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- Fredericksburg victor
- Finch creator
- Farrah's one-time husband
- Director with three Oscars
- Director Spike ___
- Diesel alternative
- David ___ Roth of rock
- Creator of the Finches
- Creator of Finch and Radley
- Creator of Boo Radley
- Country singer Brice or Greenwood
- Country singer ___ Brice
- Country Music Hall of Famer Brenda
- Confederate hero
- Confederacy leader
- Co-creator of the Hulk
- Christopher of horror movies
- Bruce of martial arts movies
- Bruce of martial arts films
- Bruce of "Enter the Dragon" and "Fist of Fury"
- Brenda or Bruce
- Big name in kung fu
- Best Director of 2005
- Appomattox signee
- Appomattox loser
- Appomattox general
- Ang who directed "Brokeback Mountain"
- Ang of film
- Amy of Evanescence
- Actor Pace of the "Hobbit" movies
- 2005 Oscar director
- "She Hate Me" director
- "Lust, Caution" director Ang
- "Light-horse Harry"
- "Hulk" director Ang ___
- "He Got Game" director Spike
- "Empire" co-creator Daniels
- "Dexter" actor C.S. ___
- "Crouching Tiger" director Ang
- "Bamboozled" director Spike
- "American Idol" winner DeWyze
- ". . . Mockingbird" novelist
- 'My Name Is Earl' star
- 'Crooklyn' director
- ''Clockers'' director
- ''Brokeback Mountain'' director
- Writer Edgar __ Masters
- Word with side or tide
- Woodard's director in "Crooklyn"
- Winner at Bull Run
- Windless quarter
- Wilderness campaign figure
- Whiskey Rebellion figure Henry
- West Pointer a year behind Jefferson Davis
- West Point superintendent, 1852-1855
- Washington & ___ University
- Washington & __ University
- Warren Report first name
- Ward preceder
- Victor at the Battle of Fredericksburg
- Veteran actor Christopher seen in "Hugo"
- Utah's Governor
- Utah senator Mike
- Utah Governor
- Two-time Emmy-winning actress __ Grant
- Tupelo's and Fort Myers' county
- Trevino of the PGA
- Traveler's rider
- Tracy or Cobb
- Town in western Massachusetts
- Tommy, Arthur, or Amy
- Tommy, Arthur or "Scratch" Perry
- Tommy or Arthur
- Tommy on drums
- Tommy of Mötley Crüe
- Tommy Jones interrupter
- Tommy --- Jones
- Tommy -- Jones
- Tommy ___ Jones of "Lincoln"
- Tommy ___ Jones ("Lincoln" supporting actor)
- The sheltered side
- Surname on some jeans
- Sun-kyun or Jung-eun of "Parasite"
- Stray Cats' bassist Rocker
- Stray Cats Rocker
- Strasberg of "The Godfather Part II"
- Stonewall Jackson superior
- Stone Mountain figure
- Stan with the superheroes
- Stan with cameos in Marvel movies
- Stan who had a cameo in "Black Panther"
- Stan who co-created "Ant-Man"
- Stan the superhero creator
- Stan of superheroes
- Stan of comics
- Spike, the director
- Spike, notably
- Spike with films
- Spike with a joint?
- Spike who's a Knicks fan
- Spike who won a 2018 Oscar
- Spike who directed "Inside Man"
- Spike who directed "Chi-Raq"
- Spike who directed "BlacKkKlansman"
- Spike that tried to sue Spike TV
- Spike or Sir Christopher
- Spike or Pinky
- Spike or Brenda
- Spike on set
- Spike on a set
- Spike of interest in movies?
- Spike in movie rentals?
- Spike in movie production
- Spike in filmmaking
- Spike in film production?
- Spike in cinema
- Spike cheering on the Knicks
- Spike from Atlanta
- Singer, Jerry ... Lewis
- Singer Kodi
- Singer Jerry -- Lewis
- Singer David -- Roth
- Singer Brenda
- Sheltered shore
- Shakers founder Ann
- Shaker mystic
- Shaker founder Ann
- Seven Days Battles general
- See 107D
- Second-most common Korean surname, after Kim
- Second Manassas victor
- Second in his class in West Point's class of 1829
- Second Bull Run victor
- Sean of the Cowboys
- Sara whom "nobody doesn't like"
- Sara or Robert
- Sara of baking
- Sara ___ cakes
- Sara ___
- Sara __ cakes
- Roscoe ____ Browne
- Rocker DeWyze
- Rock singer David ___ Roth
- Robert or Annabel
- Robert Edward ___
- Robert E. __
- Resort town in Massachusetts
- Rep. Sheila Jackson ___
- Rebellious Robert
- Rebel leader
- Reb general
- Radio pioneer De Forest
- R&R's Brenda ____
- Protecting shelter
- Pro golfer Westwood
- Prince Edward Island Premier James
- Pop singer Brenda
- Poe's "Annabel ____"
- Poe's ''Annabel ___''
- Pinky or Ruta
- Pinky or Lila
- Pinky or Bruce
- Philomena's last name in "Philomena"
- Phillies pitcher Cliff
- Peggy or R.E
- Peggy or Brenda
- Painter Krasner
- Orioles manager Mazzilli
- Opposite of port
- One of three figures carved on Georgia's Stone Mountain
- One of the F.F.V
- One of Hannah's sisters in "Hannah and Her Sisters"
- Old gray head?
