Mirror Quiz Crossword April 12 2018 Answers

Here are all the Mirror Quiz Crossword April 12 2018 Answers. Click on any of the links below to show each of the crossword clue answers.

Mirror Quiz Crossword April 12 2018 Answers

  • City in Oita Prefecture, Kyushu, Japan, noted for its hot springs crossword clue
  • Brian —, Grand National winner on Red Alligator and Red Rum crossword clue
  • Piece of music composed for eight singers crossword clue
  • 1972 and 1976 Olympic 10,000m and 5,000m gold medallist crossword clue
  • Water-based paint mainly used for interior decorating crossword clue
  • Capital of Italy crossword clue
  • George —, 19th-century author of novels Indiana and Consuelo crossword clue
  • 2011 no 1 single by Jessie J featuring BoB crossword clue
  • Largest city in Kentucky, US crossword clue
  • Industrial city in Ukraine on the Styr River crossword clue
  • Musical note with the time value of a quarter of a semibreve crossword clue
  • Yvon —, 1946 Wimbledon men’s singles tennis championship winner crossword clue
  • Jocelyn —, author of novels The Dog at Clambercrown and The Scapegoat crossword clue
  • Paul —, Canadian artist whose works include 1884’s Listening to the Skylark crossword clue
  • Mountain range in south central Europe crossword clue
  • Betty —, 1977 Wimbledon singles tennis championship runner-up crossword clue
  • Author of novels Shirley and Villette crossword clue
  • Torquato —, 16th-century Italian author of epic poem Jerusalem Delivered crossword clue
  • 2008 action film starring Daniel Craig and Olga Kurylenko crossword clue
  • Phil —, rugby union prop; 1976 Ireland Test debutant against France crossword clue
  • Single oar moved from side to side over the stern of a boat to propel it crossword clue
  • Member of a mainly Hindu people living chiefly in Nepal crossword clue
  • 2006-14 US television comedy-drama series that starred James Roday and Dule Hill crossword clue
  • Species of wild mountain goat of Asia, Europe and North Africa crossword clue
  • Max —, winner of the World Chess Championship from 1935-37 crossword clue