Category: Mirror Quiz
Name by which Robin, sidekick of DC Comics character Batman, is known
The -, 1996 debut novel by Alex Garland
1955 film drama starring James Dean and Natalie Wood
Mae -, US comic actress who starred as Marlo Manners in 1978 musical comedy film...
Village and fishing port in Highland, Scotland, on Loch Broom
Main port and commercial capital of Yemen
John -, British Army officer hanged as a spy in 1780 during the American War of ...
Small cool star such as Proxima Centauri
Chris -, US actor who played Peter Quill in 2014 action film Guardians of the Ga...
Andres -, Colombia footballer murdered after the 1994 FIFA World Cup
1921 silent comedy-drama film starring, written and directed by Charles Chaplin
2004-11 US drama-comedy series starring Denis Leary and Michael Lombardi
Novel by George du Maurier published posthumously in 1897
2014 biopic starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz
Marcus Vipsanius -, Roman general, son-in-law of Augustus, who died in 12 BC
City in S Turkey; capital of Syria from 300-64 BC
Playing card with one spot
Nest of a squirrel
Johannes -, Swiss painter who taught at the Bauhaus from 1919-23
Sacred river in Samuel Taylor Coleridge poem Kubla Khan
New town in Northamptonshire formerly associated with the steel industry
1987 film thriller starring Mickey Rourke and Robert De Niro
Legal pronouncement in Islam issued by a religious law specialist on a specific ...
City in Saxony, Germany, known from 1953 to 1990 as Karl-Marx-Stadt
Jean-Jacques -, 18th-century political philosopher whose works include The Socia...
Leontyne -, American soprano who created the female title role in 1966 Samuel Ba...
Jan -, prime minister of South Africa from 1939-48
Charles -, furniture designer best known for his 1956 Lounge Chair
City in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, NE Italy, partially damaged by an earthquake in 1...
Arm of the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Finland
2011 animated film starring the voice talent of Johnny Depp and Isla Fisher
Old English epic poem featuring the monster Grendel
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1982 novel by James A Michener
Helen -, Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar winner for As Good As It Gets
Variety of wheat with pale red kernels cultivated as grain for horses
Ice cream containing small pieces of candied or fresh fruits
Earl -, US politician; Governor of Louisiana for a third term from 1956-60
Snooker player; 2016 Scottish Open tournament winner
Henry Francis -, author of the words of the hymn Abide with Me
The -, 1971 novel by Harold Robbins
Name by which chemical element mercury is also known
Unit of mass equal to 1,000 kg
James -, actor who played the title role in 1987 film drama Maurice
National airline of Belgium that went bankrupt in 2001
City in Turkey; capital of Kocaeli Province
Inscription placed over the head of Christ head during the Crucifixion (inits)
2008 comedy-drama film starring Amy Adams and Emily Blunt
Krisnan -, New Zealand-born dual code rugby player whose clubs have included Cat...
Erki -, 2000 Olympic decathlon gold medallist
Worm that feeds on the blood or tissues of other animals
Harold -, prime minister of Australia from 1966-67
Leopold -, central character in 1922 James Joyce novel Ulysses
1877 piano piece by Euphemia Allen under the pseudonym Arthur de Lulli also know...
Joe -, actor who played Henry Goldblume in US television series Hill Street Blue...
1986 Booker Prize winning novel by Kingsley Amis
Ayrton -, winner of the 1991 F1 World Drivers Championship
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Paul -, Swiss artist whose works include 1928s Cat and Bird
1847 novel by Herman Melville
John -, winner of the Heineken Open singles tennis tournament in 2010 and 2014
US state; capital Boise
The -, 1956 film drama starring Charlton Heston as Moses
Keri -, author of 1984 novel The Bone People, the 1985 Booker Prize winner
Actor-director who played Sgt Donny Donowitz in 2009 war film Inglourious Baster...
John -, Norwich City FC manager from 1994-95
Smallest musical interval used in western tonal music also called a half step
2001 novel by James Ellroy
Port and resort in Imperia, NW Italy, on the slopes of the Maritime Alps
Middle section of the human foot
- acid, poisonous liquid also called hydrogen cyanide
1778 novel by Frances Burney subtitled The History of a Young Ladys Entrance int...
John Stuart, Earl of -, prime minister from 1762-63
Jacques -, president of the European Commission from 1985-95
1516 book by Sir Thomas More
Island in San Francisco Bay that housed a federal prison until 1963
Town in Scotland; administrative headquarters of the Council Area of Clackmannan...
2000 comedy-drama film starring Morgan Freeman and Renee Zellweger
1979 musical film starring Roy Scheider and Jessica Lange
The -, Alfred Tennyson poem about Sir Richard Grenville and the 1591 Battle of F...
Capital of Norway
Unit of length, one twelfth of a foot
1997 film drama starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet
Gavin -, British sculptor and conceptual artist whose installations include 2004...
1994 sci-fi film starring Kurt Russell and James Spader
Chemical element used in thermometers; symbol Hg
Jeremy -, actor who played the title role in 1980s ITV drama series The Adventur...
1958 drama film starring Tony Curtis and Sidney Poitier
1989 comedy-drama film written, directed by and featuring Spike Lee
Andre -, French winner of the 1947 Nobel Prize in Literature
2005 action film starring Josh Lucas and Jessica Biel
Mediterranean plant whose grey-green leaves are used in cooking
Raquel -, actress who played Mrs Windham Vandermark in 2001 romcom Legally Blond...
