Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers November 10th 2017

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Clue Solution
Hexagonal-bodied musical instrument with bellows CONCERTINA
The —, 1961 film drama starring Paul Newman and Jackie Gleason HUSTLER
Costantino —, Italian golfer; 1997 Canon European Masters tournament winner ROCCA
2000 biopic starring Bette Midler as Jacqueline Susann ISNT
Long-haired sheepdog also called a Hungarian Water Dog PULI
Minor infringement in tennis requiring a point to be replayed LET
Martin —, Hertfordshire-born folk singer whose eponymous 1965 debut album featured Scarborough Fair CARTHY
1997 stage play by Patrick Marber CLOSER
Roman goddess of abundance and fertility OPS
— War, 1991 conflict between coalition forces led by the United States and Iraq GULF
Franz —, German expressionist painter whose works include 1912 oil The Shepherds MARC
City in Tamil Nadu, India on the bank of the River Cauvery ERODE
1778 stage play by R B Sheridan subtitled A Musical Entertainment THECAMP
1937 novel by Agatha Christie DEATHONTHE
Kevin —, Best Director Oscar winner for Dances With Wolves COSTNER
Industrial town in Eure, France severely damaged in World War II EVREUX
Thin pancake in Mexican cookery TORTILLA
Peter —, 1998 British Open squash championship winner NICOL
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar winner for Adaptation CHRISCOOPER
Province of South Africa; capital Bhisho EASTERNCAPE
Seaside resort in Dorset on the Isle of Purbeck SWANAGE
Roderick —, leader of fascist group The Black Shorts in stories by P G Wodehouse SPODE
In weaving, yarn woven across the width of a fabric WEFT

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers November 9th 2017

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Clue Solution
Central and South American omnivorous mammal of the raccoon family COATI
1893 novel by R L Stevenson subtitled A Sequel To "Kidnapped" CATRIONA
Actor who played Keith Miller in BBC TV soap EastEnders from 2004-08 DAVID
Movement in art and literature in the 1920s that developed from dadaism SURREALISM
Bernd —, West Germany Euro 1980 Final-winning midfield footballer SCHUSTER
Capital of Azerbaijan BAKU
The —, 1943 novel by C S Forester SHIP
Strait that connects the Black Sea with the Sea of Marmara BOSPORUS
Member of a cattle-rearing people of southern Africa XHOSA
Cloris —, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar winner for The Last Picture Show LEACHMAN
1954 film drama starring Marlon Brando and Karl Malden ONTHE
Brother of Europa and founder of Thebes in Greek mythology CADMUS
2007 comedy-drama film starring Delroy Lindo and Idris Elba THIS
Robert —, Home Secretary from 1972-74 CARR
US name for the card game patience SOLITAIRE
— Uprising, nationalist insurgency in Kenya during the 1950s that aimed to overthrow British rule MAUMAU
Edible red seaweed also known as Neptune’s girdle DULSE
Alicya —, actress who played Denny Blood in ITV drama series Bad Girls EYO
Fred —, actor who starred as Kevin Arnold in US television series The Wonder Years SAVAGE
Erik —, Danish dancer; director of the Swedish Opera Ballet from 1967-73 BRUHN
Robert —, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Crossfire RYAN
Lake —, body of water in central Switzerland formed by a widening of the Aare River THUN

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers November 8th 2017

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Clue Solution
1991 adventure film starring Patrick Bergin and Uma Thurman ROBINHOOD
Donna —, author of 2012 novel The Jewels of Paradise LEON
Archipelago in the South Atlantic Ocean whose capital is Stanley FALKLAND
Swelling in the neck due to enlargement of the thyroid gland GOITRE
Richard —, English seaman and tobacco trader who took control of Maryland, North America in 1645 INGLE
Scottish artist whose works include 1989 sculpture Master of the Universe EDUARDO
Nicolas —, rugby union prop; 2003 France Test debutant against New Zealand MAS
Jean — de Servieres, Treasurer-General of France and bibliophile known for his love of decorative bookbindings GROLIER
1979 sci-fi film starring Tom Skerritt and Sigourney Weaver ALIEN
Bird such as the common — also called the Great Northern diver LOON
Port in Devon overlooked by the Britannia Royal Naval College DARTMOUTH
1989 film drama starring Jane Fonda and Gregory Peck OLDGRINGO
Chris —, British mountaineer; author of 1966 book I Chose To Climb BONINGTON
1647 opera by Luigi Rossi ORFEO
The —, 2009 novel by Kathryn Stockett HELP
Department of NW France; capital Alencon ORNE
— National Cemetery, resting place in Virginia of US presidents William Howard Taft and John F Kennedy ARLINGTON
The —, 1868 novel by Wilkie Collins MOONSTONE
Part of a cereal plant containing the seeds EAR
— da Forli, 15th-century Italian Renaissance painter whose works include fresco Sixtus IV Appointing Platina as Prefect of the Vatican Library MELOZZO
Jonathan —, author of A Tale of a Tub and A Modest Proposal SWIFT
Lake —, largest natural lake in Wales BALA
In music, the sign that, when placed before a note, lowers it in pitch by a semitone FLAT

