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Mirror Quiz crossword of February 23rd, 2018 other clues
North American woodland plant of the buttercup family whose yellow root is used for digestive and pelvic inflammatory disorders
Cathedral city in Haute-Vienne, central France, famous for its ceramics industry
Garlic mayonnaise
City in Valle del Cauca, SW Colombia, that hosted the 1971 Pan American Games
2000 biopic about James Joyce featuring Susan Lynch in the title role
Diving bird of northern oceans with a black and white plumage
Christopher —, 2002 Hamburg Marathon men's race winner
Actress who played the title role in 1989 biopic Blaze
Rugby union flanker; 1967 New Zealand Test debutant against France
Ancient Phoenician port in southern Lebanon known for the production of a rare sort of purple dye
River rising in northern France that flows through Belgium into the North Sea at Nieuwpoort
Walter —, golfer who won The Open Championship in 1929
See 15
Type of percussion orchestra common in the East Indies
Racing toboggan on which riders lie supine
London railway station opened in 1837
2005 Broadway stage musical adapted from 1975 film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Monetary unit of Israel worth one hundredth of a shekel
2001 comedy film starring Martin Lawrence and Marsha Thomason
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Moses —, 1995 World Championships 3,000m steeplechase gold medallist
Administrative centre of Suffolk
Dalton —, author of novels Eclipse and Johnny Got His Gun
Parminder —, actress who played Dr Neela Rasgotra in US television series ER
Long-haired sheepdog also called a Hungarian Water Dog

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