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Indoor version of baseball invented by George Hancock in 1887 crossword clue


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Mirror Quiz crossword of May 24th, 2018 other clues
Badminton shot played to the back of the opponent's court
Seaport and capital of Kanagawa Prefecture, Honshu, Japan
Steve —, 1980 Olympic 800m gold medallist
Papua New Guinea and Melbourne Storm wing/centre who played against England in the 2017 Rugby League World Cup quarter-finals
Leguminous West Indian shrub; a source of indigo
Muse of history in Greek mythology
Capital of Chad
Jack —, Labour MP for Copeland from 1983-2005; Shadow Foreign Secretary from 1992-94
Max —, German composer and organist who died in 1916
Christina —, 19th-century English poet whose works include Remember and The Lambs of Grasmere
D J —, West Indies Test cricketer who took 6-55 against England at Old Trafford in 2004
1926 novel by Dorothy L Sayers featuring Lord Peter Wimsey
Group whose debut album An Awesome Wave won the 2012 Mercury Prize
A J —, US motor racing driver; 1967 24 Hours of Le Mans winner with Dan Gurney
Ridge in NW Israel extending from the Samarian Hills to the Mediterranean
Kurt —, detective creation of Henning Mankell in Faceless Killers and subsequent novels
See 4
Tony —, 1985-86 WBA Heavyweight champion
See 1
City in Israel housing Ben Gurion International Airport
Capital and chief port of Senegal
Marcus Tullius —, Roman statesman and orator assassinated in 43 BC
Theodor W —, Frankfurt-born philosopher whose writings include Prisms and Negative Dialectics
Capital of Gard, France, whose Roman remains include the Maison Carree
City of the Philistines from which Goliath came
Golda —, prime minister of Israel from 1969-74

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