Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers June 24th 2017

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Clue Solution
Former name of Uskudar, a district of Istanbul, Turkey SCUTARI
Guillermo —, 2004 French Open singles tennis championship runner-up CORIA
Flesh of a deer used as food VENISON
Edmond —, Astronomer Royal from 1720-42 HALLEY
Nellie —, Australian operatic soprano who died in 1931 MELBA
Sophia —, US actress who played Brooke Davis in television drama series One Tree Hill BUSH
City in Rajasthan, India; once the capital of the kingdom of Mewar UDAIPUR
Peter —, winner of the 2002 World Snooker Championship EBDON
City in Zimbabwe known as Umtali until 1983 MUTARE
Hugo —, German engineer and aircraft designer who died in 1935 JUNKERS
Any of several small short-bodied breeds of dog originally trained to hunt small mammals TERRIER
Georges —, prime minister of France from 1917-20 CLEMENCEAU
J E —, England Test cricketer who hit 200 not out against Sri Lanka at Lord’s in 2014 ROOT
Alberto —, 1984 Olympic 10,000m gold medallist COVA
1965 musical-comedy film starring Elvis Presley and Shelley Fabares GIRL
See 6 Down HAPPY
Town and seaside resort in East Sussex between Brighton and Hastings EASTBOURNE
1980 film drama starring Robert Redford and Yaphet Kotto BRUBAKER
Herbert Beerbohm —, English actor-manager who died in 1917 TREE
Martin —, Astronomer Royal from 1972-82 RYLE
Sterile offspring of a male donkey and a female horse MULE

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers June 23rd 2017

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Clue Solution
— penguin, tallest of the species endemic to Antarctica EMPEROR
Michael —, 1991 Wimbledon singles tennis championship winner STICH
James K —, president of the US from 1845-49 POLK
Large black, earth-boring dung beetle DOR
Nigel —, actor who played Lord Andrew Lindsay in 1981 film drama Chariots of Fire HAVERS
City in Russia; capital of the Republic of Bashkortostan UFA
In weaving, yarn woven across the width of a fabric WEFT
Rutger —, actor who played Roy Batty in 1982 sci-fi film Blade Runner HAUER
City in Washington, US, that hosted the Expo ’74 world’s fair SPOKANE
Ship originally known as The Pelican in which Sir Francis Drake circumnavigated the globe GOLDENHIND
Andrei —, Moscow-born designer of the TU-104 passenger aircraft TUPOLEV
River in Spain that flows to the Mediterranean southwest of Tarragona EBRO
Keir —, British chairman of the Labour Party from 1906-08 HARDIE
The —, weekly magazine published by the BBC from 1929-91 LISTENER
The —, Greek epic poem describing the siege of Troy ILIAD
Computer in 1979 novel The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams DEEPTHOUGHT
Gustave —, French composer of 1900 opera Louise CHARPENTIER
European republic; capital Reykjavik ICELAND
Trade union formed in 1993 by the amalgamation of COHSE, NALGO, and NUPE UNISON
Large desert in E Asia GOBI

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers June 22nd 2017

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Vivien —, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Gone with the Wind LEIGH
Cuban dance in slow duple time also called a contradanza HABANERA
Ancient region of NE Africa NUBIA
Kate —, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for The Prince of Tides NELLIGAN
Erki —, 2000 Olympic decathlon gold medallist NOOL
Standard monetary unit of Brazil REAL
Australian wind instrument DIDGERIDOO
Joseph —, French stage entertainer whose stage name was Le Petomane PUJOL
Seat of the University of Michigan, US ANNARBOR
Marian —, author of novels Angels and Sushi for Beginners KEYES
Raven in 1841 Charles Dickens novel Barnaby Rudge GRIP
Shelley —, actress who played Tiffany Welles in US television series Charlie’s Angels from 1979-80 HACK
Capital and chief port of Senegal DAKAR
1998 Australian Open men’s singles tennis championship winner PETRKORDA
Edith —, English nurse shot by a German firing squad in Belgium in 1915 CAVELL
Collectively, the chief gods of Norse mythology dwelling in Asgard AESIR
Deep violet-red garnet used as a gemstone ALMANDINE
Stored-heat cooker invented by Nobel Prize winner Gustaf Dalen AGA
Single-masted sailing vessel with fore-and-aft sails SLOOP
Don —, US jazz multi-instrumentalist, arranger and orchestra leader who died in 1964 REDMAN
Terry —, children’s author whose works include the Horrible Histories series DEARY
City and state capital of Perak, Malaysia IPOH
River in England that flows to the Wash near King’s Lynn OUSE

