Crossword clues for anna
- Kate & ___ McGarrigle
- Governess of film
- Freud's psychoanalyst daughter
- Fictionalized governess of Siam
- Faris of TV's "Mom"
- Faris of Hollywood
- Faris of 'Scary Movie'
- Faris of 'Mom'
- Emmy winner Gunn of "Breaking Bad"
- Ballet legend Pavlova
- Alexei Karenin's wife
- Actress Paquin or Kendrick
- "What Have I Done" Ternheim
- "Veep" actress Chlumsky
- "The King and I" teacher
- "The King and I" female lead
- "Mom" star Faris who is married to Chris Pratt
- "Mom" actress Faris who's begun dating cinematographer Michael Barrett
- "Into the Woods" actress Kendrick
- "I" of "The King and I"
- "I" in "The King and I"
- "Happy tune" whistler of Broadway
- "Black and Blue" novelist Quindlen
- "--- and the King of Siam"
- 'Downton Abbey' role
- ''The King and I'' schoolteacher
- ''___ and the King of Siam''
- ''__ Karenina''
- ___Fraser,World Cup aerials champ
- ____ and the King of Siam
- Younger sister in "Frozen"
- Worker in Siam, of film
- Wintour or Quindlen
- Wintour of Vogue
- Vronsky's lover
- Vogue VIP Wintour
- Vogue magazine mogul ___ Wintour
- Vogue editor-in-chief Dame __ Wintour
- Tutor to a king
- Tutor of Siam royalty
- Tutor of old Thailand
- Tutor for an Asian king
- Trollope's ''Lady ___''
- Tolstoy's "--- Karenina"
- Tolstoy title first name
- Title character with the King of Siam
- The younger "Frozen" princess
- The 'I' in 'The King and I'
- Tennis's____ Kournikova
- Tennis player Chakvetadze
- Tennis great Kournikova
- Teacher in Siam
- Sui of fashion
- Storied teacher
- Sigmund Freud's psychoanalyst daughter
- Siam tutor
- Siam governess
- She visited Siam
- She plays Sookie on "True Blood"
- She "Begins" with Counting Crows on "August & Everything After"
- She "began" with Counting Crows?
- She "began" w/ The Counting Crows
- Sewell who wrote "Black Beauty"
- Sculptor Hyatt
- Santa __ (Alamo attacker)
- Russian czarina
- Russian ballerina Pavlova
- Role for Silvano Mangano
- Role for Silvana Mangano
- Rodgers and Hammerstein heroine
- Retired tennis pro Kournikova
- Quindlen who wrote "Blessings"
- Queen Elsa's younger sister
- Queen Elsa's sister, in "Frozen"
- Queen Elsa's sister in "Frozen"
- Queen Elsa's sister
- Prophetess in Luke
- Princess of Arendelle, in "Frozen"
- Princess of Arendelle in "Frozen"
- Princess Elsa's sister
- Prima ballerina Pavlova
- Popular girl's name any way you look at it
- Playboy model ___ Nicole Smith
- Pavlova or Paquin
- Paquin who plays "Rogue" in the "X-Men" film series
- Paquin or Wilding
- Paquin or Quindlen
- Paquin or Faris
- Paquin of the "X-Men" movies
- Paquin of films
- Paquin of 'X-Men'
- Paquin of 'True Blood'
- Paquin of 'The Piano'
- Paquin of ''The Piano''
- Palindromist's girl
- Palindromic protagonist of the 2013 Disney film "Frozen"
- Palindromic character in "When Marnie Was There"
- Oscar-winning actress Paquin
- Oscar actress Paquin
- Old Indian coin — girl's name
- Old coin of India
- Oft-caricatured Wintour
- O'Neill's "--- Christie"
- O'Neill's ' Christie'
- O'Neill classic, "___ Christie"
- Novelist Sewell
- Noted visitor to Siam
- Noted film tutor
- Nordqvist of the L.P.G.A
- Nicole Smith or Wintour
- Ms. Pavlova
- Ms. Leonowens
- Ms. Kournikova of tennis
- Mrs. Roosevelt's first name
- Mongkut's tutor
- Moffo of the Met
- Moffo of opera
- Miss Moffo
- Memorable Siam visitor
- Magnani or Moffo
- Magazine mogul Wintour
- Lucasta or Held
- LPGA golfer Nordqvist
- Literary Karenina
- Leo's Karenina
