Crossword clues for hamel
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Hamel \Ham"el\ (h[a^]m"[e^]l), v. t. [Obs.] Same as Hamble.
Housing Units (2000): 242
Land area (2000): 1.160242 sq. miles (3.005012 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.160242 sq. miles (3.005012 sq. km)
FIPS code: 32408
Located within: Illinois (IL), FIPS 17
Location: 38.887524 N, 89.843949 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 62046
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Hamel may refer to:
- Hamel, Western Australia, town
- Hamel, Nord, a commune of the Nord département, in northern France
- Beaumont-Hamel, a commune of the Somme département, in northern France
- Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial, a First World War memorial site to the Newfoundland Regiment
- Hamel, Illinois, a village in Madison County, Illinois, United States
- Hamel, Minnesota, a neighborhood of Medina, Minnesota, Hennepin County, United States.
- Battle of Hamel, a planned attack launched by the Australian Corps against German positions in the town of Hamel in northern France during World War I
- HAMEL a type of steel pipe used in Operation Pluto in World War II
- Hamel Basis, In Linear Algebra the most common type of basis for a vector space
Hamel is also a surname:
- Alan Hamel, Canadian television personality
- Denis Hamel, Canadian ice hockey player
- Ernest Hamel (1826–1898), French historian ( fr)
- Gary Hamel, business theorist
- Georg Hamel, German mathematician, physicist
- Gilles Hamel, NHL Player
- Gustav Hamel, pioneer aviator
- Hendrick Hamel, 17th century Dutch writer
- Jacques Hamel (1930-2016), French Roman Catholic priest.
- Jean-Marc Hamel, member of the Order of Canada
- Jean Hamel, NHL player
- Joseph Hamel (1788–1861), Russian scientist, doctor of medicine and chemical engineer (Wikisource, ru)
- Pierre Hamel, NHL player
- Peter Michael Hamel, German composer
- Veronica Hamel, American actress
- Wouter Hamel, Dutch jazz musician
Hamel is a river of Lower Saxony, Germany.
Usage examples of "hamel".
It had received a further stimulus when Richard Hamel, who had bought an Evening Standard on their way from the theatre a few minutes ago, came across a certain paragraph in it which he read aloud.
CHAPTER VIII Richard Hamel, although he certainly had not the appearance of a person afflicted with nerves, gave a slight start.
CHAPTER XI The little station at which Hamel alighted was like an oasis in the middle of a flat stretch of sand and marsh.
CHAPTER XII From where Hamel stood a queer object came strangely into sight.
He looked at Richard Hamel as though he were some strange sea-monster come up from underneath the sands.
Stooping a little, Hamel was still able to walk by the side of the man in the chair.
CHAPTER XIII During the next half-hour, Hamel was introduced to luxuries to which, in a general way, he was entirely unaccustomed.
He did not at once look up, and Hamel glanced around with genuine admiration.
I am not sure about that fellow Hamel, and Gerald is in a queer temper.
Fentolin glanced across those few feet of space and looked at Hamel with swift suspicion.
Hall seemed, in a sense, transformed, as Hamel and his companion climbed the worn grey steps which led on to the broad sweep of terrace.
By her side stood another woman who was a stranger to Hamel - thin, still elegant, with tired, worn face, and the shadow of something in her eyes which reminded him at once of Esther.
Fentolin waved his hand and beckoned to Hamel and Esther as they somewhat hesitatingly approached.
Look steadily to the eastward of that second dike and you will see the pink light upon the sands, which baffled every one until our friend Hamel came and caught it on his canvas.
Even Hamel, who had said something about a walk, had been induced to stop by an appealing glance from Esther.