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|Mirror Quiz crossword of December 9th, 2019 other clues|
|European finch with a brown streaked plumage|
|River that formed the ancient boundary between Brecknockshire and Carmarthenshire|
|Willow tree whose twigs are used for making baskets|
|Servant to Posthumus in the William Shakespeare play Cymbeline|
|Dennis —, author of novels The Devil Rides Out and The Satanist|
|1993 novel by Jill Mansell|
|Boy raised by wolves in 1894 story collection The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling|
|Harold —, prime minister of Australia from 1966-67|
|1992 film drama starring Al Pacino and Chris O'Donnell|
|Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Cross Creek|
|Capital of Haut-Uele, DR Congo, served by Matari Airport|
|Roman goddess of agriculture|
|Carol —, actress who played the title character in 1966 BBC TV play Cathy Come Home|
|1970 action film starring Martin Balsam and So Yamamura|
|2011 novel by Graham Swift|
|Victor —, author of novels The Whip Hand, The Limbo Line and Birdcage|
|Lucy —, actress who played Natalie Evans in the BBC TV soap EastEnders|
|The —, 2010 film drama starring James McAvoy and Robin Wright|
|Old British solo dance traditionally performed by sailors|
|Style of Caribbean folk music|
|Parish in Perth and Kinross, Scotland; former site of the Pictish capital|
|Spiny Mediterranean plant with edible flower buds|
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