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|Mirror Quiz crossword of July 12th, 2019 other clues|
|Exhibition centre opened in 1927; former home of the Glasgow Museum of Transport|
|Adam —, England, Liverpool and former Southampton midfield footballer|
|Chelsea FC scorer in the 1971 European Cup Winners’ Cup Final and replay|
|Mixture of smoke, fog and chemical fumes|
|2005 crime film featuring Bruce Willis and Mickey Rourke|
|Historic county of Northern Ireland famous for the Giant's Causeway|
|The —, opera by Dmitri Shostakovich first performed in full in 1930|
|Genus of deer that includes the chital|
|US comedienne and actress born Marietta Sangai Sirleaf in 1970|
|English name of Roman comic dramatist Publius Terentius Afer whose works include Andria and Eunuchus|
|Jacques —, 1997 F1 World Drivers’ Championship winner|
|W K —, US food manufacturer associated with breakfast cereal cornflakes|
|Hawaiian feast of food, drink and entertainment|
|Style of handwriting with the letters slanting to the right|
|1929 opera by Elisabeth Hauptmann, Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill|
|Plant in Greek mythology whose fruit induced forgetfulness in those who ate it|
|Town in Somerset; reputed burial place of King Arthur|
|Highest title that can be awarded to a player by world chess organisation FIDE|
|English county; administrative centre Truro|
|1987 romcom starring Steve Martin and Daryl Hannah|
|Frederick —, British choreographer of 1931 ballet Facade|
|Member of a people of Rwanda and Burundi|
|Official language of Pakistan also spoken in India|
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