Crossword clues for ashe
- "A Hard Road to Glory" writer
- New York's ___ Stadium
- Court legend
- Court great
- ___ Stadium in Queens
- ___ Stadium (Queens landmark)
- "But, ___ was ambitious, I slew him": Brutus
- Arthur ___ Stadium
- ___ Stadium, home of the U.S. Open
- "Off the Court" writer
- Contemporary of Emerson
- Arthur ___ Stadium in Queens
- ___ Stadium, sports venue since 1997
- Contemporary of Rosewall
- North Carolina county named for an early governor
- See 46-Across
- "Off the Court" autobiographer
- Arthur of the court
- Only African-American male to win Wimbledon
- Tennis champ Arthur
- Arthur of tennis
- Eponym of a North Carolina "-ville"
- Former Davis Cup captain Arthur
- Arthur who wrote "A Hard Road to Glory"
- Champ just before 36-Down
- Queens tennis stadium
- U.S. tennis legend on a 37Вў stamp
- New York stadium eponym
- U.S. Open's ___ Stadium
- Arthur with a racket
- Athlete who posthumously won the Presidential Medal of Freedom, 1993
- 7/5/75 winner over Connors
- Arthur in the International Tennis Hall of Fame
- Arthur with a Queens stadium named after him
- Athlete who wrote "Off the Court"
- ___ Stadium (Big Apple tennis locale)
- Arthur who often raised a racket
- 1970s Wimbledon victor over Connors
- He got a tennis scholarship from U.C.L.A.
- Subject of four Sports Illustrated covers between 1966 and 1993
- 1968 winner of the 43-Down
- ESPN's Arthur ___ Courage Award
- Borg rival
- ___ Stadium (facility near Citi Field)
- Tennis's Arthur ___ Stadium
- Queens stadium eponym
- 26-Across of a North Carolina "-ville"
- Athlete who wrote "A Hard Road to Glory"
- Eponym of a Southern "-ville"
- King Arthur of tennis
- National Junior Tennis League co-founder
- Court legend Arthur
- Court giant Arthur
- Sports great with the 1993 memoir "Days of Grace"
- Tennis star Arthur
- Arthur who was king of the court?
- Name attached to a North Carolina "-ville"
- Tennis player who posthumously received a Presidential Medal of Freedom
- United States tennis player who was the first Black to win United States and English singles championships (1943-1993)
- Late tennis V.I.P.
- 1975 Wimbledon champ
- Late opponent of apartheid
- "Days of Grace" author
- Netman Arthur
- Court V.I.P. Arthur
- Court king Arthur
- Late tennis great
- "Off the Court" author
- Tennis's Arthur
- "Hard Road to Glory" writer
- Court hero
- Contemporary of 22-Down
- Wimbledon winner, 1975
- Late apartheid opponent
- Tennis name of fame
- "A Hard Road to Glory" athlete-author
- Onetime Davis Cup coach
- Tennis champ who played for U.C.L.A.
- Tennis legend Arthur
- Queens's ___ Stadium
- Gentleman of the court
- Connors defeater, 1975
- 1975 Wimbledon winner
- 1968 U.S. Open champ
- 1968 U.S. Open winner
- Revolutionary War commander John
- "As Long ___ Needs Me" ("Oliver!" song)
- Connors opponent
- 1972 U.S. Open finalist
- Athlete with a statue in Richmond, Va.
- Former Davis Cup captain
- Author on mythology Geoffrey___
- Tennis great Arthur
- "Hard Road to Glory" author
- Commander at Briar Creek, in the Revolutionary War
- Arthur ___ Stadium (U.S.T.A. facility)
- U.S. Open stadium name
- New York stadium name
- Former Davis Cup coach
- 1967 U.S. clay court champion
- North Carolina county on the Blue Ridge Parkway
- King Arthur of the courts
- "A Hard Road to Glory" author
- Governor for whom a North Carolina city is named
- 1980's U.S. Davis Cup captain
- '75 Wimbledon champ
- Flushing Meadow stadium name
- Stadium near Shea
- Court great Arthur
- Connors contemporary
- 1968 champion at Forest Hills
- Queens stadium name
- 1980's Davis Cup captain
- He beat Connors to win Wimbledon
- North Carolina county
- New York City stadium name
- 1968 U.S. Open champion
n. (surname topographic from=Middle English dot=), spelling variant of Ash
Housing Units (2000): 13268
Land area (2000): 426.129387 sq. miles (1103.670000 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.654075 sq. miles (1.694046 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 426.783462 sq. miles (1105.364046 sq. km)
Located within: North Carolina (NC), FIPS 37
Location: 36.424166 N, 81.493302 W
Ashe County, NC
Ashe may refer to:
Ashe is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Ashe "Ashlyn Willson", Singer-Songwriter
- Aran Ashe, British erotic writer
- Arthur Ashe (1943–1993), American tennis player and social activist
- Bowman Foster Ashe (1885–1952), American academic administrator
- Brian Ashe (born 1963), American politician
- Corey Ashe (born 1986), American soccer player
- Daniela Denby-Ashe (born 1978), British actress
- Danni Ashe (born 1968), American model and businesswoman
- Douglas Ashe, pseudonym used by John Franklin Bardin (1916–1981)
- Geoffrey Ashe (born 1923), British writer on Arthurian subjects
- George Ashe (disambiguation), multiple people
- John Ashe (disambiguation), multiple people
- Robert William Escourt Ashe (1872–1911), Collector during the British Raj
- Samuel Ashe (disambiguation), multiple people
- Thomas Ashe (1885–1917), Irish Republican
- Thomas Ashe (1836–1889), British poet
- Thomas Samuel Ashe (1812–1887), American politician
- Victor Ashe (born 1945), American mayor and ambassador
- William Shepperd Ashe (1814–1862), American politician
Usage examples of "ashe".
At the end of the column of smoke a man had stood, a man in a gray mantled-cloak, much like the one Ashe wore.
So he had come to respect her ideas and rely on her almost as much as he did on Grunthor, which was why her leaving with Ashe felt like betrayal.
This was largely because she had never actually seen what Ashe looked like, though she had been closer to doing so than most.
The row that had ensued served as an unpleasant but effective introduction, not only between Ashe and herself, but Ashe and Rhapsody as well.
Jo was just beginning to learn to love her back when Ashe came to visit, complicating things.
Had he more a living man than the shell of a man that he was, Ashe might have h en able to resist whatever charms she had bound him with.
Rhapsody had said nothing, Ashe picked up on her increased nervousness.
She glanced back at Ashe, who had made a quick camp and was preparing the noonday meal over a small campfire.
Just as she decided to try it and took the first step, Ashe called out from behind her.
She looked around the interior of the room again as Ashe laid a fire with the wet branches he had found behind the hut.
She smiled and looked up at Ashe, who was kicking trie towel he had dropped on the floor under the bed.
Perhaps whatever odd nature caused his strange ocular formation was part of why Ashe was hunted.
In her dream Ashe sought her endlessly, hunting her wherever she went.
It caused a disturbance in her vision, and she began to wonder if that was how Ashe would appear.
Her immediate adversary, the one she had called Ashe, closed quickly, directly in front of her.