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Mirror Quiz crossword of August 2nd, 2018 other clues
Judy —, 1982, 1994 and 1998 Commonwealth shot gold medallist
C S —, author of novels The Commodore and Lord Hornblower
Melanie —, 2011 US Open mixed doubles tennis championship winner with Jack Sock
Rugby union full back; 1962 Wales Test debutant against England
Executioner in William Shakespeare play Measure for Measure
1957 novel by Vladimir Nabokov
Constellation between Octans and Telescopium known as the peacock
1998-2000 Champion Hurdle winner ridden by Charlie Swan
Author of novels The House of Rumour and The Fatal Tree
Russell —, author of novels Riddley Walker and Kleinzeit
John —, Scottish artist whose works include 1767 oil King Lear in the Storm
Capital of Haut-Uele, DR Congo, served by Matari Airport
H K —, Zimbabwe Test cricketer who took 5-70 against India in Harare in 1998
1989 comedy starring Tim Robbins in the title role
State-owned airline created in 1939 by a merger of Imperial Airways and British Airways (inits)
Large dog of Italy and Switzerland originally kept as a search and rescue animal
Andre —, French poet who published the first Surrealist manifesto in 1924
Tony —, rugby union flanker; 1971 England Test debutant against Wales
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Roman goddess of abundance and fertility
John —, author of novels The Sot-Weed Factor and Giles Goat-Boy
C A —, India Test cricketer who hit an unbeaten 206 against England in Ahmedabad in 2012
Zachary —, actor who played Spock in 2009 action film Star Trek
2001 PGA Championship winner
2014 drama starring Russell Crowe in the title role
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