Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers May 29th 2017

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Mark —, US author of 1881 novel The Prince and the Pauper TWAIN
Town in Xinjiang, China, north of the Kunlun Mountains; an early centre of Buddhism HOTAN
Capital of Uri, Switzerland, housing a statue of William Tell ALTDORF
Region of E France famous for its wines BURGUNDY
A —, Yorkshire cricketer; 2014 PCA Player of the Year LYTH
Act of knocking down all the pins with the first ball of a frame in ten-pin bowling STRIKE
Georges —, French statesman and revolutionary guillotined in 1794 DANTON
The —, 2008 novel by Will Self BUTT
Greek philosopher who died in 399 BC SOCRATES
Machine-readable data storage system co-developed by Bernard Silver and N J Woodland BARCODE
— Spruce, evergreen tree named after a former capital of the Department of Alaska and District of Alaska SITKA
Howard —, Best Director Oscar nominee for Sergeant York HAWKS
US state; capital Frankfort KENTUCKY
SI unit of power WATT
Line on a map connecting places having equal rainfall ISOHYET
2017 animated film comedy starring the voice talent of Alec Baldwin in the title role THEBOSSBABY
John —, Governor of Victoria, Australia, from 2001-06; second man to run a sub-four minute mile LANDY
Central Asian republic; capital Kabul AFGHANISTAN
Amelie —, winner of the 2006 Australian Open and Wimbledon singles tennis championships MAURESMO
City and spa resort on North Island, New Zealand, noted for its geothermal activity ROTORUA
Billy —, retired seaman who dies of a heart attack in 1883 Robert Louis Stevenson novel Treasure Island BONES
Tax of one tenth of annual produce or earnings formerly taken in support of the Church TITHE

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers May 28th 2017

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Villain played by Vincent Price in 1960s US television series Batman EGGHEAD
24th letter in the Greek alphabet OMEGA
David —, 2013 French Open singles tennis championship runner-up FERRER
Liam —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Schindler’s List NEESON
1996 novel by Frederick Forsyth ICON
18th-century card game whose name derives from the Spanish word for man OMBRE
Berthe —, French impressionist painter whose works include 1888’s La Lecture MORISOT
1953 film musical starring Doris Day in the title role CALAMITYJANE
Dish consisting of rice, cooked flaked fish and hard-boiled eggs KEDGEREE
Isaac —, Russian author of story collection Red Cavalry executed in 1940 BABEL
University city in West Yorkshire that hosts an international piano competition LEEDS
Cathedral city in Haute-Vienne, central France, famous for its ceramics industry LIMOGES
David —, former footballer and television presenter whose books include Children of the Matrix ICKE
Anais —, author of 1954 short novel A Spy in the House of Love NIN
Felt or wool brimless hat shaped like a truncated cone FEZ
Dependent territory of New Zealand consisting of the atolls Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo TOKELAU
Celia —, actress who portrayed Doris Speed in 2010 BBC TV drama The Road to Coronation Street IMRIE
Michael —, author of stage plays Alphabetical Order and Noises Off FRAYN
Resort town in Wicklow, Republic of Ireland BRAY

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers May 27th 2017

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Industrial town in the West Midlands east of Wolverhampton WALSALL
Samantha —, singer-actress who played Mara in 2002 adventure film The Time Machine MUMBA
Denholm —, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for A Room with a View ELLIOTT
Largest tributary of the Hudson River in the state of New York, US MOHAWK
Genus of small terrestrial lizards that inhabit warm regions of the Old World AGAMA
Ninth letter of the Greek alphabet IOTA
Designated new town in Powys, Wales, on the River Severn NEWTOWN
Male of a red deer STAG
Traditional name of the star in constellation Ursa Major also called Alpha Ursae Majoris DUBHE
2003 novel by Garrison Keillor LOVEME
1979 comedy film starring Steve Martin and Bernadette Peters THEJERK
Bob —, Best Director Oscar winner for Cabaret FOSSE
Side of a coin that bears the main design OBVERSE
Musical direction indicating that a piece be played fairly quickly or briskly ALLEGRETTO
Ancient plucked stringed instrument whose body is shaped like a sliced pear LUTE
Goddess of womanhood and childbirth associated with the Greek Hera by the Romans JUNO
1974 Eurovision Song Contest winners with Waterloo ABBA
Roy —, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland from 1976-79 MASON
2007 film thriller starring Hayden Christensen and Jessica Alba AWAKE
Villain in 1876 novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain INJUNJOE
Any of a family of stringed instruments that preceded the violin family VIOL
1985 film drama starring Cher and Sam Elliott MASK
European game fish with a cylindrical dark-greenish body CHUB

