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Tree of temperate regions that bears small, edible, triangular nuts crossword clue


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Mirror Quiz crossword of May 10th, 2018 other clues
2007 drama starring Eric Bana and Drew Barrymore
Town that served as the port of ancient Rome
Short-tailed grey and white seabird of the petrel family
River in Hampshire that features in 1972 Richard Adams novel Watership Down
Bow of a vessel
Port on the Firth of Forth that merged with Edinburgh in 1920
European republic; capital Vilnius
See 17 Across
Dick —, actor who played LSD in 1968 comedy The Producers
Resort city on San Pedro Bay, SW California, US
1959 Grand National winner ridden by Michael Scudamore
Fred —, 1965 French Championships singles tennis title-winner
— River, stream in NE Siberia formerly known for its Gulag labour camps
Kostya —, 2001-05 IBF Light Welterweight champion
See 23 Across
Richard —, English television presenter formerly with TV-am and Sky Sports
Clown in William Shakespeare play Twelfth Night
Narrow bench for use by a person kneeling at prayer
Fine-grained yellowish-brown accumulation of clay and silt deposited by the wind
1984 novel by John Updike
1834 novel by William Harrison Ainsworth featuring the character Dick Turpin
Sammy —, lyricist who won a Best Music, Original Song Oscar for Three Coins in a Fountain
Mediterranean plant whose grey-green leaves are used in cooking
1875 novel by Henry James featuring the character Rowland Mallet
See 10
Conductor who founded the Promenade Concerts in London

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