Crossword clues for biggs
Housing Units (2000): 613
Land area (2000): 0.519465 sq. miles (1.345409 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.519465 sq. miles (1.345409 sq. km)
FIPS code: 06560
Located within: California (CA), FIPS 06
Location: 39.413820 N, 121.710316 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 95917
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Biggs as a place name:
- Biggs, California
- Biggs, Kentucky
- Biggs Junction, Oregon
- Biggs Army Airfield, Texas
- Biggs Museum of American Art, Dover, Delaware
Biggs as a family name: Biggs (surname)
Biggs may also refer to:
- bigg's, a hypermarket chain in Ohio and Kentucky
- Biggs Darklighter, a character in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
- Biggs, a recurring character in the Final Fantasy series of role-playing games
- Biggs Furniture of Richmond, Virginia
Biggs is a surname, and may refer to
- Alan R. Biggs, American plant pathologist
- Asa Biggs (1811–1878), American politician
- Basil Biggs (1819–1906), American laborer and veterinarian
- Benjamin T. Biggs (1821–1893), American politician
- Casey Biggs (b. 1955), American actor
- Cecil Biggs (1881–1944), British rugby player and cricketer
- Christopher Ewart-Biggs (1921–1976), British diplomat assassinated by the PIRA
- D. E. Biggs (1860-1924), American politician
- Edgar Harold "Hal" Biggs, American educator, director of sports medicine
- Electra Waggoner Biggs (1912-2001), American sculptor.
- Gregory Biggs (1964-2001), American car accident victim
- Hermann Biggs (1859-1923), American physician and Public Health pioneer
- Ian Biggs, Australian diplomat
- J. Biggs (b. 1965), wrestling manager Clarence Mason
- Janet Biggs (b. 1959), American artist
- James Crawford Biggs (1872-1960), American lawyer and politician
- Jason Biggs (b. 1978), American actor
- John Biggs (politician) (b. 1957), British politician
- John B. Biggs (b. 1934), educational psychologist and novelist
- John H. Biggs (b. 1936), Boeing director
- John Biggs-Davison (1918-1988), British politician
- Margaret Biggs (b. 1929), British children's writer
- Max Biggs (1923-1990), American professional basketball player
- Michael Biggs, musician, son of trainrobber Ronnie Biggs
- Norman L. Biggs (b. 1941), British mathematician
- Norman Biggs (1870-1908), Wales international rugby player
- E. Power Biggs (1906-1977), British-American organist
- Ralph Biggs (b. 1976), American basketball player
- Richard Biggs (1960-2004), American actor
- Riley Biggs (1900-1971), American football player
- Ronnie Biggs (1929-2013), British criminal
- Roxann Biggs, American actress Roxann Dawson
- Selwyn Biggs (1872-1943), Wales international rugby player
- Tony Biggs, Australian radio personality
- Tyrell Biggs (b.1960), American boxer
- Verlon Biggs (1943-1994), American football player
Usage examples of "biggs".
By the time the cumbersome Artoo and Threepio make it down the slope, Biggs and Windy are climbing all over their big brother.
Within three years twenty thousand babies had been injected and like a rumor spread the news, and Biggs, the eminent American Health Officer, then in Europe, was carried away by the excitement.
Her name, if I remember correctly, was Polly Biggs and it was discovered that she too had died of cyanide poisoning.
Charles Windham and Polly Biggs, but of course we felt pretty sure by that time that she must have murdered Dr.
Irish government was concerned and worried, but it was the assassination of Ambassador Ewart Biggs that made the critical difference.
July 21, Ewart Biggs seated himself on the left-hand side of the backseat of his chauffeur-driven 4.
Ambassador Ewart Biggs and his secretary, Judith Cooke, were crushed to death.
Such attire was considered rather too casual by the older, more conservative rank of newspapermen, but Biggs considered himself part of a new, more progressive breed of journalist.
I pulled up a chair and gave Biggs a brief sketch of the crime scene while he made notes on a block of paper.
We climbed the wide steps and Biggs made himself known to a church official stationed by the door.
We slipped out just as the opening notes of an organ processional sounded, and Biggs led me toward the Second Avenue elevated.
The Irish government was concerned and worried, but it was the assassination of Ambassador Ewart Biggs that made the critical difference.
Cm the morning of July 21, Ewart Biggs seated himself on the left-hand side of the backseat of his chauffeur-driven 4.