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Mirror Quiz crossword of October 2nd, 2016 other clues
2013 novel by Anne Perry
Language native to Mexico historically known as Aztec
Town in Egypt on the River Nile noted for its temple built by Amenhotep III
Peter —, 17th-century painter whose works include Girl with a Parrot and Two Ladies of the Lake Family
Joseph —, author of novels The Secret Agent, Lord Jim and Nostromo
French city; capital of the former duchy of Burgundy
Villainous usurer in 1841 Charles Dickens novel The Old Curiosity Shop
Green-blue colour; the complementary of red
Marat —, winner of the 2000 US Open men's singles tennis championship
One of the three gorgons in Greek mythology
Edouard —, French founder in 1888 with brother Andre of a tyre manufacturing company
Large desert-living African antelope with long twisted horns
Cheese made in the district of Melton Mowbray named after a place in Cambridgeshire
Jacky —, Belgian F1 driver who won the 1972 German GP
Asian republic whose capital is Dhaka
Housekeeper in 1938 novel Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier
Score of nothing in certain games
Alex —, Liverpudlian film director whose works include Walker and Straight to Hell
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland from 1976-79
M H —, England Test cricketer who hit 188 against Australia at Melbourne in 1975
University city in West Yorkshire that hosts an international piano competition
Donald —, Republican Party nominee for president of the United States in the 2016 election
1993 science fiction novel by Stephen Baxter

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