- Old Dominion family
- Novelist Harper with a Pulitzer
- Noted general
- NFL legend ___ Roy Selmon
- Name that's a sea creature backward
- Name over a cheek?
- Musician Jerry ___ Lewis
- Musician Amos
- Ms. Remick
- Mr. Cobb, the actor
- Most common Korean surname after Kim
- Model Precious
- Mississippi county whose seat is Tupelo
- Military leader nicknamed "Light-Horse Harry"
- Middle name for men or women
- Michele or Spike
- Michele or Brenda
- Meade's opponent at Gettysburg
- Marvin of the movies
- Marvin of "The Dirty Dozen"
- Marvin of "Point Blank"
- Marvin from N.Y.C
- Marvel Comics legend Stan ___
- Martial arts legend Bruce
- Martial arts great Bruce
- Martial arts film star Bruce
- Martial artist Bruce
- Marshall who was the voice of Tony the Tiger
- Marina's spouse
- Man or woman into renewable energy
- Majors worth $6 million
- Majors or Grant
- Majors old TV
- Majors of Hollywood
- Majors in drama?
- Majors in broadcasting
- Majors in acting (m)
- Major jeans brand
- Love singer Arthur
- Love frontman Arthur
- Loser to Meade at Gettysburg
- Loser at Appomattox
- Lorelei ___
- Lloyd Price tune "Stagger ---"
- Linksman Elder
- Linda ___ (Supergirl's alias)
- Lila or Peggy
- Liberty portrayer opposite James
- Leader of the Shakers
- Last name of martial artists Bruce and Brandon
- Kung fu star
- Knicks superfan Spike
- Kathy Gifford's middle name
- Kathy ____ Gifford
- Kathie ___ Gifford ("Today" cohost)
- Kathie ___ Gifford ("Today" cohost paired with Hoda Kotb)
- John's assassin
- Jerry Lewis's middle name
- Jerry ___ Lewis of music
- Jerry ___ Lewis
- Jeans Manufacturer
- Jeans company
- Jeanette ___, billiards legend nicknamed the Black Widow
- Jason of the "Alvin and the Chipmunks" movie
- Jason of "The Incredibles"
- Jason in Kevin Smith movies
- Janzen or Trevino
- Jamie or Kathie follower
- Jamie ___ Curtis of "Halloween"
- Jackie's younger sister
- Jack's "Days of Wine and Roses" co-star
- Jack Reacher creator __ Child
- It's big in jeans
- Iconic English guitarist Albert
- Hurricane Katrina documentarian
- Horror star Christopher
- Hero of the "Lost Cause."
- Her "Fever" was contagious
- He surrendered to Grant in 1865
- Harper who wrote "Go Set a Watchman"
- Harper ___ ("To Kill a Mockingbird" author)
- Gypsy Rose ___
- Guess alternative
- Greta of "Russian Doll"
- Grateful Dead "Viola ___ Blues"
- Grant's Civil War opponent
- Grant wartime foe
- Grant or Greenwood
- Grant of film
- Grant counterpart
- Governor at Salt Lake City
- Golf pro Westwood
- Golf pro Trevino
- General who surrendered at Appomattox Court House
- General under Davis
- General in controversial monuments
- General Grant's opposite
- General for whom a USMA barracks is named
- General Beauregard ___ (the other Groundhog Day groundhog)
- General at the Battle of Spotsylvania
- Former Motley Crue drummer Tommy
- Former "American Idol" champion DeWyze
- Foe of Grant
- Florida county whose seat is Fort Myers
- First, last, male or female name
- First Families of Virginia surname
- Finch's creator
- Filmdom's Spike
- Film's Spike ____
- Film director Ang
- Favorite son of Virginia
- Fashion designer Kimora ___ Simmons
- Famous stripper
- F. -- Bailey
- F. ____ Bailey
- Evanescence singer Amy
- ESPN football analyst Corso
- Entertainer Gypsy Rose
- Enter the Dragon star
- English golfer Westwood
- Elder, the first African-American to play the Masters
- Duvall's role in "Gods and Generals"
- Dub superstar ___ "Scratch" Perry
- Dub reggae pioneer Perry
- Doris ___, U. S. painter
- Director/NYU professor
- Director who sued Viacom over Spike TV
- Director who sued Spike TV for using his name
- Director Tamahori
- Director Spike who won an honorary Oscar in 2015
- Director Spike or singer Brenda
- Director Spike --
- Director often spotted at Knicks games
- Director often seen at Knicks games
- Director of 1995's "Sense and Sensibility"
- Director of "He Got Game" and "She Hate Me"
- Director from Taiwan or Brooklyn
- Director appearing in "Mandela in America"
- Director Ang __
- Declaration of Independence signer Richard Henry ___
- David -- Roth
- Cushing co-star, often
- Crue drummer Tommy
- Creepy Christopher
- Creator of the Finch family
- Creator of Radley and Finch
- Cowboys linebacker Sean
- Country singer Brice with the #5 hit "I Don't Dance"
- Country singer Brice
- Country singer ___ Ann Womack
- Country crooner Greenwood
- Controversial statue figure, these days
- Confederate V.I.P
- Confederate icon
- Confederate general who was a descendant of Thomas More
- Confederate general who surrendered to Grant
- Confederate general Robert E. ___
- Commander of the Confederate States Army in the American Civil War
- Comic Pinky
- Cold Harbor victor
- Cohort of Capote
- Classic "I'm Sorry" singer
- Cinematic Spike
- Christopher who sucked in many of his movies?
