Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers July 11th 2017

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Ice hockey team; 2007 Stanley Cup Finals winners ANAHEIMDUCKS
Edward —, English pirate also known as Blackbeard who died in 1718 TEACH
Unit of length equal to three feet YARD
City in SE Spain on the Segura River MURCIA
State capital of Oregon, US SALEM
Island in Venice linked with San Marco Island by the — Bridge over the Grand Canal RIALTO
Omar —, actor who played Dr Eric Foreman in US television series House EPPS
Sophie —, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Hotel Rwanda OKONEDO
The —, 1983 novel by Ellis Peters DEVILSNOVICE
Region of SW Italy; capital Catanzaro CALABRIA
Edward —, prime minister from 1970-74 HEATH
Fast powerful overhead stroke in tennis SMASH
2009 novel by Robert Harris LUSTRUM
Predatory gull-like bird such as the Arctic — SKUA
2012 film drama starring Dennis Quaid and Zac Efron ATANYPRICE
Charles —, 19th-century inventor of the English concertina and the Playfair cipher WHEATSTONE
City in Osaka Prefecture, Japan, housing an airport YAO
Arthur —, journalist born in 1875 best known for The Children’s Encyclopaedia MEE
Arthur Saint-Leon ballet with music by Leo Delibes first produced in 1870 COPPELIA
Isla —, Scottish folk singer; hostess on BBC TV show The Generation Game STCLAIR
Large North American deer also called an elk MOOSE
Powder made from beans of the cacao tree used to make a beverage COCOA
Nicolas —, director of films Two Deaths, Bad Timing and Track 29 ROEG

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers July 10th 2017

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Simon —, member of boy band Blue; contestant on 2014 BBC TV series Strictly Come Dancing WEBBE
Tropical evergreen tree whose dried flower buds are used as a spice CLOVE
Ancient city state on the coast of North Africa founded by Phoenician traders CARTHAGE
Uncastrated male pig BOAR
Elongated marine fish such as the Common — with a sucking disc on the top of its head REMORA
Island of Greece in the Saronic Gulf south of Salamis AEGINA
Island in the Inner Hebrides; site of an abbey founded by St Columba IONA
Symmetrical curve formed by the intersection of a cone with a plane parallel to its side PARABOLA
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich —, German idealist philosopher who died in 1831 HEGEL
Gunter —, winner of the 1999 Nobel Prize in Literature GRASS
Leonhard —, 18th-century mathematician noted for his work on the calculus of variation EULER
Town and administrative headquarters of Staffordshire Moorlands District Council LEEK
D L —, New Zealand Test cricketer who took 5-69 against England at Lord’s in 2008 VETTORI
Victor —, rugby union prop; 1992 England Test debutant against Canada UBOGU
2000 film thriller starring Bruce Willis and Samuel L Jackson UNBREAKABLE
Figure of speech in which an expression applied to one thing is used to designate another METAPHOR
Round cap with a flap at the back worn by hunters MONTERO
Daniel Francois —, prime minister of South Africa from 1948-54 MALAN
Regulatory agency set up in 1986 to oversee the British Gas Corporation OFGAS
Small young herring usually prepared and canned in Norway SILD

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers July 9th 2017

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2002 film drama starring Frances McDormand, Kate Beckinsale and Christian Bale LAURELCANYON
Unfinished novel by Captain Frederick Marryat subtitled An Autobiography published posthumously in 1848 VALERIE
Vijay —, winner of the PGA Championship in 1998 and 2004 SINGH
Capital of Latvia RIGA
One of the fairies in William Shakespeare play A Midsummer Night’s Dream COBWEB
A C W —, inventor of a portable lamp used to transmit Morse code ALDIS
Name, until 1982, of Mutare, Zimbabwe UMTALI
Expanded part of the oesophagus in birds in which food is stored before passing on to the gizzard CROP
City in Uusimaa, Finland, housing the Gallen-Kallela Museum ESPOO
Shinji —, Japan and Leicester City attacking footballer OKAZAKI
ITV drama series for which Helen Mirren won the BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress from 1992-94 PRIMESUSPECT
Chuck —, singer-songwriter portrayed by Mos Def in 2008 biopic Cadillac Records BERRY
Piece of music composed for eight singers OCTET
Ruined city in central Crete that houses remains of the Minoan Bronze Age civilization KNOSSOS
City in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, north of Cologne LEVERKUSEN
2001 sporting biopic starring Will Smith in the title role ALI
Branch of the British Police force first set up in Nottingham in 1854 CID
1983 film drama starring Matthew Broderick and Dabney Coleman WARGAMES
1984 romcom starring Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin ALLOFME
Carnivorous mammal of Madagascar resembling an elongated cat FOSSA
Kym —, singer-actress who plays Michelle Connor in ITV soap Coronation Street MARSH

