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|Mirror Quiz crossword of January 17th, 2019 other clues|
|Yellow-flowered shrub used as an emblem by Plantagenet kings|
|Rod —, tennis player; 1962 and 1969 calendar-year Grand Slam winner|
|2009 novel by Tracy Chevalier|
|1990 comedy-drama film starring Cher and Bob Hoskins|
|Steffi —, Australian Open singles tennis championship winner from 1988-90 and 1994|
|Pacific island; capital Hagatna|
|See 6 Down|
|1961 comedy-musical film starring Elvis Presley and Joan Blackman|
|French balloonist born Gaspard-Felix Tournachon credited with having taken the first aerial photographs in 1858|
|Marc —, 1993-2004 Netherlands winger at Arsenal FC from 1997-2000|
|Strong fine cotton thread or fabric named after its original place of manufacture in France|
|William —, US composer of operas McTeague, A View from the Bridge and A Wedding|
|Series of six or more balls bowled by a cricketer|
|New Zealand forest parrot with a long curved beak|
|Small rorqual whale with a white band on each flipper|
|1982 film drama starring Jack Nicholson and Harvey Keitel|
|2010 film thriller starring Mel Gibson and Ray Winstone|
|Middle daughter of King Lear in the William Shakespeare play of that name|
|See 10 Across|
|1988 film thriller starring Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan|
|Collective noun for a flock of geese in flight|
|Cocktail of dry gin and vermouth served with a pickled pearl onion|
|Plant with a milky sap and small flowers such as the wood — or sun —|
|Seretse —, president of Botswana from 1966-80|
|Rachel —, actress who portrayed Queen Isabella in 1992 biopic Christopher Columbus: The Discovery|
|City in NE Romania; a former capital of the country|
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