Crossword clues for byrne
- Talking Heads "Psycho Killer" singer David
- Rose who played Gloria Steinem
- Rose of "Damages"
- N. J. Governor
- Kean's predecessor as governor of New Jersey
- Jane __, only female Chicago mayor
- Gabriel of the movies
- Donn ___, author of "Messer Marco Polo."
- Actor Gabriel or singer David
- Actor Gabriel of "Stigmata"
- 1980s Chicago mayor
- "Stop Making Sense" subject David
- "In Treatment" star Gabriel __
- Mayor of Chicago, 1979-83
- One of "The Usual Suspects" of film
- Musician-composer David
- Talking Heads co-founder David
- Jane who was Chicago's first female mayor
- Talking Head David
- Gabriel of "The Usual Suspects"
- Gabriel of "Miller's Crossing"
- David of The Talking Heads
- David of Talking Heads
- Talking Heads singer David
- Talking Heads lead singer David
- Talking Heads David
The most common meaning of Byrne (variations: Byrnes, O'Byrne) is a surname derived from the Irish name Ó Broin.
There are two Irish surnames which have Byrne as their English spelling; the most common comes from Ó Broin, which refers to the Leinster-based family of Bran as described below, while the less common family name is Ó Beirn or Ó Beirne in Irish. The latter is most commonly found in Mayo, Sligo and Donegal in the Northwest of Ireland.
Usage examples of "byrne".
Given his personal knowledge of Ronnie Bucca, Byrne took the case seriously and called the FBI.
Now in Cush she sat on one of the armchairs in the kitchen and wondered if they had forgotten about her as the news ended and then the break for advertisements ended and the music for the show began and Gay Byrne appeared.
Of all the people in the room, Byrnes had been the only one to see Hawes raise the thermostat.
It was over in the taking of a breath--then, while the crowd hummed and closed in, leaving Byrne to slink away as if he had become invisible, I saw my big Delane, growncalm and apathetic, turn to the poney and lay a soothing hand on its neck.
Byrnes, though usually a competent overseer, shares one small weakness wi' the Lieutenant.
Last but not least, the author wishes to thank Shannon Byrne, Mary Elizabeth Capps, Jane Davis, Joel Gotler, Philip Spitzer, Lukas Ortiz, and Linda Connelly for their help and support during the writing of this story.
Shannon Byrne, Mary Elizabeth Capps, Jane Davis, Joel Gotler, Philip Spitzer, Lukas Ortiz, and Linda Connelly for their help and support during the writing of this story.
He had been again for half an hour closeted with Byrne and the Bugologist, certain letters being under inspection.
Under Byrnes s flamboyant guidance the detectives in the bureau became known as the Immortals and they dramatically reduced the level of crime in a city as freewheeling back then as the Wild West.
In February 1996, FBSUPERVISORY Special Agent Ellen Glasser had replaced Mike Byrne as the head of the Puget Sound Violent Crimes Task Force.
Both Byrne and Plume believed it beset with peril, watched from ambush by invisible foes who could be relied upon to lurk in hiding until the train was within easy range, then, with sudden volley, to pick off the officers and prominent sergeants and, in the inevitable confusion, aided by their goatlike agility, to make good their escape.
I waded forward, roughly, shoving people out of my way, I saw Don Hamerman, Jay Grayer, and then Sally Byrnes.
Byrne supposed was maha, the slightly narcotic drink that had become so popular after its introduction into T-human space by the Permal fifty years before.
Byrne, watching him, realized that the maha, enough to give even a confirmed maha drinker like the captain a buzz, would probably knock out most of the natives pretty quickly.
Byrnes delved into his jacket pocket for a translucent envelope and flipped the minidisc onto the table.