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Mirror Quiz crossword of January 9th, 2017 other clues
Director of films Somers Town and A Room for Romeo Brass
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Georges —, French composer of 1925 ballet Les Matelots
Children's animated television programme whose characters include Bani Moukerjee and Idris the Dragon
European songbird, the male of which has a bright orange-red tail
Pam —, playwright who authored 1978 musical biography Piaf
New Zealand-born Wales and British and Irish Lions rugby union coach
Member of a people of Rwanda and Burundi
1988 novel by Elizabeth Linington
The —, 1978 horror film starring Michael Caine and Katharine Ross
Brother of Eadwig who became king of England in 959
Alloy of iron and nickel discovered by Charles Edouard Guillaume
King of Judaea from 37-4 BC
Colourless toxic liquid; the principal alkaloid in tobacco
Marcelo —, 1998 Australian Open singles tennis championship runner-up
Another name for the aardvark
1929 novel by Rebecca West
Liquid measure equal to about one and three-quarter pints
Aria sung by Calaf in Act III of 1926 Giacomo Puccini opera Turandot
Chris —, Scotland rugby union all-time appearances and points record holder
Philip —, composer of operas Satyagraha and Akhnaten
Moon of Jupiter named after the daughter of Orchomenus in Greek mythology

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