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|Mirror Quiz crossword of August 9th, 2018 other clues|
|Old Testament city destroyed by God for its wickedness|
|Tom —, a Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Platoon|
|Charles G —, US vice president from 1925-29|
|Author of novels About A Boy and A Long Way Down|
|Kate —, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for The Prince of Tides|
|Stirling —, F1 World Drivers' Championship runner-up from 1955-57|
|Henry —, 1978 Commonwealth 5000m gold medallist|
|Hindu trinity of the gods Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva|
|Italian football club; 1961 European Cup Winners' Cup Final winners|
|City and major oil centre in Oklahoma, US, on the Arkansas River|
|Helen —, author of 2013 novel Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy|
|George —, actor who played Norm in US television sitcom Cheers|
|1983 thriller starring Clint Eastwood as Harry Callahan|
|1940 historical novel by John Cowper Powys|
|Measure of capacity for dry goods equal to a half a kenning or quarter of a bushel|
|Gulf of —, northernmost part of the Ligurian Sea|
|1415 battle in France won by England under Henry V|
|Capital of Aube, N France, on the River Seine|
|Cathedral city in Transylvania, Romania, housing an international airport|
|Port in SW Scotland housing the Wallace Tower|
|Another name for a catkin|
|1955 crime film starring Jean Servais and Robert Hossein|
|Ivan —, 1989 Australian Open singles tennis championship winner|
|Another name for large marine fish the tunny|
|Department of France; capital Carcassonne|
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