Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers February 22nd 2017

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Clue Solution
Member of a people of Rwanda and Burundi HUTU
Sue —, author of novels Queen Camilla and Number Ten TOWNSEND
Emile —, 19th-century author of Dictionnaire de la langue francaise LITTRE
2000 novel by James Delingpole FIN
Another name for the tympanic membrane EARDRUM
Cecil —, British financier; prime minister of the Cape Colony from 1890-96 RHODES
Starchy cereal used for puddings obtained from an Asian palm tree SAGO
British medical journal founded in 1823 by Thomas Wakley THELANCET
Industrial city in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, on the River Neckar STUTTGART
Largest town in Powys, Wales, on the River Severn NEWTOWN
Carrie-Anne —, actress who played Trinity in The Matrix action film series MOSS
1880 novel by Emile Zola NANA
Fielding position in baseball to the left of second base viewed from the home plate SHORTSTOP
1979 film drama starring Mel Gibson in the title role TIM
Fused clavicles of a bird also called a wishbone FURCULA
Frank —, WBC Heavyweight champion from 1995-96 BRUNO
Bird to which the adjective columbine relates DOVE
Henry —, conductor who founded the Promenade Concerts in London WOOD

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers February 21st 2017

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar winner for Topkapi PETERUSTINOV
Arthur —, author of 1930 adventure novel Swallows and Amazons RANSOME
Caribbean dance in which participants pass under a bar while leaning backwards LIMBO
Tributary of the Volga River upon which Perm and Solikamsk stand KAMA
Artificially created human being in Jewish legend brought to life by supernatural means GOLEM
Adolphe —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for The Front Page MENJOU
Maori war chant HAKA
Christopher —, actor who played Dr Emmett L Brown in the Back to the Future film series LLOYD
In law, death due to accident without intent to harm or criminal negligence MISADVENTURE
The —, 1980 action-comedy film starring Peter O’Toole and Steve Railsback STUNTMAN
Richard —, comedian-actor who played the title role in 1985 film Brewster’s Millions PRYOR
Town in NE Surrey near Sandown Park horse racecourse ESHER
Nest in which a hare lives FORM
Suburb of Wollongong, Australia, housing an artificial port and industrial complex PORTKEMBLA
Scottish actor who played Private Frazer in BBC TV sitcom Dad’s Army JOHNLAURIE
Former French coin of low denomination SOU
Tony —, 1989 British Open snooker tournament winner MEO
Soft silvery-white metallic element; symbol Tl THALLIUM
Musical note also known as a double whole note BREVE
Singer-actor who played Baron Frankenstein in 1985 film fantasy The Bride STING
John —, painter launched in London in 1781 as the Cornish Wonder OPIE

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers February 20th 2017

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Dougray —, actor who played Thomas Jericho in 2001 film drama Enigma SCOTT
Sergio —, director of 1984 film drama Once Upon a Time in America LEONE
African republic; capital Bujumbura BURUNDI
Nigel —, 1992-96 WBC Super Middleweight champion BENN
John —, director of films Saturday Night Fever, WarGames and Short Circuit BADHAM
Setting of seven fantasy novels by C S Lewis published in the 1950s NARNIA
Nicolas —, director of films Two Deaths, Bad Timing and Track 29 ROEG
In Ancient Greece, a sacrifice to the gods of 100 oxen HECATOMB
Anatomical term for the back of the head OCCIPUT
The —, 1996 film drama starring Robin Tunney and Fairuza Balk CRAFT
D W —, South Africa Test cricketer who took 7-51 against India at Nagpur in 2010 STEYN
Classical order of architecture characterised by a column with a fluted shaft DORIC
The —, 1979 horror film starring Oliver Reed and Samantha Eggar BROOD
2006 novel by Philip Roth EVERYMAN
Bank-robber partner of Bonnie Parker shot and killed in 1934 CLYDEBARROW
German submarine in World Wars I and II UBOAT
Labour MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington re-elected in 2015 DIANEABBOTT
15th-century Italian painter whose works include saints Jerome and John the Baptist MASACCIO
Military village in Surrey Heath, Surrey; home of the Princess Royal Barracks DEEPCUT
Fourth letter in the Greek alphabet DELTA
Mammal of forests of central Africa with a reddish-brown coat OKAPI
River in Scotland that flows through the Grampian Mountains to the Moray Firth SPEY