- Christopher of many horror films
- Child who created Jack Reacher
- Character actor R. ___ Ermey
- Catwoman portrayer Meriwether
- Catwoman player Meriwether
- Cathy ____ Crosby
- Casual wear biggie
- Capote colleague
- Canada or Dixie
- California rep Barbara
- C.S.A. V.I.P
- Bull Run general
- Bruce, "The Little Dragon"
- Bruce with the kicks
- Bruce with chops
- Bruce who died mysteriously
- Bruce or son Brandon
- Bruce or Robert
- Bruce or Ben
- Bruce of marital arts films
- Bruce of "Way of the Dragon"
- Bruce ___, martial arts ace
- Bruce ___ Day (October 3, at least in Seattle)
- British golfer Westwood
- British author Child who created Jack Reacher
- Brenda or Ruta
- Brandon or Bruce
- Boo Radley's creator
- Bob Marley "The Complete ___ 'Scratch' Perry Sessions"
- Blues legend John __ Hooker
- Blues hero Stagger
- Big name in Marvel Comics history
- Big name in casual wear
- Best Director between Eastwood and Scorsese
- Beauregard's boss
- Battle of Cold Harbor victor
- Battle of Chancellorsville victor, 1863
- Bailey or Grant
- Auto racer Petty
- Author Maracle
- Author Harper ___ who died in February
- Author Harper ___
- Author Anna ___ Walters
- Atticus Finch's creator
- Artist Krasner, for whose portrayal Marcia Gay Harden won an Oscar in "Pollock"
- Army of Northern Virginia commander
- Arlington House honoree
- Arlington House dedicatee
- Appomattox runner-up
- Appomattox principal
- Ang, Brandon or Spike
- Ang with an Oscar
- Ang who won a Best Director Oscar for "Life of Pi"
- Ang who directed "Life of Pi"
- Ang who directed "Hulk"
- Ang ___, winner of two Oscars for Best Director
- Ang ___ ("Life of Pi" director)
- Alvin of Ten Years After
- Alligator Pie author
- All of his films are joint ventures
- Actress, Jamie ... Curtis
- Actress Sheryl ___ Ralph
- Actor, ... Marvin
- Actor Pace of "Guardians of the Galaxy"
- Actor J. Cobb
- Actor Christopher ___ of the "Hobbit" movies (he plays Saruman)
- Acting Majors?
- Acting coach Strasberg
- Abstract Expressionist Krasner
- A general
- 2008 Cy Young Award winner Cliff
- 2005 Oscar winner
- 2005 batting champ Derrek
- 1965 Oscar winner Marvin
- 1862 Bull Run victor
- "When the Levees Broke" director
- "To Kill a Mockingbird" Pulitzer winner
- "To Kill a Mockingbird" novelist Harper
- "The Try Guys" star Eugene ___ Yang
- "The Private Lives of Pippa ___"
- "The Omen" actress Remick
- "Sweet Nothin's" singer Brenda
- "Stagger ___"
- "She's Gotta Have It" creator/director Spike
- "Semi-homemade cooking" proponent Sandra
- "Scream Queens" star Jamie ___ Curtis
- "Precious" director Daniels
- "Perfectly Imperfect" author Woodruff
- "Parasite" actress Jung-eun
- "Pachinko" author Min Jin ___
- "Nobody doesn't like Sara ___"
- "My Cup Runneth Over" painter Annie
- "Mo' Better Blues" director
- "Miracle at St. Anna" director
- "Men in Black" star Tommy ___ Jones
- "Malcolm X" (1992) director
- "Lincoln" star Tommy ___ Jones
- "Lincoln" Oscar nominee Tommy ___ Jones
- "Light Horse Harry"
- "Is That All There Is" singer
- "If You'll Let This Fool Back In" singer Greenwood
- "I'm Sorry" singer
- "Horror of Dracula" star Christopher
- "God Bless the USA" singer Greenwood
- "God Bless the U.S.A." singer Greenwood
- "Go Set a Watchman" writer Harper
- "Go Set a Watchman" novelist Harper
- "Go Set a Watchman" novelist
- "Get what fits" jeans company
- "Gemini Man" director Ang
- "Empire" creator Daniels
- "Empire" cocreator ___ Daniels
- "Drinking Class" singer Brice
- "Drinking Class" singer ___ Brice
- "Die Another Day" director Tamahori
- "Da 5 Bloods" director Spike
- "Da 5 Bloods" director
- "College GameDay" football analyst Corso
- "Can't Bust 'Em" jeans
- "BlacKkKlansman" director, 2018
- "BlacKkKlansman" director Spike
- "Bamboozled" director
- "8. When I was in the Campaign for Real-Time, I went by All-World ___ 'Big Game' Bronson"
- "___ Daniels' The Butler" (2013 Forest Whitaker film)
- "___ Daniels' The Butler"
- "___ Brice" (2017 country album)
- 'Hulk' director Ang
- 'Chi-Raq' director Spike
- 'Annabel --'
- ''School Daze'' director
- ''Jungle Fever'' director
- ''I'm Sorry'' singer
- ''He Got Game'' director
- ''Fever'' singer Peggy
- ''Crooklyn'' director
- ''Bamboozled'' director
- ''1776'' role
- ___ Harvey Oswald
- ___ Adama ("Battlestar Galactica" captain)
- ___ "Scratch" Perry
- __ Scoresby, Lin-Manuel Miranda's "His Dark Materials" role
- __ Radziwill, sister of Jackie O
- Sheltered part
- ___ Highway, classic New York-to-San Francisco route
- Spike, for one
- F. _____ Bailey
- Dracula actor Christopher
- Author Harper ____
- "To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper ___
- With 16-Across, former Phillies manager
- Grant opponent
- Chancellorsville victor
- Singapore's Kuan Yew _____
- Majors in acting?