- Kournikova who won two Grand Slam Doubles titles
- Kournikova or Quindlen
- Kournikova on the court
- King's guest in Siam
- King of Siam's love
- King of Siam's lady
- King of Siam's Broadway dance partner
- King of Siam visitor
- King of Siam captivator
- King Mongkut's visitor
- King Mongkut's teacher
- Kendrick who stars in the upcoming "Pitch Perfect 2"
- Kendrick who once played Cinderella, and Lamar doesn't fit
- Kendrick or Faris
- Kendrick of "Twilight"
- Kendrick of "Trolls"
- Kendrick of "50/50"
- Kate and ___ McGarrigle
- Karenina of literature
- Karenina for one
- Karenin's spouse
- John Peter Zenger's wife
- Jodie's role in a 1999 epic
- Jodie in a 1999 film
- It may be after Polly
- Ingrid's "Indiscreet" role
- Ill-fated Karenina
- Held of stage
- Gunn of "Sully"
- Governess to King Mongkut's children
- Governess to King Mongkut's brood
- Girl — old Indian coin
- Five-time Emmy nominee Chlumsky
- First name of Tina Turner and Patty Duke at birth
- First name of Mrs. F.D.R
- Film role for Jodie Foster
- Fictional Siam visitor
- Fashionista Wintour
- Fashion's Wintour
- Faris of TV and film
- Faris of the "Scary Movie" films
- Faris of "The Emoji Movie"
- Eugene O'Neill's Christie
- Empress who was the niece of Peter the Great
- Employee in Siam, once
- Emmy-winning actress Gunn of "Breaking Bad"
- Elsa's Disney sister
- Disney sister of Elsa
- Disney princess voiced by Kristen Bell
- Disney character who sings "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?"
- Designer Sui or fashion editor Wintour
- Deborah played her in "The King and I"
- Daughter of Sigmund Freud
- Court star Kournikova
- Court figure Kournikova
- Counting Crows "And ___ begins to fade away"
- Counting Crows "And ___ begins to change her mind"
- Constance Carpenter's role
- Consort of the King of Siam
- Comic actress Faris
- Circus giant Swan
- Christie created by Eugene
- Chlumsky of comedy
- Chlumsky of "My Girl"
- Character who sings "Getting to Know You"
- Broadway tutor
- Broadway governess
- Broadway character who sings "Shall We Dance?" while she dances
- Black Beauty author Sewell
- Beatles tune subtitled "Go To Him"
- Beatles girl who needs to be set free
- Ballet dancer Pavlova
- Author/journalist Quindlen
- Author ___ J. Cooper
- Allison's "Mom" co-star
- Alexei Alexandrovich Karenin's wife
- Alamo capturer Santa __
- Actress Paquin who won an Academy Award at age 11
- Actress Paquin who plays Sookie on "True Blood"
- Actress Paquin who plays Rogue in the "X-Men" franchise
- Actress Paquin of Netflix's "Alias Grace"
- Actress Paquin in the 2016 miniseries "Roots"
- Actress Kendrick who voiced Poppy in "Trolls"
- Actress Kendrick who hosted "Saturday Night Live" on 4/5/14
- Actress Kendrick or tennis pro Kournikova
- Actress Kendrick or Paquin
- Actress Kendrick or Chlumsky
- Actress Kendrick of the upcoming movie "Mr. Right"
- Actress Kendrick of the "Twilight" movies
- Actress Kendrick of the "Pitch Perfect" movies
- Actress Kendrick of "The Accountant"
- Actress Gunn of "Sully"
- Actress Gunn of "Shades of Blue"
- Actress Faris or Paquin
- Actress Faris or Kendrick
- Actress Faris of the CBS sitcom "Mom"
- Actress Faris of "The House Bunny"
- Actress Chlumsky
- Actress Akana
- Actress ___ May Wong
- Actress ___ Deavere Smith
- A princess in "Frozen"
- 2004 cycling gold medalist Meares
- 1999 Jodie Foster role
- 1950s Gertrude Lawrence Broadway role
- "Vogue" editor Wintour
- "Vogue" bigwig Wintour
- "Veep" star Chlumsky
