Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 16th 2017

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1937 film comedy starring Fredric March and Carole Lombard NOTHING
Anton —, Dutch painter whose works include 1876’s Morning Ride on the Beach MAUVE
Samuel —, author of stage plays Not I and Breath BECKETT
Fabric of silk and rayon closely woven to give a smooth glossy appearance SATIN
The —, 2008 novel by Stephenie Meyer HOST
Country in NE Africa; capital Asmara ERITREA
Nigeria footballer; first man to score four goals in a Premier League game, for Norwich against Everton in 1993-94 EFAN
Mediterranean plant with white or pink flowers whose aromatic seeds are used as a condiment and a flavouring CUMIN
Disease of children caused by a deficiency of vitamin D RICKETS
BAFTA TV Award Best Actor winner for The Singing Detective, Wives and Daughters, Longitude and Perfect Strangers MICHAEL
Italian comic opera such as La serva padrona by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi OPERABUFFA
1987 film drama starring Barbra Streisand and Richard Dreyfuss NUTS
Maori war chant accompanied by gestures HAKA
Series of six or more balls bowled by a cricketer OVER
Stout single-edged cavalry sword SABRE
Noel Coward stage play that opened on Broadway, New York in 1925 EASYVIRTUE
French city; capital of the former duchy of Burgundy DIJON
Jewish holiday observed for eight nights and days also called the Festival of Lights HANUKKAH
1998 and 1999 winner of the F1 World Drivers’ Championship MIKA
The —, English horse race for fillies held at Epsom since 1779 OAKS
Independent republic whose capital, Suva, is on the island of Viti Levu FIJI

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 15th 2017

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1984 film drama starring Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell SWINGSHIFT
Malcolm —, Conservative MP for Edinburgh Pentlands from 1974-97; Foreign Secretary from 1995-97 RIFKIND
Seaport in Northern Ireland with a ferry link to Fleetwood, Lancashire LARNE
Biblical character murdered by brother Cain ABEL
Port in Russia on the Kama River known as Molotov from 1940-62 PERM
Monetary unit worth one hundredth of a Swedish krona ORE
Plant of the genus Nepeta also called catmint CATNIP
Bob —, golfer; 1968 winner of the Masters Tournament GOALBY
River in Western Australia that flows north to Cambridge Gulf and the Timor Sea ORD
Mike —, songwriter and composer of 1984 musical The Hunting of the Snark BATT
Zulu word for a group of armed warriors or soldiers IMPI
1980 stage play by Steven Berkoff GREEK
Stand with open shelves for displaying small ornaments ETAGERE
2007 film drama starring Freddie Highmore in the title role AUGUSTRUSH
Jo —, F1 motor racing driver; 1968 British GP winner SIFFERT
Long-legged wading bird such as the sacred — or straw-necked — IBIS
Patrick —, biologist and town planner credited with coining the word conurbation GEDDES
1986 film drama starring Sigourney Weaver and Michael Caine HALFMOON
Luis —, Argentine boxer defeated by Jack Dempsey in a 1923 World Heavyweight title fight FIRPO
Nottingham Forest 1979 and 1980 European Cup-winning manager BRIANCLOUGH
US actor who played the title role in ITV drama series Mr Selfridge JEREMYPIVEN
1999 novel by Paul Auster about dog Mr Bones TIMBUKTU
London Borough of —, area containing Brixton and Streatham LAMBETH
City in South Korea housing the Kyungpook National University DAEGU
River that forms a large part of the border between North Korea and China YALU

