Crossword clues for anda
- Brazilian tree
- Shave-haircut link
- Forever __ day
- "On a wing ___ prayer"
- Forever-day connection
- Forever -- day
- Cost an arm ___ leg
- "Two ___ Half Men": 2 wds
- "___ partridge in a . . . "
- " . . . wing ___ prayer"
- " . . . on a wing ___ prayer"
- Time ____ half
- Time ___ half (overtime pay): 2 wds
- Three yards ___ cloud of dust
- Q ___ (briefing follow-up)
- Q ___
- Lick-promise link
- Lick / promise connection
- Four Weddings ____ Funeral
- Forever ____ day
- Either blank in a jazzperson's "One ___ two ___ one two three four"
- Cost an arm -- leg
- Arm-leg connector
- All that -- bag of chips
- "Shave _____ haircut..."
- "Shave ___ haircut ..."
- "Shave ___ haircut . . . "
- "Four Weddings ___ Funeral": 2 wds
- "Four Weddings ___ Funeral" (Hugh Grant movie): 2 wds
- "Forever ___ Day" (1943 movie)
- "Coming in on a wing ___ prayer."
- "All that ___ bag of chips": 2 wds
- "A wing ___ prayer"
- "____ partridge in..."
- " . . . a bushel ___ peck"
- 'Shave -- haircut ...'
- 'A Bushel -- Peck'
- '-- partridge ...'
- ' partridge ...'
- lick ___ promise
- "_____ partridge in a..."
- "_____ partridge ..."
- Lick ___ promise
- Time ___ half (overtime rate): 2 wds
- "...one ___ two!" (Welk intro)
- "A one ___ two..."
- Shave ___ haircut
- Forever-day connector
- Q ___ (presentation follow-up)
- One-two connector
- "Shave ___ haircut"
- Wing ___ prayer
- Bandleader's start
- "Three Men ___ Baby"
- Lawrence Welk's "one"/"two" connector
- "... ___ bottle of rum"
- "___ partridge in ..."
- Forever ___ day: 2 wds
- All that ___ bag of chips
- Welk's "A-one ___-two . . . "
- " . . . ___ hank of hair": Kipling
- Time-half link
- A lick ___ promise
- "___ partridge in a pear tree"
- On a wing ___ prayer
- Q. ___ session
- One-two link for Welk
- "Four Weddings ____ Funeral"
- "A Man ___ Woman," 1966 movie
- " . . . bone ___ hank of hair"
- "___ star to steer her by": Masefield
- "Love ___ Dime"
- "___ Happy New Year"
- A year ___ day
- " . . . a wing ___ prayer"
- Brazilian timber tree
- Wood measure
- Wing-prayer link
- Tree of Brazil
acr. (context legal English) abbreviated new drug application.
ANDA may refer to:
- Abbreviated New Drug Application
- Asociación Nacional de Actores
Anda is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Alfonso de Anda, Mexican TV show host
- Carlos de Anda, Mexican sprinter who competed in the 1932 Summer Olympics
- Carr Van Anda, managing editor of The New York Times under Adolph Ochs
- Gabriel de Anda, former Mexican soccer player
- Géza Anda, Hungarian pianist
- Randi Anda, Norwegian politician for the Christian Democratic Party
- Rodolfo de Anda, Mexican actor most well known for his roles in the film La gran aventura del Zorro
- Torleiv Anda (1921–2013), Norwegian diplomat and politician
Won Minji , better known by her stage name Anda , is a South Korean pop singer who debuted with the stage name Andamiro in 2012 under Trophy Entertainment with a dance song called "Don't Ask".
The name Andamiro actually means "So much that the cup runneth over". It conveys the singer's desire to not only receive lots of love from the public but also to return overflowing love.
From 2015, she returns with a new stage name Anda and is signed under the record label Emperor Entertainment Korea, which has its headquarters in Hong Kong, Emperor Entertainment Group, as a well-established entertainment company.
Anda is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is 20 November.
Anda is an Israeli play written and directed by Hillel Mittelpunkt on 24 September 2008, on the stage of the Beit Lessin Theater.
Usage examples of "anda".
Twenty more of the same sort came boiling out of the courtyard and ran toward Anda and his aides.
His name was Anda and he owned one of the larger flocks in the community.
Also as his father had done, Anda lent money on the only security poor men could provide: their bodies.
They scattered to either side as Lord Anda strode out, dressed in his full regalia and accompanied by a servant bearing an ornate lantern on a long pole.
Lord Anda was too good a politician to push on where he could see there was no hope.
As Anda lit the fire with a coal from the hollow gourd a servant carried, Garric felt the scene tremble away like reflections in the water when the wind rises.
He deliberately avoided looking at Lord Anda as his guards--Lord Rosen had turned the duty over to a Blaise regular--hustled him through the doorway.
Esa crinuda siempre me anda buscando, pero yo me hago el soldado desconocido.
DEPOIS DA MISSA Rezei anda, persignei-me, fechei o livro de missa e caminhei para a porta.
European attitude seemed to be behind the remarks by the Norwegian ambassador to Israel, Torleiv Anda, who told Israeli reporters in February 1988 that the Nazi occupation was actually more enlightened than the Israeli one in the West Bank and Gaza.
Anjano is a bad reading for Anda ne, we are not so certain about the original location of this phrase Anda ne barcha.
In his dreams Andas saw the Triple Towers in ruins, even as Wenditkover had been, or else a detachment of the guard waiting to take him prisoner for some crime his double had committed in his name.
On the visa-screen Andas saw the mottled shape of what the tape declared to be Inyanga, though he could not recognize any feature.
Salariki did not reply, only watched Andas with those brilliant blue-green eyes as if Andas must come to some decision for himself.
Using a piece of driftwood, Andas cleared off the ugly scum along the edge, and then they laid Elys in the turgid water, Andas kneeling in the stinking liquid to support her.