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|Mirror Quiz crossword of August 11th, 2017 other clues|
|2007 film comedy starring Billy Bob Thornton in the title role|
|Stephen —, British theoretical physicist whose books include The Nature of Space and Time|
|Tapered log around 19 feet long tossed in an event at the Highland Games|
|2012 novel by John Harvey|
|Number represented by X in Roman numerals|
|Bouncy A A Milne creation first introduced in 1928 volume The House at Pooh Corner|
|2000 comedy-drama film starring Imelda Staunton and Pete Postlethwaite|
|2000 adventure-comedy film starring Breckin Meyer and Seann William Scott|
|Slaver and plantation owner in 1852 Harriet Beecher Stowe novel Uncle Tom's Cabin|
|2006 novel by Dean Koontz|
|1996 film comedy starring Ellen DeGeneres and Bill Pullman|
|1995 novel by Iain Banks|
|Drink made from orange flower water and barley or almonds|
|1988 comedy-drama film starring Tom Cruise and Bryan Brown|
|Ancient measure based on the length of the forearm|
|1925 film directed, written by and starring Charles Chaplin|
|City in Michigan, US, associated with the furniture manufacturing industry|
|Jean-Rodolphe —, 18th-century French architect; designer of the Pont de la Concorde across the River Seine in Paris|
|Bottom-dwelling fish such as the tub — or bluefin —|
|Village in Apulia, Italy; scene of a victory by Hannibal over the Romans in 216 BC|
|— Sea, that part of the Indian Ocean west of the Arafura Sea and north of Australia|
|Piece of music composed for three people|
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