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1983 Salman Rushdie novel shortlisted for the Booker Prize

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Mirror - Quiz Clues July 03, 2017

River in N Italy that flows to the Adriatic via Verona
1983 Salman Rushdie novel shortlisted for the Booker Prize
Soup or stew thickened with okra pods
Distilling apparatus used in chemistry consisting of two vessels connected by a tube
1954 musical-drama film starring Elizabeth Taylor and Vittorio Gassman
Villainous ensign in William Shakespeare play Othello
State of Peninsular Malaysia on the South China Sea; capital Kuantan
Capital of the Bahamas
Suburb of Paris housing an international airport
The —, 1983 comedy-drama film starring Tom Berenger and Glenn Close
Robert —, US artist whose works include 1978 lithograph South Bend
Brad —, New Zealand lock; 2011 Rugby World Cup Final winner
John —, president of the US from 1841-45
1987 Ascot Gold Cup winner ridden by Steve Cauthen
City in E India, headquarters of Santhal Pargana division, Jharkhand
Leon —, English oboist awarded a CBE in 1950
Back part of a golf club head where it bends to join the shaft
Anxiety disorder, a fear of open spaces, named by Karl Westphal in 1871
John —, comic actor who played the title role in 1989 film Uncle Buck
1975 Broadway show; 1976 Tony Award for Best Musical winner
Former name of Kolkata, capital of West Bengal, India
City in Lombardy; chief financial centre of Italy
F1 motor racing circuit that hosted the San Marino GP between 1981-2006
HM Prison —, high security detention centre situated at RAF Long Kesh, Northern Ireland, from 1971-2000

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