Category: Mirror quiz
Barbara -, British sculptress whose works include 1963 bronze Square Forms with ...
David -, Brazil and Chelsea FC defender/midfielder
Art -, actor who played Kamran Shah in 1987 action film The Living Daylights
John Howard -, American actor-playwright who wrote the lyrics to song Home Sweet...
Will -, British comedian who played the title role in 1937 film Oh, Mr Porter!
City in Lombardy; chief financial centre of Italy
1962 film drama starring Pat Boone and Nancy Kwan
Fred -, Australian director of films Plenty, Roxanne and Barbarosa
1957 biopic starring Rock Hudson as Colonel Dean E Hess
2006 novel by William McIlvanney
Bedfordshire-born author whose works include In High Places and The Moneychanger...
Capital of Kenya
- XIII, 16th-century Pope best known for his reformation of the calendar
2001 sporting biopic starring Will Smith in the title role
Dilys -, comedy actress who portrayed Edith Howerd in 2008 BBC TV drama Frankie ...
Hugh -, actor who played Daniel Cleaver in 2001 romcom Bridget Joness Diary
2013 animated film featuring the voice talent of Colin Farrell and Josh Hutchers...
Elephant in stories for children by Jean de Brunhoff
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Marc -, Hull FC scrum-half; 2016 and 2017 Lance Todd Trophy winner
Diploma in France introduced by Napoleon I in 1808 required by students in order...
La -, 1892 opera by Alfredo Catalani
London barrister in 1859 Charles Dickens novel A Tale of Two Cities
New Zealand forest parrot with a long curved beak
1984 novel by R D Wingfield
Rafael -, 1963 US National Singles tennis championship winner
1990 2,000 Guineas winner ridden by Mick Kinane
State capital of Kansas, US
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1991 debut studio album by Blur
Alan -, 1974 Commonwealth long jump gold medallist
Emperor of Japan from 1867-1912 whose given name was Mutsuhito
Racing toboggan on which riders lie supine
Old Testament wife of Nabal and subsequently David
Very hot type of green chilli pepper used in Mexican cookery
2008 comedy-drama film starring Mackenzie Crook and Colm Meaney
Otto -, 1944 winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry
State capital of North Carolina, US
Rip -, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Cross Creek
Edgar -, painter and sculptor whose works include 1877s Dancers Practicing at th...
South American republic; capital Santiago
2004 novel by Andrea Levy
Sandstone formation in Northern Territory, Australia also known as Ayers Rock
John Stuart -, 19th-century London-born philosopher
English comedian-actor whose television credits include Grownups and Upstart Cro...
2011 film comedy starring Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis
John -, 1970 Commonwealth 400m hurdles gold medallist
Tasmania-born actor who played the title role in 1942 biopic Gentleman Jim
Bottom-dwelling ray with a flattened diamond-shaped body
Best Director Oscar nominee for Women in Love
Clifford -, author of stage plays Waiting for Lefty and Clash by Night
Long-running BBC TV game show originally hosted by McDonald Hobley in 1966
Alfred Thayer -, US Navy officer who authored The Influence of Sea Power Upon Hi...
The -, 1979 novel by Irwin Shaw
Toxic insecticide originally developed in the 1940s
God of love in Greek mythology
Shrub with fragrant violet, pink or white flowers
Town in Indre-et-Loire, France housing a Gothic cathedral
Any one of the 10 black-belt grades of judo proficiency
Capital of Gard, France whose Roman remains include the Maison Carree
Pipe on a set of bagpipes on which the melody is played
Henry -, English Parliamentarian general and son-in-law of Oliver Cromwell
Thin slice of meat, usually veal, coated with egg and breadcrumbs and fried
The -, 2008 action film starring Edward Norton in the title role as Bruce Banner
Largest city in New Brunswick, Canada
Large New World vulture such as the Andean -
W B Yeats play performed at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin in 1906
Market town in North Yorkshire on the River Aire housing a medieval castle
1983 novel by Bernard MacLaverty
Commonest basic pattern of the human fingerprint
High-quality black tea made from the downy tips of young buds
1979 film drama starring Nastassja Kinski in the title role
Largest anthropoid ape
Enamelled or lacquered metalware popular in the 18th century
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Author of novels Flesh House and Close to the Bone
Common name of the Theatre Royal on Catherine Street, London, associated with Ne...
Tomas de -, 15th-century Dominican friar; first Grand Inquisitor of the Spanish ...
Conceptual artist whose work Shedboatshed (Mobile Architecture No 2) won him the...
Jennifer -, author of novels The Keep and Look at Me
US criminal associated with Jesse James and Cole Younger who married Jim Reed in...
US city in SE Michigan noted for its car manufacturing industry
Fabric of matted, compressed wool or fur
The -, 2011 comedy-thriller film starring Brendan Gleeson in the title role
2008 stage play by Simon Stephens
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2008 crime film starring Gerard Butler and Tom Wilkinson
River that flows through Leicester
Billiards shot in which the cue ball touches a cushion after striking the object...
South American republic; capital Montevideo
Pen name of essayist Charles Lamb
Nicolas -, director of films Two Deaths, Bad Timing and Track 29
Johann -, 18th-century composer and violinist regarded as the founder of the Man...
Mixture of soul and calypso music of the Caribbean
John -, late Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for The Elephant Man
1929 novel featuring the murder of lawyer Monte Field; first of the Ellery Queen...
