Crossword clues for ane
- First thing Emory cheerleaders call for
- Georges Perec's 1969 novel "La Disparition" is written entirely without this
- Twa into twa
- "Gimme ___!" (part of a Duke cheer)
- Starting cryptogram guess, perhaps
- Scottish singleton
- Suffix with oct-
- The last thing a Yale cheerleader wants
- Compound ending
- Suffix with pent-
- What a Tennessee cheerleader asks for a lot?
- Request for Vanna
- "I'd like to buy ___, Pat"
- Work without ___
- Suffix of some cyclic compounds
- Ending for some gases
- What the 1939 50,000-word novel "Gadsby" completely lacks
- Game show purchase
- Most common draw in Scrabble
- The 4th of November?
- Suffix with hex-
- Gas ending
- Good "Wheel" buy for WHERE'S THE BEEF
- TV's Sue ___ Langdon
- Suffix with meth- or prop-
- Bad "Wheel of Fortune" buy for SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
- Chemical ending
- Actress Sue ___ Langdon
- Dijon donkey
- Actress Sue _____ Langdon
- "Gimme _____!" (end of a Yale cheer)
- One, in Aberdeen
- Request of Vanna
- Suffix with meth-or hex-
- Get ___ for effort
- Chemical suffix
- Starting cryptogram guess, maybe
- "Wheel of Fortune" purchase
- "Wheel of Fortune" request
- Suffix with meth-
- Hydrocarbon suffix
- Hydrocarbon ending
- What makes Dr. Dre?
- What makes a man mean?
- "Wheel of Fortune" buy
- Gas suffix
- It makes a man mean
- Suffix with meth- or eth-
- Fuel suffix
- See 30-Down
- Common request for Pat Sajak
Āne is a large village in Ozolnieki Municipality, Latvia. The village is located on the Lielupe River approximately 38 km from the capital city of Riga and 7 km from city of Jelgava. It is known for the amount of clay that is dug up in local lakes. There is a brick factory, which was very prominent during the Soviet era; since the factory was privatised it still produces bricks albeit on a reduced scale. The town was very well known in the Soviet Union due to this. It is sometimes referred to by locals as "Sarkanais māls" literally meaning "Red clay".
Usage examples of "ane".
I hae a deer I gie them twa shots, ane for the deer and ane for mysell.
Border law, made at Dundrennan, in the days of the Black Douglas, Deil ane need doubt it.
Look round, my bairn, and see if there isna ane here mair than ye left this morning.
I can bring mysell to ask a favour of ane that winna sae muckle as ware a word on me, to tell me if he hears me speaking till him.
Thomas Crann and Jeames Dow and my mother--whiles ane and whiles anither--but ye was aye there.
Ye ken naething till ye ken God--the only ane a man can truly and railly ken!
This is the counsel of ane that wishes ye weel, you and that denty lass at your elbuck.
Squire Forster, gonnes in plenty, but almost nae poudre, nor ane left as can mix it.
Somebody tauld her lately that ane Bell Calvert robbed her house, but she disna believe it.
They have Carroll by the hands now, ane on the left, Emily on the right, sweetly urgent.
After the accident they went ever since they were five year I behind on playing in the gazebo at the bottom of the grassy hill ane with their heads to the Archer place, Kurt and Vivian and Z gether, laughing and colluding as if nothing bad had ever haping ever would.
It was a dangerous place to climb, for the ladder was auld and frail, and wanted ane or twa rounds.
I bear malice at but Westburnflat, and I hae gien him baith a het skin and a cauld ane.
Hallowein last bypast, at twelff houris at even or thairby, thow, the said Thomas Leyis, accompaneit with umquhil Janett Wischert, Isobel Coker, Isobel Monteithe, Kathren Mitchell, relict of umquhil Charles Dun, litster, sorceraris and witches, with ane gryt number of ither witches, cam to the mercat and fish cross of Aberdene, under the conduct and gyding of the dewill, present with you all in company, playing before you on his kynd of instruments.
I will not have an ane of them come peering through my door or speiring after money that I had made afore.