Category: Mirror quiz
- Islands, British Overseas Territory north of Hispaniola whose capital is Cockb...
Octave -, 19th-century French author of novels Dalila and La Petite Comtesse
Red -, Texan oil field fire-fighting specialist who died in 2004
Ancient British tribe that rebelled against the Romans under Queen Boudicca
The -, 1984 autobiographical novel by Marguerite Duras
Kate -, English actress who played Caress Morrell in US TV drama series Dynasty
1985 PGA Championship and 1977 US Open Championship winner
Ndabaningi -, founder of the Zimbabwe African National Union who died in 2000
Juli -, 2002 US Womens Open Golf Championship winner
C A -, West Indies Test cricketer who took 5-54 against India in 1987 in Delhi a...
Page to Don Adriano de Armado in William Shakespeare play Loves Labours Lost
1997 film drama starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet
1977 comedy-drama film starring Paul Newman and Michael Ontkean
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Joint of the human leg connecting the tibia and fibula with the femur
The -, 2002 action film starring James Caviezel in the title role as Edmond Dant...
David -, former footballer and television presenter whose books include Children...
Denis -, comedian-actor who voices Diego in the Ice Age animated film series
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Denise -, actress who played Steph Haydock in BBC TV drama series Waterloo Road
1981 fantasy film starring Harry Hamlin and Laurence Olivier
David -, Best Actor Oscar winner for Separate Tables
William -, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1633-45
Clear consomme to which a mixture of thinly cut vegetables is added
Strong alcoholic drink distilled from fermented fruits
Riz , 2017 Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie wi...
English poet who authored 1677 stage drama All for Love
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One skilled in the Japanese martial art of ninjutsu
1950 novel by Edna Ferber
11th-century Anglo-Saxon rebel who defended the Isle of Ely against William the ...
Scottish dish made from sheeps or calfs offal, oatmeal, suet and seasonings boil...
1987 comedy-drama film starring Mickey Rourke and Faye Dunaway based on the life...
Mark , actor who starred as Luke Skywalker in 1977 action film Star Wars
2005 film comedy starring Will Smith in the title role
Andrea , author of novels Fruit of the Lemon and Never Far from Nowhere
2016 Olympics individual field event won by US athletes Jeff Henderson and Tiann...
The , 2013 film thriller starring Ethan Hawke and Lena Headey
Edgar Allan , US short-story writer who died in 1849
1894 stage play by George Bernard Shaw whose heroine is Raina Petkoff
1961 three-act stage drama by Tennessee Williams starring Patrick ONeal and Bett...
African republic; capital Nouakchott
Brian , actor and presenter whose credits include BBC TV series Play School and ...
Nafissatou , 2016 Olympic heptathlon gold medallist
Mother of Coriolanus in the William Shakespeare play of that name
American Tribal Love Rock Musical that opened on Broadway in 1968
Henrik , author of stage plays Hedda Gabler and The League of Youth
Dark reddish-brown pigment obtained from the inky secretion of the cuttlefish
Biblical king of Israel and husband of Jezebel
1954 novel by Alexander Trocchi
Flesh of a pig used as food
Sherwood , author of 1919 short story collection Winesburg, Ohio
Scotland centre-forward; Liverpool 1965 FA Cup Final winning scorer
1847 novel by Herman Melville
John Hanning , Devon-born explorer who discovered Lake Victoria in 1858
Opera by Arthur Sullivan and Basil Hood first performed in 1899
Honest old counsellor in William Shakespeare play The Tempest
Hydrocarbon found in carrots and sweet potatoes; main dietary source of vitamin ...
2006 no 1 album by Robbie Williams
John , author of 1728 stage work The Beggars Opera
1963 musical-comedy film starring Cliff Richard and Lauri Peters
V I , Russian statesman who died in 1924
Seaport in Western Australia at the mouth of the Swan River
Silvery-white metallic element; symbol Mg
Plantation in 1936 Margaret Mitchell novel Gone with the Wind
Aircraft firm founded by Alliott Verdon Roe in 1910
Ruby , comedienne who authored 2002 memoir How Do You Want Me?
1986, 1987, 1991 and 1993 World Rally Drivers Championship winner
Island in the English Channel whose two main parts are linked by isthmus La Coup...
Jean-Antoine , French painter whose works include 1717s The Embarkation for Cyth...
Chuck , animated cartoon director who created characters Wile E Coyote and Marvi...
John , actor who portrayed Jack Kerouac in 1980 film drama Heart Beat
Rich , 2002 PGA Championship winner
Dicky , US golfer; 1994 Federal Express St Jude Classic tournament winner
Micheline , 1948 Olympic shot and discus gold medallist
Spiny Mediterranean plant with edible flower buds
1998 film drama starring Meryl Streep and Renee Zellweger
SI unit of work or energy
2001-05 US television comedy-drama series starring Peter Krause and Michael C Ha...
Member of a South American Indian people whose empire centred on Peru
2007 novel by Harlan Coben
US actress who played Trina Yale in 1966 film drama The Oscar
City in Turkey; capital of Kocaeli Province
Town in South Holland, Netherlands, associated with a type of tin-glazed earthen...
Large earth-boring dung beetle
Rex , author of mystery novels The Broken Vase and The Hand in the Glove
Trilogy of novels by Evelyn Waugh including Men at Arms
1946 biopic starring Ida Lupino as Emily Bronte
Peter , English golfer; 1973 and 1974 French Open tournament winner
American racehorse; 2018 Triple Crown winner
Fourth largest city in Kansas, US, whose name derives from a Shawnee word meanin...
