Crossword clues for alda
- Photographer/writer Arlene
- He played Hawkeye on "M*A*S*H"
- Oscar nominee for "The Aviator"
- Actor whose four-letter first name shares three letters with his last
- Alan who played Hawkeye
- Actor whose last name is a 41-Down of his first name, after a D is changed to an N
- Oscar-nominated actor for "The Aviator"
- Alan who played Captain Pierce
- Robert of "The Girl Who Knew Too Much"
- "M*A*S*H" man
- He played the U.S. president in "Canadian Bacon," 1995
- "What Women Want" actor
- Senator Vinick's portrayer on "The West Wing"
- Vinick's portrayer on "The West Wing"
- Host of PBS's "Scientific American Frontiers"
- Robert ___, who once played Gershwin
- Robert or Alan
- Alan or Robert
- He's Hawkeye on TV
- "Four Seasons" director
- "M*A*S*H" has brought him cash
- Robert (père) or Alan (fils)
- Major Pierce portrayer
- He played Gershwin
- Former Met diva
- He directed "The Four Seasons"
- Temperamental Met soprano: 1908-29
- Actor-director Alan
- Frances of opera
- Alan from N.Y.C.
- TV's Hawkeye Pierce
- "The Seduction of Joe Tynan" star, 1979
- See 15 Across
- Captain Pierce portrayer
- "The Four Seasons" director
- Pierce, in a TV series
- Director of "The Four Seasons"
- "Crimes & Misdemeanors" actor
- Hawkeye of "M*A*S*H"
- Main man in "M*A*S*H"
- "California Suite" star
- Soprano Frances
- Soprano Frances: 1883-1952
- "M*A*S*H" TV star
- Hawkeye in a TV series
- Opera star Frances ___: 1883–1952
- Actor in "The Four Seasons"
- Hawkeye on TV
- Robert or Alan of films
- Actor in "Same Time, Next Year"
- Star of "M*A*S*H"
- Gershwin portrayer
- Diva Frances ___: 1883–1952
- Alan, son of Robert
- Pierce in "M*A*S*H"
- Pierce of "M*A*S*H"
- Former darling of the Met set
- Alan or Robert of films
- Captain Pierce on TV
- Alan, the actor
- "Rhapsody in Blue" star: 1945
- Noted actor-director
- Caryl Chessman's portrayer
- Director of "The Four Seasons": 1981
- Actor from N.Y.C.
- Alan of TV and films
- Star in "The Four Seasons"
- Alan of films and TV
- Alan or Richard
- TV's Capt. Pierce
- Soprano who wrote "Men, Women and Tenors"
- Italian cinematographer
- Soprano Frances of yesteryear
- He was a smash on "M*A*S*H"
- Actor in "M*A*S*H"
- Hawkeye Pierce actor
- He played Pierce
- Alan of "Manhattan Murder Mystery"
- Hawkeye portrayer
- "Sweet Liberty" star
- Swit co-star
- "Guys and Dolls" Tony winner, 1951
- Actor Robert
- Actor Alan
- "Crimes & Misdemeanors" actor
- "M*A*S*H" actor
- "Crimes and Misdemeanors" actor
- He was Pierce on "M*A*S*H"
- "Everyone Says I Love You" actor
- TV's Hawkeye
- Alan of "The Four Seasons"
- Hawkeye Pierce portrayer
- "The Mephisto Waltz" star
- Pierce player on TV
- Pierce's portrayer
- Capt. Pierce portrayer
- See 5-Down
- "Betsy's Wedding" star
- Pierce player on "M*A*S*H"
- Robert of "Guys and Dolls"
- Two-time Emmy winner as best actor in a comedy
- "Betsy's Wedding" director
- Actor whose last name has three letters of his first
- Co-star of Farrell and Swit
- "A New Life" director
- "The Seduction of Joe Tynan" star
- "M*A*S*H" star
- Joe Tynan's portrayer, 1979
- Swit's TV co-star
- 1940's-80's actor Robert
- "The Four Seasons" star
- Actor Robert or Alan
- Emmy-winner Alan
- Alan of "Betsy's Wedding"
- "Jenny" co-star, 1970
- "Paper Lion" star, 1968
- "Betsy's Wedding" star, 1990
- Oscar nominee for "The Aviator," 2004
- Plimpton portrayer in "Paper Lion"
- "The Aviator" actor, 2004
- В В Pierce portrayer on TV and film
- Alan of "M*A*S*H"
- Alan of "The Seduction of Joe Tynan"
- See 58-Across
- 13-Down player
- "The West Wing" actor
- "Sweet Liberty" director and star
- Hawkeye player on "M*A*S*H"
- "Same Time, Next Year" star
- Hawkeye player
- Hawkeye's portrayer
- "Betsy's Wedding" actor
- Robert of Broadway's "Guys and Dolls"
- Longtime host of "Scientific American Frontiers"
- Tynan player in "The Seduction of Joe Tynan"
- Robert who won a Tony for "Guys and Dolls"
- 2006 Emmy winner for "The West Wing"
- Alan who directed and starred in "Betsy's Wedding"
- Capt. Pierce player
- Tony nominee for "Glengarry Glen Ross"
- Pierce player
- Tony winner for "Guys and Dolls," 1951
- 1985 Oscars co-host with Fonda and Williams
- Alan who played TV's Hawkeye
- Only person to win Emmys for acting, writing and directing
- "Crimes and Misdemeanors" actor, 1989
- Alan of Hollywood
- Alan of "Crimes and Misdemeanors"
- Alan who was born Alphonso D'Abruzzo
- Alan who won an Emmy for his role on "The West Wing"
- Star of the most-watched TV episode ever
- It may knock you out
- "Tower Heist" actor, 2011
- Gershwin portrayer in "Rhapsody in Blue"
- Alan of "The Aviator"
- Pierce portrayer
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Alda may refer to:
- Saint Alda, an Italian mystic
- Alda (name)
- Alda, Nebraska
- Alda Township, Nebraska
- ALDA, the European Association for Local Democracy, an international non-governmental organisation created in 1999
- Alda (automobile), a French automobile manufactured between 1912 and 1922
- Alda, elegiac comedy of William of Blois (12th century )
- Alda (Programming Language), a music programming language for musicians.
