Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers April 16th 2017

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Region of central and NW Romania that belonged to Hungary from the 11th century until 1918 TRANSYLVANIA
Highest mountain in the world EVEREST
Black-and-white striped mammal of the horse family ZEBRA
Tracey —, conceptual artist whose works include 1998’s My Bed EMIN
Danie —, rugby union centre; 1980 South Africa Test debutant against South America GERBER
Nikolai —, author of 1842 novel Dead Souls GOGOL
Band of inelastic tissue that attaches a muscle to a bone TENDON
Charles —, British painter whose works include 1928’s I Am the Abyss and I Am Light SIMS
Mammal of central African forests with a reddish-brown coat OKAPI
Daniel —, Best Actor in a Supporting Role BAFTA Film Award winner for Jean de Florette AUTEUIL
Actor-singer who played Sam in 1942 film drama Casablanca DOOLEYWILSON
Roman emperor from 253-260 VALERIAN
Willow tree whose twigs are used for making baskets OSIER
Chay —, Scottish yachtsman who sailed single-handed around the globe in a westward direction in 1970-71 BLYTH
Sue —, author of novels Enlightenment and Up the Garden Path LIMB
Winner of the 2005 Perrier Comedy Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe LAURASOLON
Unit of weight equal to 2240 pounds TON
Giant in British folklore associated with Magog GOG
Leslie —, winner of a Best Music, Original Song Oscar for Talk to the Animals from Doctor Dolittle BRICUSSE
Largest anthropoid ape GORILLA
1985 sci-fi film featuring Barret Oliver in the title role as a cyborg DARYL
Gertrude —, author of 1933 book The Autobiography of Alice B Toklas STEIN
River of central England that flows to the River Severn at Tewkesbury AVON

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers April 15th 2017

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Stiff clerical cap of the Roman Catholic Church BIRETTA
Food that sustained the Israelites in the wilderness according to the Old Testament MANNA
Region in Lancashire between the Wyre and Ribble estuaries FYLDE
Member of a people of Rwanda and Burundi HUTU
District of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, known for its beach IPANEMA
Andrew —, author of 2015 novel Children of the Master MARR
Elisabeth —, British sculptor whose works include 1969’s Horse and Rider FRINK
John —, author of novels The Broker and The Brethren GRISHAM
1983 Derby winner ridden by Lester Piggott TEENOSO
West African country; capital Yamoussoukro IVORYCOAST
Max —, World Heavyweight boxing champion from 1934-35 BAER
Member of a South American Indian people whose empire centred on Peru INCA
Spiny Mediterranean plant with edible flower buds CAPER
2007 film comedy starring Rupert Everett and Colin Firth STTRINIANS
John —, 15th-century Italian explorer of the coast from Nova Scotia to Newfoundland CABOT
John —, WBA Heavyweight champion from 2004-05 RUIZ
Mark —, rugby union fly-half; 1980 Australia Test debutant against New Zealand ELLA

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers April 14th 2017

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County town of County Donegal, Republic of Ireland LIFFORD
Stanley —, South Africa-born entertainer known for speaking gobbledegook who died in 2002 UNWIN
J Arthur —, British entrepreneur who co-founded Pinewood Studios RANK
Canadian province whose largest city is Montreal QUEBEC
R —, India Test cricketer who hit 270 against Pakistan at Rawalpindi in 2004 DRAVID
Hirobumi —, former Japanese prime minister assassinated in 1909 ITO
Guy —, 1976 Olympic 110m hurdles gold medallist DRUT
Tristan —, Romania-born French Dadaist author of 1921 stage play The Gas Heart TZARA
Honore —, French painter whose works include 1863’s The Laundress AUMIER
Son of a king of Spain or Portugal, especially one not heir to the throne NFANTE
Large Indo-Malayan evergreen tree with light hard wood OON
Jennifer —, comedienne who married actor Adrian Edmondson in 1985 AUNDERS
Nobleman or governor in India at the time of the Mogul Empire AWAB
Author of playlet The Enchanted Hunters murdered by Humbert Humbert in 1955 Vladimir Nabokov novel Lolita CLAREQUILTY
2011 novel by Monica Ali UNTOLDSTORY
Robert —, Australian ballet dancer who played the Child Catcher in 1968 family film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang HELPMAN
The —, 1982 film drama starring Paul Newman and Charlotte Rampling VERDIC
Council region of South Island, New Zealand, founded by Scottish settlers OTAGO
Board game whose name derives from Latin phrase "I play" LUDO

