Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 26th 2017

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1970 film drama starring Gregory Peck and Tuesday Weld IWALKTHELINE
Egon —, Austrian painter whose works include Girl with Black Hair and Girl with Yellow Scarf SCHIELE
Wat —, leader of the English Peasants’ Revolt in 1381 TYLER
US composer-lyricist whose musicals include Du Barry Was a Lady and Panama Hattie COLE
Marat —, 2000 US Open men’s singles tennis championship winner SAFIN
River that flows to the North Sea at Sunderland WEAR
Edward —, author of 1962 stage play Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? ALBEE
Comic strip created by Chic Young in 1930 featuring the character Dagwood Bumstead BLONDIE
BBC TV sitcom that starred David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst ONLYFOOLSAND
The —, 1999 romcom starring Chris O’Donnell and Renee Zellweger BACHELOR
Tom —, 1973 French Open men’s doubles tennis championship winner with John Newcombe OKKER
1986 action film starring Tom Berenger, Willem Dafoe and Charlie Sheen PLATOON
Leguminous West Indian shrub; a source of indigo ANIL
The —, 1922 Karel and Josef Capek stage work produced in the US as The World We Live In INSECTPLAY
1977 David Lynch film drama featuring Laurel Near as Lady in the Radiator ERASERHEAD
In golf, an estimated standard score for a hole that a good player should make PAR
Berry-like fruit of a rose plant HIP
Ralph —, British cartoonist born in 1936 associated with journalist Hunter S Thompson STEADMAN
Caster —, 2016 Olympic women’s 800m gold medallist SEMENYA
Peter —, winner of the 2002 World Snooker Championship EBDON
Marion —, winner of the 1971 Queen Elizabeth II Cup at the Royal International Horse Show MOULD
Lead singer of Irish group U2; recipient of an honorary knighthood in 2007 BONO

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 25th 2017

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1937 novel by Agatha Christie DEATH
Mediterranean plant with liquorice-flavoured aromatic seeds ANISE
1970s BBC TV drama series starring Robin Ellis in the title role POLDARK
John —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Pulp Fiction TRAVOLTA
Species of long, slender marine fish with large eyes BLUE
Gustave —, French civil engineer after whom a tower in Paris is named EIFFEL
Jennifer —, actress who portrayed Myrtle Logue in 2010 biopic The King’s Speech EHLE
1982 novel by Alice Walker; 1983 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction winner THECOLOR
Rugby union prop; 1976 Ireland Test debutant against France PHILORR
1993 film drama starring Ethan Hawke and Vincent Spano based on a true story ALIVE
Noah —, 2000 Olympic 1,500m gold medallist NGENY
Lake —, body of water in central Africa at the southern end of the Great Rift Valley NYASA
In cricket, a run not scored from the bat EXTRA
1939 comedy-drama film starring Norma Shearer and Joan Crawford THEWOMEN
Marine bivalve with a fluted fan-shaped tail SCALLOP
Compound step in ballet to quickly change the direction a dancer is travelling CONTRETEMPS
Pair of short cloth gaiters covering the instep and ankle SPATS
Breed of dog whose numbers have included Greyfriars Bobby in 19th-century Edinburgh SKYETERRIER
1992 crime drama film starring Drew Barrymore and James LeGros GUNCRAZY
1993 film drama starring Michael Douglas and Robert Duvall FALLING
King of Thebes and father of Oedipus in Greek mythology LAIUS