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers November 7th 2017

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1956 film Western starring John Wayne and Jeffrey Hunter THESEARCHERS
Gloria —, Cuba-born singer-songwriter who recorded 1989 UK no 1 album Cuts Both Ways ESTEFAN
Alan —, actor who played the title role in 1980s ITV police drama series Cribb DOBIE
Carl —, German composer whose scenic cantata Carmina Burana was first staged in 1937 ORFF
Capital of the Bahamas NASSAU
1989 biopic starring Michael Chiklis as comedian John Belushi WIRED
1996 horror film starring David Arquette and Neve Campbell SCREAM
1985 film comedy starring Eileen Brennan and Tim Curry CLUE
Edible internal parts of an animal, such as the heart and liver OFFAL
In Germany, one-hundredth of a Deutschmark until the introduction of the euro PFENNIG
University city in Marche, Italy housing the Cattedrale di Sant’Emidio ASCOLIPICENO
Brian —, South Africa-born actor who played Andra Binnie in BBC TV comedy series Rab C Nesbitt PETTIFER
Jockey who rode 1971 Derby winner Mill Reef GEOFF
2014 comedy-drama film starring Michael Fassbender and Domhnall Gleason FRANK
Decapod crustacean such as the Chinese mitten — CRAB
1862 novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky THEHOUSEOF
Jasper —, character in novels by George Borrow including The Romany Rye and Lavengro PETULENGRO
Alastair —, actor who played the title role in 1951 film drama Scrooge SIM
Former Spanish viceroyalty that included Mexico and the Philippines NEW
J D —, author of 1951 novel The Catcher in the Rye SALINGER
Member of a French dialect-speaking people living chiefly in southern and eastern Belgium and northern France WALLOON
Michael —, BBC TV weatherman who retired from full-time forecasting in 2004 FISH

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers November 6th 2017

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Stringed musical instrument with a long, fretted neck and circular body BANJO
2002 studio album by David Bowie HEATHEN
Grigori —, Siberian peasant monk murdered in St Petersburg, Russia in 1916 RASPUTIN
2013 novel by Clive Cussler with Jack Du Brul MIRAGE
North London borough whose administrative headquarters are at Brunswick Park BARNET
1996 Tony Award for Best Musical winner written by Jonathan Larson RENT
Dutch dancer born Margaretha Geertruida Zelle executed as a German spy in 1917 MATAHARI
West African republic whose capital is Abuja NIGERIA
Largest French-speaking city in Belgium LIEGE
1911 novel by Edith Wharton ETHAN
Joe —, Widnes rugby league centre; 1984 Man of Steel award and Lance Todd Trophy winner LYDON
Adonis —, 1999-2001 WBO Super Flyweight champion RIVAS
Glasgow Warriors and Scotland rugby union back-row forward ADAM
Lyndon B —, US president from 1963-69 JOHNSON
Blue pigment obtained by powdering natural lapis lazuli ULTRAMARINE
Unit of length equal to 22 yards CHAIN
The —, 1902 piano rag by Scott Joplin used as the theme song for 1973 comedy-drama film The Sting ENTERTAINER
Fred —, Scottish comedian whose credits include BBC TV panel games Have I Got News For You and QI MACAULAY
Standard monetary unit of Malaysia RINGGIT
Large long-tailed tropical American parrot such as the Military — MACAW
1892 Sergei Rachmaninoff opera after Aleksander Pushkin’s poem The Gypsies ALEKO
Elaborate accompanied song for solo voice in an opera ARIA

