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December 24 2017, Mirror - Quiz

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1970s ITV drama series starring Colin Douglas and Barbara Flynn
Grass of S Europe and N Africa that yields a fibre used to make rope and mats
Close-fitting medieval visored helmet with a neck guard
Isaac —, author of 1950 story collection I, Robot
Albert —, winner of the 1957 Nobel Prize in Literature
2009 action film starring Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana
Juan —, Spanish Cubist painter whose works include 1916's Still Life with Playing Cards
Singer-actor who starred as Jim MacLaine in 1973 film drama That'll Be the Day
Pacific salmon with red flesh valued as a food fish
LZ 127 —, German rigid airship whose first flight was in 1928
Capital of the autonomous community of Navarre, Spain
Seventh sign of the zodiac
George Gordon —, poet whose works include When We Two Parted and Beppo
A J —, England Test cricket captain who hit 110 against Australia in Brisbane in 2010
City in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany on the River Lippe severely damaged in the Second World War
1970s ITV children's drama series starring Michael MacKenzie as Tarot
Comedian-actor known for his improvisation partnership with Jim Sweeney
In golf, an estimated standard score for a hole that a good player should make
Diving bird of northern oceans with a black and white plumage
Small circular fort used by Britain for coastal defence at the time of the Napoleonic Wars
Capital of Wales
Landlocked anchorage in Orkney; a major naval base in both World Wars
In heraldry, the colour green

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