The Alda was a French automobile created by Fernand Charron of Charron, Girardot et Voigt (CGV). It was manufactured between 1912 and 1922. The car had a dashboard radiator and a inline-four engine that was claimed to be capable of going "6 to 47 mph in top gear" (9.7–76 km/h). Cars were available with the Henriod rotary valve system; another version featuring six cylinders was also offered. Post- World War I, the four was the only model offered, though it was rebored to .
Alda is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
- Alan Alda, American actor, best known for his portrayal of Hawkeye Pierce in M*A*S*H
- Aldobrandesca (or Saint Alda) (c. 1249—c. 1309), Italian Christian saint and nurse
- Antony Alda (1956—2009), American actor, son of Robert Alda
- Arlene Alda, photographer, musician, author; wife of Alan Alda
- Beatrice Alda (born 1961), American actress, daughter of Alan and Arlene
- Dada Gallotti (born 1935), Italian actress born Alda Gallotti
- Elizabeth Alda (born 1960), American actress, daughter of Alan and Arlene
- Frances Alda (1879—1952), New Zealand-born, Australian-raised operatic soprano
- Julio Ruiz de Alda Miqueleiz (1897—1936), Spanish aviator and politician
- Robert Alda, American actor, father of Alan Alda
- Rutanya Alda (born 1942), Latvian-American actress
- Alda of Alania, 11th-century Alan princess
- Alda Bandeira (born 1949), politician from São Tomé and Príncipe
- Alda Garrido (1896—1970), Brazilian vaudeville actress
- Alda Lara, Portuguese writer
- Alda Lazo (born 1949), Peruvian politician
- Alda Merini (1931–2009), Italian writer
- Alda Neves da Graça do Espírito Santo (1926—2010), poet from São Tomé and Príncipe
- Alda Noni (1916—2011), Italian soprano leggiero
- Alda Wilson (1910—?), Canadian sprinter
Usage examples of "alda".
Several years ago, Coren remembered, Alda Mikels and a few others invited Rega Looms to join a business consortium which seemed to Looms at the margins of legality--gray market at least, if not black market.
After Alda Mikels received his sentence, Towne campaigned for the position of chairman, but it was given by the board reluctantly, and with the proviso that it was temporary, ending upon Mikels’ release.
It was Alda Mikels’ first acquisition upon becoming a board member of Imbitek.
I, Alda, high priest among the Oke Priests, have been summoned to pass judgement.
That was why I incurred the wrath of Alena, mistress of Alda, the Arch-Druid.
Centuries have passed and Alda has been but a legend to those who came after him.
Out there the one who called himself Alda was standing on a hump of raised ground, arms aloft, offering this latest sacrifice to his gods, beseeching them to have mercy.
They were all that stood between the imbecilic Kent, the stolen jewelled sword of Alda and the wrath of the dark forces.
One he recognised, the tall Alda, eyes ablaze with hatred and jealousy for the mortal who had stolen not only his rightful status but also his soul.
Back on the front porch Alda Quimby remained standing as Roberta came out in her dusty uniform.
Roberta scarcely trusted herself to remain on the porch lest she send Alda Quimby bouncing backward down its steps on her know-it-all, highfalutin' ass.
Besides, it's not fair to keep the girls from having fun just because Alda Quimby and her bunch have got hair balls in their craws.
I A A Alda Quimby had annihilated Roberta's wonderful day and changed it from one of exhilaration to one of vexation.
I hear you threw Alda Quimby off your front porch this afternoon, so the battle lines are drawn.
For some reason Roberta failed to fathom, Alda Quimby acted as spokesperson for the board.