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Mirror Quiz crossword of July 5th, 2017 other clues
Port in Spain that hosted the 1992 Summer Olympics
— Khan, former light-welterweight world champion
Dwarf who guards the Rhinegold in 1876 work The Ring of the Nibelung by Richard Wagner
Ronald —, US president from 1981-89
John —, Kenyan runner; 2007-09 winner of the Belfast City Marathon
Yvonne —, actress who played Lily Munster in 1960s US television series The Munsters
Plant whose leafstalks are cooked, sweetened and eaten as a dessert
1987 stage play by Robert Harling featuring the characters Truvy, Claire and Shelby
John —, Best Director Oscar winner for The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Seaport and capital of Kanagawa Prefecture, Honshu, Japan
Goddess of youth and spring in Greek mythology
Ethel —, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar winner for None but the Lonely Heart
Genus of trees including that known as the Tree of Heaven
— Islands, group of over 6,000 in the Gulf of Bothnia under Finnish administration
1972 film musical starring Liza Minnelli as Sally Bowles
Ancient Greek stringed instrument made of a resonating tortoise shell
Part of a violin supporting the fingerboard
Joseph —, English chemist born in 1733 often credited with the discovery of oxygen
2001 film comedy starring, co-written and directed by Ben Stiller
Small European brown flatfish covered with rough scales
Johnny —, WBA Bantamweight champion from 2002-04
West African republic; capital Accra
Hindu system of meditation and asceticism
Capital of West Germany from 1949-90

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