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|Mirror Quiz crossword of January 9th, 2017 other clues|
|Director of films Somers Town and A Room for Romeo Brass|
|Dora —, actress who played Amber Spottiswood in 1966 film comedy The Great St Trinian's Train Robbery|
|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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