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Mirror Quiz crossword of September 16th, 2018 other clues
2009 novel by Anne Tyler
Young goose
Ahsee —, Samoa and Northampton Saints rugby union full-back
1979 Derby winner ridden by Willie Carson
1999-2001 Channel 4 comedy series written by and starring Jessica Stevenson and Simon Pegg
In Judaism, the scroll on which the Pentateuch is written
F —, author of novels The Tinted Venus and Vice Versa
Gullible character in the Uncle Remus folk tales compiled by Joel Chandler Harris
City in Gipuzkoa, Spain; former home of Serveta scooters
Either of the two large flat triangular bones also called a shoulder blade
1995 novel by Irvine Welsh
See 13
Savoury jelly based on meat or fish stock used as a mould for meat or vegetables
River in Russia; longest in Europe
2001 novel by James Siegel
Mountain in Greek mythology sandwiched between Olympus and Pelion by Otus and Ephialtes
See 22 Across
Piet —, Dutch detective created by Nicholas Freeling who first appeared in 1962 novel Love in Amsterdam
Adolphe —, inventor of the saxophone
2009 novel by Alexander McCall Smith
Chemical weapon such as pepper spray
Berkshire horse racecourse that hosts the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes
Plant of the aster family with yellow button-like flowers
See 16 Across

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