Crossword clues for hayes
- Isaac who voiced Chef
- Isaac or Helen
- Garfield followed him
- Gabby or Helen
- "Shaft" singer Isaac
- "Shaft" singer
- "First Lady of the Theater" Helen
- Winner over Tilden
- Voice of Chef on "South Park"
- US president between Grant and Garfield
- Stax Records icon Isaac
- Singer Isaac who cowrote "Soul Man"
- Rutherford B. ___ (19th-century US president)
- Rutherford B. ___
- Renowned name on Broadway
- R&B singer Isaac who was the voice of Chef on "South Park"
- President on a Currier & Ives poster
- President elected without winning the popular vote
- President derisively dubbed His Fraudulency
- President called "His Fraudulency"
- Our 19th president
- Only president who'd been wounded in the Civil War
- Only president who was selected by a congressional commission
- MSNBC's Chris
- MSNBC host Chris
- Mrs. McThing
- Last Reconstruction president
- Initiator of the White House Easter Egg Roll
- Hoops star Tiffany
- Helen, Isaac or Gabby
- Helen or Gabby
- Helen of stage
- Great name in the theatre
- Grant's follower
- Grant successor
- Garfield's presidential predecessor
- Garfield preceder
- Gabby of old oaters
- Funk icon Isaac
- First president to have a phone in the White House—its number was "1" (1877)
- Compromise of 1877 beneficiary
- Chef's voice, formerly
- Bearded U.S. president
- Bearded 19th US president Rutherford B. ___
- Actor Sean of "Will & Grace"
- 1876 victor by one electoral vote
- "Shaft" composer
- "Never Can Say Goodbye" singer Isaac
- "Hot Buttered Soul" Isaac
- Garfield's predecessor
- Grant's successor
- He introduced the Easter egg roll on the White House lawn
- Profile on a 19Вў stamp
- First sitting president to visit the West Coast
- First president to visit the West Coast while in office
- Elvin ___, 1960's-80's N.B.A. star known as "Big E"
- Oscar winner Helen
- President who won by one electoral vote
- President after Grant
- Governor who helped found Ohio State University
- U.S. president after Grant
- Compromise of 1877 president
- Rutherford B. ___ (US president, 1877-1881)
- Understands, to a Scot
- Compromise of 1877 figure
- First president to have a telephone in the White House
- Acclaimed actress of stage and screen (born in 1900)
- 19th President of the United States
- His administration removed federal troops from the South and so ended the Reconstruction Period (1822-1893)
- Profile on a 19¢ stamp
- Woody part of Ohio?
- Centennial electee
- An Oscar winner: 1931-32
- No. 19
- Helen or Isaac
- Actress for whom a theater was named
- President nicknamed "Old Eight to Seven"
- Centennial year electee
- Mount ___, peak 90 miles SSE of Fairbanks
- President called Old Eight to Seven
- Gabby of westerns
- Winner in 1876
- Man between Grant and Garfield
- Nineteenth U.S. President
- Centennial choice for U.S. President
- It's hard getting votes for 11's successor
- White House name
- 19th president
- 19th U.S. president
- Rutherford or Helen
- Helen or Rutherford
- He lost the popular vote to Tilden
- Victor over Tilden
- Soul legend Isaac
- Sean of "Will & Grace"
- President Rutherford B
- President between Grant and Garfield
- Ohio governor who became president
n. (plural of haye English)
Housing Units (2000): 526
Land area (2000): 713.114297 sq. miles (1846.957473 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.220382 sq. miles (0.570786 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 713.334679 sq. miles (1847.528259 sq. km)
Located within: Nebraska (NE), FIPS 31
Location: 40.516243 N, 101.081310 W
Hayes County, NE
Hayes may refer to:
- Hayes (surname), including a list of people with the name
- Hayes High School, several North American educational institutions
Hayes is an English language surname. In the United States Census, 1990, Hayes was the 100th most common surname recorded. The oldest record of the surname dates to 1197 in the Eynsham Cartulary of Oxfordshire, where it appears on the form Heise. There are nineteen coats of arms assumed by or granted to individuals with this or a similar surname. Though primarily a surname, "Hayes" sometimes appears as a given name in census records.
Usage examples of "hayes".
Then the other one might have opened up, spilled the beans, told him where the hell Pamela Hayes had run off to.
Who would hunt for a single-minded, independent woman architect Pamela Hayes in a cozy, domestic setting?
Pamela Hayes had proved to be what in legal circles was referred to as an unimpeachable witness.
Once he had permanent custody of Lizard, he could forgot Pamela Hayes had ever entered his life.
But technicalities could be smoothed over with a little cash, and Mick wanted the Hayes woman for himself.
To be serious: Timothy Hayes, our chairman at the monster meeting, aristocratically dressed among us, had like the rest his plump body literally bloated with lice from the lock-up.
Timothy Hayes forced himself to appear as cheerful as his honourable heart and proud mind would allow.