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|Mirror Quiz crossword of June 12th, 2017 other clues|
|Liz —, national poet of Scotland from 2011-16|
|Charles Gounod opera premiered in 1860 based on a mythological tale of an old married couple|
|Airline; flag carrier of Israel|
|1970 film drama featuring Sarah Miles in the title role|
|Spa town in Savoie, France, noted for its hot sulphur springs|
|Yellowish resin secreted by the lac insect used in the manufacture of gramophone records|
|1987 Stephen King novel featuring the character Paul Sheldon|
|Antonio —, Italian composer of operas Falstaff and Tarare|
|1941 Agatha Christie novel featuring Tommy and Tuppence Beresford|
|Small curved metal instrument used in ancient times to scrape dirt and sweat from the body|
|In World War I, a soldier serving with the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps|
|Felix —, founder of a school of fine art in London in 1871|
|The —, 2001 film thriller starring Thora Birch and Desmond Harrington|
|1916 Arnold Bennett novel in The Clayhanger Family series|
|1998 animated film based on a Chinese legend whose title character is voiced by Ming-Na Wen|
|Village in Gloucestershire; home and final resting place of author Laurie Lee|
|— Desert, arid plateau of South Africa, Namibia and Botswana|
|Unit of quantity equal to 12 dozen|
|European republic; capital Sofia|
|Tree or large shrub with rounded leaves and edible brown nuts|
|Town in Skane, Sweden, associated with fictional detective Kurt Wallander|
|Name of the first dog in space|
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