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers June 21st 2017

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Clue Solution
Burrowing bivalve mollusc such as the quahog CLAM
Roman poet and satirist whose works include the Ars Poetica HORACE
Christina —, actress who played the title role in 2006 film comedy Penelope RICCI
Armand —, French bicycle and motor car manufacturer who died in 1915 PEUGEOT
Edmundo —, Trinidad-born bandleader and night club owner who died in 2011 ROS
CGS unit of magnetic field strength OERSTED
1960s ATV puppet series whose central character was Mike Mercury SUPERCAR
Island of Indonesia; capital Jakarta JAVA
Conor —, author of stage plays The Weir and Port Authority MCPHERSON
District of Swansea, South Wales, housing Oystermouth Castle MUMBLES
Owl of New Zealand also called the morepork RURU
Patricia —, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Hud NEAL
Cuba-born musician married to Lucille Ball from 1940-60 DESIARNAZ
Kevin —, US golfer; 2014 Travelers Championship winner STREELMAN
Collective noun for a small group of seals or whales POD
Town in W Belgium; scene of many battles in World War One YPRES
Raymond —, Canadian actor who played Perry Mason and Robert Ironside on television BURR
Letitia —, actress who plays Sharon Mitchell in BBC TV soap EastEnders DEAN

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers June 20th 2017

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Tom —, comedian who hosted ITV game shows Cross Wits and Name That Tune OCONNOR
County town of County Tyrone, Northern Ireland OMAGH
Kate —, journalist whose autobiography The Kindness Of Strangers was published in 2002 ADIE
Cecil —, British photographer known for his society portraits who died in 1980 BEATON
1949 novel by Henry Miller SEXUS
Local name for the longer of two main tributaries of the River Cam in eastern England GRANTA
Military cap with a circular top and horizontal peak KEPI
Small insectivorous terrestrial lizard of warm regions GECKO
1778 novel by Frances Burney subtitled The History of a Young Lady’s Entrance into the World EVELINA
Lawyer in 1960 Harper Lee novel To Kill a Mockingbird ATTICUSFINCH
Large hard grains of wheat used for puddings and soups SEMOLINA
Seaside resort in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales BARRY
2000 Olympic men’s 4 x 100m swimming medley gold and 100m breaststroke silver medallist EDMOSES
Tropical African tree whose oily seeds yield a fat used in soap manufacture SHEA
British general; Governor of Montreal from 1760-63 THOMASGAGE
Union territory of N India whose places of interest include Sukhna Lake CHANDIGARH
The —, 1973 stage play by Edward Bond SEA
Tributary of the Narew River forming part of Poland’s border with both Belarus and Ukraine BUG
1993 film drama starring Holly Hunter and Harvey Keitel THEPIANO
Port on the Mississippi River; largest city in Missouri, US STLOUIS
Second nearest planet to the sun VENUS
Town in South Holland, Netherlands, associated with a type of tin-glazed earthenware DELFT
1981 Andrew Lloyd Webber stage musical based on poetry by T S Eliot CATS

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers June 19th 2017

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Eighth letter of the Greek alphabet THETA
Wading bird similar to the heron EGRET
1995 adventure film starring Robin Williams and Kirsten Dunst JUMANJI
Colourless gaseous element; symbol: N NITROGEN
Tourist town in Kent on the English Channel housing a 16th-century castle DEAL
Frozen dessert made with fruit juice, egg whites and sugar SORBET
Very small nocturnal fox inhabiting deserts of Arabia and N Africa FENNEC
Jorge —, WBO Bantamweight champion from 2011-12 ARCE
Alan —, 1974 Commonwealth long jump gold medallist LERWILL
Jessica —, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Blue Sky LANGE
Henrik —, author of stage plays Hedda Gabler and The League of Youth IBSEN
Geoff —, hat-trick scorer for England in the 1966 FIFA World Cup Final HURST
1970 stage play by David Storey HOME
Hard-wearing buff-coloured cotton fabric named after its place of origin in China NANKEEN
City in Rajasthan, India, housing Mayo College AJMER
US golfer; 1970 Masters Tournament winner BILLYCASPER
The —, 1986 film drama starring David Dukes and Richard Jordan MENSCLUB
David —, British economist born in 1772 who authored The Principles of Political Economy and Taxation RICARDO
South American republic; capital Santiago CHILE
Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin show; 1977 Tony Award winner for Best Musical and Best Original Score ANNIE

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers June 18th 2017

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Spirit flavoured with plant extract used as a flavouring in alcoholic drinks BITTERS
Jack —, English hangman whose victims included the Duke of Monmouth in 1685 KETCH
Anthony —, prime minister from 1955-57 EDEN
Gerald —, writing pseudonym of comic actor Ronnie Barker WILEY
Blaise —, 17th-century mathematician and philosopher who developed the theory of probability with Pierre de Fermat PASCAL
Period of seven days WEEK
Ryan —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Love Story ONEAL
Andrew —, president of the US from 1829-37 JACKSON
1997 family film starring John Goodman and Jim Broadbent THEBORROWERS
1988 comedy-drama film starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater HEATHERS
Georges —, French composer of operas Carmen and Djamileh BIZET
Capital of Belarus MINSK
City in Rostov Oblast, Russia, associated with a 1928 show trial SHAKHTY
Small flying insect known to bite GNAT
Measure of volume used in cooking equal to three teaspoons TABLESPOON
1999 action film starring George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg THREEKINGS
Score of nothing in certain games NIL
Monetary unit of Malaysia; one-hundredth of a ringgit SEN
Evergreen shrub also called the Russian olive OLEASTER
Marsupial similar to a kangaroo WALLABY
Singer-actress who starred as Selma Jezkova in 2000 film drama Dancer in the Dark BJORK
Harold —, Italy-born poet and art collector who died in 1994 ACTON
Word representing the letter E in the NATO phonetic alphabet ECHO