- Winner at Chancellorsville
- Malcolm X profiler
- "Malcolm X" director Spike
- Novelist Harper --
- Harper on the bookshelf
- Attorney F. ___ Bailey
- Jeans brand
- Rebel leader of '61
- Wilderness Campaign general
- See 62-Down
- Antietam general
- See 4-Down
- Kind of shore
- Nautical side
- Annie ___, Enoch Arden's wife
- Gypsy Rose ____
- "School Daze" director
- One of Broadway's Shuberts
- "Clockers" director Spike
- Martial arts expert Bruce
- "The Magnificent Seven" gunslinger
- Whisky Rebellion suppressor
- Gypsy Rose's last name
- Jackie's sister
- Grant's opposite
- Under the ___ (nautical term)
- Common middle name
- Protection from a storm
- Miss Peggy
- Brenda who sang "I'm Sorry"
- Kind of side
- Peggy who sang "Fever"
- Bruce or Brenda
- Declaration of Independence signer from Virginia
- One side of a ship
- Light-Horse Harry, for one
- Filmmaker Spike
- Businessman Iacocca
- See 49-Across
- Washington and ___ University
- Linda ___, Supergirl's alias
- Rocker Tommy
- Stan who created Spider-Man
- "East of Eden" character
- "Mo' Better Blues" director Spike
- Bruce nicknamed "The Little Dragon"
- "Crooklyn" director Spike
- Traveller's rider
- Detective story writer Manfred
- Writer Harper --
- Majors on TV
- 57-Across opposer
- Light-Horse Harry's surname
- Sheltered side (naut.)
- Stone Mountain honoree
- Civil War general Robert E. ___
- Gen. Meade's foe at Gettysburg
- One of two Virginia signers of the Declaration of Independence
- Jeans name
- General at Appomattox
- General in gray
- One of the "Magnificent Seven"
- See 57-Down
- Golf's ___ Elder
- Manfred B. ___, half of Ellery Queen
- Jackie Onassis' sister
- Actress Grant
- Gen. Robert E. ___
- Johnny with the 1980 #1 country hit "Lookin' for Love"
- Director Spike or Ang
- General in the Capitol's Statuary Hall
- County name in nine former Confederate states
- Harper who wrote "To Kill a Mockingbird"
- Country singer Brenda
- Peggy with the 1958 hit "Fever"
- Wrangler competitor
- ___ jeans
- Actress Michele
- Washington funeral orator
- See 31-Down
- Brenda of country music
- Wranglers alternative
- Gray head?
- See 92-Across
- "Summer of Sam" director Spike
- Abstract painter ___ Krasner
- Name that's a homophone of 8-Down
- Golfer Trevino
- General played by Duvall
- Kung fu star Bruce
- Historic Virginian
- Gray general
- Dixie hero
- Family name of about 15% of Koreans
- Actress Remick: 1935-91
- Wrangler rival
- Virginia's historic ___ Highway
- Antietam leader
- Ann of the Shakers
- Winner at the Second Battle of Bull Run
- Former auto executive Iacocca
- Loser at Gettysburg
- Old western actor Van Cleef
- Kind of tide
- "Pushing Daisies" star ___ Pace
- See 5-Down
- ___ Highway, old auto route from New York City to San Francisco
- Jason who starred in TV's "My Name Is Earl"
- See 110-Down
- Winner at the Battle of Cold Harbor
- Rock's Tommy, ex-husband of Pamela Anderson
- Spike who directed "Crooklyn"
- Surname of two signers of the Declaration of Independence
- Entertainer Pinky or Peggy
- The General ___, "The Dukes of Hazzard" auto
- Gettysburg general
- Novelist who was a lifelong friend of Capote
- Founding father Richard Henry ___
- Stan of Marvel Comics
- Stan who co-created Spider-Man
- Actor ___ J. Cobb of "12 Angry Men"
- Spike in a director's chair
- Actor Bruce
- Marvin of "Cat Ballou"
- Robert Frost's middle name
- Virginia's Washington and ___ University
- Big name in jeans
- Confederate general at Gettysburg
- "Brokeback Mountain" director Ang ___
- All lit up
- Cliff ___, 2008 Cy Young Award winner
- Director Daniels of "The Butler"
- Historical figure a.k.a. Marse Robert
- Pace of "Pushing Daisies"
- Peggy of "Lady and the Tramp"
- Tommy of MГ¶tley CrГјe
- Harper ___, author of "To Kill a Mockingbird"
- See 51-Across
- Spike in movie sales?
