • Venerable —, English monk and saint who died in 735 AD
  • Tree with winged seeds whose wood is used for tool handles
  • Desert in North Africa
  • Any of the first four books of the New Testament
  • Taro —, prime minister of Japan from 2008-09
  • Dark long-necked bird similar to the cormorant
  • Anthony —, actor who played DAC Robert Strickland in BBC TV series New Tricks
  • City in Tamil Nadu, India on the bank of the River Cauvery
  • Low-altitude communications satellite launched by the US in 1962
  • The —, 2011 novel by Ian Rankin
  • Johnny —, jockey who rode Sinndar to victory in the 2000 Derby
  • Longest river in Africa
  • Long-bladed hand tool used to cut or shape wood, stone or metal
  • 2008 novel by Reginald Hill
  • Genus of shrubs that includes the heaths and some heathers
  • 1996 novel by Peter Straub
  • Father of Miranda in William Shakespeare play The Tempest
  • Currency of French Indochina between 1885 and 1952
  • Richard —, comedy actor who played Charles Brown in BBC TV sitcom Sykes
  • Melvin —, comedian and television presenter; 2016 Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special winner with Janette Manrara
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword January 4 2018 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword January 4 2018 Answers

  • Mediterranean island; capital Valletta
  • State capital of Hawaii, US
  • The —, 1997 horror film starring Penelope Ann Miller and Tom Sizemore
  • BBC Radio soap opera set in Ambridge that began in 1950
  • Dave —, 1970 and 1976 PGA Championship winner
  • Front part of the lower leg
  • Island in the English Channel whose two main parts are linked by the isthmus La Coupee
  • Gordon —, British flat racing Champion Jockey a record 26 times
  • The —, 1960 film drama starring Deborah Kerr and Robert Mitchum
  • Fine net fabric of silk or rayon used as a trimming for hats
  • Character played by Jacques Tati in films Playtime, Mon Oncle and Trafic
  • A R —, Australia Test cricketer who hit 182 against England at Headingley in 1948
  • Blyth —, 1996 Olympic Individual Eventing gold medallist
  • Ninth letter of the Greek alphabet
  • Martin —, 2011 Turner Prize-winning artist
  • 2008 action-comedy film starring Drake Bell and Sara Paxton
  • Jennifer —, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar winner for Dreamgirls
  • 2001 novel by Chuck Palahniuk
  • Term for a musical instrument such as a recorder or saxophone with the highest pitch of all those in its family
  • Chris —, Wasps rugby union wing who scored a hat-trick for England against Ireland in the 1988 Five Nations Championship
  • Nigel —, English chess grandmaster born in 1965
  • US children’s television show whose characters include Big Bird and Cookie Monster
  • Naming word such as a common — or proper —
  • Member of a West African people living chiefly in Guinea and Sierra Leone
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword January 3 2018 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword January 3 2018 Answers

  • 1904 stage play by Anton Chekhov
  • City in Nevada, US, noted as a gambling and divorce centre
  • 2008 novel by Peter James
  • Susan —, London-born actress whose films include Straw Dogs and Mandingo
  • French city; capital of the former duchy of Burgundy
  • Type of mechanical musical instrument also called a player piano
  • Sound made by a pigeon
  • 2013 and 2014 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe winner ridden by Thierry Jarnet
  • — acid, colourless substance found in sour milk used in preservative E270
  • Ancient city of Sumer whose rulers included the legendary Gilgamesh
  • 1947 Broadway musical by Lerner and Loewe named after a mysterious Scottish village
  • 1993 novel by Val McDermid
  • Andy —, rugby union lock; 1977 New Zealand Test debutant against British & Irish Lions
  • Brother of Isabella in William Shakespeare play Measure for Measure
  • Author of novels Frog Music, Room and Hood
  • Mary —, 1966 Commonwealth long jump gold medallist
  • 1970 novel by Erich Segal
  • 2004 crime drama film starring Daniel Craig and Colm Meaney
  • Collective noun for a small group of seals or whales
  • Piece of needlework made by looping and intertwining thread with a hooked needle
  • Wayne —, Plymouth-born dancer who joined the Royal Ballet Company in 1966
  • 2013 novel by William Boyd
  • Michael —, leader of the Labour Party from 1980-83
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword January 2 2018 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword January 2 2018 Answers

  • BBC TV political discussion show chaired by David Dimbleby, first broadcast in 1979
  • Word formed by rearranging the letters of another
  • Rene —, actress who played Frigga in 2011 action film Thor
  • City in Luzon known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines
  • 2017-18 EFL League One club whose home is Stadium MK
  • Dannie —, author of poetry volumes Running Late and Ask the Bloody Horse
  • Lemuroid primate of Madagascar also called a babakoto
  • 1990 comedy-horror film starring Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward
  • 1911 novel by Joseph Conrad
  • 1997 novel by Kathy Reichs
  • Large wading bird typically with a black and white plumage
  • City in Germany on the Rhine noted as the seat of imperial diets
  • 1984 sci-fi film starring Jeff Bridges in the title role
  • Martin —, author of novels Yellow Dog and Other People
  • 1968 novel written by Kingsley Amis under the name Robert Markham
  • Ernie —, South African golfer; 2002 and 2012 winner of The Open Championship
  • Arnold —, English composer of symphonic poem Tintagel which premiered in 1921
  • Mediterranean seaport and resort in Alpes-Maritimes department, SE France
  • Madeleine —, actress who played Julie Moore in 2002 film drama We Were Soldiers
  • Market town in the Scottish Borders at the confluence of the Rivers Teviot and Tweed
  • 1965 science fiction novel by Frank Herbert
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword January 1 2018 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword January 1 2018 Answers