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers April 13th 2017

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Swiss clown born in 1880 whose real name was Adrian Wettach GROCK
Mediterranean port in E Spain housing UNESCO World Heritage Site the Llotja de la Seda VALENCIA
Narcotic drug extracted from the unripe seeds of a poppy OPIUM
Playwright whose stage works include Present Laughter and Design for Living NOELCOWARD
Wide-canopied tropical tree of the pea family with feathery flowers RAINTREE
1968 biopic starring Julie Andrews as Gertrude Lawrence STAR
Patricia —, author of novels Body of Evidence and From Potter’s Field CORNWELL
Wojtek —, 1978 Australian Open men’s doubles tennis championship winner with Kim Warwick FIBAK
1781 opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart IDOMENEO
Henry —, character in BBC radio comedy series The Goon Show voiced by Peter Sellers CRUN
Fruit such as the cantaloupe or honeydew MELON
John —, American composer of the music for 1966 Broadway musical Cabaret KANDER
Gianni —, Italian cyclist; 1966 Giro d’Italia winner MOTTA
2012 novel by Alex Kava FIREPROOF
Umberto —, author of novels The Name of the Rose and Foucault’s Pendulum ECO
2011 novel by Terry Pratchett SNUFF
Martin —, London-born journalist noted for ITV documentary Living with Michael Jackson BASHIR
Richard —, palaeoanthropologist and conservationist born in Kenya in 1944 LEAKEY
Wading bird similar to the heron EGRET
Large Old World tree of the mahogany family whose bark is used to make a tonic NEEM
International governing body of association football FIFA

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers April 11th 2017

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Elsa —, Italian fashion designer who died in 1973 SCHIAPARELLI
David —, British painter associated with Vorticism whose works include 1914’s The Mud Bath BOMBERG
1963 Derby winner ridden by Yves Saint-Martin RELKO
God of love in Greek mythology EROS
1992 novel by Glenn Patterson FATLAD
Toby —, radio and television presenter; 2006 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! contestant ANSTIS
Arthur —, 1975 Wimbledon singles tennis championship winner ASHE
Michael —, 1989 French Open singles tennis championship winner CHANG
In maritime law, floating wreckage of a ship or its cargo FLOTSAM
1879 opera by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky EUGENEONEGIN
Paula —, television presenter whose credits included The Big Breakfast and The Tube YATES
Benoit —, rugby union lock; 1964 France Test debutant against Scotland DAUGA
Chemical weapon such as pepper spray TEARGAS
Airline; flag carrier of Israel ELAL
Popular piece of music by Aram Khachaturian from ballet Gayaneh SABREDANCE
The —, 2006 film thriller starring George Clooney and Cate Blanchett GOODGERMAN
Hubert —, Dutch painter whose works include a 1905 portrait of Empress Dowager Cixi VOS
Roger —, art critic associated with the Bloomsbury Group about whom Virginia Woolf wrote a 1940 biography FRY
Jurgen —, 1984 Olympic decathlon silver medallist HINGSEN
Captain W E —, pilot and author; creator of adventurer Biggles JOHNS
Genus of plants that includes the cuckoopint ARUM

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers April 10th 2017

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Opera by Charles Gounod that premiered in 1859 FAUST
Fruit dried to make currants, raisins or sultanas GRAPE
Capital of Seine-Maritime department, France ROUEN
Daughter of Minos and Pasiphae in Greek mythology who married Dionysus ARIADNE
Fulke —, poet and dramatist; Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1614-21 GREVILLE
In weaving, yarn woven across the width of a fabric WEFT
US city; seat of the University of Arizona TUCSON
Island in the Pacific that houses the sultanate of Brunei BORNEO
Charles —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar winner for The Private Life of Henry VIII LAUGHTON
P M —, 1980s Somerset CCC captain who died in 2011 ROEBUCK
Margaret —, 2004 London Marathon elite race winner OKAYO
Susan —, US actress who starred as Goldine Serafin in 1979 film drama Goldengirl ANTON
US state; capital Boise IDAHO
In heraldry, the colour blue AZURE
Published title of unfinished Jane Austen novel The Brothers featuring the character Charlotte Heywood SANDITON
Walter —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Mrs Miniver PIDGEON
Seabird of the genus Fregata also called the man-o’-war bird FRIGATEBIRD
In croquet, either of the two lines from which a ball is struck into play BAULK
1941 comedy-drama film starring Gary Cooper in the title role MEETJOHNDOE
County of the Republic of Ireland whose settlements include Drumlish, Moydow and Granard LONGFORD
Louis —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for 1950 biopic The Magnificent Yankee CALHERN
Warm hip-length waterproof coat with a hood originally worn by the Inuit PARKA
Edward —, English pirate also known as Blackbeard who died in 1718 TEACH
National style of wrestling of Japan SUMO