- Victor at Chancellorsville
- Victor at Fussell's Mill
- Van Cleef of "High Noon"
- Director of 2015's "Chi-Raq"
- Daniels who directed "The Butler"
- Food Network host Sandra
- "Spoon River Anthology" poet Edgar ___ Masters
- Man's name that's 20-Across backward
- Victor at Gaines's Mill and Cold Harbor
- Actor Marvin of "Cat Ballou"
- Appomattox surrenderer
- "Life of Pi" director Ang ___
- Spike in direction
- "Is That All There Is" singer Peggy
- Opposite of weather, on a ship
- Commander during John Brown's capture in 1859
- United States filmmaker whose works explore the richness of Black American culture (born in 1957)
- United States striptease artist who became famous on Broadway in the 1930s (1914-1970)
- United States actor who was an expert in kung fu and starred in martial arts films (1941-1973)
- American Revolutionary soldier (1756-1818)
- The side of something that is sheltered from the wind
- Spike behind a camera
- Singer David ___ Roth
- McClellan's foe at Sharpsburg
- Marvin or Remick
- Golf's Trevino
- Majors or Marvin
- Harper or Brenda
- Virginia's ___ Highway
- Old Ace of Spades
- Horsley of "Guns of Paradise"
- Actor Majors or country singer Greenwood
- Mötley Crüe member
- She wrote "To Kill a Mockingbird"
- Noted ecdysiast
- U.S. Shaker sect founder
- Movie maker Spike
- Grant or Remick
- 1961 Pulitzer-winning author
- Grant of films
- Ann ___, founder of the Shakers in America
- Iacocca or Remick
- Golfer Elder
- Actress Jamie ___ Curtis
- Michele or Peggy
- Loos heroine Lorelei ___
- Actor Van Cleef
- D. S. Freeman subject
- Bernard who played "M"
- Iacocca or Majors
- A modern Grant
- Trevino of golf
- "Civil Elegies" poet
- McClellan adversary
- Grant's adversary
- Cobb of cinema
- Strasberg of the theater
- Cobb or Iacocca
- River in Cork
- Shelter, on ships
- See 44 Across
- "The G-String Murders" author
- "I'm Sorry" singer Brenda
- Majors or Myles
- Loos's Lorelei ___
- Singer Peggy or comic-book writer Stan
- Author of "To Kill a Mockingbird"
- Mr. Iacocca
- Shubert or Strasberg
- Grassy field*
- Peggy or Brenda of song
- He bestrode Traveller
- Grant or Radziwill
- Shubert or De Forest
- "The Gray Fox"
- General at Antietam
- Edgar ___ Masters
- Jamie ___ Curtis of cinema
- C.S.A. V.I.P.
- A Gypsy who rose via few clothes
- The Gentle General
- Robert E. ____
- Poe's "Annabel ___"
- Inventor De Forest
- Trevino of the links
- Marvin or Trevino
- Brenda the singer
- Marvin of movies
- Famed Virginian
- Valiant Virginian
- Confederate V.I.P.
- Civil War figure
- The quiet side
- Nautical term
- Dixie immortal
- Brenda or Peggy
- Lorelei ___, Loos woman
- Shubert of Broadway
- Shelter, nautically speaking
- Fort or Peggy
- Pinky or Peggy
- Strasberg of theater
- C.S.A. hero
- Grant or Majors
- Producer Shubert
- Appomattox figure
- Iacocca or Marvin
- Remick or Marvin
- Actor Horsley
- Confederate immortal
- Iacocca or Trevino
- Actress Meriwether
- Cobb or Trevino
- Light-Horse Harry of '76
- Appomattox signer
- Peggy or R.E.
- Lawyer Bailey's middle name
- R.E. or Peggy
- See 6 Down
- Appomattox name
- Kind of way or shore
- F.F.V. name
- Remick or Strasberg
- Grant's foe
- Peggy or Pinky
- Southern hero
- Trevino or Remick
- Loser to Grant
- Grant's opponent in the US Civil War
- Grant's rival
- Grant's enemy
- Southern general
- Name that's a homophone o
- Rebel general
- Dixie general
- Boy's name
- Out of the wind
- Grassy plain
- Villainous look
- Boy’s name
- Grassy field
- Nautical word
- Victor at Fredericksburg
- Director Ang or Spike
- Sheltered spot
- Big name in denim
- Spike on a movie set
- General at Gettysburg
- Nobody doesn't like this Sara
- Brandon, Bruce, or Brenda
- Levi's competitor
- Gettysburg loser
- Protective shelter
- Nautically sheltered
- Loser at Antietam
- "Fever" singer Peggy
- General Robert E. ____
- Common Korean surname
- Bull Run victor
- Bruce or Spike
- Spider-Man creator Stan
- Levi's alternative
- Jeans giant
- "House of the Long Shadows" actor Christopher
- "Do the Right Thing" director Spike
- "Chi-Raq" director Spike
- ''To Kill a Mockingbird'' author
- Nautical shelter
- Mr. Majors
- Kathie ___ Gifford (Hoda Kotb's coanchor on the fourth hour of "Today")
- Grant foe
- Farrah's ex
- Creator of Atticus Finch
- Bruce of kung fu films
- Appomattox also-ran
- "Go Set a Watchman" author Harper
- "Go Set a Watchman" author
- "Fever" singer
- "Do the Right Thing" director
- 'Life of Pi' director Ang
- Victor at Manassas
- Superhero creator Stan
- Spike of films
- Poe's Annabel____
- Marvin or Majors
- Levi's rival
- Finch family creator
- CSA general
- "Inside Man" director Spike
- "Halt and Catch Fire" star Pace
- "Enter the Dragon" star Bruce
- "Elementary" star Jonny ___ Miller
- "Chi-Raq" director
- ''Enter the Dragon'' star Bruce
- Spike the director
- Spike or Robert E
- Spike or Bruce
- Spike or Ang
- Singer Greenwood who performed at Trump's inauguration concert
- Shelter from the storm
- Poe's "Annabel __"
- Poe girl
- Mr. Trevino
- General Grant's foe
- Director Spike ____
- CSA VIP
- Country singer Greenwood
- Calm side
- Atticus Finch creator
- Appomattox VIP
- Ang or Spike of film
- Actor Tommy ___ Jones
- "Semi-Homemade Cooking With Sandra ___"
- "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" director
- ''Malcolm X'' director
- ''Do the Right Thing'' director
- Wrangler competition
- Victor at Cold Harbor
- Two-time U.S. Open winner Trevino
- Shelter, at sea
- Sea side?