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers July 8th 2017

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Musical piece preceding a fugue or forming the orchestral introduction to an act of an opera PRELUDE
African mammal; the tallest living animal GIRAFFE
City in NW Turkey formerly known as Adrianople EDIRNE
Ivan —, winner of the 1989 Australian Open men’s singles tennis championship LENDL
Pat —, winner of the 1987 Wimbledon men’s singles tennis championship CASH
Nickname for the Series I Austin Healey Sprite introduced in 1958 whose headlights projected above the bonnet line FROGEYE
Hugo —, composer of 1895 opera Der Corregidor WOLF
Denis —, comedian-actor who voices Diego in the Ice Age film series LEARY
Anthony —, singer-actor who played Artful Dodger in 1948 film drama Oliver Twist NEWLEY
South American republic whose capital is La Paz BOLIVIA
Imitation diamond made of paste or glass RHINESTONE
District of Cardiff housing a 12th-century cathedral LLANDAFF
Hilary —, actress-singer who played Natalie Connors in 2003 adventure film Agent Cody Banks DUFF
The —, 1969 novel by Jackie Collins STUD
Genus of plants in the cabbage family whose round flat leaves are used in salads NASTURTIUM
Variety of celery with a large turnip-like root CELERIAC
Evan Rachel —, actress who played Natalie Finch in 2006 comedy-drama film Running with Scissors WOOD
God of love in Greek mythology EROS
Unfermented soya-bean curd eaten as a foodstuff TOFU

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers July 7th 2017

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1909 semi-autobiographical novel by H G Wells TONOBUNGAY
1922 novel by James Joyce set on June 16, 1904 ULYSSES
— Bay, arm of the Indian Ocean upon which Port Elizabeth, South Africa, stands ALGOA
British intelligence and security organisation based in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (inits) GCHQ
1964 Broadway comedy by Murray Schisgal; a 1965 Tony Award Best Play nominee LUV
Bill —, author of books A Short History of Nearly Everything and A Walk in the Woods BRYSON
Tall tree affected by fungal disease DED ELM
James —, rugby union fly-half; 2006 Wales Test debutant against Argentina HOOK
Collective noun for a group of quail BEVY
Mountain in central Switzerland in the Bernese Alps EIGER
Grass of S Europe and N Africa that yields a fibre used to make rope and mats ESPARTO
Arthur —, author of stage plays Reigen and The Green Cockatoo SCHNITZLER
John —, designer of the Marble Arch monument in London NASH
Member of a people living in the W Pyrenees in France and Spain BASQUE
1984 novel by Barbara Trapido NOAHSARK
Second brightest star in the constellation Perseus, also known as the Demon Star ALGOL
1991 film drama starring Wesley Snipes and Annabella Sciorra JUNGLEFEVER
Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Pelle the Conqueror MAXVONSYDOW
Norma —, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar winner for The Divorcee SHEARER
Amorphous form of hydrated silica used as a gemstone OPAL

