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University town in central Nigeria; a centre of the cocoa trade crossword clue


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Mirror Quiz crossword of December 6th, 2019 other clues
1848 novel by William Thackeray subtitled A Novel without a Hero
Mediterranean coastal region between Cannes, France, and La Spezia, Italy
Spanish wine with a vanilla bouquet produced around the Ebro River
Longest river in Africa
Collective noun for a group of quail
Island in the Caroline Islands of the Pacific Ocean; an important Japanese naval base in World War II
John —, 19th-century British statesman who led the Anti-Corn-Law League with Richard Cobden
Georgy —, Minister of Defence of the Soviet Union from 1955-57
Anneka —, Welsh television presenter whose credits include Treasure Hunt and Wish You Were Here?
Heinrich —, winner of the 1972 Nobel Prize in Literature
Yellow-flowered evergreen shrub of the pea family also called furze
Genus of plants of the saxifrage family with ornamental spikes of pink, red or white flowers
Archaic name for feast Holy Innocents' Day, held on 28th December in the Western Church
Antonio —, Italian violinist and composer of concertos The Four Seasons
Large Old World tree of the mahogany family
Isle of —, area of Kent formerly separated from the mainland by the Wantsum Channel
John —, actor who played Blake Carrington in US television drama series Dynasty
James —, Best Director Oscar nominee for Howards End, A Room with a View and The Remains of the Day
Test cricket ground; headquarters of Nottinghamshire CCC
1939 novel by Patrick White
Tributary of the River Thames that flows through Oxford
Tony —, snooker player; 1983 Professional Players Tournament winner
Musical interval considered as having eight steps
Wire coloured green and yellow in a British power plug
Egyptian sun god; one of the Great Ennead

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