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Mirror Quiz crossword of September 18th, 2016 other clues
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Aquatic free-swimming animals that inhabit the middle depths of a sea
Edith —, French singer known as the Little Sparrow
Nancy —, first woman to sit as an MP in the House of Commons
Perch-shaped fish of a dark olive green colour
2005 biopic starring David Strathairn as Edward R Murrow
M D —, England Test cricketer who hit 99 against New Zealand at Auckland in 1988
The —, 2002 novel by Frederic Tuten
2015 action film starring Daniel Craig and Christoph Waltz
Collective noun for a group of quail
Native American woman who married English settler John Rolfe in 1614
The —, 1996 comedy-drama film starring Colm Meaney and Donal O'Kelly
1999 memoir by Frank McCourt
Billie —, winner of a BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress for 1972 BBC drama series The Sextet
1997 comedy-crime film starring Tobey Maguire and Amy Hathaway
Jim —, US hero of the Texas revolution against Mexico who popularised a type of fighting knife
Fermin —, 1992 Olympic men's 1,500m gold medallist
Barry —, co-creator and co-writer of BBC Radio comedy show Round the Horne

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