Category: Mirror Quiz
Small building in which images of outside objects are projected onto a flat surf...
Robert -, general whose victory at Plassey in 1757 strengthened British control ...
Author of novels The World My Wilderness and The Towers of Trebizond
Member of a Native American people chiefly now living in Oklahoma
City in Brazil housing F1 track the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace
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Lorenzo -, Italian Renaissance artist whose works include Portrait of Giovanni d...
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Longest river in France
2001 novel by Ali Smith
1742 novel by Henry Fielding
Marcia -, actress who played Bree Van de Kamp in 2004-12 US television series De...
E M Forster novel published posthumously in 1971
The -, 2005 comedy-drama film starring Pierce Brosnan and Greg Kinnear
Tropical evergreen tree whose dried unopened flower buds are used as a fragrant ...
Small Asian citrus tree with greenish oval edible fruits
Author of 1759 novel Candide
Actor who starred in 1952 comedy-drama film The Pickwick Papers
Eugene -, 1904-20 Socialist Party of America candidate for US president
Ancient plucked stringed instrument whose body is shaped like a halved pear
Asian climbing plant whose leaves are chewed as a narcotic
1987 crime film starring Christopher Lambert and Terence Stamp
Mike -, 1992 Olympic 200m gold medallist
Donald -, president of the United States since January
River upon which Winchester, Hampshire stands
Market town and administrative centre of Northumberland
US television drama series that featured the Colby and Carrington families
Kevin -, rugby league centre; Leeds, Wigan and St Helens Challenge Cup Final pla...
Chief coalmining and industrial region of Germany
First letter of the Greek alphabet
Thomas -, 18th-century English composer noted for his setting of Shakespearean s...
Ossie -, US actor who played Midge Carter in 1996 film comedy Im Not Rappaport
Director of films Smokey and the Bandit and The Cannonball Run
Small marine food fish of the salmon family
2000 comedy-drama film starring Nicolas Cage and Tea Leoni
Gene -, US actor-singer who played the title role in 1951 Western film Whirlwind
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Sarah -, character in 1844 Charles Dickens novel The Life and Adventures of Mart...
Coastal resort in Kent north of Canterbury
City and railway junction in Romania that has belonged to Turkey, Austria and Hu...
Scott -, author of novels Personal Injuries and Presumed Innocent
1973 Edward Bond stage play about William Shakespeare
1976 Walt Disney family film starring Edward Asner and Don Knotts
1980 stage play by Steven Berkoff
2007 film drama starring Claire Danes and Toni Collette
1971 novel by Arthur Hailey
1937 novel by James M Cain narrated by the character John Howard Sharp
1949 novel by Nelson Algren whose title character is Francis Majcinek
Jeannette -, 1952 Olympic singles figure skating gold medallist
Tributary of the Svir River in NW Russia
Catherine -, 2003 and 2007 World Championships marathon gold medallist
Elisabeth -, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Leaving Las Vegas
God of war in Greek mythology
Town in NE Wales on the Dee estuary housing a ruined castle
2000 crime film starring Benicio Del Toro and Dennis Farina
Walled city in N England on the River Ouse
2007 comedy-horror film starring Jess Weixler and John Hensley
Marco Antonio -, WBC Super Featherweight champion from 2004-07
Syngman -, president of South Korea from 1948-60
Richard -, actor son of actress Patricia Hayes who played Bertrum Muffet in 1970...
Winona -, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for The Age of Innocen...
Card of the lowest ranking suit in bridge
1886 novel by Louisa M Alcott
Chemical element; symbol Pb
1988 film drama starring Christine Lahti, Judd Hirsch and Martha Plimpton
Tropical Asian plant with fleshy leaves cultivated for its large edible rootstoc...
Small European tree with poisonous yellow drooping flowers
The -, 17th-century painting by Diego Velazquez damaged by suffragette Mary Rich...
In heraldry, the colour red
Ernest -, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Marty
Shrub or tree with clusters of small white flowers such as the Sierra - or Ameri...
Richard -, British boxer who fought Muhammad Ali for the World Heavyweight title...
In Greek mythology, a priest who warned against accepting the wooden horse of th...
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Cathedral city in Cambridgeshire on the River Ouse
God of mischief and destruction in Norse mythology
Unit of weight equal to 50g used in China
Mikhail -, director of dance company American Ballet Theatre from 1980-90
2002 film thriller starring Jason Patric and Ray Liotta
Aircraft firm founded by Alliott Verdon Roe in 1910
Resort town in Belgium with medicinal mineral springs
1951 film musical starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron
River in N France; scene of heavy fighting in World War One
1995 film drama starring Christian Slater and Kevin Bacon
Stuart -, Australian golfer; 2004-06 winner of the Mercedes Championships tourna...
1975 crime drama film starring Burt Reynolds and Catherine Deneuve
The -, 2012 film thriller starring John Cusack as Edgar Allan Poe
Donkey in stories by A A Milne
Silvery-white metal; symbol Pt
Husks of cereal grain separated from the flour by sifting
1983 UK no 1 single by Spandau Ballet
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Avestan name for the Persian prophet who founded Zoroastrianism
Patrick -, New Zealand-born Widnes Vikings rugby league wing previously with Bra...
US port and resort on the west coast of Florida
Member of a political faction in medieval Italy that supported the Papacy and op...
Game in which a spinning top is thrown and caught on a cord fastened to two hand...