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers November 5th 2017

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Clue Solution
1896 Savoy Opera by Gilbert and Sullivan subtitled The Statutory Duel THEGRANDDUKE
Michael —, actor who played the title role in ITV comedy-drama series Boon ELPHICK
Underground railway system, such as that in Paris METRO
Eric —, Monty Python member who wrote the book of Broadway musical Spamalot IDLE
County in England whose administrative centre is Dorchester DORSET
Hickory tree of the southern US with edible nuts PECAN
Band of inelastic tissue that attaches a muscle to a bone TENDON
Bobby —, 1939 Wimbledon singles tennis championship winner RIGGS
US state; capital Montgomery ALABAMA
1894 novel by George Moore ESTHERWATERS
1971 adventure film starring Michael York and Elke Sommer ZEPPELIN
Venomous snake such as the Banded — or Common — KRAIT
— River, US watercourse forming part of the border between Idaho and Oregon SNAKE
Peter —, actor who played Len Fairclough in ITV soap Coronation Street from 1961-83 ADAMSON
Three-handed card game using 32 cards SKAT
2004 stage work by Alan Bennett; 2006 Tony Award for Best Play winner THEHISTORY
2003 Grand National winner ridden by Barry Geraghty MONTYSPASS
2001 novel by Freya North FEN
Robin —, journalist and broadcaster who presented BBC TV programme Question Time from 1979-89 DAY
Name given to two groups of Greek islands in the Aegean Sea; the Northern — and Southern — SPORADES
Ferdinand —, German designer of the Volkswagen car PORSCHE
Oil port in SE Iraq; economic capital of the country BASRA
State bordering Saudi Arabia whose capital is Doha QATAR
Lillian —, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Duel in the Sun GISH

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers November 4th 2017

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Administrative centre of Suffolk IPSWICH
1977 studio album by Pink Floyd ANIMALS
River in Germany that flows through Wurzburg to the Rhine MAIN
Final release from the cycle of reincarnation in Buddhism and Hinduism NIRVANA
1993 family film starring Jason James Richter and Lori Petty FREE
Julian —, English guitarist and lutenist born in 1933 BREAM
Ancient country west of the Black Sea now divided between Turkey, Bulgaria and Greece THRACE
Herbaceous plant such as the Iceland — or Opium — POPPY
Singer-actor who played the title role in 1972 fantasy film The Pied Piper DONOVAN
Market town in East Dorset north of Poole WIMBORNE
Thick fleshy part of the back of the leg between the ankle and the knee CALF
Jessica —, US actress who portrayed Vera Miles in 2012 biopic Hitchcock BIEL
Britpop group whose hit albums include Parklife and The Magic Whip BLUR
— High Dam, structure on the River Nile formally inaugurated in 1971 ASWAN
Argentina midfield footballer signed by Tottenham Hotspur from Roma in 2013 ERIKLAMELA
Fruit dried to make currants, raisins or sultanas GRAPE
Amelie —, 2006 Australian Open and Wimbledon singles tennis championships winner MAURESMO
J E —, England Test cricketer who hit 200 not out against Sri Lanka at Lord’s in 2014 ROOT
Headland in New South Wales; easternmost point of mainland Australia CAPE
City and port in Pontevedra, NW Spain VIGO

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers November 3rd 2017

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1985 fantasy film starring Fairuza Balk and Nicol Williamson RETURNTOOZ
Nut-bearing tree of North America such as the pignut — or nutmeg — HICKORY
Claudio —, Chilean classical pianist who died in 1991 ARRAU
The —, Test cricket ground in London OVAL
Nick —, creator of animated characters Wallace and Gromit PARK
Umberto —, author of novels The Name of the Rose and Foucault’s Pendulum ECO
Black Country town in the West Midlands housing a castle and zoo DUDLEY
Palm tree native to Madagascar whose large leaves yield a fibre used for weaving RAFFIA
Mammal of the horse family also called a donkey ASS
2004 St Leger winner ridden by Kerrin McEvoy RULE
Series of six or more balls bowled by a cricketer OVER
Lightweight white linen or cotton cloth CAMBRIC
Former Scarlets, Bristol Rugby and Sale Sharks scrum-half; 2001 Wales Test debutant against Japan DWAYNEPEEL
2004 action film starring Brad Pitt and Eric Bana TROY
2012 novel by Elmore Leonard RAYLAN
Jake —, Leeds-born singer-songwriter who died in 2002 THACKRAY
Graeme —, cyclist whose 2003 autobiography is entitled Flying Scotsman OBREE
6, 1 Down and 16 1859 novel by George Meredith THEORDEALOF
1937 memoir by Karen Blixen OUTOFAFRICA
Long distance walking route in SW Republic of Ireland that begins and ends in Glengarriff, County Cork BEARAWAY
Short running attack in fencing FLECHE
Robert M —, 1987 winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics SOLOW
Character played by Bob Hoskins in 1991 adventure film Hook SMEE

