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|Mirror Quiz crossword of September 14th, 2017 other clues|
|Rugby union flanker; 1985 France Test debutant against Argentina|
|Alphonse —, Art Nouveau artist noted for painting series The Slav Epic|
|Tom —, author of novels Porterhouse Blue and The Throwback|
|Joseph —, prime minister of Australia from 1931-39|
|Endangered nomadic species of antelope of Asia with an elongated oversized nose|
|1956 film drama that featured Carroll Baker in the title role|
|Hard silver-grey metallic element; symbol Ta|
|William —, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1633-45|
|See 3 Down|
|Freshwater crustacean resembling a small lobster|
|Agile hoofed mammal of Africa and Asia such as the rock — or tree —|
|City on the Mediterranean under Egyptian administration from 1949 until its occupation by Israel in 1967|
|The —, 1892 two-act ballet with music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky|
|2001 film subtitled Once Upon a Time in India; a 2002 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar nominee|
|Town in West Bengal, India noted for its black tea|
|Middle daughter of King Lear in the William Shakespeare play of that name|
|John —, golfer; winner, in December 2007, of the 2008 Alfred Dunhill Championship|
|Saying attributed to the prophet Muhammad that is not found in the Koran|
|Soft creamy white cheese similar to Camembert|
|Chicken originally bred in China noted for the excessive plumage covering its legs|
|Symbol on a computer keyboard also called a number sign and octothorp|
|Chris —, rugby union centre; 1968 Scotland Test debutant against Australia|
|Louis —, US jazz trumpeter known as Satchmo|
|London Underground line coloured black on a Tube map|
|Optical data storage medium readable by a computer|
|Elia —, Best Director Oscar winner for On the Waterfront and Gentleman's Agreement|
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