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|Mirror Quiz crossword of June 4th, 2020 other clues|
|Town in Thuringia, Germany, west of Erfurt|
|Monster in Greek mythology with the head of a bull and the body of a man|
|Lionel —, actor and choreographer whose television credits include Give Us a Clue and Name that Tune|
|1959 film musical starring disc jockey Alan Freed as himself|
|Term originally applied to the Balkan States|
|Lake —, reservoir in Arizona and Nevada formed by the Hoover Dam across the Colorado River|
|Jack —, 2014 Wimbledon men's doubles tennis championship winner with Vasek Pospisil|
|Erich —, 1976-89 Chairman of the Council of State in East Germany|
|1890 Anthony Hope novel featuring the Republic of Aureataland|
|Torquato —, 16th-century Italian author of epic poem Jerusalem Delivered|
|2008 adventure film starring Brendan Fraser and Eliza Hope Bennett|
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|Henry —, comedy actor who played Haven Hamilton in 1975 comedy-drama film Nashville|
|Douglas —, Field Marshal; Commander-in-Chief of the British Expeditionary Force from 1915-18|
|Princess of Tyre in classical mythology who founded Carthage|
|Unit of weight equal to 16 ounces|
|Nikolay —, 2006 and 2007 US Open singles tennis championship semi-finalist defeated by Roger Federer|
|Matthew —, 19th-century author of poems The Forsaken Merman and Dover Beach|
|— Peninsula, area of eastern Russia separating the Sea of Okhotsk from the Bering Sea and Pacific Ocean|
|City in Brazil housing the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace F1 racetrack|
|Fred —, 1968-70 Leader of the House of Commons; 1976-79 Lord Privy Seal|
|Enlargement of the hock of a horse often resulting in lameness|
|18th-century style of music characterised by extreme use of ornamentation|
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|Thomas —, author of 1516 literary work Utopia|
|1978 studio album by Bob Marley and the Wailers|
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