2013 novel by Tim Winton
Michael -, 1991 Wimbledon singles tennis championship winner
Penelope -, author of 1987 Booker Prize-winning novel Moon Tiger
Mario -, Brazil FIFA World Cup Final winner as both player and coach
Climbing shrub of the pea family with typically pale bluish-lilac flowers
Seaside resort in Pas-de-Calais, France
Administrative centre of North Lanarkshire, Scotland
Fred -, lyricist who co-wrote the musical Cabaret with John Kander
River that flows to the Bristol Channel at Cardiff
Former county town of Meath, Republic of Ireland
1978 film thriller starring Gregory Peck and Laurence Olivier
City in Uttar Pradesh, India famous for the Taj Mahal
Tom -, rugby union back-rower; 2007 England Test debutant against Scotland
Collective noun for a flock of pheasants
Port and largest city of Louisiana, US
Cleo -, English jazz singer whose husband John Dankworth died in 2010
Member of a Christian movement that began in 15th-century Bohemia
Chris -, Leeds-born radio and television presenter
Capital of Pas-de-Calais, France known for its tapestries
Son of Chaos and god of darkness in Greek mythology
1936 written work by Klaus Mann subtitled Novel of a Career
Device used to muffle the sound of a musical instrument
2003 comedy-drama film starring Michael Caine, Robert Duvall and Haley Joel Osme...
In music, the note forming the foundation of a chord
The -, 1999 biopic starring Denzel Washington as boxer Rubin Carter
Character in Thomas Hardy novel Tess of the DUrbervilles who marries the heroine
County of the Republic of Ireland whose towns include Clones and Carrickmacross
Kenneth -, actor who played Richard Hannay in 1959 adventure film The 39 Steps
Michael -, Chairman of the Conservative Party from 1998-2001
Member of a hill-dwelling people inhabiting mainly Arunachal Pradesh, India
Pale yellowish-green colour whose name derives from French phrase Water of the N...
Augustus -, London-born artist and traveller attached to HMS Beagle from 1831-32
Port on Osaka Bay, Honshu, Japan
Hirobumi -, former Japanese prime minister assassinated in 1909
Kate -, Labour MP for Vauxhall since 1989; Minister for Sport from 1999-2001
Jorn -, Danish architect who designed the Sydney Opera House
1997 adventure film starring Pierce Brosnan and William Takaku
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Piece of music composed for a group of nine instruments or singers
City in central France; capital of Nievre department
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Marcel -, German golfer; 2014 BMW Masters winner
US port and resort in Central Coast, California north of San Luis Obispo
1727 work; first of the four Coronation Anthems by George Frideric Handel
Alasdair -, Director-General of the BBC from 1982-87
Salvador -, Spanish painter whose works include 1937s Metamorphosis of Narcissus
Late US director of 1974 horror film The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
River that flows through Florence, Italy
River that flows through Cambridge to the River Ouse
Joan -, Spanish painter whose works include 1967s The Gold of Azure
Any of a family of stringed instruments that preceded the violin family
Jim -, 1991 French Open singles tennis championship winner
The -, 1999 crime film starring Terence Stamp as Wilson
Burrowing rodent of the squirrel family such as the alpine - or hoary -
Name given to the cricket Test series between England and Australia
2008 film thriller starring Hugh Jackman and Ewan McGregor
Large freshwater game and food fish of Europe, Asia and North America with long ...
Mikko -, Finnish driver; 2007 Wales Rally GB winner
Overseas region of France in the Indian Ocean; capital Saint-Denis
Type of US music with roots in British folk music
Large Old World tree of the mahogany family whose bark is used to make a tonic
Marvin -, former Netherlands youth footballer who played in Britain for Swansea ...
Annunzio Paolo -, Venice-born arranger-conductor popular in the post-war era in ...
1977 UK no 1 single by Kenny Rogers
2008 novel by Toni Jordan
Silvery-white metallic element; symbol Tb
David -, South Africa-born playwright; artistic director of the Young Vic, Londo...
Pat -, US actor who played Commissioner James Gordon in 1989 action film Batman
Stephen -, cyclist; 1987 Giro dItalia winner
1973 P G Wodehouse novel whose characters include Ephraim Trout and Ivor Llewell...
1929 Alfred Hitchcock film thriller starring Anny Ondra
Billy -, singer-actor who played Cat in 1991 biopic The Doors
The -, 1994 action film starring Alec Baldwin in the title role
Town in Gwynedd, N Wales whose castle overlooks Cardigan Bay
Brother of Don Pedro, Prince of Arragon in William Shakespeare play Much Ado Abo...
Cricket shot hit over the boundary without the ball touching the ground
Supreme creator god in Norse mythology
Fourth son of Jacob in the Old Testament
Greenish-blue colour complementary to red
Tessa -, actress who played Victoria Tripp in ITV sitcom Robins Nest
1989 novel by Colin Dexter
1991 Ken Russell film drama starring Theresa Russell
Buckinghamshire-born horticulturist; presenter of BBC TV programme Gardeners Wor...
Smallest unit of weight in the avoirdupois system
BBC TV comedy series that starred Victoria Wood as Bren Furlong
Daniel -, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar winner for My Left Foot, There Will...
Herring-like food fish whose roe is valued as a delicacy
Capital of Deux-Sevres department, France
Variety of beet with large succulent leaves and thick stalks used as a vegetable
1999 novel by Peter Straub
Father of Hector, Paris and Cassandra in Greek mythology
Brother of Amulius and grandfather of Romulus and Remus in Roman mythology
1979 action film starring Mel Gibson in the title role