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers November 2nd 2017

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Simon —, English golfer; 2006, 2009 and 2011 KLM Open tournament winner DYSON
2008 film musical starring Meryl Streep and Pierce Brosnan MAMMAMIA
Bernard —, actor who opened the Mermaid Theatre in London in 1959 MILES
City in Illinois, US north of Chicago on Lake Michigan EVANSTON
Starchy cereal used for puddings obtained from an Asian palm tree SAGO
Lake —, westernmost of the Great Lakes of North America SUPERIOR
City in England on the River Wear SUNDERLAND
Marsupial of the Americas also called the water opossum YAPOK
1997 biopic starring Judi Dench in the title role as Queen Victoria MRSBROWN
Virginia —, author of novels Mrs Dalloway and To the Lighthouse WOOLF
Organisation formed in 1961 to administer a common policy for the sale of petroleum OPEC
Max —, English actor-comedian whose creations included Professor Wallofski WALL
Jan —, prime minister of South Africa from 1939-48 SMUTS
Natalie —, singer-actress who played Lorna Campbell in 2003 film comedy Johnny English IMBRUGLIA
Pierre Choderlos de —, French author of four-volume novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses LACLOS
John Philip —, US composer of marches The Stars and Stripes Forever and Semper Fidelis SOUSA
Hard grey metal; symbol Mn MANGANESE
Yasujiro —, Japanese director of film dramas Tokyo Story and Early Spring OZU
Comedian-actor married to Dawn French from 1984-2010 LENNY
Tropical plant of the East Indies cultivated for its small oval seeds SESAME
2012 comedy-drama film starring Julianne Hough and Diego Boneta ROCKOF
John —, 1993 BDO World Darts Championship winner LOWE
Paul —, actor who played Calvin Weir-Fields in 2012 comedy-drama film Ruby Sparks DANO

Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers November 1st 2017

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1988 Mike Leigh comedy-drama film starring Phil Davis and Ruth Sheen HIGHHOPES
1991 family film starring Dustin Hoffman in the title role HOOK
Rough skin of certain sharks and rays, used as an abrasive SHAGREEN
Chris —, former Tottenham Hotspur, Newcastle United, Sheffield Wednesday and England footballer; Burnley manager from 1997-98 WADDLE
Joseph —, prime minister of Australia from 1931-39 LYONS
Steven —, actor and playwright whose verse plays include East and Greek BERKOFF
The —, British story paper published from 1907-39 GEM
George —, US photographic equipment pioneer who popularised the use of roll film EASTMAN
Tropical American tree whose edible fruit has pink juicy flesh GUAVA
George Frederick —, composer whose Water Music collection premiered in 1717 HANDEL
2009 animated film featuring the voice talent of Dakota Fanning in the title role CORALINE
That part of the lower back also called the lumbus LOIN
English golfer; 1993 Canon European Masters tournament winner BARRYLANE
1900 collection of short stories by Ernest Bramah THEWALLET
Name, until 1957, of Ghana GOLDCOAST
Henrik —, author of stage plays Hedda Gabler and The League of Youth IBSEN
Capital of North Holland, the Netherlands HAARLEM
Sword similar to the foil but with a larger guard EPEE
1866 one-act comic opera by Arthur Sullivan and F C Burnand COXANDBOX
Author of novels The Famished Road and In Arcadia BEN
Jan-Michael —, Delray Beach International Tennis Championships singles tournament winner in 2001 and 2003 GAMBILL
Charlie —, actor who starred as Bud Fox in 1987 film drama Wall Street SHEEN
Island in the Inner Hebrides; site of an abbey founded by St Columba IONA
1918 novel by Wyndham Lewis featuring the character Otto Kreisler TARR