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|Mirror Quiz crossword of June 14th, 2017 other clues|
|Weedy plant with typically broad leaves and greenish or reddish flowers|
|Jeff —, author of novels Dexter is Dead and Dexter in the Dark|
|1980s and 1990s ITV comedy-drama series starring Michael Elphick and David Daker|
|Ilie —, winner of the 1972 US Open singles tennis championship|
|Ancient Athenian statesman whose code of laws prescribed death for almost every offence|
|Former coal-mining town in Limburg, NE Belgium|
|Semiaquatic North American rodent valued for its fur|
|Drug of the benzodiazepine group commonly prescribed for insomnia|
|The —, 1995 film thriller starring Sandra Bullock and Jeremy Northam|
|Writer-sleuth played by Peter Wyngarde in 1970s ITV series Department S|
|Sultan —, WBO Heavyweight champion from 2007-08|
|Nine-headed monster in Greek mythology|
|Country in southern Africa; capital Windhoek|
|Early form of hockey often played on ice|
|2006 film comedy subtitled The Ballad of Ricky Bobby starring Will Ferrell|
|Michel —, French marshal executed for treason in 1815|
|— III, pope from 1198-1216 who instituted the Fourth Crusade|
|Deceased court jester in William Shakespeare play Hamlet|
|1977 film drama starring Teresa Wright and Christopher Walken|
|Tony —, US golfer; 1964 winner of The Open Championship|
|1986 film drama starring Wil Wheaton based on Stephen King novella The Body|
|1989 romcom starring Annabella Sciorra and Ron Eldard|
|US and Canadian Mennonite sect that traces its origin to Jakob Amman|
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