- "Veep" Emmy nominee ___ Chlumsky who's one of People's Most Beautiful for 2017
- "Up in the Air" Oscar nominee Kendrick
- "True Blood" actress Camp
- "The Rose Tattoo" actress Magnani
- "The King and I" lead part
- "The Accountant" actress Kendrick
- "The ___ Nicole Show" (short-lived reality series)
- "The ___ Nicole Show"
- "Still Life with Bread Crumbs" writer Quindlen
- "Shall We Dance?" dancer
- "Scary Movie" actress Faris
- "Scary Movie 4" star Faris
- "Pushing Daisies" actress Friel
- "Pitch Perfect" star Kendrick
- "Pitch Perfect" co-star Kendrick
- "Pitch Perfect 2" actress Camp
- "One True Thing" writer Quindlen
- "One True Thing" novelist Quindlen
- "Noelle" actress Kendrick
- "Mom" co-star Faris
- "Milkman" author Burns
- "King and I" heroine
- "King and I" character
- "I Whistle a Happy Tune" singer
- "Frozen" heroine
- "Frozen II" princess
- "Dancing With the Stars" dancer Trebunskaya
- "Cups" singer Kendrick
- "Call Me ___" (Patty Duke autobiography)
- "Breaking Bad" star Gunn
- "Breaking Bad" costar Gunn with two Emmys for her role
- "Black Beauty" writer Sewell
- "____ Christie"
- "___ Christie" (Eugene O'Neill play)
- "___ Begins" off August and Everything After
- "___ Begins" Counting Crows
- 'Blessings' author Quindlen
- ''The Piano'' actress Paquin
- ''The King and I'' tutor
- ''One True Thing'' writer Quindlen
- ''I'' in ''The King and I''
- ''Getting to Know You'' singer
- ''___ Christie''
- ''___ and the King''
- '-- and the King of Siam'
- ______ and the King of Siam
- _____ Kournikova of tennis fame
- ____ Karenina
- ___ of Arendelle (Disney heroine)
- ___ Nicole Smith
- ___ Bates (Joanne Froggatt's role on "Downton Abbey")
- ___ Bates (Golden Globe-winning role on "Downton Abbey")
- Soprano Moffo
- Writer Quindlen
- Sigmund's daughter
- Dancer Pavlova
- Pulitzer winner Quindlen
- Siamese employee, once
- The "I" of "The King and I"
- Diva Moffo
- Ruler of Russia, 1730-40
- Bangkok teacher, on Broadway
- Palindrome girl
- Moffo at the Met
- Trollope's "Lady ___"
- "The King and I" lady
- Ballerina Pavlova
- "Black Beauty" author Sewell
- I in "The King and I"
- Deborah's role in "The King and I"
- Actress Magnani: 1908–73
- "Finnegans Wake" wife
- Held on the stage
- "___ Karenina" (Tolstoy novel)
- Model ___ Nicole Smith
- Visitor to Siam, on stage and film
- Christie or Quindlen
- First Lady Harrison
- O'Neill's "___ Christie"
- The "I" in "The King and I"
- Sigmund Freud's daughter
- Title girl in a song on the first Beatles album
- Tennis star Kournikova
- "The King and I" role
- Grandma Moses' first name
- Russian poet Akhmatova
- Wife in "Finnegans Wake"
- Tolstoy heroine Karenina
- Ballet Russe star Pavlova
- One of the Freuds
- Magnani of "The Rose Tattoo"
- Madame Karenina
- "___ Imroth" (Sandburg poem)
- Oscar winner Paquin
- "___ and the King" (Foster film)
- Tolstoy's "___ Karenina"
- Moffo or Magnani
- Tutor of Siamese royalty
- ___ Eleanor Roosevelt
- O'Neill's Christie
- Title girl of a 1953 million-selling record
- Tennis player Smashnova
- Kournikova of tennis fame
- "The King and I" heroine
- A Freud
- ___ Wintour, real-life editor on whom "The Devil Wears Prada" is based
- Tolstoy's Karenina
- "The King and I" character
- "___ and the King of Siam"
- Poet Akhmatova
- Donna ___, "Don Giovanni" soprano
- Actress Faris of the "Scary Movie" movies
- Actress Karina who played Scheherazade
- 1930's-40's leading lady born in Russia
- Palindromic girl's name
- "The King and I" tutor