- Popular middle name
- Peggy or Spike
- Movie director Spike
- Marvel's Stan
- Martial arts master Bruce
- Majors of "The Six Million Dollar Man"
- Majors in film
- Jeans maker
- Jack Reacher creator Child
- Incredible Hulk co-creator Stan
- Harper who wrote ". . . Mockingbird"
- Grant's counterpart
- Golfer Westwood who replaced Tiger Woods as World #1 in October 2010
- Golf great Trevino
- Gettysburg Campaign VIP
- Film director Spike or Ang
- Dracula portrayer Christopher
- CSA leader
- Confederate commander at Gettysburg
- Civil War VIP
- Civil War name
- Casual brand
- Bruce or Harper
- Boo Radley creator Harper
- Atticus Finch's creator Harper
- Area sheltered from the wind
- Appomattox signatory
- Actor Tracy
- "To Kill a Mockingbird" writer
- "To Kill a Mockingbird" novelist Harper ___
- "The Butler" director Daniels
- "Taking Woodstock" director
- "Scream Queens" actress Jamie ___ Curtis
- "Men in Black" co-star Tommy ___ Jones
- "Jungle Fever" director
- "Inside Man" director
- 'Do the Right Thing' director
- ''Inside Man'' director Spike
- X-Men co-creator Stan
- Whom Robert Frost was named for
- Virginia family
- Virginia delegate in "1776"
- TV cook Sandra ___, known for "semi-homemade" cooking
- Tommy Jones' middle
- Tommy ____ Jones
- To Kill a Mockingbird author
- Surrenderer of 1865
- Spike with an Oscar
- Spike with a screenplay Oscar
- Spike with a camera
- Spike of cinema
- Spike in production?
- Spike at Knicks games
- Spike at a Knicks game
- Spider-Man's Stan
- Spider-Man's creator, Stan
- Spider-Man co-creator Stan
- Sonic Youth guitarist Ranaldo
- Sister brand of Wrangler
- Singer Jerry ___ Lewis
- Side away from the wind
- Ship side
- Shelter from the weather
- Shakerism's Ann
- Second most common Korean surname
- Second Manassas commander
- Sara in the supermarket
- Sara everybody loves
- Ruta or Spike
- Robert E. ___ (Civil War general)
- Remick of film
- Protected side
- Popular jeans brand
- Poet Edgar __ Masters
- Poe's "Annabel ---"
- PGA golfer Westwood
- Novelist Harper ___
- Name on many waists
- Ms. Meriwether
- Mr. Marvin
- Moviemaker Spike
- Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy
- Marvin or Grant
- Majors in old television?
- Lighthorse Harry
- Levi's competition
- Jonny ___ Miller ("Elementary" star)
- Jerry ____ Lewis
- Jeans label
- Jazzy Ritenour
- Jamie ____ Curtis
- Industrialist Iacocca
- Important name in Virginia history
- Iacocca of auto fame
- He surrendered at Appomattox Court House
- Harper with a Pulitzer
- Harper or Spike
- Gray head
- Grateful Dead "Stagger ___"
- Grant's wartime adversary
- Grant's Civil War foe
- Grant's Civil War counterpart
- General who won at Fredericksburg
- General Grant's rival
- General Grant's opponent
- Geddy of Rush
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Lee \Lee\, a. (Naut.) Of or pertaining to the part or side opposite to that against which the wind blows; -- opposed to weather; as, the lee side or lee rail of a vessel.
Lee gauge. See Gauge, n. (Naut.)
Lee shore, the shore on the lee side of a vessel.
Lee tide, a tide running in the same direction that the wind blows.
On the lee beam, directly to the leeward; in a line at right angles to the length of the vessel and to the leeward.
Lee \Lee\, n.; pl. Lees (l[=e]z). [F. lie, perh. fr. L. levare
to lift up, raise. Cf. Lever.]
That which settles at the bottom, as of a cask of liquor
(esp. wine); sediment; dregs; -- used now only in the plural.
[Lees occurs also as a form of the singular.] ``The lees of
A thousand demons lurk within the lee.
The wine of life is drawn, and the mere lees
Is left this vault to brag of.
Lee \Lee\ (l[=e]), v. i.,
To lie; to speak falsely. [Obs.]
Lee \Lee\, n. [OE. lee shelter, Icel. hl[=e], akin to AS. hle['o], hle['o]w, shelter, protection, OS. hl[`e]o, D. lij lee, Sw. l["a], Dan. l[ae].]
A sheltered place; esp., a place protected from the wind by some object; the side sheltered from the wind; shelter; protection; as, the lee of a mountain, an island, or a ship.