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 24th 2017

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Alaska-set 1945 film comedy in a series starring Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour ROADTOUTOPIA
US state; capital Indianapolis INDIANA
Tourist island of the Balearics in the Mediterranean IBIZA
Rod —, entertainer associated with puppet Emu who died in 1999 HULL
Richard —, hero of John Buchan novels The Thirty-Nine Steps and Greenmantle HANNAY
Tom —, actor who succeeded Jon Pertwee as the Doctor in BBC series Doctor Who BAKER
1979 novel by Nelson DeMille and Thomas Block MAYDAY
One of the basic patterns of the human fingerprint ARCH
Medieval stringed instrument resembling the violin REBEC
Maurice —, 19th-century French physician after whom a condition affecting blood supply is named RAYNAUD
City in central Myanmar on the Irrawaddy River MANDALAY
Small Eurasian mammal closely related to the weasel STOAT
Xavier —, Girona, Spain-born bandleader who appeared in films Bathing Beauty and You Were Never Lovelier CUGAT
Standard monetary unit of Venezuela BOLIVAR
Nocturnal flightless bird of New Zealand KIWI
Standard monetary unit of Germany from 1924-48 REICHSMARK
London-born celebrity chef who appeared on 2008 BBC TV series Strictly Come Dancing GARYRHODES
Longest river in Scotland TAY
Adult female of the domestic fowl HEN
1979 film drama starring Sally Field in the Oscar-winning title role NORMARAE
God of wine in Roman mythology BACCHUS
Dora —, actress who played Amber Spottiswood in 1966 film comedy The Great St Trinian’s Train Robbery BRYAN
Andrea —, 1975 European Indoor Championships 60m gold medallist LYNCH
Max —, World Heavyweight boxing champion from 1934-35 BAER

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 23rd 2017

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Danny —, comedy entertainer who played the title role in 1972 film comedy Our Miss Fred LARUE
1989, 1990 and 2004 NBA Finals championship winners DETROIT
2004 2,000 Guineas winner ridden by Richard Hills HAAFHD
Hermann —, author of The Glass Bead Game and Knulp HESSE
Metric unit of mass equal to one thousandth of a kilogram GRAM
Member of a Native American people of the Plains now living chiefly in Oklahoma and Wyoming ARAPAHO
Children’s card game SNAP
Sun-dried building brick used in hot dry climates ADOBE
Any of a series of US space probes launched between 1962 and 1971 that took photographs of Mars and Venus MARINER
Jan Dismas —, Bohemian Baroque composer whose works include 1730 cantata Il Serpente di Bronzo ZELENKA
Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for I Remember Mama IRENEDUNNE
— lily, plant of North America whose name is derived from the shape of the flower petals TURKSCAP
Andrew —, journalist and broadcaster known for BBC shows This Week and Sunday Politics NEIL
Town in Galilee where Jesus is said to have performed his first miracle CANA
Medium-sized wading bird with a small head whose female is called a reeve RUFF
Russell —, author of Riddley Walker and Kleinzeit HOBAN
G B Shaw stage play first shown in 1920 featuring the character Ellie Dunn HEARTBREAK
Jean-Paul —, journalist and politician assassinated by Charlotte Corday in 1793 MARAT
Commonest basic pattern of the human fingerprint LOOP
Another name for Irish Gaelic ERSE
Nicolas —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Leaving Las Vegas CAGE

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 22nd 2017

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Union territory of India formerly named Pondicherry PUDUCHERRY
The —, 1999 film drama starring Al Pacino and Russell Crowe INSIDER
Goddess of peace in Greek mythology IRENE
Otto —, 1944 winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry HAHN
2001 novel by Brian Gallagher JUNK
Brian —, English composer and record producer associated with ambient music ENO
Greyish-white metallic element; symbol Ag SILVER
One of the fairies in William Shakespeare play A Midsummer Night’s Dream COBWEB
Platform enclosing the head of each mast of a sailing ship TOP
Flesh of a calf used as food VEAL
Ransom Eli —, US car manufacturer who died in 1950 OLDS
1956 film drama starring Burt Lancaster and Tony Curtis TRAPEZE
— I, Pope from 817-824 PASCHAL
Ken —, Liverpudlian comedian who played Yorick in 1996 film drama Hamlet DODD
Leif —, US actor who starred as Big John Cannon in television Western series The High Chaparral from 1967-71 ERICKSON
Christopher —, actor who played the title role in 1978 action film Superman REEVE
1984 novel by Angela Carter NIGHTSATTHE
Name by which Switzerland-born architect Charles Edouard Jeanneret was known LECORBUSIER
Latin name for Switzerland HELVETIA
Julie —, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Educating Rita WALTERS
Bela —, Hungarian composer of opera Duke Bluebeard’s Castle and ballet The Wooden Prince BARTOK
Eva —, 1982 Australian Open women’s doubles tennis championship runner-up PFAFF

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 21st 2017

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

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 20th 2017

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

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 19th 2017

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

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 18th 2017

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

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 17th 2017

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