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers May 26th 2017

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1968 adventure film starring Jane Fonda in the title role BARBARELLA
Leader of the rebellion of the angels usually identified with Satan LUCIFER
Fred —, 1934-36 Wimbledon singles tennis champion PERRY
Stewart —, US golfer; winner of The Open Championship in 2009 CINK
Capital of Norway OSLO
Port in central Vietnam; former capital of the kingdom of Annam HUE
The —, BBC TV drama series created by Jimmy McGovern that ran from 2006-09 STREET
Ashley —, actress who played Maggie Jacobs in BBC TV comedy series Extras JENSEN
In cribbage, the jack of a suit turned up NOB
Imperial dynasty of China from 1271-1368 YUAN
The —, 2004 film drama starring Dennis Quaid and Billy Bob Thornton ALAMO
Georg —, author of plays Danton’s Death and Woyzeck BUCHNER
Wading bird with a small head whose female is called a reeve RUFF
— 1, US satellite launched in 1958 EXPLORER
Coniferous tree with egg-shaped cones and needle-like leaves LARCH
1975 novel by Thomas Harris BLACKSUNDAY
Science of communications and automatic control systems CYBERNETICS
Second largest city in Suriname LELYDORP
1995 sci-fi film featuring Natasha Henstridge as Sil SPECIES
Sign of the zodiac represented by a crab CANCER
The —, 1996 debut novel by Alex Garland BEACH
Chemical element with the symbol Fe IRON

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers May 25th 2017

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Tropical American evergreen tree whose gourds are used in the manufacture of tobacco pipe bowls CALABASH
Mythical king of Crete; son of Zeus and Europa MINOS
1987 book by Peter Wright subtitled The Candid Autobiography of a Senior Intelligence Officer SPYCATCHER
Clint —, Best Director Oscar winner for Unforgiven and Million Dollar Baby EASTWOOD
1965 science fiction novel by Frank Herbert DUNE
Jake —, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Brokeback Mountain GYLLENHAAL
Nelly —, poet and dramatist who shared the 1966 Nobel Prize in Literature SACHS
Ahmed —, first president of Algeria BENBELLA
Port in Para, Brazil, on the Para River BELEM
Heavy fabric of silk used in the Middle Ages for clothing SAMITE
God of love in Greek mythology EROS
Franz —, German expressionist painter whose works include 1912 oil The Shepherds MARC
John —, author of novels The Sot-Weed Factor and Giles Goat-Boy BARTH
Old Testament wife of Uriah and mother of Solomon by David BATHSHEBA
2009 family film starring Jimmy Bennett subtitled The Adventures of the Wishing Rock SHORTS
1997 action film starring Michael Jai White in the title role SPAWN
River in Ethiopia that flows south into Lake Turkana, Kenya OMO
US state; capital Austin TEXAS
Dome-shaped shrine containing relics of the Buddha DAGOBA
Emmy —, US actress who played Ridley Duchannes in 2013 film drama Beautiful Creatures ROSSUM
Veronica —, actress who played Joyce Harwood in 1946 film drama The Blue Dahlia LAKE

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers May 24th 2017

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Angela —, author of novels Land Girls and Of Love and Slaughter HUTH
1984 volume of short stories by Edna O’Brien AFANATIC
M C —, Dutch graphic artist whose works include 1928 woodcut Tower of Babel ESCHER
Yukio —, author of 1963 novel The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea MISHIMA
In golf, an estimated standard score for a hole that a good player should make PAR
Number represented as one followed by six zeros MILLION
Japanese system of self-defence similar to judo AIKIDO
Elisabeth —, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Leaving Las Vegas SHUE
Capital of Cantabria, Spain SANTANDER
Golf match between a single player and two others, who play alternate strokes on the same ball THREESOME
Henry De Vere —, author of 1908 novel The Blue Lagoon STACPOOLE
See 9 Across HEART
Winning rider of the opening race of the 2017 Moto3 season, the Qatar GP JOANMIR
Edward —, 19th-century English humorist noted for nonsense poems such as The Jumblies LEAR
Roman poet whose works include Ars Amatoria OVID
1952 film drama starring, directed and written by Charles Chaplin LIMELIGHT
1998 novel by Jenny Siler EASYMONEY
Isle of —, island in the Irish Sea between Cumbria and Northern Ireland MAN
The —, 1997 action film directed by and starring Kevin Costner POSTMAN
Billiards stroke in which the cue ball swerves around a ball to obstruct a clear shot on the object ball MASSE
Mountainous region in Greek mythology where Dionysus was raised NYSA
Unit of speed; one nautical mile per hour KNOT

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers May 23rd 2017

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1961 comedy-musical film starring Cliff Richard and Robert Morley THEYOUNGONES
1988 children’s novel by Roald Dahl MATILDA
Nina —, actress who played Zainab Masood in BBC TV soap EastEnders WADIA
Ship in which Jason went in search of the Golden Fleece ARGO
European shrub with pink or white flowers and aromatic blue-black berries MYRTLE
Charles —, furniture designer best known for his 1956 Lounge Chair EAMES
Sarah —, author of novels Mapping the Edge and The Birth of Venus DUNANT
Another name for large marine fish the tunny TUNA
Vaclav —, president of the Czech Republic from 1993-2003 HAVEL
See 18 Down EVERETT
Five-sided building housing the headquarters of the US Department of Defense PENTAGON
John —, actor who played Mr Humphries in 1977 film comedy Are You Being Served? INMAN
Chemical element; symbol Pb LEAD
Arthur —, journalist born in 1875 best known for The Children’s Encyclopaedia MEE
Georges Gilles de la —, French physician after whom a neurological condition characterized by physical and verbal tics is named TOURETTE
Arthur —, comedian who played Mr Harman in BBC TV sitcom Are You Being Served? ENGLISH
Underground railway system, such as that in Paris METRO
Radio and television entertainer born Maurice Cole who died in 1995 KENNY
US television comedy series starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Selina Meyer VEEP