- Pavlova of ballet
- Tennis's Kournikova
- Late celebrity ___ Nicole Smith
- "The King and I" woman
- 1999 Jodie Foster title role
- Actress Popplewell of "The Chronicles of Narnia"
- Eleanor Roosevelt's first name
- Lady whom Don Giovanni tries to seduce
- Title girl on the first Beatles album
- Wintour of fashion and Vogue
- Eugene O'Neill's "___ Christie"
- Early Beatles tune subtitled "Go to Him"
- Fashion style-setter Wintour
- "Up in the Air" actress Kendrick
- "X-Men" actress Paquin
- Kendrick of "Up in the Air"
- Pavlova of the ballet
- Title girl on "Introducing ... The Beatles"
- She was the "I" in "The King and I"
- 26-Down's role in "The King and I"
- Russian ruler after Peter II
- Actress Paquin of "True Blood"
- ___ Gunn, "Breaking Bad" co-star
- Karina in many a Jean-Luc Godard film
- Actress Kendrick of "Pitch Perfect"
- 1999 drama "___ and the King"
- Actress Gunn of "Breaking Bad"
- Fashion editor Wintour
- Tennis champ Kournikova
- Elsa's younger sister in "Frozen"
- "Frozen" princess voiced by Kristen Bell
- Woman in "The King and I"
- A former copper coin of Pakistan
- "___ Christie," 1930 film
- Garbo role
- Pavlova or Sten
- Mrs. Leonowens
- Christie or Lucasta
- Paquin or Magnani
- Held or Sten
- Author Sewell
- Moffo or Pavlova
- Donizetti's "___ Bolena"
- Naturalist Comstock
- Joyce's ___ Livia Plurabelle
- Christie or Held
- Vronsky's beloved
- Two-way lady?
- First name of Grandma Moses
- Actress Neagle
- Held or Neagle
- Kerr role
- W. H. Harrison's wife
- ___ Pavlova, Russian dancer, d. 1931
- Karenina or Christie
- Count Vronsky's love
- Sally Kirkland movie: 1987
- Karenin's wife
- Joyce heroine ___ Livia Plurabelle
- "___ Lucasta," O'Neill play
- "Don Giovanni" character
- Musical role
- Actress Sten
- With 6-Across, "Nana" actress, 1934
- Palindromic name
- Former coin of India
- Empress Ivanovna
- "___ Christie": O'Neill
- Christie or Karenina
- Tragic Tolstoy heroine
- Hammerstein heroine
- Vronsky's lover, in Tolstoy
- Tolstoy character
- Held or Christie
- King of Siam's friend
- Oscar winner Magnani
- Eloper with Vronski
- Former coin of Pakistan
- Nicola Pagett role on TV
- She had a friend at court
- Miss Held
- Held or Magnani
- Held or Karenina
- Burns poem
- "The King and I" governess
- Magnificent Magnani
- Karenina of fiction
- Neagle of old films
- ___ Pavlova, memorable ballerina
- I of "The King and I"
- McKinley's mentor
- Magnani or Pavlova
- Literary heroine
- Miss Sten
- First name of Vronsky's lover
- Pavlova or Christie
- Palindromic teacher in Siam
- Former Indian monetary unit
- Girl going up and down
- German nation retains female Chancellor
- Classic book author's 12-month record about the rise of a Sussex town
- One goes in to have meal with Sally on vacation to relax
- Old Indian coin - girl's name
- Former Indian coin - girl's name
- Former Indian coin — girl's name
- Animated princess polished off starter of divine food
- Dancing around fire pit with a drink
- Tossing this old coin won't make a difference
- Girl's name that reads the same forward and backward
- Paquin or Kournikova
- Indian coin
- Fictional Karenina
- Palindromic woman's name
- Pakistani coin
- '-- Karenina'
- Elsa's sister in "Frozen"
- Tolstoy title word
- Paquin of "True Blood"
- Jodie Foster title role
- Boutros-Ghali's successor
- Lady's name
- Tutor in "The King and I"
- Tennis pro Kournikova
- Paquin of "The Piano"
- Author Quindlen
- "True Blood" star Paquin
- 'The King and I' heroine
