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|Mirror Quiz crossword of February 2nd, 2018 other clues|
|Gustav Holst suite for orchestra in seven movements that premiered in 1918|
|Genus of cactus that includes the prickly pear|
|1967 volume of prose and verse by Ted Hughes|
|Daughter of Aeneas and Lavinia and mother of Romulus and Remus in Roman legend|
|Richard —, actor who portrayed George Putnam in 2009 biopic Amelia|
|Type of Algerian popular music|
|Martin —, German leader of the Protestant Reformation who died in 1546|
|1980 horror film starring Adrienne Barbeau and Jamie Lee Curtis|
|— Cup, premier international women's tennis team competition, last won by the United States in 2017|
|Mixture of smoke, fog and chemical fumes|
|Bert —, actor who played Professor Spats in 1968 comedy-drama film The Night They Raided Minsky's|
|1974 novel by Gore Vidal|
|Capital and chief port of Thailand|
|The —, 1985 novel by Anne Tyler|
|William —, English painter whose works include The Golden Age and The Judgement of Paris|
|Richard —, palaeoanthropologist and conservationist born in Kenya in 1944|
|Capital of India|
|A J —, England Test cricketer who took 5-44 against Australia at Nottingham in 2001|
|Dry white wine from Nievre department, central France|
|Henry —, son of John of Gaunt; king of England from 1399 to 1413|
|Capital of Finland|
|2011 2,000 Guineas winner ridden by Tom Queally|
|1961 novel by Elmore Leonard|
|Classical order of architecture characterised by a column with no base and a heavy fluted shaft|
|Small flying insect resembling a mosquito|
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