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January 13 2018, Mirror - Quiz

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2005 action film starring Josh Lucas and Jessica Biel
2000 comedy-drama film starring Morgan Freeman and Renee Zellweger
Chemical element used in thermometers; symbol Hg
Jacques —, president of the European Commission from 1985-95
Mediterranean plant whose grey-green leaves are used in cooking
1979 musical film starring Roy Scheider and Jessica Lange
Jeremy —, actor who played the title role in 1980s ITV drama series The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
1516 book by Sir Thomas More
1997 film drama starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet
Raquel —, actress who played Mrs Windham Vandermark in 2001 romcom Legally Blonde
The —, Alfred Tennyson poem about Sir Richard Grenville and the 1591 Battle of Flores with the Spanish fleet in the Azores
1958 drama film starring Tony Curtis and Sidney Poitier
Island in San Francisco Bay that housed a federal prison until 1963
Gavin —, British sculptor and conceptual artist whose installations include 2004's The Golden Thread
John Stuart, Earl of —, prime minister from 1762-63
Capital of Norway
1989 comedy-drama film written, directed by and featuring Spike Lee
Town in Scotland; administrative headquarters of the Council Area of Clackmannanshire
1994 sci-fi film starring Kurt Russell and James Spader
Unit of length, one twelfth of a foot
Andre —, French winner of the 1947 Nobel Prize in Literature

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