Crossword clues for landa
Housing Units (2000): 28
Land area (2000): 0.072529 sq. miles (0.187849 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.072529 sq. miles (0.187849 sq. km)
FIPS code: 44700
Located within: North Dakota (ND), FIPS 38
Location: 48.896459 N, 100.911399 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Landa may refer to:
- Landa (surname)
- Landa, Álava, a village in Basque Country, Spain
- Landa, North Dakota, United States
- Laṇḍā, a class of scripts in Northern India
Landa Stulbenis - a big eejit, a horse with no legs
Landa is a Basque surname. It is also an Ashkenazi Jewish surname, a modification of Landau. Notable people with the surname include:
- Alfredo Landa (1933–2013), Spanish actor
- Diego de Landa (1524 – 1579), fourth bishop of Yucatán
- Daniel Landa (born 1968), Czech musician
- Eli Landa (born 1984), Norwegian model
- Honorino Landa (1942–1987), Chilean soccer player
- Konstantin Landa (born 1972), Russian chess grandmaster
- Lucas Landa (born 1986), Argentine soccer player
- Manuel de Landa (born 1952), Mexican-American writer
- Miguel Ángel Landa (born 1938), Venezuelan actor, stand-up comedian, and television personality
- Mikel Landa (born 1989), Spanish racing cyclist
- Oryan Landa (born 1980), American actor
- Hans Landa, character in the film Inglourious Basterds
Usage examples of "landa".
Determined to eradicate these pagan barbarities, Landa organized the destruction of temples, statues, frescoes, any object with religious connotations.
These irreplaceable texts - bound like thin, small accordions and known as codices - 'contained nothing in which there was not to be seen superstitions and lies of the devil,' Landa reported to his superiors.
Mani, the name of the village where Landa found and destroyed the codices, is the Mayan word for 'it is finished.
They were to go themselves, without the usual support crew consisting of a mixed bag of Milieu races, and perform an update assessment of the fourth Landa planet, which they had surveyed many Galactic millenaries ago.
For several centuries, the normal background cosmic radiation flux through the Landa system increased by a factor of nearly five thousand, with cataclysmic effects upon the biota of the single habitable world.
The blast wave had swept past Landa exactly two Galactic millenaries ago [5476 Earth years].
They had returned to normal space, in the vicinity of the Landa system.
Diego de Landa burned thousands of Maya codices, story paintings and hieroglyphs inscribed on rolled-up deer skins.