- First name in a Tolstoy novel
- Palindromic girl
- Kournikova or Karenina
- "Getting to Know You" singer
- "Frozen" character voiced by Kristen Bell
- She taught in Siam
- Role for Jodie
- Kendrick of "Pitch Perfect" films
- Eleanor Roosevelt's real first name
- "Frozen" sister
- 'The King and I' role
- Tolstoy title character
- Role for Jodie Foster
- Palindromic woman
- O'Neill heroine
- Jodie in a 1999 epic set in Asia
- Fictional Christie
- Faris of "Mom"
- "The Piano" actress Paquin
- "Getting to Know You" singer on Broadway
- "Black Beauty" novelist Sewell
- ''___ Karenina''
- ' Karenina'
- Tolstoy title name
- Siam visitor
- Paquin or Pavlova
- Paquin of the "X-Men" films
- One of the sisters in "Frozen"
- Kournikova of the courts
- Gunn of "Breaking Bad"
- Freud's daughter
- Fictional tutor
- Fashion designer Sui
- Faris of "The House Bunny"
- Counting Crows "___ Begins" off "August and Everything After"
- Chlumsky of "Veep"
- Actress Faris of "Mom"
- "True Blood" actress Paquin
- "The King and I" schoolteacher
- "Hello, Young Lovers" singer, in a 1951 show
- "Breaking Bad" Emmy winner Gunn
- "Breaking Bad" actress Gunn
- "__ Karenina"
- 'Frozen' princess
- Vogue editor-in-chief Wintour
- Vogue editor Wintour
- Visitor to King Mongkut
- Tutor of royalty
- Princess in "Frozen"
- Paquin of "X-Men" movies
- Palindromic female name
- Operatic soprano Netrebko
- Noted tutor in Siam
- Name in a Tolstoy title
- Ms. Karenina
- Leo Tolstoy's tragic heroine
- King of Siam's employee
- Kendrick who played Cinderella in "Into the Woods"
- Karenina or Kournikova
- Jodie in a 1999 romance film
- Fictionalized governess in Siam
- Faris or Paquin
- Faris of films
- Elsa's sister in 'Frozen'
- Elsa's "Frozen" sister
- Editor Wintour
- Columnist Quindlen
- Actress Kendrick of "Pitch Perfect 3"
- Actress Faris who published her memoir, "Unqualified"
- Actress Chlumsky of "Veep"
- "Breathe (2 AM)" Nalick
- "____ Karenina"
- ''Black Beauty'' author Sewell
- William Henry Harrison's first lady
- Wife in ''Finnegans Wake''
- Tolstoy's Madame Karenina
- Tolstoi heroine
- The King of Siam's employee
- The ''I'' of ''The King and I''
- Swedish Ternheim
- Siam teacher
- Retired tennis player Kournikova
- One of the two Disney princesses in 2013's "Frozen"
- One of Mrs. Coolidge's names
- Novelist Quindlen
- Ms. Magnani
- Ms. Chlumsky
- Magnani in "The Rose Tattoo"
- Leonowens who went to Siam
- Kournikova of modeling
- King of Siam's visitor
- Kendrick of Hollywood
- Kendrick of films
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Anna \An"na\, n. [Hindi [=a]n[=a].] An East Indian money of account, the sixteenth of a rupee, or about 2? cents.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
fem. proper name, from Latin Anna, from Greek Anna, from Hebrew Hannah, literally "grace, graciousness" (see Hannah).
n. A unit of currency in former British India equal to 12 pies or 1/16 rupee.
n. a former copper coin of Pakistan
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Anna is a 1987 film directed by Yurek Bogayevicz, it was adapted by Agnieszka Holland from an unauthorized story by Holland and Bogayevicz, based on the real life of Polish actress Elżbieta Czyżewska. The film stars Sally Kirkland, Robert Fields, Paulina Porizkova, Steven Gilborn and Larry Pine.
Kirkland was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, and she won a Golden Globe and an Independent Spirit Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture.
