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Large hard grains of wheat used for puddings and soups crossword clue


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Mirror Quiz crossword of August 10th, 2017 other clues
Ben —, golfer who won the 1948 US Open Championship
Manchester-based speedway team; National League champions from 1933-36
Simon —, former BBC Radio 1 and Radio 2 presenter associated with the feature Our Tune
The —, 1939 war film starring Conrad Veidt and Valerie Hobson also known as U-Boat 29
Eleventh sign of the zodiac; the Water Carrier
Almost horizontal passage driven into a mine for access or drainage
US computer software executive who cofounded Microsoft with Paul Allen
Mythological creature slayed and skinned by Heracles as the first of his twelve labours
Former small coin of France worth three deniers
Daniel —, Irish nationalist leader known as The Liberator who died in 1847
See 16
Bryan —, South Africa winger who scored four tries in the 59-7 2007 Rugby World Cup win over Samoa
See 7 Across
Military cap with a circular top and horizontal peak
— Theatre, building in Southwark, London, built in 1599
Author of 1945 novel The Bridge on the Drina; 1961 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature
1959 stage play by Jean Anouilh
Muriel —, author of novels The Girls of Slender Means and The Finishing School
Sheltered inlet between North Mainland and Northmavine, Shetland Islands, housing a petroleum terminal
River of North Yorkshire that flows to the Swale to form the Ouse
Nikolai —, author of 1842 novel Dead Souls
Laurence —, author of 1914 poem For the Fallen
Ancient town of Asia Minor famed for the story of Hero and Leander
— Islands, group off the coast of Northumberland housing a bird sanctuary
Perennial plant such as the Turk's Cap — or Tiger —
The —, one of three ships commanded by Christopher Columbus in 1492

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