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers June 17th 2017

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Genus of plants of the saxifrage family with ornamental spikes of pink, red or white flowers ASTILBE
Fourth letter in the Greek alphabet DELTA
— fly, bloodsucking African insect that transmits sleeping sickness TSETSE
Mark placed over the letter n indicating a palatal nasal consonant TILDE
Douglas —, director of film dramas Magnificent Obsession and Imitation of Life SIRK
Cylindrical packet of coins ROULEAU
Republic in SE Asia; capital Vientiane LAOS
Mervyn —, author of the Gormenghast trilogy PEAKE
John —, field marshal who commanded the British Expeditionary Force in France and Belgium from 1914-15 FRENCH
Rapid keyboard composition dating from the baroque period TOCCATA
Wading bird such as the black-winged — or white-backed — STILT
Eli —, US inventor of a modern mechanical cotton gin WHITNEY
The —, 1960s US television sci-fi series starring Roy Thinnes as David Vincent INVADERS
Strong lager of German origin BOCK
Roger —, actor who played the Sheriff of Rottingham in 1993 film comedy Robin Hood: Men in Tights REES
Word used as an instruction to ignore a correction on a manuscript STET
1846 Herman Melville novel TYPEE
Fourth son of Jacob in the Old Testament JUDAH
William —, English painter whose works include The Golden Age and The Judgement of Paris ETTY
George —, actor who starred as Arthur Daley in long-running ITV series Minder COLE
Scott —, US golfer who won the Greater Milwaukee Open in 1995 and 1997 HOCH

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers June 16th 2017

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R J —, England Test cricketer who took 6-49 against New Zealand at Hamilton in 2008 SIDEBOTTOM
Eurasian plant with bright yellow flowers whose seeds yield a useful oil RAPE
1996 Booker Prize-winning novel by Graham Swift LAST
See 17 Down DIP
See 11 Across ORDERS
Kylian —, France and Monaco football striker MBAPPE
Ornamental sphere surmounted by a cross; part of the Crown Jewels ORB
Heavy bodied fast-swimming mackerel shark whose two species are the shortfin and longfin MAKO
Francois —, rugby union flanker; 2010 South Africa Test debutant against Wales LOUW
Thin porridge made by boiling oatmeal in water or milk GRUEL
Ball game with two seven-player teams NETBALL
Village near Wells, Somerset, noted for a nearby limestone cave WOOKEYHOLE
Comic book character whose alter ego is Bruce Wayne BATMAN
Thin item of laboratory glassware able to withstand high temperatures TESTTUBE
Chris —, actor who played Tommy O’Dwyer in 2005 comedy-drama film Festival ODOWD
Coastal town in North Yorkshire home to the Stephen Joseph Theatre SCARBOROUGH
1927 novel by Hermann Hesse STEPPENWOLF
Actor who played Kamran Shah in 1987 action film The Living Daylights ARTMALIK
Colourless flammable gaseous alkane used as a fuel PROPANE
2004 novel by Carl Hiaasen SKINNY
Frank —, WBC Heavyweight champion from 1995-96 BRUNO
Miranda —, Australian actress who played Mary Ann in 2005 action film War of the Worlds OTTO

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers June 15th 2017

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Evergreen tree of the Mediterranean with edible shiny black fruits OLIVE
2000 novel by Andy McNab FIREWALL
Republic bordering on China whose capital is Dushanbe TAJIKISTAN
Town in the Boyne Valley, County Louth, Republic of Ireland DROGHEDA
Queen of Sparta in Greek mythology; mother of Helen by Zeus LEDA
Classic ballet practice posture with back erect and knees bent PLIE
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Apollo 13 EDHARRIS
Chief port and second largest city of Egypt ALEXANDRIA
Genus of tall trees including the ipot palm ARECA
1989 film thriller starring Sam Neill and Nicole Kidman DEADCALM
Purple-flowered plant whose long slender hollow leaves are used in cooking CHIVE
Port and resort in West Flanders, Belgium, on the North Sea OSTEND
In heraldry, the colour green VERT
1943 novel by Colette GIGI
Justine —, 2007 US Open singles tennis championship winner HENIN
Another name for potassium nitrate SALTPETRE
Seasonal or second home in Russia DACHA
Lottie —, winner of the Wimbledon singles tennis championship from 1891-93 DOD
1985 stage play by Howard Brenton and David Hare PRAVDA
Constable in William Shakespeare stage play Love’s Labour’s Lost DULL
One of the basic patterns of the human fingerprint ARCH