We lurked under lee.
Desiring me to take shelter in his lee.
(Naut.) That part of the hemisphere, as one stands on shipboard, toward which the wind blows. See Lee, a.
By the lee, To bring by the lee. See under By, and Bring.
Under the lee of, on that side which is sheltered from the wind; as, to be under the lee of a ship.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English hleo "shelter, cover, defense, protection," from Proto-Germanic *khlewaz (cognates: Old Norse hle, Danish læ, Old Saxon hleo, Dutch lij "lee, shelter"). No known cognates outside Germanic; original sense uncertain and might have been "warm" (compare German lau "tepid," Old Norse hly "shelter, warmth"), which might link it to PIE *kele- (1) "warm." Nautical sense "that part of the hemisphere to which the wind is directed" (c.1400) is from the notion of the side of the ship opposite that which receives the wind as the sheltered side. As an adjective, 1510s, from the noun.
n. 1 (context sailing English) A protected cove or harbor, out of the wind. 2 (context sailing English) The side of the ship away from the wind. 3 A sheltered place, especially a place protected from the wind by some object; the side sheltered from the wind; shelter; protection.
adj. towards the side away from the wind [syn: downwind, lee(a)]
Housing Units (2000): 154
Land area (2000): 1.223230 sq. miles (3.168152 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.003405 sq. miles (0.008818 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.226635 sq. miles (3.176970 sq. km)
FIPS code: 39850
Located within: Florida (FL), FIPS 12
Location: 30.419355 N, 83.299631 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 32059
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Housing Units (2000): 125
Land area (2000): 0.222907 sq. miles (0.577326 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.222907 sq. miles (0.577326 sq. km)
FIPS code: 42587
Located within: Illinois (IL), FIPS 17
Location: 41.794240 N, 88.940951 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 60530
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Housing Units (2000): 953
Land area (2000): 1.363833 sq. miles (3.532312 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.363833 sq. miles (3.532312 sq. km)
FIPS code: 34620
Located within: Massachusetts (MA), FIPS 25
Location: 42.306929 N, 73.247351 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 01238
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Housing Units (2000): 8813
Land area (2000): 355.769587 sq. miles (921.438960 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 6.239461 sq. miles (16.160130 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 362.009048 sq. miles (937.599090 sq. km)
Located within: Georgia (GA), FIPS 13
Location: 31.745706 N, 84.178609 W
Lee County, GA
Housing Units (2000): 3321
Land area (2000): 209.859319 sq. miles (543.533117 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 1.357079 sq. miles (3.514818 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 211.216398 sq. miles (547.047935 sq. km)
Located within: Kentucky (KY), FIPS 21
Location: 37.591061 N, 83.697023 W
Lee County, KY
Housing Units (2000): 16612
Land area (2000): 517.392436 sq. miles (1340.040200 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 21.372774 sq. miles (55.355227 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 538.765210 sq. miles (1395.395427 sq. km)
Located within: Iowa (IA), FIPS 19
Location: 40.576831 N, 91.416607 W
Lee County, IA
Housing Units (2000): 14310
Land area (2000): 725.363845 sq. miles (1878.683655 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 3.922337 sq. miles (10.158806 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 729.286182 sq. miles (1888.842461 sq. km)
Located within: Illinois (IL), FIPS 17
Location: 41.774245 N, 89.352013 W
Lee County, IL
Housing Units (2000): 31887
Land area (2000): 449.588992 sq. miles (1164.430094 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 3.554216 sq. miles (9.205378 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 453.143208 sq. miles (1173.635472 sq. km)
Located within: Mississippi (MS), FIPS 28
Location: 34.276904 N, 88.682514 W
Lee County, MS
Housing Units (2000): 19909
Land area (2000): 257.261320 sq. miles (666.303731 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 2.068229 sq. miles (5.356687 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 259.329549 sq. miles (671.660418 sq. km)
Located within: North Carolina (NC), FIPS 37
Location: 35.467286 N, 79.167664 W
Lee County, NC
Housing Units (2000): 6851
Land area (2000): 628.500736 sq. miles (1627.809365 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 5.534011 sq. miles (14.333023 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 634.034747 sq. miles (1642.142388 sq. km)
Located within: Texas (TX), FIPS 48
Location: 30.272047 N, 96.947276 W
Lee County, TX
Housing Units (2000): 7670
Land area (2000): 410.298525 sq. miles (1062.668256 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 1.003945 sq. miles (2.600206 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 411.302470 sq. miles (1065.268462 sq. km)
Located within: South Carolina (SC), FIPS 45
Location: 34.185344 N, 80.265648 W
Lee County, SC
Housing Units (2000): 50329
Land area (2000): 608.710255 sq. miles (1576.552257 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 6.842925 sq. miles (17.723094 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 615.553180 sq. miles (1594.275351 sq. km)
Located within: Alabama (AL), FIPS 01
Location: 32.607485 N, 85.328947 W
Lee County, AL
Housing Units (2000): 11086
Land area (2000): 437.134769 sq. miles (1132.173806 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.182976 sq. miles (0.473905 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 437.317745 sq. miles (1132.647711 sq. km)
Located within: Virginia (VA), FIPS 51
Location: 36.737463 N, 83.097696 W
Lee County, VA
Housing Units (2000): 245405
Land area (2000): 803.630409 sq. miles (2081.393117 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 408.258598 sq. miles (1057.384871 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1211.889007 sq. miles (3138.777988 sq. km)
Located within: Florida (FL), FIPS 12
Location: 26.602541 N, 81.846262 W
Lee County, FL
Housing Units (2000): 4768
Land area (2000): 601.663481 sq. miles (1558.301195 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 17.803104 sq. miles (46.109827 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 619.466585 sq. miles (1604.411022 sq. km)
Located within: Arkansas (AR), FIPS 05
Location: 34.780126 N, 90.763960 W
Lee County, AR
Lée or Lee is a commune in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department in south-western France.
