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1964 Olympic women's 800m gold medallist crossword clue


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Mirror Quiz crossword of June 9th, 2016 other clues
Antelope also called a wildebeest
Form of clay-pigeon shooting in which targets are hurled from two traps at varying speeds and angles
Harry —, US actor who played Perseus in 1981 action film Clash of the Titans
Sea god in classical mythology whose wife was Doris
Dried oil-yielding kernel of the coconut
S D —, Hampshire cricketer; 2005 England Test debutant against Pakistan at Multan
Professional name of Russian-born designer Romain de Tirtoff
Josiah —, 18th-century founder of a pottery manufactory in Stoke
Set of outer clothes popular in the 1940s consisting of a long coat with wide padded shoulders and pegged trousers
Lawrence —, explorer who died on the second Antarctic expedition of R F Scott
Suburb of Wollongong, Australia, that includes an artificial port and industrial complex
Capital of Chile
Small metal bar set across the fingerboard of a guitar
Maurice —, 1979-81 WBC Light Middleweight champion
Marsh plant also called bogbean with hairy white or pink flowers
Native American tribe that moved to the Everglades following the Seminole Wars
Racehorse of the year at the 2013 Cartier Racing Awards
2000 volume of short stories by Helen Dunmore
John —, 1989 World Indoor Championships 200m gold medallist
The —, historical instrument of punishment consisting of a heavy wooden frame with holes for the feet
The —, 1976 novel by Peter Benchley
Animal representing the zodiac sign Capricorn
West Yorkshire town; birthplace of Thomas Chippendale
2002 novel by Sue Townsend
Burmese diplomat; third Secretary-General of the United Nations
Capital of Bulgaria

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