"Anna (Go to Him)", or simply "Anna", is a song written and originally recorded by Arthur Alexander. His version was released as a single by Dot Records on September 17, 1962. A cover version was performed by English rock group The Beatles and included on their 1963 debut album Please Please Me.
was a after Kōhō and before Tenroku. This period spanned the years from August 968 through March 970. The reigning emperors were and .
Anna the dog was the first survivor of pulmonary bypass surgery, considered an experimental procedure at the time.
Operated on by Dr. Alfred Blalock and his assistant Vivien Thomas, Anna survived the first pulmonary bypass after having been operated on twice. The second operation was required to replace the original stitches with flexible ones. Dr. Blalock and Thomas were trying to find a way to cure 'blue babies', or babies whose pulmonary arteries were blocked, limiting oxygen supply to their blood. After their success with Anna, Blalock and Thomas had the courage to perform the very first open heart surgery on Eileen Saxon in 1944.
In 1950, her story was made into a movie, and the film has been shown to various schools and other groups.
Anna is a 1951 Italian drama film directed by Alberto Lattuada and starring the same trio as Bitter Rice: Silvana Mangano as Anna, the sinner who becomes a nun; Raf Vallone as Andrea, the rich man who loves her; and Vittorio Gassman as Vittorio, the wicked waiter who sets Anna on a dangerous path.
Silvana Mangano's real sister, Patrizia Mangano, acts as Anna's sister in the film. Sophia Loren has a small uncredited role as a nightclub assistant. Future film directors Franco Brusati and Dino Risi cowrote the script.
The film features the songs Non Dimenticar and El Negro Zumbón, a samba popularised in the West as "Anna", and recorded most recently by Pink Martini.
The Anna was an orphaned motor, whose origin and manufacturer are unknown, other than that it was discovered in America. It had two seats and was fitted with what was called a "Democrat" body on an 8 foot 4 inch wheelbase. Its water-cooled 2-cylinder engine displaced 2.8 liters. It had a planetary transmission and roller chain.
Category:Vintage vehicles Category:Defunct motor vehicle manufacturers of the United States
Anna (born Anna Cote-Wursler on July 9, 1987) is a singer of the group Bon-Bon Blanco. She has five brothers and is the youngest sibling in the family. She uses Anna in her solo efforts, but she uses her real name when part of the band. She was born in Tokyo, Japan, but she has American citizenship.
Her husband is Japanese baseball player Manabu Mima.
Anna is a 1967 French musical- comedy film directed by Pierre Koralnik and starring Anna Karina.
Anna is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Buccinidae, the true whelks.
Anna is a Latin form of the Greek name Ἅννα and the Hebrew name Hannah (, meaning "favor" or "grace"). Anna is in wide use in countries across the world as are its variants Anne, originally a French version of the name, though in use in English speaking countries for hundreds of years, and Ann, which was originally the English spelling. Saint Anne was traditionally the name of the mother of the Virgin Mary, which accounts for its wide use and popularity among Christians. The name has also been used for numerous saints and queens.
Anna is a 1964 Indian Malayalam film, directed KS Sethumadhavan. The film stars Sathyan, Ragini, T.R.Saroja and Kottarakkara Sridharan Nair in lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.
Anna , subsequently known under the religious name Anisia , was the first wife of Tsar Ivan Asen II of Bulgaria (r. 1218–1241) and empress consort of the Second Bulgarian Empire from 1218 to 1221. She was exiled to a monastery in the beginning of Ivan Asen's reign, after he arranged his marriage to Anna Maria of Hungary. From his marriage to Anna, Ivan Asen had two children.
ANNA is a nu metal/ hardcore band from Lviv, Ukraine.
ANNA has three times toured in Ukraine supporting both of its albums and the 10th anniversary of the band. Also ANNA has taken a part in many Ukrainian festivals (e.g. Rujnacija, Rock-Vybux, Taras Buljba, Metal Heads Mission, Big Alternative Gig, Fort.Missia).
The band ceased to exist in February 2013 because of conflict between Viktor Novosyolov and the rest of the band. Later Novosyolov created a project Kompas while some other ANNA members continue to collaborate as LATUR.