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers February 19th 2017

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1951 film drama starring Kirk Douglas and Jan Sterling ACEINTHEHOLE
One of the two immortal gorgons in Greek mythology EURYALE
Johanna —, Swiss author of 1881 children’s book Heidi SPYRI
Abba —, Israeli Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1966-74 EBAN
1953 Broadway musical featuring the music of Alexander Borodin KISMET
Olivier —, F1 motor racing driver; 1996 Monaco GP winner PANIS
Boy reporter and adventurer in comic strips by Herge from 1929 TINTIN
Steffi —, winner of the Australian Open singles tennis championship from 1988-90 and 1994 GRAF
Jochen —, posthumous winner of the 1970 F1 World Drivers’ Championship RINDT
2000 biopic starring Eric Bana in the title role CHOPPER
Any of several varieties of apple with a red skin PEARMAIN
Title character in 1826 J F Cooper novel The Last of the Mohicans UNCAS
1981 crime film, also known as Violent Streets, starring James Caan and Tuesday Weld THIEF
1871 opera by Gilbert and Sullivan THESPIS
The —, 1996 comedy-drama film starring Colm Meaney and Donal O’Kelly VAN
Rudyard Kipling novel first published in book form in 1901 KIM
Mixture of sauteed root vegetables used as a base for braising meat MIREPOIX
— Petrel, seabird also known as the Cape Petrel PINTADO
In mathematics, an angle of less than 90 degree ACUTE
Max —, comedian who recorded 1975 UK no 1 album We All Had Doctors’ Papers BOYCE
Large Old World tree of the mahogany family whose bark is used to make a tonic NEEM

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers February 18th 2017

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Robert —, leader of the 1605 Gunpowder Plot CATESBY
City in Butte County, California, US housing Bidwell Park CHICO
1987 novel by Stephen Leather PAYOFF
— The Elder, Roman politician and general, author of the first history of Rome CATO
European republic; capital Tallinn ESTONIA
The —, 1911 novel by Arnold Bennett CARD
Group or set of 20 SCORE
Soviet counter-intelligence umbrella organisation fictionalised in Ian Fleming’s James Bond novels SMERSH
Max —, 1920 Olympic men’s doubles tennis gold medallist with Oswald Turnbull WOOSNAM
Tall annual plant also called sesame BENNE
Cut of beef that comes from the rear of the cow above the leg TOPSIDE
1945 George Orwell novel subtitled A Fairy Story ANIMALFARM
— II, King of England from 978-1013 and 1014-16 ETHELRED
In computing, a group of bits processed as a single unit of data BYTE
Wife of Cronus and mother of Zeus in Greek mythology RHEA
Word representing the letter E in the NATO phonetic alphabet ECHO
Pasta in the form of short tubes PENNE
Kamil —, 2014 Olympic men’s individual normal hill and large hill ski jumping gold medallist STOCH
— Mountains, range between the Black and Caspian Seas CAUCASUS
River in central Germany upon which Felsberg and Fritzlar stand EDER
Hugo Rafael —, WBA Flyweight champion from 1998-99 SOTO

