Crossword clues for ewa
Ewa or EWA may refer to:
Ewa is one of the woredas in the Afar Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Administrative Zone 4, Ewa is located near the base of the eastern escarpment of the Ethiopian highlands, and bordered on the south by the Administrative Zone 1, on the west by the Amhara Region, on the north by Gulina, and on the east by Aura; part of its boundary with Zone 1 is defined by the Logiya River. The major settlement in Ewa is Alele Subula.
Based on the 2007 Census conducted by the Central Statistical Agency of Ethiopia (CSA), this woreda has a total population of 47,203, of whom 26,437 are men and 20,766 women; with an area of 1,463.89 square kilometers, Ewa has a population density of 32.24. While 1,237 or 2.62% are urban inhabitants, a further 26,913 or 57.02% are pastoralists. A total of 7,921 households were counted in this woreda, which results in an average of 6.0 persons to a household, and 8,217 housing units. 99.81% of the population said they were Muslim.
Ewa is a given name, and may refer to:
In television and film:
- Ewa Aulin, Swedish actress and one time winner of Miss Teen Sweden
- Ewa Strömberg, Swedish actress
- Ewa Angeli, Polish/American pop singer
- Ewa Biegas, one of Poland's top soprano and opera singers
- Ewa Demarczyk, one of Poland's most popular singing talents
- Ewa Podleś, Polish opera singer
- Ewa Sonnet, topless model and singer from Rybnik, Poland
- Ewa Cybulska, a fictional Polish character played by Marion Cotillard in the 2013 film The Immigrant
In other fields:
- Ewa Białołęcka, Polish fantasy writer
- Ewa Klamt, German politician and Member of the European Parliament for Lower Saxony
- Ewa Kłobukowska, Polish sprinter
- Ewa Paradies, Nazi camp overseer
- Ewa Rybak, Polish javelin thrower
Usage examples of "ewa".
General Mclnerney and I had a long talk about that, and about Ewa, and about our mutual friend, Colonel Dawkins.
He couldn't talk to the tower at Pearl, so he landed at Ewa because there's less traffic.
Both of them are to be at the Ewa Marine Air Station at the earliest possible time tomorrow morning.
While at Ewa, Lieutenant Stevenson had trained him in the use of the radio direction finder, even though he suspected that the instrument wasn't going to work very well when they reached the Gobi.
He'd heard it so often at the bar in the Ewa Officer's Club that it had to be something more than wishful thinking.
Charley had explained it to them back at Ewa, so they would know what they were forbidden to do.
Just before they left Ewa, a highly excited Navy supply officer at Pearl Harbor appeared, trying to locate a barrel-chested, bald-headed Marine Technical Sergeant who had been drawing supplies-including leather jackets and flight suits-with requisitions that turned out to be fraudulent.
Till he got close, though, the small smoke from Ewa was lost in the greater conflagration of Pearl Harbor.
But now he’d moved far enough Waikiki of Honolulu that Waikiki was Ewa of him.
For that matter, the Marines at Ewa and Kaneohe hadn’t done enough to stop the enemy, either.
After the Japanese had bombed and strafed Ewa, VMF-211 had zero flyable aircraft.
So he didn't have much trouble reading what was behind their eyes when they finally got back to Ewa, still accompanied by their nurse "friends," and saw the destroyed aircraft and the blanket-wrapped bodies of their buddies on the stretchers.
Charles Galloway was going to take that F4F-4 Wildcat off from Ewa in the morning, come hell or high water.
Ten minutes after Galloway took off from Ewa, the Navy was informed he was on the way, and was asked to relay that information to the Saratoga.
So he didn’t have much trouble reading what was behind their eyes when they finally got back to Ewa, still accompanied by their nurse “friends,” and saw the destroyed aircraft and the blanket-wrapped bodies of their buddies on the stretchers.