Mirror Quiz Crossword September 23 2022 Answers

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Mirror Quiz Crossword September 23 2022 Answers

ACROSS
  • Paradorn —, 2004 Nottingham Open men's singles tennis championship winner
    SRICHAPHAN
  • University friend of Hamlet in the William Shakespeare play of that name
    HORATIO
  • Catalina —, 2004 Olympic balance beam and floor exercise gold medallist
    PONOR
  • & 11A 1959 novel by William Golding (4,4)
    FREE
  • See 10 Across
    FALL
  • Seventh letter in the Greek alphabet
    ETA
  • Middle section of the human foot
    INSTEP
  • Strong fabric, usually of cotton, in plain weave with fine ribbing used for dresses and children's wear
    POPLIN
  • Berry-like fruit of a rose plant
    HIP
  • Takuma —, Japanese F1 driver from 2002-08
    SATO
  • Twin brother of Jacob in the Old Testament
    ESAU
  • Port and largest city in Kansai, Japan
    OSAKA
  • The —, horse racecourse at which the Irish Derby is run
    CURRAGH
  • See 6 Down
    THEPHOENIX
DOWN
  • John —, 1964 winner of the F1 World Drivers' Championship
    SURTEES
  • Ninth letter of the Greek alphabet
    IOTA
  • Oriental tobacco-pipe also called a hubble-bubble
    HOOKAH
  • Horse that won the 2000 Grand National
    PAPILLON
  • Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin show; 1977 Tony Award winner for Best Musical and Best Original Score
    ANNIE
  • & 25A 1965 film drama starring James Stewart and Richard Attenborough (3,6,2,3,7)
    THEFLIGHTOF
  • HMS —, battleship launched in 1906 armed with ten 305mm guns
    DREADNOUGHT
  • Small musical instrument whose lyre-shaped metal frame is held between the teeth
    JEWSHARP
  • Site of a complex of caves in Dordogne, France, containing Palaeolithic wall drawings and paintings
    LASCAUX
  • Fine plaster used for coating walls
    STUCCO
  • Sylvia —, US poet whose volumes include The Colossus and Ariel
    PLATH
  • Eleanor —, actress who played Augusta Colt in 2004 romcom Wimbledon
    BRON