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|Mirror Quiz crossword of October 23rd, 2017 other clues|
|Eric —, Scotland-born folk singer-songwriter whose works include And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda|
|2009 film drama starring Jeff Bridges and Maggie Gyllenhaal|
|Rugby league forward signed by Wakefield Trinity from Cronulla Sharks for 2016|
|2003 film drama starring Holly Hunter and Evan Rachel Wood|
|Thomas —, US actor who starred as David Drayton in 2007 horror film The Mist|
|Claudio —, principal conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra appointed in 1979|
|The —, 1779 stage play by R B Sheridan|
|Peter —, 17th-century painter whose works include Girl with a Parrot and Two Ladies of the Lake Family|
|Stairway in Rome leading up to the church of the Santissima Trinita dei Monti|
|Colourless gas formed by an electric discharge in water|
|Thomas —, English author of 1675 stage play Alcibiades|
|Masashi —, Japanese golfer; 1972 New Zealand PGA Championship winner|
|Angular distance in degrees north or south of the equator|
|J Arthur —, British entrepreneur who co-founded Pinewood Studios|
|Mountaineering and ski resort in Valais, Switzerland at the foot of the Matterhorn|
|2007 novel by Catherine O'Flynn|
|Bill —, England Test cricketer who hit 123 against Pakistan at Lord's in 1987|
|2000 novel by J G Ballard|
|Eurasian plant of the rose family with clusters of small creamy white flowers|
|Capital of Northern Ireland|
|Anne —, actress who played Marion Crane in 1998 film thriller Psycho|
|See 11 Across|
|Collective noun for a group of snipe|
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