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|Mirror Quiz crossword of July 1st, 2018 other clues|
|Town in SE Scotland on the banks of the River Tweed on the edge of which stands Neidpath Castle|
|Paul —, Swiss artist whose works include 1928's Cat and Bird|
|6 and 14 1966 film starring Hayley Mills and Ian McShane|
|2016 US television miniseries starring Riz Ahmed and Bill Camp|
|Erect annual grass grown for its edible seed|
|Peter —, star of Channel 4 comedy series Phoenix Nights|
|1949 drama starring Robert Ryan and Audrey Totter|
|Daniel —, author of 1719 novel Robinson Crusoe|
|Charles —, author of 1861 novel The Cloister and the Hearth|
|Alcoholic drink made by fermenting a solution of honey|
|Elsa —, Italian fashion designer who died in 1973|
|2009 comedy starring Jack Black and Michael Cera|
|Scottish island of the Inner Hebrides southeast of Rum|
|Diane —, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Annie Hall|
|Guillermo —, 2004 Mercedes Cup singles tennis tournament winner|
|Dennis —, 1974-78 Manchester City forward; 1976 League Cup Final winning scorer|
|Virginia —, 1986 Eventing World Championships individual and team gold medallist|
|Derek —, actor who starred as Dominic in BBC TV sitcoms Oh Brother! and Oh Father!|
|Highest mountain in the world|
|US artist noted for the Amistad Mutiny murals of 1938-1942 housed at Talladega College, Alabama|
|County-level city in Liaoning, China, east of Beijing|
|Town in Graubunden, Switzerland, host to the annual World Economic Forum|
|Tower of —, structure built to reach heaven, as described in Genesis|
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