City in Punjab, Pakistan, housing a museum and zoo
Fragrant rootstock of various irises used in perfumery
Zoltan -, director of film dramas Cry, the Beloved Country and A Womans Vengeanc...
Small marine food fish with a salty taste
1972 novel by Michael Crichton under pen-name John Lange
Sacred book of Islam
Commune in Calvados, France, associated with a famous tapestry
Laurence -, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for The Boys from Brazil
1994 crime drama film starring John Travolta and Samuel L Jackson
2001 novel by Irvine Welsh
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- Castle, a place of imprisonment of Charles I near Newport on the Isle of Wight
Childrens card game
River in Poland upon which Poznan stands
Anish -, sculptor who won the 1991 Turner Prize
Type of skin lesion such as the Ink-spot -
Language of fictional superstate Oceania in 1949 George Orwell novel Nineteen Ei...
Keir -, US actor who starred as Dr Dave Bowman in 1968 sci-fi film 2001: A Space...
Port in Rio Negro Department, W Uruguay noted for its meat-packing industry
Fifth note of a major scale in tonic sol-fa
Godfrey -, author of volumes of autobiography The Positive Hour and The Infirm G...
Sea of -, arm of the Black Sea fed chiefly by the River Don
Wife of Charles II of England, France, Scotland and Ireland from 1662-85
Ancient Egyptian female fertility goddess usually depicted with a cows horns
Evergreen or deciduous tree or shrub whose fruit is the acorn
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- water, alkaline mineral water from a French spa on the south shore of Lake Gen...
Muscular dog of an ancient French sheep-herding breed
Species of marten highly valued for its fur
Martin -, British photographer whose volumes include Small World and Think of En...
North American name for round yellow-fleshed root vegetable the swede
Large crocodilian of the southern US
All the animal life in a particular region or geological period
John -, chronicler and antiquary who published a Survey of London in 1598
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American Football team; Super Bowl XLIV winners in 2010
1996 film drama starring Kris Kristofferson, Matthew McConaughey and Chris Coope...
1962 stage play by Arnold Wesker
Freshwater diving bird with lobed membranes along each toe
Genus of fleshy cactus-like leafless African plants
1940 film comedy starring Laurel & Hardy
Thick woollen cloth originally produced in Scotland
Stocky carnivorous burrowing mammal with strong claws and a black and white stri...
Resort town in Portugal near Lisbon noted for its palaces and castles
Julian -, director of films Before Night Falls and The Diving Bell and the Butte...
Any of various breeds of dog with very dense hair and a tightly-curled tail
River upon which Exeter, Devon, stands
Scottish island of the Inner Hebrides southeast of Rum
Goddess of peace in Greek mythology
In Ancient Greece, a sacrifice to the gods of 100 oxen
In golf, the flagpole marking the hole on a green
Idris -, London-born actor who plays the title role in BBC TV series Luther
Hunter in Greek mythology turned into a stag after accidentally seeing Artemis b...
Metallic element; symbol Sn
Regent of the Sun in John Milton poem Paradise Lost
Jonathan -, Dublin-born Conservative MP for South Thanet from 1983-97
Group of limestone mountains in NE Italy whose highest peak is Marmolada
Hugh -, leader of the Labour Party from 1955-63
Michael -, Secretary of State for Education from 2010-14
1957 novel by John Braine
Ralph Waldo -, US poet who authored 1836 essay Nature
Inflammation of the liver caused by a virus or toxin
Hard fat around the kidneys of cattle and sheep used in cooking
Ancient city in Italy buried by an eruption of Vesuvius
1959 comedy film starring Terry-Thomas and George Cole
Charlotte -, actress; sister of author John le Carre
Lorraine -, actress who played Steph Stokes in ITV soap Emmerdale between 2002-0...
Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Love Story
Member of a South American Indian people whose empire centred on Peru
Supreme god in Germanic mythology
2008 novel by Karin Slaughter
One of a number of small creatures who live on the moon of Endor in the Star War...
Spicy Indian dish served in a wok-like pot
Small settlement on Thurso Bay, Caithness, NE Scotland, associated with the fish...
Annual plant with edible sticky green pods also called ladies fingers
Kiran -, author of 2006 Man Booker Prize-winning novel The Inheritance of Loss
Type of West Indian pop music; a forerunner of reggae
The -, Mikhail Bulgakov novel on which stage play The Days of the Turbins was ba...
Graham -, jockey who rode 1972 Grand National winner Well To Do
Peninsula in the N Adriatic Sea whose chief city is Pula
1990 Roald Dahl childrens book featuring the character Mr Hoppy
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for A Farewell to Arms
Crystalline solid chemical element; symbol Si
Michael -, 2007 Wimbledon mens doubles tennis championship winner with Arnaud Cl...
Former kingdom of central Europe that belonged to the Hapsburgs from 1526-1918
Paolo -, Florentine painter whose works include The Battle of San Romano, 1432
Dismissal governed by Law 36 of the Laws of Cricket as written by the MCC
Muse of love poetry in Greek mythology
Jamie -, actor who played Corporal Klinger in US television sitcom M*A*S*H
Barry -, actor who played Michael Upton in ITV sitcoms Doctor at Large and Docto...
Fantastical Spaniard in William Shakespeare play Loves Labours Lost
The -, 1989 action film starring Ed Harris and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
The -, 2004 novel by Mark Gatiss
- Castle, former home in Sutherland, Scotland of Andrew Carnegie overlooking the...
The -, organisation in Manhattan, New York City, founded in 1947 by Elia Kazan, ...
Capital and chief port of Fiji