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 14th 2017

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Freshwater crustacean resembling a small lobster CRAYFISH
Optical data storage medium readable by a computer CDROM
The —, 1892 two-act ballet with music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky NUTCRACKER
London Underground line coloured black on a Tube map NORTHERN
Soft creamy white cheese similar to Camembert BRIE
Symbol on a computer keyboard also called a number sign and octothorp HASH
1956 film drama that featured Carroll Baker in the title role BABYDOLL
Town in West Bengal, India noted for its black tea DARJEELING
Endangered nomadic species of antelope of Asia with an elongated oversized nose SAIGA
Hard silver-grey metallic element; symbol Ta TANTALUM
Elia —, Best Director Oscar winner for On the Waterfront and Gentleman’s Agreement KAZAN
Chicken originally bred in China noted for the excessive plumage covering its legs COCHIN
William —, 19th-century inventor of a writing system for the blind MOON
Agile hoofed mammal of Africa and Asia such as the rock — or tree — HYRAX
John —, golfer; winner, in December 2007, of the 2008 Alfred Dunhill Championship BICKERTON
Tom —, author of novels Porterhouse Blue and The Throwback SHARPE
Alphonse —, Art Nouveau artist noted for painting series The Slav Epic MUCHA
Louis —, US jazz trumpeter known as Satchmo ARMSTRONG
Chris —, rugby union centre; 1968 Scotland Test debutant against Australia REA
Joseph —, prime minister of Australia from 1931-39 LYONS
Saying attributed to the prophet Muhammad that is not found in the Koran HADITH
2001 film subtitled Once Upon a Time in India; a 2002 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar nominee LAGAAN
Middle daughter of King Lear in the William Shakespeare play of that name REGAN
William —, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1633-45 LAUD
City on the Mediterranean under Egyptian administration from 1949 until its occupation by Israel in 1967 GAZA

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 13th 2017

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Secretary-General of the United Nations from 2007-16 BANKIMOON
Patricia —, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Hud NEAL
Trevor —, South African golfer; 2008 Masters Tournament winner IMMELMAN
Soft leather used in gloves made from sheep, kid or lambskin whose name derives from a city in California, US NAPPA
Christopher —, poet and dramatist who authored stage plays The Jew of Malta and Edward II MARLOWE
Series of games in a tennis match SET
Capital of the former Spanish Sahara; largest city of the disputed territory of Western Sahara also called Laayoune ELAAIUN
City in Belarus at the confluence of the Pina and Pripyat Rivers PINSK
Root vegetable of the cabbage family eaten raw in salads RADISH
Australia, NSW Waratahs and former Exeter Chiefs rugby union lock DEANMUMM
God of thunder in Norse mythology THOR
2004 comedy-drama film starring Sigourney Weaver and Emile Hirsch IMAGINARY
2007 family film starring Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey ENCHANTED
1988 comedy-drama film starring Sonny Bono and Ruth Brown HAIRSPRAY
D L —, England cricketer who scored the first century in an ODI AMISS
Chinese tree bearing a small orange fruit with a sweet rind KUMQUAT
Amorphous form of hydrated silica used as a gemstone OPAL
2002 film drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Dustin Hoffman MOONLIGHT
Rare breed of English pig with a black body and white points BERKSHIRE
The —, 1950 film drama starring Marlon Brando and Teresa Wright MEN
1979 comedy-crime film starring Farrah Fawcett-Majors and Charles Grodin SUNBURN
Edible marine gastropod mollusc also called a sea-ear ORMER
Large Old World tree of the mahogany family whose bark is used to make a tonic NEEM
Joiner in William Shakespeare play A Midsummer Night’s Dream SNUG

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 12th 2017

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Formation of words imitating the sound of a noise, such as pop and whoosh ONOMATOPOEIA
Small aromatic plant of the mint family THYME
John —, radio announcer who commentated on the University Boat Race from 1931-80 SNAGGE
Donkey in stories by A A Milne EEYORE
Guy —, 1976 Olympic 110m hurdles gold medallist DRUT
Sandstone formation in Northern Territory, Australia also known as Ayers Rock ULURU
1964 Roger Vadim film drama starring Jane Fonda based on a stage play by Arthur Schnitzler LARONDE
1987 David Mamet film drama starring Lindsay Crouse and Joe Mantegna HOUSEOFGAMES
Insect often mistaken for a wasp or bee that feeds on the nectar and pollen of flowers HOVERFLY
Hiram —, US-born inventor of the first automatic machine gun MAXIM
Roman scholar whose history of Rome contained 42 books LIVY
1987 film comedy starring Shelley Long and Bette Midler OUTRAGEOUS
2009 novel by Dean Koontz RELENTLESS
The —, 2001 action film starring Jet Li and Carla Gugino ONE
1887 H Rider Haggard novel subtitled A History of Adventure SHE
Chiricahua Apache leader who died in 1909 GERONIMO
City in Siberia, Russia on the Angara River IRKUTSK
Melvyn —, author of novels Crystal Rooms and Now is the Time BRAGG
Japanese thick wheat flour noodle UDON

