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|Mirror Quiz crossword of July 11th, 2018 other clues|
|2008 novel by Sebastian Barry|
|Robert —, US actor who played Kelly Robinson in 1960s US television series I Spy|
|Capital of Chimborazo province, Ecuador|
|1987 comedy starring Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman|
|1975 musical-drama film starring Roger Daltrey in the title role|
|Walled city in Lombardy, Italy, north-east of Milan|
|Small peg that supports a golf ball before it is struck|
|Large arm of the Pacific Ocean between Victoria Land and the Edward VII Peninsula in Antarctica|
|Literary creation of Leslie Charteris also known as The Saint|
|Seabird with pointed wings also called a parasitic jaeger|
|Australian bushranger hanged in 1880 played on screen by Mick Jagger and Heath Ledger among others|
|Annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca|
|Wife of Celeborn in works by J R R Tolkien|
|See 3 Across|
|The —, 1610 stage play by Ben Jonson featuring the character Dol Common|
|US singer-actor who played Ted Mitchell in 2009 romcom New in Town|
|In poetry, a metrical foot consisting of two long syllables|
|Burrowing bivalve mollusc such as the quahog|
|River in central Europe that flows to the North Sea at Hamburg|
|Dry dusty wind from the Sahara that blows towards the coast of West Africa from December to February|
|Aisling —, Irish actress-comedienne whose BBC TV credits include Hard Sun and The Fall|
|See 17 Across|
|Alexei —, comedian-actor who authored 2000 book of short stories Barcelona Plates|
|White sheep or goat cheese popular in Greece|
|See 21 Across|
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