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|Mirror Quiz crossword of February 24th, 2019 other clues|
|Small Eurasian shrub with edible dark blue fruit; the bilberry|
|County of the Republic of Ireland; county town Carrick-on-Shannon|
|Preserved county in SE Wales|
|Julian —, artist whose works include prints of pop group Blur's members|
|Arnold —, golfer; 1960 US Open Championship winner|
|Tailor in William Shakespeare comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream|
|George —, scrum-half; Australia 2003 Rugby World Cup Final runner-up|
|Largest island of the Inner Hebrides, Scotland|
|John —, Secretary of State for Defence from 1981-83|
|In mathematics, an angle of less than 90 degrees|
|Mammal from which pork is obtained|
|The —, 2009 novel by Liz Jensen|
|Julia —, actress who replaced Geraldine McEwan as the lead in ITV series Agatha Christie's Marple|
|Cape —, peninsula of NE Tunisia|
|1993 family film starring Jason James Richter and Lori Petty|
|See 14 Across|
|2014 biopic starring David Oyelowo as Martin Luther King Jr|
|University city in New South Wales, Australia, south of Sydney|
|Frank —, 1951 and 1952 US National Championships singles tennis title winner|
|1991 film drama starring Joe Mantegna directed and written by David Mamet|
|Freya —, traveller; author of 1951 autobiographical work Beyond Euphrates|
|Mountain range in Tuscany; part of the Apennines|
|2001 comedy-drama film starring Selma Blair and Paul Giamatti|
|Piece of music composed for a group of nine instruments or singers|
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