Lee is a common surname in English-speaking countries. Lee is also the 22nd-most-common in the United States during the year 2000 census, although this conflates a number of unrelated surnames with the same spelling (see below).
Lee is the typical romanization of the common South Korean surname I ( Hangul ), North Korean surname Ri . The name is written identically to the Chinese name Li 李 in Hanja characters. It is the second-most-common surname in Korea, behind only Kim.
Lee is the lava-flooded remnant of a lunar crater that lies on an inlet of the Mare Humorum, in the southwestern part of the Moon. To the east is the crater Vitello, and just to the north is the lava-flooded crater Doppelmayer.
The rim of Lee is worn and somewhat eroded, with a wide gap along the northeast where lava entered and covered the floor. The interior is relatively flat and free of significant impacts. The craterlet Lee A is attached to the exterior of the southern rim of Lee.
Lee is an American brand of denim jeans, first produced in 1889 in Salina, Kansas. The company is owned by VF Corporation, the largest apparel company in the world. Its headquarters is currently in Merriam, Kansas, just outside Kansas City, Missouri. The company states that they are an international retailer and manufacturer of casual wear and work wear and that they have more than 400 employees in the United States. In Australasia, the brand is owned by Pacific Brands since 2007, after it was acquired from Yakka.
Lee is a Tamil language film released on 16 February 2007. The film starred Sibiraj, Prakash Raj and Nila in the lead roles. The film was produced by noted actor and Sibiraj's dad, Sathyaraj and directed by Prabu Solomon. The film was successful at the Box office.
Lee is a given name derived from the English surname Lee (which is ultimately from a placename derived from Old English leah "clearing; meadow"). As the surname of Robert E. Lee (1807–1870), the name became popular in the American South after the Civil War, its popularity peaking in 1900 at rank 39 as a masculine name, and in 1955 at rank 182 as a feminine name. The name's popularity declined steadily in the second half of the 20th century, falling below rank 1000 by 1991 as a feminine name, and to 666 as of 2012 as a masculine name. In the later 20th century, it also gained some popularity in the United Kingdom, peaking among the 20 most popular boys' names during the 1970s to 1980s, but it had fallen out of the top 100 by 2001.
Lee is also a hypocoristic form of the given names Ashley, Beverly, Kimberley, and Leslie (all of which are also derived from English placenames containing -leah as a second element; with the possible exception of Leslie, which may be an anglicization of a Gaelic placename).
Lee is a river of Lower Saxony, Germany.
Lee (first name and dates unknown) was an English first-class cricketer associated with Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) who was active in the 1810s. He is recorded in one match in 1814, totalling 2 runs with a highest score of 2.
Usage examples of "lee".
Frequent mention is made of sour galls, aleppo galls, green and blue vitriol, the lees of wine, black amber, sugar, fish-glue and a host of unimportant materials as being employed in the admixture of black inks.
LEED will not yield significant results unless the surface is scrupulously clean and free from adsorbed gas.
He stood staring at Argot with a defiant leer made hideous by the terrible wound.
If Arra was right and the next opening of the gate would release more shadows into the world, Lee needed to be as far from the gate as possible-not standing underneath it chatting to the boom operator while Peter went over the reactions he wanted with Laura.
He called persistently for reinforcements, remaining inactive meanwhile, because he estimated the Confederate army before him at two hundred thousand men, and was unwilling to assail this force, under command of soldiers like Johnston and Lee, until his own force seemed adequate to the undertaking.
Ignorant, doubtless, of the extremely small force which had thus repulsed General Burnside, in all four thousand five hundred men, he feared that General Lee would cross the bridge, assail his left, and that the hard-fought day might end in disaster to his own army.
The great force of one hundred and fifty thousand men was about to make the decisive assault, when Lee attacked it, and the battle which ensued drove the Federal army to a point thirty miles from the city, with such loss as to render hopeless any further attempt to assail the capital.
As it was, General Hooker seemed to have won the prize in the race, and Lee would, apparently, be forced to assail him on his strong ground, or retire in the direction of Richmond.
Telegraph road southward, and General Sedgwick promptly advanced up the turnpike leading from Fredericksburg to Chancellorsville, to assail General Lee.
Intelligence soon reached him, however, of the magnitude of the blow aimed by Lee, and, hastily breaking up his camps on the Rappahannock, he hurried to attack the force assailing his communications.
This assault of the enemy had been of so determined a character, that General Lee, in order to relieve his left, had directed Hood and Evans, near his centre, to advance and attack the left of the assaulting column.
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Lee looked up and saw a strong middle-aged man in a black leather jacket, a beeper and a Buck knife and a cell on his belt line, with a younger white dude, also in a leather, had a cocky walk, coming toward him.
Then the woodwose stopped abruptly in the lee of a tree trunk begreened with moss.
Lee said he had left General Bonham in charge there, with about five thousand troops, but he was still concerned.