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers July 6th 2017

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British singer-songwriter; winner of 15 Grammy Awards between 2009-17 ADELE
Hampshire home of the National Motor Museum BEAULIEU
King —, Best Director Oscar nominee for War and Peace and The Citadel VIDOR
Nigeria 1994 and 1998 FIFA World Cup goalkeeper PETERRUFAI
Second largest city in Puebla, Mexico TEHUACAN
Joiner in Shakespeare play A Midsummer Night’s Dream SNUG
City in Valle del Cauca, SW Colombia, that hosted the 1971 Pan American Games CALI
US actress who co-wrote and appeared as Carol Benson in 1992 comedy-drama film Peter’s Friends RITARUDNER
Dorothy —, 1934 Wimbledon singles tennis championship winner ROUND
Pseudonym of Marie-Henri Beyle, French author of novel The Charterhouse of Parma STENDHAL
Maxim —, author of stage plays The Lower Depths and Children of the Sun GORKY
Commonest basic pattern of the human fingerprint LOOP
Collective noun for a group of badgers CETE
Donald —, undisputed world Welterweight boxing champion from 1985-86 CURRY
Black-skinned wine grape of California ZINFANDEL
Alan —, English computer scientist portrayed on screen by Derek Jacobi and Benedict Cumberbatch TURING
Middle daughter of King Lear in the William Shakespeare play of that name REGAN
W Somerset Maugham short story in 1926 collection The Casuarina Tree adapted for the stage in 1927 THELETTER
Kornelia —, 1976 Olympic 100m and 200m freestyle swimming gold medallist ENDER
David —, actor who starred as David Corelli in 1995 crime drama film Jade CARUSO
Henry —, 1978 Commonwealth 5,000m gold medallist RONO

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers July 5th 2017

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Port in Spain that hosted the 1992 Summer Olympics BARCELONA
— Khan, former light-welterweight world champion AMIR
Dwarf who guards the Rhinegold in 1876 work The Ring of the Nibelung by Richard Wagner ALBERICH
Ronald —, US president from 1981-89 REAGAN
John —, Kenyan runner; 2007-09 winner of the Belfast City Marathon MUTAI
Yvonne —, actress who played Lily Munster in 1960s US television series The Munsters DECARLO
Flying mammal such as the soprano pipistrelle BAT
Plant whose leafstalks are cooked, sweetened and eaten as a dessert RHUBARB
John —, Best Director Oscar winner for The Treasure of the Sierra Madre HUSTON
Seaport and capital of Kanagawa Prefecture, Honshu, Japan YOKOHAMA
Goddess of youth and spring in Greek mythology HEBE
Ethel —, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar winner for None but the Lonely Heart BARRYMORE
Genus of trees including that known as the Tree of Heaven AILANTHUS
— Islands, group of over 6,000 in the Gulf of Bothnia under Finnish administration ALAND
1972 film musical starring Liza Minnelli as Sally Bowles CABARET
Ancient Greek stringed instrument made of a resonating tortoise shell LYRE
Part of a violin supporting the fingerboard NECK
Joseph —, English chemist born in 1733 often credited with the discovery of oxygen PRIESTLEY
2001 film comedy starring, co-written and directed by Ben Stiller ZOOLANDER
Small European brown flatfish covered with rough scales DAB
Johnny —, WBA Bantamweight champion from 2002-04 BREDAHL
West African republic; capital Accra GHANA
Hindu system of meditation and asceticism YOGA
Capital of West Germany from 1949-90 BONN

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers July 4th 2017

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Former government body set up in 1989 to supervise the activities of the electricity companies (inits) OFFER
2012 biopic directed by and starring Ben Affleck; 2013 Best Picture Oscar winner ARGO
The —, 1775 comedy play by R B Sheridan RIVALS
Moshe —, Israel Minister of Defence from 1967-74 DAYAN
1971 film Western starring Charles Bronson, Ursula Andress and Toshiro Mifune REDSUN
Maurice —, member of the Bee Gees married to singer Lulu from 1969-73 GIBB
Central of the three small bones in the middle ear, also called the anvil INCUS
1968 crime drama film starring Richard Widmark in the title role MADIGAN
Book of the Old Testament preceded by the Book of Jeremiah dealing with the destruction of Jerusalem LAMENTATIONS
1998 film drama starring Thandie Newton and David Thewlis BESIEGED
River in Kent that flows into the English Channel at Pegwell Bay STOUR
— Castle, Kent home of Anne Boleyn before her marriage to Henry VIII HEVER
Yellowish substance extracted from wool used in some ointments LANOLIN
Dino —, Italy 1982 FIFA World Cup-winning goalkeeper and captain ZOFF
Rocky island in south Ayrshire, Scotland, housing a colony of gannets AILSACRAIG
2005 novel by Kathy Reichs CROSSBONES
Oxfordshire market town; county town of Berkshire until 1867 ABINGDON
Village in N Somerset housing an 11th-century castle DUNSTER
Jimmy —, actor who played Agent John Travis in 2000 film thriller Bless the Child SMITS
Clifford —, author of stage plays Waiting for Lefty and Clash by Night ODETS
Steve —, 1986 Commonwealth 800m gold medallist CRAM