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers April 9th 2017

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Carlo —, creator of Pinocchio born Carlo Lorenzini COLLODI
Tourist city in NE Hungary at the centre of a wine-producing region EGER
City in Sarthe, NW France, which hosts an annual motor race LEMANS
Old World coniferous tree with evergreen needle-like leaves CEDAR
James —, French painter whose works include 1877’s October TISSOT
William Joseph —, Governor-General of Australia from 1953-60 SLIM
Strong polymer first produced by the DuPont firm in the 1930s NYLON
S M —, South Africa Test cricketer who took 6-78 against Pakistan at Faisalabad in 2003 POLLOCK
1991 adventure film starring Bill Campbell and Jennifer Connelly THEROCKETEER
James —, actor who played Uncle Bertie in 1972 family film The Amazing Mr Blunden VILLIERS
Harold —, Italy-born poet and art collector who died in 1994 ACTON
Savoury jelly based on meat or fish stock used as a mould for meat or vegetables ASPIC
Arab sailing vessel with one or two masts DHOW
Mauricio —, former Argentina defender; Tottenham Hotspur manager since 2014 POCHETTINO
The —, 1973 novel by Beryl Bainbridge DRESSMAKER
Hard black variety of lignite JET
Roger —, caricaturist and ceramicist; co-creator of ITV comedy puppet series Spitting Image LAW
Rauno —, motor racing driver; a winner of the 1965 RAC Rally AALTONEN
1982 novel by James A Michener SPACE
Tree whose wood is used for bridges as it resists underwater rot ALDER
John —, author of the novels The Autograph Hound and Hot to Trot LAHR

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers April 8th 2017

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Matt —, alter ego of Marvel Comics superhero Daredevil MURDOCK
Andre —, French motor car manufacturer who began selling cars under his own name in 1919 CITROEN
Terence —, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Billy Budd STAMP
Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Moonstruck CHER
National Trust property near Wakefield, West Yorkshire, noted for its collection of Chippendale furniture NOSTELL
Richard —, 19th-century English painter whose works include the unfinished The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke DADD
Tycho —, Danish astronomer who established the Uraniborg Observatory on the island of Hven BRAHE
See 14 Across PRIORY
Ludovic —, journalist and broadcaster married to dancer Moira Shearer from 1950-2006 KENNEDY
2001 novel by Walter Kirn UPINTHEAIR
City in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, housing the Reinoldikirche DORTMUND
Ethan —, Best Director Oscar joint-winner; author of 1998 volume of short stories Gates of Eden COEN
Robert —, US actor who played Kelly Robinson in 1960s US television series I Spy CULP
Town in Galilee where Jesus is said to have performed his first miracle CANA
Lucy —, actress who played Natalie Evans in BBC TV soap EastEnders SPEED
Melbourne Rebels rugby union fullback; 2016 Australia Test debutant against New Zealand REECEHODGE
Southernmost of the islands of the Inner Hebrides off the Scottish coast ISLAY
Keyed woodwind instrument with a cylindrical bore and a single reed CLARINET
Republic on the Persian Gulf whose capital is Baghdad IRAQ
Martin —, Astronomer Royal from 1972-82 RYLE
Deborah —, Best Actress Oscar nominee for The Sundowners KERR

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers April 7th 2017

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Resort area and suburb of Honolulu, Hawaii WAIKIKI
1836 Battle of the —, pivotal event in the Texas Revolution ALAMO
Southernmost of the Great Lakes of North America ERIE
Any one of the 10 black-belt grades of judo proficiency DAN
Two-piece swimming costume BIKINI
Art of growing dwarfed ornamental varieties of trees and shrubs in pots BONSAI
Peter —, Labour MP for Neath from 1991-2015; Secretary of State for Wales from 2002-08 HAIN
Michael —, actor who played The Professor in 1985 film drama Insignificance EMIL
Rafael —, 1963 US National Singles tennis championship winner OSUNA
The —, group of chalk stacks in the English Channel off the coast of the Isle of Wight NEEDLES
Coastal town in Cumbria south of Workington WHITEHAVEN
Bernard —, Principal Conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra from 1967-79 HAITINK
Former county town of Meath, Republic of Ireland TRIM
Old Testament prophet of the 9th century BC who denounced Ahab and Jezebel ELIJAH
Informal photograph SNAPSHOT
Large spiral-horned antelope of eastern and southern Africa ELAND
Method of painting developed in France whose leading exponent was Georges Seurat POINTILLISM
2008 adventure film starring Brendan Fraser and Paul Bettany INKHEART
Muhammad Ali —, first Governor-General of Pakistan from 1947-48 JINNAH
British name for diesel oil used for road transport DERV