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 11th 2017

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Oliver —, South African politician; president of the ANC from 1967-91 TAMBO
The —, 1820 novel by Walter Scott ABBOT
Inland port in SE Texas, US; site of the Lyndon B Johnson Space Center HOUSTON
1945 Broadway musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein based on 1909 stage play Liliom by Ferenc Molnar CAROUSEL
Tropical Asian plant with fleshy leaves cultivated for its large edible rootstock TARO
German river rising in the Black Forest that joins the Rhine at Mannheim NECKAR
Violin played as a folk instrument FIDDLE
2009 novel by David Baldacci TRUE
Ancient catapult for hurling large missiles BALLISTA
Plateau in Tamil Nadu, India noted as a tea-growing district NILGIRI
Musical ornamentation consisting of the rapid alternation between one tone and the next above it TRILL
William —, Best Director Oscar winner for Ben-Hur, The Best Years of Our Lives and Mrs Miniver WYLER
— River, tributary of the Missouri, US that flows into the Lake of the Ozarks reservoir OSAGE
Alfred —, Austrian psychiatrist who authored The Neurotic Character and The Practice and Theory of Individual Psychology ADLER
1981 sci-fi film starring Sean Connery and Peter Boyle OUTLAND
1926 stage play by W Somerset Maugham whose central character is Constance Middleton THECONSTANT
Small mouse-like long-snouted mammal such as the common — SHREW
2003 romcom starring George Clooney and Catherine Zeta-Jones INTOLERABLE
Conservative MP for Havant from 1992-2015; 2010-14 Minister of State for Universities and Science DAVID
The —, 1973 comedy-drama film starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford STING

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 10th 2017

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Aaron —, US actor who played president Benjamin Asher in 2013 action film Olympus Has Fallen ECKHART
Charles —, 18th-century planter in Virginia, US, who headed an irregular court that punished British supporters during the American Revolution LYNCH
Sultanate in SE Arabia; capital Muscat OMAN
Ernie —, US actor-comedian who played Sidney Redlitch in 1958 romcom Bell, Book and Candle KOVACS
Father of Ajax the Lesser in Greek mythology OILEUS
Sixth letter in the Greek alphabet ZETA
Edible internal parts of an animal, such as the heart and liver OFFAL
Thin wheat pancake folded over a filling of apple, meat or cream cheese BLINTZE
Stout iron-tipped wooden pole about 6ft long formerly used in England as a weapon QUARTERSTAFF
Largest town and administrative HQ of the Orkney Islands KIRKWALL
Samantha —, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for The Collector EGGAR
Rory —, 2012 and 2014 winner of the PGA Championship MCILROY
The —, 1976 film thriller starring Gregory Peck and Lee Remick OMEN
Variety of lettuce with a long slender head COS
Actor who portrayed Tony Hancock in 2008 BBC TV drama Hancock & Joan KEN
— Islands, chain of over 150 islands in the Bering Sea off mainland Alaska ALEUTIAN
Alan —, first England footballer to be sent off, against Yusgoslavia in 1968 MULLERY
Buddy —, actor who played the title role in US television crime series Barnaby Jones EBSEN
Damien —, artist whose statue Verity stands at the entrance to Ilfracombe harbour, Devon HIRST
Cricket shot that touches the ground before crossing the boundary FOUR

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 9th 2017

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Art technique in which paint is applied thickly so that brush marks are evident IMPASTO
Daughter of Polonius in William Shakespeare play Hamlet OPHELIA
1978 stage play by David Hare PLENTY
Geena —, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar winner for The Accidental Tourist DAVIS
Al —, US vice president from 1993-2001 GORE
Marcus Vipsanius —, Roman general and son-in-law of Augustus AGRIPPA
1957 novel by Vladimir Nabokov PNIN
James —, British theatre critic who authored nine-volume diary Ego AGATE
Gracie —, entertainer who played the title role in 1931 comedy-drama film Sally in Our Alley FIELDS
Alfred —, author and illustrator, from 1935, of the Rupert Bear tales BESTALL
Stella —, author of novels London Lies Beneath and The Purple Shroud DUFFY
Uma —, actress who played the title role in 2006 romcom My Super Ex-Girlfriend THURMAN
Medieval European map of the world housed in Hereford Cathedral MAPPAMUNDI
2007 crime drama film starring Russell Crowe and Denzel Washington AMERICAN
The —, 1967 film drama starring Peter Fonda and Susan Strasberg TRIP
Unit of weight used in China equal to 50g TAEL
1997 film comedy starring Rowan Atkinson in the title role BEAN
1982 stage play by Peter Nichols POPPY
Peasant dance of Apulia, Italy, in six-eight time TARANTELLA
Tamara —, 1964 Olympic shot and discus gold medallist PRESS
Twelfth month of the Jewish civil year ELUL
Hilary —, actress who starred in the Lizzy Maguire franchise DUFF
Vikram —, author of novels The Golden Gate and An Equal Music SETH