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers July 3rd 2017

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River in N Italy that flows to the Adriatic via Verona ADIGE
1983 Salman Rushdie novel shortlisted for the Booker Prize SHAME
Soup or stew thickened with okra pods GUMBO
Distilling apparatus used in chemistry consisting of two vessels connected by a tube ALEMBIC
1954 musical-drama film starring Elizabeth Taylor and Vittorio Gassman RHAPSODY
Villainous ensign in William Shakespeare play Othello IAGO
State of Peninsular Malaysia on the South China Sea; capital Kuantan PAHANG
Capital of the Bahamas NASSAU
Suburb of Paris housing an international airport ORLY
The —, 1983 comedy-drama film starring Tom Berenger and Glenn Close BIGCHILL
Robert —, US artist whose works include 1978 lithograph South Bend INDIANA
Brad —, New Zealand lock; 2011 Rugby World Cup Final winner THORN
John —, president of the US from 1841-45 TYLER
1987 Ascot Gold Cup winner ridden by Steve Cauthen PAEAN
City in E India, headquarters of Santhal Pargana division, Jharkhand DUMKA
Leon —, English oboist awarded a CBE in 1950 GOOSSENS
Back part of a golf club head where it bends to join the shaft HEEL
Anxiety disorder, a fear of open spaces, named by Karl Westphal in 1871 AGORAPHOBIA
John —, comic actor who played the title role in 1989 film Uncle Buck CANDY
1975 Broadway show; 1976 Tony Award for Best Musical winner ACHORUSLINE
Former name of Kolkata, capital of West Bengal, India CALCUTTA
City in Lombardy; chief financial centre of Italy MILAN
F1 motor racing circuit that hosted the San Marino GP between 1981-2006 IMOLA
HM Prison —, high security detention centre situated at RAF Long Kesh, Northern Ireland, from 1971-2000 MAZE

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers July 2nd 2017

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1957 stage play by Samuel Beckett ENDGAME
Port in SW Sweden on the Sound opposite Copenhagen MALMO
In billiards, the white ball distinguished from the plain ball by a mark SPOT
Type of fastening invented by Georges de Mestral in 1948 VELCRO
Donald —, First Minister of Scotland from 1999-2000 DEWAR
City on the Mediterranean under Egyptian administration from 1949 until its occupation by Israel in 1967 GAZA
The —, 1971 novel by E L Doctorow inspired by the 1951 Rosenberg Trial BOOKOFDANIEL
2016 action-comedy film starring Ryan Reynolds in the title role DEADPOOL
Nick —, actor who played Aramis in 2001 action film The Musketeer MORAN
1980 stage play by Steven Berkoff GREEK
The —, 1968 film drama starring Burt Lancaster and Janet Landgard SWIMMER
Russian river that flows to the Caspian Sea at Guryev URAL
— Coast, area of SE India extending from False Divi Point to Kanyakumari COROMANDEL
Hard black variety of lignite JET
Department of SE France; capital Toulon VAR
Host city in France of the 1924 Winter Olympics CHAMONIX
Large loose-fitting brightly-coloured upper garment originally from West Africa DASHIKI
Kathy —, actress who played Nora Batty in BBC TV sitcom Last of the Summer Wine STAFF
Person who refrains from using any animal product for food or clothing VEGAN