Crossword clues for tey
n. an Old English measure of length for rope, perhaps equivalent to the fathom.
Her husband, Ay filled an important role in the courts of several pharaohs – Amenhotep III, Akhenaten and Tutankhamen – before ascending the throne himself, as the male line of the royal family became extinct. He is believed to be connected to the royal family; he was probably a brother of Queen Tiye (wife of Amenhotep III).
Tey may refer to:
- Tey, consort of Pharaoh Kheperkheprure Ay
- Josephine Tey, British mystery writer
- Tey Cindy, Malaysian model.
- "Tey", a gender-neutral pronoun
- Kabaret TEY, a Polish cabaret
- Marks Tey, an English village
Usage examples of "tey".
MacKintosh used two pen names during her writing career: Josephine Tey, who was also her Suffolk great-great-grandmother, and Gordon Daviot.
Gordon Daviot pseudonym, and it introduced the character of Inspector Grant, familiar now from the Tey novels.
Ta coot peoples shall haf teir sleeps a whole hour after tey ought to be at teir works.
OTHER BOOKS BY JOSEPHINE TEY The Daughter of Time The Franchise Affair The Man in the Queue Miss Pym Disposes A Shilling for Candles The Singing Sands To Love and Be Wise Josephine TEY BRAT FARRAR With a New Introduction by Robert Barnard scribner paperback fiction Published by Simon and Schuster SCRIBNER PAPERBACK FICTION Simon and Schuster Inc.
Manufactured in the United States of America 3 5 7 9 10 8 6 4 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Tey, Josephine, 1896 or 7-1952.
CIP BRAT FARRAR Introduction BY ROBERT BARNARD Mystery readers who have never encountered Josephine Tey are in for a delicious treat.
They give to their favourite Tey novel what they once gave to their favourite books of childhood, to The Wind in the Willows, Little Women, or whatever: unconditional enthusiasm.
Indeed, in her more straight-forward detective stories, Josephine Tey often reveals a sort of impatience with the rules and conventions of the whodunit.
If Ngaio Marsh or Christie had died as young as Tey, we would have a good idea of what they could have gone on writing.
We can guess that Tey would have written several more whodunits, but what she would have written is beyond our guesswork.
About the Author elizabeth mackintosh used two pen names during her writing career: Josephine Tey, who was also her Suffolk great-great-grandmother, and Gordon Daviot.
The first of the Josephine Tey mysteries, A Shilling for Candles, was published in 1936 and was eventually followed by Miss Pym Disposes in 1947.
FRANCHISE AFFAIR by Josephine Tey THE FRANCHISE AFFAIR JOSEPHINE Tey CHAPTER 1.
I shied away from thinking about what my partner carrier, Tey Transport, would say.
I jettisoned the unprofitable routes, retracted the company back to Quartz River, reorganized the dock, and used my training at Tey to improve service.