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|Mirror Quiz crossword of March 22nd, 2019 other clues|
|2002 novel by Sophie Kinsella|
|Philip —, Foreign Secretary from 2014-16|
|Central and South American omnivorous mammal of the raccoon family|
|Bob —, General Secretary of the RMT from 2002-14|
|Variety of lettuce with a long slender head|
|Loch —, body of water in Scotland east of Fort William between Loch Treig and Loch Ericht|
|John —, actor who played Jonathan Carnahan in action films The Mummy and The Mummy Returns|
|Internationally recognised distress signal used by ships and aircraft|
|Sports stadium in Auckland, New Zealand; 2011 Rugby World Cup Final venue|
|Augustus —, London-born artist and traveller attached to HMS Beagle from 1831-32|
|Virginie —, 2007 Japan Open singles tennis tournament winner|
|1978 novel by Molly Parkin|
|P V —, West Indies Test cricketer who hit 110 against Australia in Melbourne in 1992|
|Native or inhabitant of the Orkney Islands|
|Old Testament father of Jacob and Esau|
|1861 novel by Charles Reade|
|See 1 Across|
|Roger —, Irish nationalist hanged by the British for treason in 1916|
|Emile —, France and Toulouse rugby union wing; first player to score a try in the Heineken Cup|
|Small mouse-like long-snouted mammal such as the common —|
|1907 novel by L Frank Baum|
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