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers February 17th 2017

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Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Lost in Translation BILLMURRAY
Great circle of the Earth at 0 degrees latitude EQUATOR
Endangered nomadic species of Asian antelope with an elongated oversized nose SAIGA
Kevin —, prime minister of Australia from 2007-10 RUDD
Marita —, 1980 Olympic 400m gold medallist KOCH
River upon which Exeter, Devon, stands EXE
Largest of the five boroughs of New York City, US QUEENS
Flesh of a fully grown sheep, eaten as food MUTTON
Small social insect that lives in a formicary ANT
Andrew —, journalist and broadcaster whose credits include BBC TV shows This Week and Sunday Politics NEIL
Joseph —, American theatre producer-director who founded the New York Shakespeare Festival in 1954 PAPP
Ancient Moorish town in Andalucia, Spain, noted for its bullring RONDA
Low-growing evergreen Eurasian shrub with clusters of small bell-shaped pinkish-purple flowers HEATHER
2013 action film starring Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger ESCAPEPLAN
Martin —, winner, with John Nielsen and Price Cobb, of the 1990 Le Mans 24-hour race BRUNDLE
Fatty network of connective tissue that fills the cavities of bones MARROW
1998 action film starring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker RUSHHOUR
US fighter beaten by Jimmy Ellis in a 1968 vacant WBA Heavyweight title contest JERRYQUARRY
— Lake, body of water in central New York State north-west of Syracuse ONONDAGA
Dutch winners of the 1975 Eurovision Song Contest with Ding-a-dong TEACHIN
Capital of Tunisia TUNIS
First king of Israel in the Old Testament SAUL

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers February 16th 2017

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Liang —, Chinese snooker player; 2016 English Open tournament winner WENBO
South American republic whose capital is Bogota COLOMBIA
The —, 1955 war film drama starring Richard Todd and Michael Redgrave DAMBUSTERS
City in Russia on the Dnieper River; scene of severe fighting in World War II SMOLENSK
1996 novel by Frederick Forsyth ICON
Stirling —, F1 World Drivers’ Championship runner-up from 1955-57 MOSS
Wine bottle holding the equivalent of six normal bottles REHOBOAM
Republic in the Caribbean; capital Port-au-Prince HAITI
1999 film drama starring Guy Pearce and Robert Carlyle RAVENOUS
George —, Union Army Major General in the American Civil War who defeated Robert E Lee at the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863 MEADE
Darren —, comic actor who portrayed John Cleese in 2011 TV film Holy Flying Circus BOYD
2010 film drama starring Eva Green and Matt Smith also known as Clone WOMB
Bob —, Best Director Oscar winner for Cabaret FOSSE
Tom —, golfer; 1982 US Open championship winner WATSON
Claire —, actress who starred as Julie Morton in 2005 comedy-drama film The Family Stone DANES
Dance similar to the samba that originated in Brazil BOSSANOVA
Helen —, actress who plays Gail Rodwell in ITV soap Coronation Street WORTH
Maxime —, Toulouse wing/fullback; 2008 France Test debutant against Argentina MEDARD
Henry John —, US food manufacturer noted for the advertising slogan 57 Varieties HEINZ
Herman —, author of 1971 novel The Winds of War WOUK
Food fish of the northern hemisphere with an elongated body, large head and two dorsal fins HAKE

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers February 15th 2017

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Race of decadent people in 1895 H G Wells novel The Time Machine ELOI
Hardy breed of long-bodied reddish pigs originating in Staffordshire TAMWORTH
Small tree or shrub whose leaves are used to make a beverage TEA
Ralph —, author of 1952 novel Invisible Man ELLISON
Mackenzie —, actor-comedian who played Ragetti in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series CROOK
Ricky —, IBO Light Welterweight champion from 2007-09 HATTON
Peninsula comprising the Asian part of Turkey ANATOLIA
Joaquim —, 1984 Olympic 800m gold medallist CRUZ
Algernon —, English lyric poet whose works include 1882’s Tristram of Lyonesse SWINBURNE
US state whose capital is Trenton NEWJERSEY
Franklin D —, president of the US from 1933-45 ROOSEVELT
Town in Kent; one of the original Cinque Ports HYTHE
African republic; capital Mogadishu SOMALIA
1999 film comedy starring Matthew McConaughey in the title role EDTV
Former name of Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela, after which a brand of bitters is named ANGOSTURA
Vladimir —, Russia-born Music Director of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra from 1987-94 ASHKENAZY
2001 novel by Freya North FEN
Dependent territory of New Zealand consisting of the atolls Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo TOKELAU
Dick —, actor who played LSD in 1968 film comedy The Producers SHAWN
Peter —, former presenter of BBC TV series Newsnight and Tomorrow’s World SNOW

