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|Mirror Quiz crossword of June 27th, 2015 other clues|
|Sponge cake spread with jam and cream and shaped into a cylinder|
|Small container filled with explosive thrown by hand|
|Hand tool used for cutting and shaping wood|
|Cricket team; winners of the County Championship in 1991 and 1992|
|Small constellation neighbouring Carina in the southern sky that represents a flying fish|
|C A —, West Indies Test cricketer who took 5-54 against India in 1987 at both Delhi and Mumbai|
|Fernando —, WBC Bantamweight champion from 2010-11|
|1855 novel by Charles Kingsley|
|Method of training a horse to perform manoeuvres in response to the body signals of its rider|
|Plant related to the onion; a national emblem of Wales|
|Ian —, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Chariots of Fire|
|In music, the sign that, when placed before a note, lowers it in pitch by a semitone|
|Lion in The Chronicles of Narnia by C S Lewis|
|Nickname of Edinburgh; Old Smokey|
|Edgar —, painter and sculptor whose works include 1877's Dancers Practicing at the Barre|
|Creator of fictional detective and gourmand Nero Wolfe|
|Edward —, 19th-century English humorist noted for nonsense poems such as The Jumblies|
|The —, Dmitri Shostakovich opera first performed in full in 1930|
|Naum —, Russian sculptor whose works include 1930's Construction in a Niche|
|Beth —, uneven bars gold medallist at the 2006 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|
|Seaport in eastern Dorset|
|Emilio —, actor whose roles have included William H Bonney in 1988 action film Young Guns|
|Author of 1989 novel The Joy Luck Club|
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