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Mirror Quiz crossword of October 10th, 2019 other clues
David —, former controller of Radio 2 and Radio 4 who died in 2007
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Vebjorn —, 1996 Olympic 800m gold medallist
Small Australian parakeet popular as a cage bird
1969 film Western starring John Wayne and Glen Campbell
Kate —, Labour MP for Vauxhall since 1989; Minister for Sport from 1999-2001
Actor-singer born Marvin Lee Aday in 1947
Actor who starred as Ted Striker in 1980 film comedy Airplane!
County town of County Meath, Ireland
Jean —, prime minister of Canada from 1993-2003
Fur helmet worn by certain regiments of hussars and artillerymen
Small soft-bodied crustacean that lives in and carries about the empty shells of whelks
Card game; an old form of poker
Dick —, British stage and television comedian who starred as Charlie Tully in 1972 film Ooh You Are Awful
David —, first prime minister of Israel, from 1948-54
Arthur C —, author of science fiction novels The Sands of Mars and Prelude to Space
Basic attacking move in fencing
Johannes —, German inventor of printing by movable type
University town in central Nigeria; a centre of the cocoa trade
D W —, South Africa Test cricketer who took 7-51 against India in Nagpur in 2010
Roman poet and satirist whose works include the Ars Poetica
1972 Alfred Hitchcock film starring Jon Finch and Barry Foster
Chris —, US actor who played Peter Quill in 2014 action film Guardians of the Galaxy
Back part of a golf club head where it bends to join the shaft
Actor who played the title role in 1937 film drama Elephant Boy

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