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|Mirror Quiz crossword of September 28th, 2018 other clues|
|Elle —, Australian actress-model nicknamed The Body|
|The —, 1949 film drama for which Olivia de Havilland won Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar|
|Republic in the Caribbean; capital Port-au-Prince|
|Andrew —, author of 2015 novel Children of the Master|
|Dewi —, rugby union wing; 1959 Wales Test debutant against England|
|Long-tailed rodent similar to, but larger than, a mouse|
|Ray —, Widnes rugby league fullback; 1975 Lance Todd Trophy winner|
|Freshwater European food fish also called a pikeperch|
|University town in central Nigeria; a centre of the cocoa trade|
|Tourist town in Kent on the English Channel housing a 16th-century castle|
|L Frank —, author of 1900 children's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz|
|Industrial city and port in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, noted for the Cranger Kirmes funfair|
|1960s US animated television character created by Hanna-Barbera|
|Light cotton or linen fabric whose name derives from the Persian words for milk and sugar|
|Jules —, detective creation of Georges Simenon|
|1960 novel; final part of The Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell|
|2005 horror film starring Jay Hernandez and Derek Richardson|
|Wine bottle holding the equivalent of six normal bottles|
|Willow tree whose twigs are used for making baskets|
|1927 children's fantasy novel by John Masefield|
|2006 novel by Terry Pratchett|
|Julie —, actress who played Bet Lynch in ITV soap Coronation Street|
|2002 novel by Iain Banks|
|1980 film musical starring Olivia Newton-John and Gene Kelly|
|Augustus —, London-born artist and traveller attached to HMS Beagle from 1831-32|
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