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Department of France; capital Moulins crossword clue


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Mirror Quiz crossword of October 22nd, 2018 other clues
Andrea —, 1975 European Indoor Championships 60m gold medallist
Ian —, 1958 Commonwealth 220 yds butterfly swimming gold medallist
Freddie —, entrepreneur associated with the Skytrain project who died in 2006
1954 biopic starring Marlon Brando as Napoleon Bonaparte
1993 novel by Danielle Steel
Comedian-actor who plays the title role in BBC TV series Jonathan Creek
See 13
Peter —, 17th-century painter whose works include Girl with a Parrot and Two Ladies of the Lake Family
High Court judge in the Isle of Man
Honey-yielding tree also called the Chilean wine palm
Medieval stringed instrument resembling the violin
Stacy —, US actor who played the title role in 1974 film drama Luther
Michael —, Aberdeen-born dancer-choreographer who started his own company in 1984
Territory of NW Canada; capital Whitehorse
Walter —, US manufacturer who introduced the Plymouth motor car in 1928
Joe —, violinist and bandleader whose signature tune was In the Mood
Arcangelo —, Italian violinist and composer born in 1653 noted for his Twelve concerti grossi
2000 novel by Catherine Alliott
Alfred —, Austrian psychiatrist; author of The Neurotic Character and The Practice and Theory of Individual Psychology
Actor who played the title role in 1949 film drama The Bad Lord Byron
Castle and residence of the royal family in SW Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Rene —, French Art Nouveau designer noted for his frosted glassware
Daniel —, author of 1719 novel Robinson Crusoe
River upon which Rome, Italy, stands
Bluish-white metallic element; symbol Zn

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