In 2015 the band got active taking part in the festival "Zavantazhennya" and preparing a big solo concert in Kyiv.
Anna is a German Christmas television series from 1987, very popular in Germany and in the surrounding countries.
Anna is a 1970 Finnish movie written by Jörn Donner and Eija-Elina Bergholm, and directed by Donner, featuring Harriet Andersson, Pertti Melasniemi and Marja Packalén. Filmed in Kustavi and Turku, Finland.
Anna is a 2012 puzzle video game for Microsoft Windows, OS X and Linux.
Narratively a psychological horror set in an abandoned sawmill nestled high in the Italian mountains, Anna challenges the player to uncover horrific clues and use them to solve puzzles related to the player character's dark past. The player's behavior does determine the mental health of the main character and change locations and unveil new secrets leading to different endings.
On 13 April 2013, the Extended Edition was released which added new environments, puzzles, user interface, music, improved graphics, and a new character.
"Anna" is the second promotional single, and fourth overall, taken from the fifth studio album by British indie rock band The Cribs. Unlike the previous two singles released from In the Belly of the Brazen Bull, " Come on, be a No-One" and " Glitters Like Gold", "Anna" did not receive a physical issue on vinyl. Recorded and mixed at Tarbox Road Studios, Cassadaga with producer David Fridmann, the song received mastering treatment in Sterling Sound, New York City from Greg Calbi.
Anna is the debut solo album by Anna Waronker, released June 4, 2002.
Anna may refer to:
Anna (given name)
- Anne, a derivation of Anna
Anna is 1994 Telugu action film directed by Muthyala Subbaiah and produced by Pokuri Babu Rao. The film stars Rajasekhar, Gautami and Roja and Master Baladitya in the lead roles. The music was composed by M. M. Keeravani. The film was remade in Hindi as Bhai in 1997 and in Kannada as Nammanna in 2005 and in Bengali as Ghatak in 2006. The film premiered at the 1995 IIFA Film Festival
Anna is the third album by British indie rock band The Courteeners, which was recorded with Hurts producer Joe Cross and released on 4 February 2013. It reached number 6 in the UK Albums Chart.
On 21 February in support of the album the band embarked on a UK and European "ANNA Tour" with 22 shows in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, France, Austria, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland. In December the band toured the UK once again culminating in their 3rd headline appearance at the 16,000 capacity Manchester Arena.
The album has seen the release of three singles. 'Lose Control' was released on 28 January 2013, peaking at number 82 in the UK, 'Van Der Graaf' was released on 6 May 2013 and 'Are You In Love With A Notion?' on 9 December 2013.
Princess Anna of Arendelle is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Animation Studios' 53rd animated film Frozen. She is voiced by Kristen Bell as an adult. At the beginning of the film, Livvy Stubenrauch and Katie Lopez provided her speaking and singing voice as a young child, respectively. Agatha Lee Monn portrayed her as a nine-year-old (singing).
Created by co-directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, Anna is loosely based on Gerda, a character of the Danish fairytale The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen. In the Disney film adaptation, Anna is depicted as the princess of Arendelle, a fictional Scandinavian kingdom and the younger sister of Princess Elsa ( Idina Menzel), who is the heiress to the throne and possesses the elemental ability to create and control ice and snow. When Elsa exiles herself from the kingdom after inadvertently sending Arendelle into an eternal winter on the evening of her coronation, fearless and faithful Anna is determined to set out on a dangerous adventure to bring her sister back and save both her kingdom and her family.
The original fairytale in general and the character of the Snow Queen in particular posed long-term problems to adapt into a feature-length production. Several film executives, including Walt Disney, made their attempts towards the story and numerous adaptations were shelved as the filmmakers could not work out the characters. Finally, directors Buck and Lee solved the issue by portraying Anna and Elsa as sisters, establishing a dynamic relationship between the characters.
Anna has received widespread acclaim from film critics, who praised the determination and enthusiasm in her personality. Bell was also extolled by various reviewers for her performance in the film.
Anna apple is a dual purpose cultivar of domesticated apple that is very early ripening and does well in warm climates.
