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Mirror Quiz crossword of November 16th, 2018 other clues
Seaport in County Mayo, Republic of Ireland, on Clew Bay
SI unit of conductance
Haiti-born singer-actor whose 1997 solo debut album was The Carnival
Tributary of the Congo River that forms part of the border between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Angola
1938 crime film drama starring James Cagney and Pat O'Brien
1992 adventure film starring Gabriel Byrne and Ellen Barkin
Old Testament character; father of Leah and Rachel
1960 novel; final part of The Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell
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Female adult pig
Brendan —, 1978 Commonwealth 10,000m gold medallist
Town in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, at the confluence of the Elbe and Mulde Rivers
— Mountains, range of the Rockies in Colorado, US, whose highest point is Castle Peak
1992 comedy-drama film starring Robin Williams and Michael Gambon
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Fourth largest region of Peru by area whose capital was centre of the Inca Empire
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Quo Vadis? who died in 1978
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Son of Poseidon and Gaia in Greek mythology noted for his strength
1948-94 multilateral treaty to promote trade succeeded by the WTO
Jane —, actress who played Daphne Moon in US television sitcom Frasier
Mats —, 1988 US Open singles tennis championship winner
Tony —, 1985-86 WBA Heavyweight champion
Pseudonymous writing team who authored thrillers Beneath the Skin and Killing Me Softly
Finch-like bird that breeds around the Arctic

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