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|Mirror Quiz crossword of December 15th, 2018 other clues|
|1991 comedy-drama film starring Gena Rowlands and Winona Ryder|
|Winner, with Frederick Loewe, of the 1957 Best Musical Tony Award winner for My Fair Lady|
|US and Canadian Mennonite sect tracing its origin to Jakob Amman|
|Philipp —, Germany defender and midfielder; 2014 FIFA World Cup Final winner|
|Musical instruction to perform a piece quickly in a brisk lively manner|
|Tom —, 2005-17 Leicester Tigers back-rower; 2008 England Test debutant against France|
|Nigel —, 2010-16 UK Independence Party leader|
|1966 film drama starring Jennifer Jones and Michael Parks|
|1955 film drama starring Ernest Borgnine in the title role|
|The —, 2012 action film starring Ray Winstone and Ben Drew|
|1998 romcom featuring, directed and co-written by John Turturro|
|Benjamin —, 18th-century English inventor of crucible steel|
|Large colourful deep-sea creature also called a moonfish|
|The —, 1977 crime-comedy film starring Art Carney and Lily Tomlin|
|US jazz saxophonist known as The Sound who died in 1991|
|Jessica —, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Blue Sky|
|1911 novel by Edith Wharton|
|1875 R D Blackmore novel subtitled A Tale of the South Downs|
|Number of sheets of paper equal to 20 quires|
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