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|Mirror Quiz crossword of April 14th, 2015 other clues|
|1958 film musical starring Rossano Brazzi and Mitzi Gaynor|
|Any of a series of Soviet satellites, such as — I, launched in 1957|
|Author of the novels Game Over and Playing Away|
|Island in the Inner Hebrides; site of an abbey founded by St Columba|
|1875 opera by Georges Bizet|
|The —, 1971 book for children by Dr Seuss|
|BBC TV comedy-drama series starring Ricky Gervais and Ashley Jensen|
|1998 action film starring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker|
|One of The Three Musketeers in works by Alexandre Dumas|
|US city in California that houses Disneyland Park|
|The —, 2002 novel by Zadie Smith|
|Member of the French Protestants of the 16th and 17th centuries influenced by John Calvin|
|Industrial city and port in north-west Belgium formerly known for its cloth industry|
|See 9 Across|
|1969 film comedy starring Peter Ustinov in the title role|
|Large freshwater game and food fish of Europe, Asia and North America with long, narrow jaws|
|Eurasian deciduous tree with stalkless acorns|
|1994 comedy-drama film starring Robin Williams|
|Variety of lettuce with a long slender head|
|1983 novel by Bernard MacLaverty|
|Stieg —, Swedish author of the Millennium novel trilogy|
|Island in the Pacific Ocean; the world's smallest republic|
|US port and resort on the west coast of Florida|
|See 16 Across|
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