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|Mirror Quiz crossword of September 18th, 2017 other clues|
|Alan —, alias used by film directors when they disown a project, as Dennis Hopper did with 1990’s Catchfire|
|Elephant in stories for children by Jean de Brunhoff|
|Yitzhak —, prime minister of Israel from 1992-95|
|Unit of length, one twelfth of a foot|
|1930 stage play by Agatha Christie|
|Sculpture, painting or drawing of the dead Christ supported by the Virgin Mary|
|1990 Woody Allen film comedy starring Mia Farrow in the title role|
|Alessandro —, Italian Baroque sculptor whose works include the Fuga d'Attila relief and Portrait of Camillo Pamphili|
|Knight of the Round Table and lover of Queen Guinevere in Arthurian legend|
|Standard unit of currency of Ethiopia|
|Flowering plant of the daisy family with an edible root also called Purple salsify|
|Roman poet whose works include Ars Amatoria|
|Capital of Australia|
|Place near Jerusalem where, according to the Hebrew Bible, children were sacrificed|
|River upon which Rome, Italy stands|
|River in Hades in Greek mythology that caused forgetfulness in those who drank from it|
|Character in Greek mythology bound to a perpetually turning fiery wheel by Hermes on the orders of Zeus|
|1961 film comedy starring Tony Hancock and George Sanders|
|Racing toboggan on which riders lie supine|
|Capital of Wales|
|Duke of —, Allied commander-in-chief in the War of the Spanish Succession|
|— Strait, body of water between Cape Breton Island and Newfoundland|
|Soren —, 19th-century Danish philosopher who authored the volumes Either/Or and Fear and Trembling|
|Sugar alcohol used as a sweetener and laxative|
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