Anna was bred by Abba Stein at the Ein Shemer kibbutz in Israel, in order to achieve a Golden Delicious-like apple, that can be cultivated in nearly tropical areas. As regular apple needs over 500 hours of chilling in order to get in blossom, Anna would flourish even with less than 300 hours, so it can be grown in warm climates. Recommended for USDA hardiness zones 5-9, or rather 6-9.
Anna was introduced to the United States in 1959, and is the most popular apple cultivar in Florida.
Anna (; 9th–10th century) was a Bulgarian princess and a daughter of Prince Boris I of Bulgaria (852–889).
Anna was Boris's second daughter and the youngest of six children born to his second consort, Maria, which also included the rulers Prince Vladimir (r. 889–893) and Tsar Simeon the Great (r. 893–927), the princes Gabriel and Jacob and the princess Eupraxia. Anna bears the name of Boris's sister.
Anna married the tarkan Simeon, an influential figure in the Bulgarian state. Like her older sister Eupraxia, Anna became a nun at a monastery in the Bulgarian capital Preslav later in her life. Her tombstone, unearthed in 1965 and written in Old Bulgarian and Medieval Greek, reveals that she died as a nun on 9 October of an uncertain year.
The reverse side of the stone features a portrait of the princess in a loose-fitting garment, pointing her arms sideways towards a cross-domed church on each side and holding a sceptre in her right hand. Based on this portrait, it is highly likely that Anna was a ktetor of two churches.
In the 1985 Bulgarian feature film Boris I, the role of Princess Anna is played by the actress Adriana Petrova.
Anna is the second full-length album of Hungarian singer-songwriter Norbert Kristof. It was recorded in the year 2007 and was originally released on Christmas Day on Norbert's Myspace site. Gergo Dorozsmai played drums and piano and also recorded most of the performances in a live studio room. Lorant Keresztes (synth) and Viktor Sagi (guitar on Track 5.) also helped out during the studio process. It was mixed, produced and mastered by Norbert with the help of Gergo Dorozsmai and Lorant Keresztes.
There are a lot of studio outtakes circulating on the web including the following songs and demos:
- Living Without Life
- Mint Taste Tongue
- Top 40
- Queen July
- The Moon
- The Season And The Bird
- We Are All Alone
- We Stop
- You Girl Me Boy
Usage examples of "anna".
Over the years, her argument remains the same, that Anna should have had an adrenalectomy and her ovaries removed, as she had.
Perhaps an adrenalectomy at the beginning would have helped, says Anna, but it is too late now that cancer has spread.
Anna trotted, wind at her back, up the dock and onto the shore of Amygdaloid Island.
By the time the armadillo had nosed and waddled around the bend in the road, Anna was less than thirty-six inches from the gray and scaly hindquarters.
Finally wised-up, her armadillo scuttled ahead, winning back the ten yards Anna had so cunningly eaten up.
There were shouted greetings and a great deal of laughter: Axel and Anna, Martha and the McGarritys, the Kaes girls trailing beaux, and most of the children of the village, many of them masked.
Morvan and Anna, David and Christiana, Duncan and Aymer, with Ian bringing up the rear.
She felt sure that if Christiana and Anna had not been present, Aymer would have struck her at several points in the heated conversation.
George in Madras, Government used to pay a reward of one anna for every bandicoot killed within the walls.
Lysara, Resor, Cens, Barat, Hoede, the pale blonde Ytrude, and Secca, the youngest redhead, sitting on a stool in the corner, her eyes darting to Anna, and then away.
Anna thought, that this kindly, lovable benefactress should have that one flaw: she would never let her forget that she had an obstacle to surmount, that there would always be this obstacle, but it was not surmountable.
So after being perfectly outmaneuvered by committee and bumped upstairs to Commander of the new Starflight Agency, there was nothing left for him except bitching to Oscar and Anna about losing crucial people at critical times because they were needed to establish a duplicate facility at High Angel.
Anna let the silence draw out slightly, knowing she was being petty, bitchy, or worse.
Anna had some sly reason for taking Andrew and Bitten to the cemetery island of San Michele, I had no doubt.
The low words seemed to hiss through the gray of the early morning, and Anna bolted upright in the narrow and lumpy pallet bed, not that she had slept that well, with nightmares of various shadowy figures chasing her through improbable settings, none of which she could remember clearly.