Seaport of Turkey on the Golden Horn peninsula
- Rebellion, name by which the Indian Mutiny of 1857-58 was also known
Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose
Marland -, Harlequins and England rugby union wing
Spice made from the dried aril round a nutmeg seed
Market town in Norfolk at the mouth of the Great Ouse; a leading port in the Mid...
Semiaquatic mammal whose fur is highly valued
Language of which Norwegian linguist Knut Bergsland produced a comprehensive dic...
US golfer; 1994 Texas Open tournament winner
Brendan -, actor who played the title role in 1997 action-comedy film George of ...
Leg and loin of an animal, such as a deer, eaten as food
Seat for riding on the back of an elephant or camel
Bob -, Best Director Oscar winner for Cabaret
OA -, Middlesex cricketer; 2006 England Test debutant against India in Mumbai
Pietro -, Italian painter noted for a 1955 portrait of Queen Elizabeth II
John -, author of novels The Sot-Weed Factor and Giles Goat-Boy
Boxing sanctioning organisation run by Edward S Levine
Ogden -, US humorist whose volumes include 1931s Hard Lines
1995 action film starring Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson
Henry -, author of novels Tarka the Otter and Salar the Salmon
1979 film drama starring Ray Winstone and Mick Ford
2004 UK no 1 single by Britney Spears
2008 crime drama film starring Keanu Reeves and Forest Whitaker
Large carrion-eating diurnal bird of prey of the New World such as the Caruncula...
James -, Scottish author of 1824 novel The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a ...
Clare -, 1983-2010 Labour MP for Birmingham Ladywood; Secretary of State for Int...
Opaque green mineral consisting of hydrated copper carbonate
Australian shrub with a flowering spike also known as blackboy
2008 biopic starring Sophie Okonedo as Sandra Laing
Peter -, 2013 winner, with Francois Englert, of the Nobel Prize in Physics
2008 action film starring Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson
Marcelo -, 1998 Australian Open singles tennis championship runner-up
Maria -, winner of the 1959 US National Singles tennis championship
Small port and resort in Argyll and Bute, W Scotland
Edgar Allan -, US short-story writer who died in 1849
Gaming stake put up before the deal in poker
Asian woody grass of the bamboo subfamily whose stems are used for canes and umb...
City in Israel housing Ben Gurion International Airport
- Peninsula, area of land in E Canada between the St Lawrence River and Chaleur ...
Burmese diplomat; third Secretary-General of the United Nations, from 1961-71
Coastal city in SE Texas, US famously struck by a hurricane in 1900
1983 childrens novel by Anne Fine
1950s political movement in Cyprus led by Georgeios Grivas
Stavros -, Greek shipping tycoon who died in 1996
Large feline mammal of African and Asian forests
Species of Dianthus also called clove pink
Society set up in Poperinge, Belgium, during WWI to encourage Christian comrades...
2006 novel by Ruth Rendell
Stephen -, author of novels Takedown and Hot Blood
2008 winner of The Oaks ridden by Seb Sanders
Yuzuru -, 2014 Winter Olympics mens singles figure skating gold medallist
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Reddish-brown glandular organ of the body that stores glycogen
District of Liverpool after which a Premier League football club is named
Large inlet of northern South Island, New Zealand whose chief towns include Nels...
2004 comedy-drama film starring Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden Church
BBC TV documentary/reality series presented by Esther Rantzen whose featured ama...
US city; state capital of Mississippi before Jackson
Ian -, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for The Flight of the Phoen...
In music, a group of three equal notes played in a time value of two or four
1997 film drama starring Morgan Freeman and Anthony Hopkins
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Diluted drink of rum issued to the British Navy whose name derived from the nick...
Erik -, French composer of 1917 ballet Parade
2006 novel by Douglas Coupland
In mathematics, an angle of less than 90 degrees
Folke -, Swedish diplomat and UN Security Council mediator assassinated in 1948
One of The Three Musketeers in works by Alexandre Dumas
2008 novel by Marian Keyes
In Greek mythology, a nymph dwelling in a lake, spring, fountain or river
1985 novel by Larry McMurtry
Small flying insect known to bite
Former French gold coin worth 20 francs
Asian republic; capital Tehran
1976 novel by William Goldman
1980 film drama starring Gary Busey and Jodie Foster
Sarah -, actress who played Sarah Braithwaite in ITV series At Home with the Bra...
Arthur -, 1958 Commonwealth shot put gold medallist
1958 comedy film starring, directed and written by Jacques Tati; 1959 Best Forei...
Largest city in Punjab, India
South American republic; capital Bogota
1986-91 BBC TV sitcom starring Jean Boht as Nellie Boswell
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Coming Home
The -, 2010 action film starring Liam Neeson as Colonel Hannibal Smith
Second epoch of the Palaeogene period in the geologic timescale
Pasta in the form of short tubes
Fern of the spleenwort family of North America and Eurasia
University city in central Texas, US associated with the agriculture and petrole...
Capital of Nigeria
Malaysian or Indonesian knife with a wavy-edged blade
Highest mountain in the world
Tree of the pea family also called cocuswood whose wood is used for making reede...
2008 Scottish Grand National winner ridden by Mr Charlie Huxley
Thomas -, English publisher of an 1818 expurgated version of The Family Shakespe...
Labour MP for Neath from 1991-2015; Secretary of State for Wales from 2002-08
1936 childrens book by Noel Streatfeild