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Mirror Quiz crossword of April 18th, 2021 other clues
2016 Olympic Games host city
Hosni —, president of Egypt from 1981-2011
Small constellation in the northern hemisphere containing the star Vega
Small hot-tasting pod of a type of capsicum used for flavouring sauces
River in northern France; scene of a major Allied offensive in 1918
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Paul —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar winner for The Story of Louis Pasteur
Georg —, music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra from 1969-92
Duchy of —, state of the Holy Roman Empire disestablished in 1795
Overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean; capital Noumea
Constable in William Shakespeare play Much Ado about Nothing
County of the Republic of Ireland; county town Tralee
Brian —, 1972 Olympic Middleweight judo bronze medallist
1936 novel by George Orwell
Expanded part of the oesophagus in birds in which food is stored before passing on to the gizzard
1983 film drama starring Matt Dillon and Mickey Rourke
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1988 film comedy starring Tom Hanks and Elizabeth Perkins
Protest organisation whose General Secretary, since 2010, has been Kate Hudson
University city in Vaud, Switzerland, on Lake Geneva
City in southern Turkey; capital of Syria from 300-64 BC
Another name for the white poplar
D L —, 1993-2006 Leicestershire cricketer; 1999 England Test debutant against New Zealand at the Oval
Sebastien —, French driver; 2004-12 World Rally Championship winner

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