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Mirror Quiz crossword of December 20th, 2017 other clues
1923 Dorothy L Sayers mystery novel featuring Lord Peter Wimsey
1979 action film starring Roger Moore as James Bond
J Bruce —, chairman of the White Star Line shipping company portrayed on screen by Jonathan Hyde in 1997 film Titanic
1847 novel by Benjamin Disraeli subtitled The New Crusade
J D —, author of novels Divided in Death and Origin in Death
1992 film comedy starring Whoopi Goldberg and Maggie Smith
Geoffrey —, Labour MP for Ashfield from 1992-2010; Secretary of State for Defence from 1999-2005
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1970s ITV sitcom starring Richard O'Sullivan in the title role
James —, Labour MP for South Shields from 1935-64; Home Secretary from 1945-51
State of NW Mexico; capital Hermosillo
Edmundo —, Trinidad-born bandleader and nightclub owner who died in 2011
1939 novel by Rumer Godden
Water plant of the genus Typha also called reed mace
I R —, Australia Test cricketer who hit 159 not out against New Zealand in Auckland in 1974
Badminton shot played to the back of the opponent's court
BBC TV animated series for children based on books by Michael and Joanne Cole
Jimmy —, London-based shoe and handbag designer
Alfred —, French army officer whose imprisonment for treason in 1894 raised issues of anti-Semitism
Wife of Cronus and mother of Zeus in Greek mythology
Berkshire horse racecourse that hosts the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes
Anton —, English actor who played Fagin in BBC TV drama series Dickensian
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Zola —, 1985 and 1986 World Cross Country Championships senior women’s gold medallist
1983 Bill Forsyth comedy-drama film starring Peter Riegert, Denis Lawson and Burt Lancaster

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