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers February 14th 2017

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Surname of Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, before her marriage to Prince Charles PARKERBOWLES
City in Northern Ireland on the River Lagan associated with the linen industry LISBURN
Walled city in Tuscany, Italy, housing a 13th-century university SIENA
Roman poet whose works include Ars Amatoria OVID
State of SW India; capital Thiruvananthapuram KERALA
Hazel —, former MP for Salford; Labour Party Chair from 2006-07 BLEARS
European freshwater fish with a slender bluish-green body DACE
Chris —, actor who played Tommy O’Dwyer in 2005 comedy-drama film Festival ODOWD
Tammy —, country music singer married to George Jones from 1969-75 WYNETTE
The —, 2006 film drama starring Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale PRESTIGE
Capital of South Korea SEOUL
1996 action film starring Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton TWISTER
The —, 1996 Peter Greenaway film drama starring Vivian Wu and Ewan McGregor PILLOWBOOK
Tetralogy of novels by Ford Madox Ford whose central character is Christopher Tietjens PARADESEND
Genus of wild and domestic cattle including the gaur, gayal and zebu BOS
R W T —, England Test cricketer who hit 221 against West Indies at Lord’s in 2004 KEY
Capital of the state of Tripura, India AGARTALA
Pierre —, prime minister of Canada from 1980-84 TRUDEAU
Cricket shot played to a low bouncing ball SWEEP
Sam —, 1942 winner of the PGA Championship SNEAD
Organisation also called the Joint State Political Directorate which formed the Soviet secret police from 1923-34 OGPU

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers February 13th 2017

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The —, 1957 film drama starring Richard Attenborough and Dorothy Alison SCAMP
Louis —, French designer of the modern two-piece swimsuit REARD
Rory —, 2012 and 2014 winner of the PGA Championship MCILROY
Capital of the autonomous community of Navarre, Spain PAMPLONA
Department of central France; capital Bourges CHER
Fortified wine originally from the Jerez region of Spain SHERRY
Keith —, 1978 and 1982 Commonwealth triple jump gold medallist CONNOR
Wall or fence set in a ditch so as not to interrupt the landscape HAHA
Resin obtained from a tree of NW Africa whose hard dark wood is used for decorative work SANDARAC
John —, Secretary of State for Wales from 1993-95 REDWOOD
Department of SE France whose capital is Grenoble ISERE
Craig —, Australian golfer; 2002 WGC-NEC Invitational tournament winner PARRY
Number represented by VII in Roman numerals SEVEN
The —, 2000 film drama starring Peter Mullan and Milla Jovovich CLAIM
The —, 1970 novel by Claire Rayner MEDDLERS
Piece of music composed for three people TRIO
Frank —, Emmy nominee for his role as The Riddler in 1960s US television series Batman GORSHIN
Lowest layer of the Earth’s atmosphere TROPOSPHERE
Linda —, actress who played Simone Beck in 2009 film drama Julie & Julia EMOND
Eurasian plant in the genus Reseda once cultivated as the source of a bright yellow dye DYERSROCKET
The —, 2003 novel by Elizabeth Buchan GOODWIFE
Mammal also called a spiny anteater ECHIDNA
W C —, US musician and songwriter whose works include St Louis Blues HANDY
Christopher —, actor who played the title role in 1978 action film Superman REEVE