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 8th 2017

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1959 romcom starring Rock Hudson and Doris Day PILLOWTALK
Region of Greece in the central Peloponnese; capital Tripoli ARCADIA
— orange, large sweet fruit with a depression enclosing an underdeveloped secondary growth NAVEL
Second son of Judah and Shua in the Old Testament ONAN
White sheep or goat cheese popular in Greece FETA
Resort town in Belgium with medicinal mineral springs SPA
Carnivorous mammal, Eurasian in origin, with a long bushy tail REDFOX
Ancient city in NW Syria ALEPPO
Minor infringement in tennis requiring a point to be replayed LET
Chris —, US golfer; 2014 Deutsche Bank Championship tournament winner KIRK
In weaving, yarn woven across the width of a fabric WEFT
Japanese rich sauce made from soy beans naturally fermented with wheat or barley SHOYU
Peter —, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar winner for Topkapi USTINOV
Disturbed 17-year-old in 1973 Peter Shaffer stage play Equus ALANSTRANG
Vance —, US journalist; author of 1957 book The Hidden Persuaders PACKARD
City in central Poland formerly associated with the textile industry LODZ
Region of eastern Ethiopia bordering on Somalia OGADEN
Elongated flexible organ of which a cuttlefish has two TENTACLE
5 and 6 William Shakespeare play featuring characters Costard and Jaquenetta LOVES
1950 film drama starring Bette Davis and Anne Baxter; 1951 Best Picture Oscar winner ALLABOUTEVE
Alison —, 18th-century Scottish poet who authored a version of ballad The Flowers of the Forest COCKBURN
In Germany, one-hundredth of a Deutschmark until the introduction of the euro PFENNIG
Marcel —, French author of heptalogy A la Recherche du Temps Perdu PROUST
One of a class of supernatural creatures in Scandinavian folklore that dwell in caves and mountains TROLL
Portico in ancient Greek architecture STOA

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers September 7th 2017

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1954 novel by James A Michener adapted for a 1957 film drama starring Marlon Brando SAYONARA
University city in West Yorkshire that hosts a triennial international piano competition LEEDS
18th-century English highwayman associated with horse Black Bess DICKTURPIN
Poem by John Masefield included in 1902 volume Salt-Water Ballads SEAFEVER
Protruding part of the face below the mouth CHIN
1970 comedy-drama film starring Jane Asher and John Moulder-Brown DEEP
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Apollo 13 EDHARRIS
2008 novel by Linda Fairstein KILLERHEAT
Whitish milky fluid containing protein and starch produced by many plants including the rubber tree LATEX
African republic; capital Dodoma TANZANIA
Capital of Gard, France whose Roman remains include the Maison Carree NIMES
Peter —, actor who played Clegg in BBC TV sitcom Last of the Summer Wine SALLIS
Mark —, 1984 and 1988 Olympic individual eventing gold medallist TODD
The —, 1994 action-comedy film starring Jim Carrey and Peter Riegert MASK
— 1, Russian spacecraft that crash-landed on return to earth in 1967 SOYUZ
County of England; county town Winchester HAMPSHIRE
Yellowish or brownish organic substance used in the leather industry TANNIN
Band of fibrous tissue connecting muscle to bone SINEW
First ruler of the Timurid Empire who died in 1405 TAMERLANE
Former province of South Africa; capital Pietermaritzburg NATAL
Vic —, 1953 Wimbledon singles tennis champion SEIXAS
Erich —, author of novels Only Love and Prizes SEGAL
Peter —, Labour MP for Neath from 1991-2015; Secretary of State for Wales from 2002-08 HAIN
1978-83 US television sitcom starring Judd Hirsch, Marilu Henner and Danny DeVito TAXI