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers May 22nd 2017

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1983 fantasy film starring Ken Marshall and Lysette Anthony KRULL
Dora —, actress who played Amber Spottiswood in 1966 film comedy The Great St Trinian’s Train Robbery BRYAN
Johnny —, comedian born Michael Pennington whose credits include television sitcoms Dead Man Weds and Ideal VEGAS
King of Scotland from 1040-57 MACBETH
City in Leinster, Republic of Ireland, on the River Nore KILKENNY
Heinrich —, winner of the 1972 Nobel Prize in Literature BOLL
Robert —, US poet whose volumes include For the Union Dead and Lord Weary’s Castle LOWELL
Suburb of Paris housing an international airport ORLY
Greg —, 1997 US Open singles tennis championship runner-up RUSEDSKI
1820 novel by Walter Scott IVANHOE
Joe —, General Secretary of the South African Communist Party from 1984-91 SLOVO
Emmanuelle —, French actress who played Claire Phelps in 1996 action film Mission: Impossible BEART
Former secret police in East Germany STASI
Brightest star in the constellation Orion RIGEL
Port and naval base in Liguria, Italy, on the Ligurian Sea LASPEZIA
Genus of plants of the buttercup family such as the Wood — ANEMONE
Croatian men’s tennis player; inaugural Los Cabos Open tournament winner in 2016 IVOKARLOVIC
Linda —, actress who played Simone Beck in 2009 film drama Julie & Julia EMOND
County in SW England whose county town is Taunton SOMERSET
Art technique consisting of cutting and pasting materials to a painted or unpainted surface COLLAGE
W H —, author of poetry collections Homage to Clio and The Shield of Achilles AUDEN
God of thunder in Norse mythology THOR

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers May 21st 2017

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Jacob —, New York-born sculptor whose works include a 1911 Oscar Wilde Memorial EPSTEIN
2012 film drama starring Charlotte Rampling in the title role IANNA
Republic on the Persian Gulf whose capital is Baghdad IRAQ
Gold coin formerly used throughout Europe DUCAT
Elize —, actress wife of actor Rafe Spall DUTOIT
Tony —, World Middleweight boxing champion from June-September 1948 ZALE
Al —, US motor racing driver; 1987 Indianapolis 500 winner UNSER
1979 stage play by Peter Shaffer AMADEUS
European songbird, the male of which has a bright orange-red tail REDSTART
Member of an ancient Indian people that inhabited the Southern Gulf Coast of Mexico OLMEC
Another name for a catkin AMENT
Anne —, author of 2007 Man Booker Prize-winning novel The Gathering ENRIGHT
1957 novel by Vladimir Nabokov PNIN
1979 film starring David Bennent based on a 1959 novel by Gunter Grass THETINDRUM
Swiss physician born Theophrastus von Hohenheim in 1493 PARACELSUS
Longest river in Scotland TAY
1996 family film co-starring Bugs Bunny and Michael Jordan SPACEJAM
Museum display such as that of an animal in its natural setting DIORAMA
Gabriel —, French composer of 1913 opera Penelope FAURE
Port in Israel on the Bay of Acre HAIFA
First king of Israel in the Old Testament SAUL

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers May 20th 2017

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City in Lombardy, Italy, west of Lake Garda BRESCIA
2006 film comedy starring Sacha Baron Cohen in the title role BORAT
Seaside resort in Dorset on the Isle of Purbeck SWANAGE
Barbara —, 1979 Australian Open singles tennis championship winner JORDAN
Hawaiian word for hello or goodbye ALOHA
Brother of Amulius and grandfather of Romulus and Remus in Roman mythology NUMITOR
Gina —, actress who played Judy Molloy in 2009 film comedy In the Loop MCKEE
David Hyde —, actor who played Dr Niles Crane in US television sitcom Frasier PIERCE
Yellowish substance extracted from wool used in some ointments LANOLIN
Substance secreted by bees to build honeycombs BEESWAX
Interim capital of Pakistan from 1959-69 RAWALPINDI
2007 science fiction film starring Cillian Murphy SUNSHINE
Villainous ensign in William Shakespeare play Othello IAGO
Room or hall used for the practice of martial arts DOJO
Benjamin —, Dorset farmer and vaccination pioneer who died in 1816 JESTY
1990 action-comedy film starring Mel Gibson and Robert Downey, Jr AIRAMERICA
Crippled character in 1839 Charles Dickens novel Nicholas Nickleby SMIKE
Twelfth month of the Jewish civil year ELUL
Member of a Native American people living in central Canada CREE