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September 7 2017, Mirror - Quiz

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1954 novel by James A Michener adapted for a 1957 film drama starring Marlon Brando
University city in West Yorkshire that hosts a triennial international piano competition
18th-century English highwayman associated with horse Black Bess
Poem by John Masefield included in 1902 volume Salt-Water Ballads
Protruding part of the face below the mouth
1970 comedy-drama film starring Jane Asher and John Moulder-Brown
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Apollo 13
2008 novel by Linda Fairstein
Whitish milky fluid containing protein and starch produced by many plants including the rubber tree
African republic; capital Dodoma
Capital of Gard, France whose Roman remains include the Maison Carree
Peter —, actor who played Clegg in BBC TV sitcom Last of the Summer Wine
Mark —, 1984 and 1988 Olympic individual eventing gold medallist
The —, 1994 action-comedy film starring Jim Carrey and Peter Riegert
— 1, Russian spacecraft that crash-landed on return to earth in 1967
County of England; county town Winchester
Yellowish or brownish organic substance used in the leather industry
Band of fibrous tissue connecting muscle to bone
First ruler of the Timurid Empire who died in 1405
Former province of South Africa; capital Pietermaritzburg
Vic —, 1953 Wimbledon singles tennis champion
Erich —, author of novels Only Love and Prizes
Peter —, Labour MP for Neath from 1991-2015; Secretary of State for Wales from 2002-08
1978-83 US television sitcom starring Judd Hirsch, Marilu Henner and Danny DeVito

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