Lysette , actress whose played Lyssa in 1983 adventure film Krull
Don , Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Hotel Rwanda
Victorian card game in which players collect pairs and try not to be left with a...
2000 romcom starring Hugh Laurie and Joely Richardson
Silvery-white metal; symbol Ce
Lizard of tropical Asia and Africa with reduced limbs
Domed or vaulted recess at the east end of a church
Benjamin , US president from 1889-93
Gerry , US golfer; 1999 Benson and Hedges Malaysian Open tournament winner
Son of Polixenes in William Shakespeare play The Winters Tale
River in Kent that flows into the English Channel at Pegwell Bay
Fast powerful overhead stroke in tennis
Edward , director of films Glory, Defiance and The Siege
Robert , author of novels Necrophenia and Retromancer
Junko , 1993 World Championships womens marathon gold medallist
Kind of thin fragile porcelain named after a town in Northern Ireland
A M E , West Indies Test cricketer who took 6-37 against England in Manchester i...
John , 2001-18 Republic of Ireland defender who played over 200 league games for...
In weaving, yarn woven across the width of a fabric
Screen or wall decoration at the back of an altar
Greek philosopher born in 341 BC who authored treatise On Nature
Fictional detective who first appeared in 1893 story The Missing Millionaire by ...
River in central Germany upon which Felsberg and Fritzlar stand
River forming part of the border between Germany and Luxembourg
2012 St Leger winner ridden by Mickael Barzalona
Village in Scotland south of Stirling; site of a 1314 battle
Elizabeth Barrett Brownings spaniel; subject of a 1933 biography by Virginia Woo...
Jennifer , actress who played the title role in 2004 romcom Along Came Polly
2008 animated film starring the voice talent of John Cusack in the title role
Phoebe , actress who played the title role in 1994 comedy-drama film Princess Ca...
David , former England and Aston Villa midfield footballer; 1990 PFA Players Pla...
Son of Noah and father of Canaan in the Old Testament
Blyth , 1996 Olympic Individual Eventing gold medallist
M T G , Australia Test cricketer who hit 199 against England in Leeds in 1997
Stoat in northern regions or its fur
Austrian conductor whose New York Metropolitan Opera debut was in 1957
1988 novel by Thomas Harris
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John , actor who played Jonathan Carnahan in action films The Mummy and The Mumm...
Silvery-white metallic element; symbol Ho
Chinese puzzle in which a square is cut into seven pieces and formed into figure...
Submarine of Captain Nemo in 1870 Jules Verne novel 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Rugby union lock; 1974 Wales Test debutant against Ireland
Island off the West coast of Scotland whose chief town is Tobermory
University in Birmingham founded in 1966
City in Honshu housing the most sacred Shinto shrine in Japan
John , English poet whose volumes include The Rural Muse and The Village Minstre...
Region of central and NW Romania that belonged to Hungary from the 11th century ...
State of NE India producing large quantities of tea
US author of novels Great House and The History of Love
Laszlo , Hungarian journalist who patented the first practical ball-point pen
1873 novel by R M Ballantyne
1969 film musical starring Barbra Streisand in the title role
Genus of flowering plants native to North America including moss and creeping
Richard , director of films Iris and Notes on a Scandal
The , 1968 film drama starring Alain Delon and Marianne Faithfull
Standard unit of currency of Turkey
Mark , Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for The Departed
Capital of Bulgaria
Port in southern California, US, north of Tijuana
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Third son of Adam in the Old Testament
Charles , 19th-century French acrobat born Jean-Francois Gravelet
Highest adult male voice
Ruslan , 2007-09 WBA Heavyweight champion
Wife of Cronus and mother of Zeus in Greek mythology
Michael , Secretary of State for Education from 2010-14
That branch of science concerned with the study of the properties of space, time...
SI unit of power
Actress who played the title role in 2007 BBC TV series Fanny Hill
Tiny wafer of semiconductor material used in the manufacture of electronic equip...
David , host of 1960s BBC TV satire show That Was the Week That Was
Country of Central America between Costa Rica and Colombia
Motor racing driver; F1 1999 Australian GP winner
Saracens rugby union flanker; 2003 South Africa Test debutant against Georgia
The , 1961 novel by Mary Stewart
Frank , Berlin-born artist whose works include 1965s Mornington Crescent
1873 novel by Thomas Hardy whose heroine is Elfride Swancourt
Author of 1957 novel Room at the Top
Judy , famous mother of actress Kate Beckinsale
2011 film comedy starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost
City in Shandong, China, known for peony cultivation
US author of 1903 autobiography The Story of My Life; subject of 1962 biopic The...
Laura , US singer-songwriter whose 1967 album debut was More Than a New Discover...
Kenyan lioness cared for by George and Joy Adamson from 1956-61
Genus of evergreen shrubs including the common whose bitter leaves are used in h...
1996 comedy-drama film starring Pete Postlethwaite, Tara Fitzgerald and Ewan McG...
Rafael , 2008 and 2010 Wimbledon singles tennis championship winner
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Moorish castle or palace in Spain such as the of Segovia
Clive , actor who played Mike Barratt in Casualty and Holby City
Rev W , creator of Thomas the Tank Engine
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Sidney , British economist and social historian who co-founded magazine The New ...