Crossword clues for isa
- Part of a metaphor
- "Love ___ Sickness" (Daniel poem)
- "Life ___ cabaret"
- Bib. prophet
- "The Heart ___ Lonely Hunter"
- "This ___ surprise!"
- "There ___ time вЂ¦"
- "Rose ___ rose ..."
- "Love ___ Ball" (1963 comedy)
- "Life ___ beach"
- "Patience ___ virtue"
- 1992 top 10 hit "Life ___ Highway"
- "Every day ___ new day"
- 1992 hit "Life ___ Highway"
- "Yes, Virginia, there ___ Santa Claus"
- Metaphor middle
- "When ___ good time?"
- "Love ___ Ball" (Glenn Ford film)
- "Life ___ Highway"
- "Yes, there ___ God!"
- Old Testament prophecy book: Abbr.
- "This ___ stickup!"
- "Rhythm ___ Dancer" (1992 hit by Snap!)
- O.T. book before Jeremiah
- O.T. book
- "Life_____ beach"
- O.T. book before Jer.
- "This _____ stickup!"
- "This ___ test..."
- Book before Jeremiah: Abbr.
- "That ___ lie!"
- Christie's "There ___ Tide"
- "There ___ tide..."
- "This ___ fine how-do-you-do!"
- Rodgers and Hart's "What ___ Man?"
- "There ___ Mountain" (1967 Donovan hit)
- "This ___ test"
- "Love ___ Song Without End" (from "Bambi")
- "This ___ test ..."
- Part of a Stein line
- "This ___ bust!"
- "When ___ door...?"
- Old Testament book: Abbr.
- "... ___ penny earned"
- "What ___ Man?" ("Pal Joey" tune)
- Words before and after "rose"
Isa or ISA may refer to:
Isa is the eighth full-length studio album by Norwegian metal band Enslaved. Several tracks segue continuously into one another and the majority of compositions are composed of multiple interlocking movements.
This name Isa does not particularly belong to any religion or group of people and can be used as a religious or non-religious name. The name Isa is not gender specific.
As a religious name, Isa or Eisa is an Arabic name corresponding to Jesus in English. It is a common male given name for Arabs and other Muslims.
Arabic-speaking Muslims refer to Jesus as Īsā, while Arabic-speaking Christians refer to Jesus as . The name for Jesus is used in these two forms in the Qur'an and in Arabic versions of the Bible, respectively.
The International Security Alliance (ISA) is a fictional intelligence agency on the soap opera Days of Our Lives. A highly secretive organization, its agents have been operating in the small Midwestern town of Salem at least since its first appearance on the show in the early 1980s (although several characters' histories indicate involvement well back into the mid-to-late 1970s).
Several of Salem's more prominent citizens have served at one time or another as agents for the ISA, including Roman Brady, Philip Kiriakis, Shane Donovan, Steve Johnson, Gabrielle Pascal, John Black, Billie Reed, and Rafe Hernandez. Others such as Bo Brady, Hope Brady, Kimberly Brady, Diana Colville, and Marlena Evans, while not full-fledged agents, have assisted (willingly or unwillingly) in the agency's operations.
The agency was originally portrayed as a multinational crime-fighting task force, well-funded but relatively informal and highly secretive, with agents and operations in every country of the Western world. As time progressed, the ISA was fleshed out into a full-fledged government agency, presumably American although many agents have been British. Although now purportedly an intelligence or "spy" agency, the ISA's mandate still generally appears to be centered on criminal investigations rather than political espionage, with a specialty in the sort of high-level, international criminal activities that has tended to center in the otherwise quiet town of Salem -- such as those controlled by the DiMera, Kiriakis, and Alamain families.
The organization demonstrates frequent and open cooperation with local police, and in contrast with real-life foreign intelligence services, the ISA's agents have demonstrated legal powers of arrest in their own right. However, the most of agency's methodology is straight out of Robert Ludlum or Ian Fleming, including sophisticated gadgets, top-secret operations, political intrigue and corruption, and even such questionable methods as assassination and kidnapping. In addition, the ISA has several of its own fairly advanced scientific and medical facilities throughout the world, dealing with problems encountered by its agents such as brainwashing and biological warfare.
Along with blurring the real-world lines between law enforcement and espionage, the ISA appears to operate with impunity throughout the world and across jurisdictional lines, but does not appear to take sides in any real-world political controversy of the day. However effective it may be, the agency has also been occasionally susceptible to infiltration, counterespionage, and corruption by its targets, particularly henchmen of the DiMera, Kiriakis, and Alamain organizations. The agency has also experienced both partnerships and conflicts with real-life agencies such as the FBI and the CIA.
Past directors of the ISA depicted on the show have included George Nickerson, Ogden Vaughn, and James Tarrington. As of 2016, the current ISA Director is Pamela Van Damme.
Category:Fictional intelligence agencies
As Isa's character is revealed through the course of the story which spans 5 albums, she is conscious of her own sensuality, and know how to expoit it to reach her goals. A modern woman within a male-dominated 17th century framework.
ISA is a 2014 made-for-television, sci-fi, psychological thriller movie about Isa Reyes, a high school teen who discovers that a chip in her brain allows her to unlock repressed memories through her dreams. It premiered on the Syfy channel on June 11, 2014, and stars Jeanette Samano, Sabi, Eric Ochoa, Ana Layevska, with Timothy DeLaGhetto and Fernando Allende. It also aired on the Chiller, mun2 and Telemundo networks and iTunes. It was produced by Fluency.