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|Mirror Quiz crossword of December 5th, 2017 other clues|
|2008 novel by Marian Keyes|
|District of Liverpool after which a Premier League football club is named|
|Erik —, French composer of 1917 ballet Parade|
|Asian republic; capital Tehran|
|Ian —, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for The Flight of the Phoenix|
|Large inlet of northern South Island, New Zealand whose chief towns include Nelson|
|2006 novel by Douglas Coupland|
|1976 novel by William Goldman|
|In music, a group of three equal notes played in a time value of two or four|
|1985 novel by Larry McMurtry|
|2004 comedy-drama film starring Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden Church|
|In mathematics, an angle of less than 90 degrees|
|1980 film drama starring Gary Busey and Jodie Foster|
|1997 film drama starring Morgan Freeman and Anthony Hopkins|
|Small flying insect known to bite|
|BBC TV documentary/reality series presented by Esther Rantzen whose featured amateurs included singer Sheena Easton and cook Gwen Troake|
|Folke —, Swedish diplomat and UN Security Council mediator assassinated in 1948|
|See 6 Across|
|See 15 Across|
|Former French gold coin worth 20 francs|
|US city; state capital of Mississippi before Jackson|
|One of The Three Musketeers in works by Alexandre Dumas|
|Reddish-brown glandular organ of the body that stores glycogen|
|Diluted drink of rum issued to the British Navy whose name derived from the nickname of admiral Edward Vernon|
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