Crossword clues for arno
- View from the Leaning Tower
- The Piazzale Michelangelo affords a view of it
- Oscar Wilde poem "By the ___"
- 1966 Florentine flooder
- River near the Leaning Tower
- It springs from Monte Falterona
- River of Pisa
- River that can be seen from the Uffizi Gallery
- View from the Ponte alla Carraia
- It's spanned by the Ponte Santa Trinita
- View from the Uffizi Gallery
- Uffizi Gallery's river
- Central Italian river
- A river in central Italy rising in the Apennines and flowing through Florence and Pisa to the Ligurian Sea
- Italian river
- River in Italy
- River in "The City of Lilies"
- River or cartoonist
- Late satirical cartoonist
- Pisa divider
- Tuscan river
- Firenze's river
- Ligurian Sea tributary
- Cartoonist or river
- River in Tuscany
- Ponte Vecchio spans it
- Late New Yorker cartoonist
- Memorable cartoonist
- River through Firenze
- Peter of cartoon fame
- Big-bang physicist Penzias
- It flows beneath the Ponte Vecchio
- American cartoonist
- It bisects Pisa
- Ponte Vecchio stream
- Famed cartoonist
- Florence's waterfront
- Cartoonist who wrote "Man in the Shower"
- Pisa's stream
- Cartoonist Peter: 1904–68
- Peter of cartoons
- River of Italy
- River at Pisa
- River through 7 Down
- Sight from the Ponte Vecchio
- Italy's Val d'___
- Florence's river
- Cartoonist Peter
- The Ponte Vecchio crosses it
- River through Florence
- Peter the cartoonist
- Ponte Vecchio site
- Classic New Yorker cartoonist
- Florence flooder
- River under the Ponte Vecchio
- Florentine river
- The New Yorker cartoonist Peter
- Flower through Florence
- "A Room With a View" view
- Florentine flower
- River known for disastrous floods
- Italy's fertile Val d'___
- River connected by canal to the Tiber
- It's under the Ponte Vecchio
- Physics Nobelist Penzias
- River spanned by the Ponte Vecchio
- European river known for disastrous floods
- River spanned by 27-Across
- "Man in the Shower" cartoonist
- Florence is on it
- Arezzo's river
- River that rises in Monte Falterona
- Ligurian Sea feeder
- It flows through Florence
- Pisa's river
- Peter ___, classic cartoonist for The New Yorker
- River of Florence
- Ponte Vecchio's river
- River to the Ligurian Sea
- River of Tuscany
- River through Pisa
- Part of the view in "A Room With a View"
- View from the Ponte Vecchio
- The Ponte Santa Trinita spans it
- Sight from the top of the Leaning Tower
- It flows near the Piazzale Michelangelo
- The Ponte alle Grazie spans it
- River with historic flooding in 1966
- It flows through 55-Across
- The Ponte Vecchio spans it
- Classical Italian typeface
Arnö is a locality situated in Nyköping Municipality, Södermanland County, Sweden with 3,871 inhabitants in 2010.
The Arno was an English automobile manufactured in Coventry only in 1908; the car, which featured a 25 hp White and Poppe engine and shaft drive, was introduced at that year's Stanley Show.
Arnold Charles Ernest Hintjens (born 21 May 1949), better known by his stage name Arno, is a Belgian artist born in Oostende. He was the frontman of TC Matic, one of the best-known Belgian bands of the 1980s. Since the band split in 1986 he has had a solo career.
Arno sings in a mixture of English, French and his Ostend dialect. For TC Matic, a band which achieved moderate artistic success throughout Europe, he wrote or co-wrote all the band's material, much of it together with guitarist and producer Jean-Marie Aerts. After going solo he released more than a dozen albums during a successful career. In 2002 he received the title " Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres" (Knight in the Arts and Literature) of the French government. A 2004 biography by Gilles Deleux was translated in Dutch as Een lach en een traan ("A Smile and a Tear").
Arno was a department of the First French Empire in present-day Italy. It was named after the Arno river. It was formed in 1808, when the Kingdom of Etruria (formerly the Grand Duchy of Tuscany) was annexed directly to France. Its capital was Florence.
The department was disbanded after the defeat of Napoleon in 1814. At the Congress of Vienna, the Grand Duchy of Tuscany was restored to its previous Habsburg-Lorraine prince, Ferdinand III. Its territory is now divided between the Italian provinces of Florence, Prato, Arezzo, Pistoia and Forlì-Cesena.
Arno is a serif type family created by Robert Slimbach at Adobe intended for professional use. The name refers to the river that runs through Florence, a centre of the Italian Renaissance. Arno is an old-style serif font, drawing inspiration from a variety of 15th and 16th century typefaces. Slimbach has described the design as a combination of the period's Aldine and Venetian styles, with italics inspired by the calligraphy and printing of Ludovico degli Arrighi.
Arno was released in five optical sizes: separate fonts for different text sizes from captions to headings. In addition, Arno contains alternate letter styles such as swash italics inspired by Renaissance calligraphy. Other supported OpenType features include proportional and tabular numbers, old style figures, subscripts and superscripts, and ordinals.
One of the most complete serif font families ever designed, Arno supports Adobe CE, Adobe Western 2, Cyrillic, mono- and polytonic Greek, Latin Extended and Vietnamese character sets with small caps, as well as dingbat and fleuron characters inspired by early printing.
The Arno is a river in the Tuscany region of Italy.
Arno may also refer to:
Arno is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
- Madame Arno, Parisian artist and fighter
- Peter Arno, American cartoonist
- Arno Alford, A citizen of California. Known for his role in the movie "Davini and Friends"
- Arno Breker, German sculptor
- Arno Babajanian (1921–1983), Soviet Armenian composer and pianist
- Arno Carstens, South African singer-songwriter
- Arno (singer), stage name of Belgian singer Arno Hintjens
- Arno Pijpers (born 1959), Dutch football coach
- Arno Saarinen (1884–1970), Finnish gymnast
- Arno of Salzburg (c.750–821), archbishop of Salzburg
- Arno Schmidt (1914–1979), German writer
- Arno Suislep (born 1981), Estonian singer
- Arno Allan Penzias (born 1933), American physicist
- Arno, pseudonym for French comics artist Arnaud Dombre
- Arno Brandner, fictional character on German soap opera Verbotene Liebe (Forbidden Love)
- Arno (fictional character), by André Juillard and Jacques Martin
- Arno Dorian, a French-Austrian Assassin and the protagonist of Assassin's Creed Unity.