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October 15 2018, Mirror - Quiz

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Philippine plant related to the banana whose leafstalks are the source of Manila hemp
Shrimp-like marine crustacean; principal food of whalebone whales
1978 stage musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice
Actress who played Nicola Murray in BBC TV comedy series The Thick of It
Ottorino —, Italian composer of operas Maria Egiziaca and Semirama
Edward —, actor who starred as Arnold Bedford in 1964 adventure film First Men in the Moon
Pieter —, Dutch painter whose works include 1647 still life Breakfast with Ham
M J —, Australia Test cricketer who hit an unbeaten 103 against England at Edgbaston in 2009
Annual plant with edible sticky green pods also called ladies' fingers
2002-04 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner ridden by Jim Culloty
1578 novel by John Lyly subtitled The Anatomy of Wit
— Castle, Kent home of Anne Boleyn before her marriage to Henry VIII
Larry —, actor who played the title role in 1946 biopic The Jolson Story
1981 novel by Peter Carey
Cyd —, actress-dancer who played Fiona Campbell in 1954 film musical Brigadoon
The —, 1953 film drama starring Richard Burton and Jean Simmons
Liquid of shellac dissolved in alcohol that dries to form a hard protective coating
Heavyweight boxer; 1967 and 1970 BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award winner
Tycho —, Danish astronomer who established the Uraniborg Observatory on the island of Hven
Tree or shrub of the genus Myrica also called bayberry
Brian —, Grand National winner on Red Alligator and Red Rum
Marcus Vipsanius —, Roman general, son-in-law of Augustus, who died in 12 BC
Carl —, optical instruments manufacturer established in Germany in 1846
Patrick —, New Zealand-born Widnes Vikings rugby league wing previously with Bradford Bulls
1996 novel by Melvin Burgess

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