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April 16 2018, Mirror - Quiz

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Publication of the Consumers' Association that first appeared in October 1957
Mark —, US swimmer who won seven gold medals at the 1972 Olympics
Carnivorous mammal of African and Asian wooded regions also called a honey badger
Caroline —, Chairman of the Conservative Party from 2007-09
1985 novel by James Kelman
John F —, US artist whose works include 1885 oil The Poor Man's Store
Tool with a narrow blade held at both ends by a curved handle
London street that lies between Free Parking and Chance on a UK Monopoly board
Island in the Inner Hebrides separated from the Scottish mainland by the Sound of —
European secular unaccompanied vocal music form of the 1500s and 1600s
Silvery-white metal; symbol Rh
Pop music duo; UK 1982 Eurovision Song Contest entrants with One Step Further
Bottom-dwelling ray with a flattened diamond-shaped body
Lake —, body of water in central Africa at the southern end of the Great Rift Valley
David —, former controller of Radio 2 and Radio 4 who died in 2007
2003 comedy-drama about the Rylstone & District Women's Institute
Amanda —, actress who played Trish Patterson in 2013 comedy film Identity Thief
Painting medium for powdered pigments consisting of egg yolk and water
Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera first performed in 1875
City in NE Netherlands; capital of Drenthe province
Truman Capote non-fiction novel published in 1966
1964 children's book by Colin Thiele
2001 novel by Wilbur Smith
Board game in which players try to transfer pieces from their own to their opponents' bases
Katarina —, 1988 Olympic figure skating gold medallist

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