  • Ridley —, Best Director Oscar nominee for Thelma & Louise, Gladiator and Black Hawk Down
  • 1983 comedy-drama film starring Rob Lowe and Jacqueline Bisset
  • Derbyshire village; southern starting point of the Pennine Way
  • 1968 fantasy novel by Peter S Beagle
  • 1980 comedy crime film starring Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor
  • Jack —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Save the Tiger
  • 1979 action film starring Sean Connery and Natalie Wood
  • John —, British mathematician who conceived a diagram using circles to represent sets and their relationships
  • 2009 film drama starring Katie Jarvis and Michael Fassbender
  • City in Delta State, S Nigeria south-west of Osubi Airstrip
  • Town in NE Surrey near Sandown Park horse racecourse
  • Richard —, co-creator and co-presenter of BBC TV quiz show Pointless
  • 1868 novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky
  • Plant related to the onion; a national emblem of Wales
  • NFL team, Super Bowl XLVIII winners, whose home stadium is CenturyLink Field
  • Artificially produced chemical element; symbol Md
  • European republic; capital Rome
  • 1987 no 1 single by The Firm
  • Gael —, French tennis player; 2016 Citi Open singles tournament winner
  • 1950 novel by Edna Ferber
  • Main vessel in the arterial network
  • Capital of Togo
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword December 31 2017 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword December 31 2017 Answers

  • 1893 comic opera by Isaac Albeniz
  • European republic; capital Tallinn
  • David —, Spain and Manchester United goalkeeper
  • 1986 stage play by Jim Cartwright
  • Russell —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Gladiator
  • 1985-87 Champion Hurdle winner ridden by Steve Smith Eccles
  • Kate —, journalist whose autobiography The Kindness Of Strangers was published in 2002
  • Mark —, Liberal Democrat MP for Winchester from 1997-2010
  • Iris —, author of novels The Bell and A Word Child
  • Haile —, 1996 and 2000 Olympic 10,000m gold medallist
  • 2008 film comedy starring Eddie Murphy and Elizabeth Banks
  • Thomas —, political pamphleteer who authored 1791’s Rights of Man
  • Gore —, US author of novels Julian and Creation
  • 1985 novel by Barbara Taylor Bradford
  • 1971 crime drama film starring Kim Darby based on James Hadley Chase novel No Orchids for Miss Blandish
  • 1977 comedy-drama film starring David Niven, Helen Hayes and Jodie Foster
  • Joanne —, actress whose film roles included Olivia Dandridge in She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
  • Number opposite 12 on a standard dartboard
  • North Germanic language of medieval Scandinavia
  • New town in Drenthe, NE Netherlands developed since World War II
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword December 30 2017 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword December 30 2017 Answers

  • David —, sports commentator who chaired BBC TV quiz show A Question of Sport from 1979-97
  • 1980 film drama starring John Travolta and Debra Winger
  • Jack —, actor who played the title role in US television drama series Quincy
  • Geet —, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1998 and 2006 WPBSA World Billiards Championship winner
  • September 1854 battle in the Crimean War
  • The —, 1934 Dashiell Hammett novel whose central characters are Nick and Nora Charles
  • English painter born in 1926 whose works include Bowling Ladies
  • Lee —, Best Actress Oscar nominee for Days of Wine and Roses
  • Area in North Yorkshire; scene of a 1644 Civil War battle
  • Chemical element used in hardening steel and glassmaking; symbol B
  • B F —, US behavioural psychologist who devised a box for studying the learning capacity of animals
  • The —, 1967 novel by Alan Garner
  • Common name for that part of an egg known as albumen
  • — Islands, group of three isles in the Atlantic off Galway Bay, Republic of Ireland
  • Piece of music composed for three people
  • Swedish aircraft and defence company founded in 1937
  • Orange and brown European butterfly with a white mark on the underside of each hind wing
  • David —, British Ambassador to the US from 1961-65
  • City in Belarus at the confluence of the Pina and Pripyat Rivers
  • 1939 semi-autobiographical work by Flora Thompson
  • Mirror Quiz Crossword December 29 2017 Answers

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    Mirror Quiz Crossword December 29 2017 Answers

  • Channel 4 game show hosted by Richard Ayoade from 2017
  • Common bird of ponds and lakes with a black plumage and red bill
  • Hardwood of tropical Africa used as a substitute for teak
  • That part of the lower back also called the lumbus
  • 2012 film comedy starring Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis
  • 2001 film drama starring Sean Penn and Michelle Pfeiffer
  • Male fertilizing organ of a flower
  • Stephen —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for The Crying Game
  • Unit of speed; one nautical mile per hour
  • Art —, US jazz pianist born in 1909 known for his improvisation
  • Henry David —, US author of 1849 essay Civil Disobedience
  • Abnormal fear of heights
  • Soft silvery-white element; symbol Th
  • Word representing the letter E in the NATO phonetic alphabet
  • Boat rowed by three people in which the person in the middle uses two oars and the others one oar each
  • Small dagger with a slender tapered blade
  • 1998 Nick Hornby novel whose central character is Will Lightman
  • Yellow fragrant liquid used as an inhalant to dilate the blood vessels
  • Co-educational school established in 1934 near Elgin, Moray
  • 1862 historical novel by Gustave Flaubert set in ancient Carthage
  • Nelson —, president of South Africa from 1994-99
  • John —, WBC Light Heavyweight boxing champion from 1974-77
  • Member of a Mexican Indian people whose great empire was overthrown by Hernan Cortes in the 16th-century
  • Ty —, Detroit Tigers baseball player and manager known as The Georgia Peach