Crossword clues for len
- Deighton of spy thrillers
- Dawson or Dykstra
- Dawson of the NFL
- Cariou, for one
- Cariou or Asper
- Cariou of TV's "Blue Bloods"
- Cariou of the stage
- "Steal My Sunshine" one-hit wonders
- "Blood, Tears and Folly" author Deighton
- "Billion Dollar Brain" novelist Deighton
- "Berlin Game" author Deighton
- '50s-'60s pop singer Barry
- Wiseman who directed the 2012 remake "Total Recall"
- Wiseman who directed the "Underworld" movies
- Wiseman directing the "Total Recall" remake
- Twenty-season "Dancing with the Stars" judge Goodman
- Tony-winning Sweeney portrayer Cariou
- Tony winner as Sweeney
- Thriller author's first name
- Sweeney portrayer Cariou
- Super Bowl MVP Dawson in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
- Super Bowl IV MVP ___ Dawson
- Super Bowl great Dawson
- Stage great Cariou
- Stage actor Cariou
- Spy-novel author Deighton
- Spy-fi author Deighton
- Spy thriller author Deighton
- Spy novelist's prename
- Spy novel writer Deighton
- Son of Izzie
- Reality TV judge Goodman
- Reality judge Goodman
- Pro Football Hall of Famer Dawson
- Pitcher Barker who threw a perfect game in 1981
- Original Sweeney portrayer on Broadway
- One-hit wonders with the 1999 hit "Steal My Sunshine"
- Name in the middle of "middle names"
- Mr. Cariou
- Literary Deighton
- Lesser who played Seinfeld's Uncle Leo
- Legendary quarterback Dawson
- Legendary QB Dawson
- Kansas City football broadcaster Dawson
- Kansas City football analyst Dawson
- Judge on BBC's "Strictly Come Dancing" (2004-2016)
- He sits next to Bruno on "Dancing with the Stars"
- He played Sweeney on Broadway
- He directed Colin in "Total Recall"
- Goodman who serves as head judge on both "Dancing With the Stars" and its fancy U.K. counterpart, "Strictly Come Dancing"
- Goodman on "Dancing With the Stars"
- Goodman of "Dancing with the Stars"
- Funeral in Berlin author Deighton
- Former "Inside the NFL" host Dawson
- Football QB Dawson
- Football player Dawson
- Film director Wiseman
- Ex-QB Dawson
- Ex-Chief Dawson
- ESPN's Berman
- Espionage novelist Deighton
- Director Wiseman
- Deighton, Berman or Dawson
- Deighton who wrote "Goodbye, Mickey Mouse"
- Deighton of thrillers
- Deighton of fiction writing
- Dawson, Dykstra or Deighton
- Dawson or Barker of sports
- Dawson on the gridiron
- Dawson in the first Super Bowl
- Dawson in pro football's Hall of Fame
- Dance judge Goodman
- Comic book designer Wein who co-created Wolverine
- College basketball TV analyst Elmore
- College basketball star Bias
- Cohen, to friends
- Chiefs quarterback Dawson in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
- Character actor Lesser on "Seinfeld"
- Cariou or Berman
- Cariou of film
- Cariou of 'Sweeney Todd'
- Cariou of 'Applause'
- Cariou of ''Sweeney Todd''
- Cariou in "The Four Seasons"
- Cariou of Broadway
- Cariou of Sweeney Todd
- Cager Bias
- Broadway Cariou
- British author Deighton
- Billionaire Blavatnik
- Bias or Deighton
- Bias of college sports lore
- Bernstein to pals
- Berman in sportcasting
- Basketball phenom Bias who OD'ed two days after being drafted
- Barry or Deighton
- Asper or Cariou, familiarly
- Annual winter/spring observance
- Actor Lesser who played Uncle Leo on "Seinfeld"
- Actor Cariou, to pals
- Actor Cariou, for one
- Action flick director Wiseman
- Action film director Wiseman
- Action director Wiseman
- "XPD" author Deighton
- "Total Recall" remake director Wiseman
- "Total Recall" (2012) director Wiseman
- "The Ipcress File" novelist Deighton
- "The Billion Dollar Brain" novelist Deighton
- "Sweeney Todd" Tony winner Cariou
- "Steal My Sunshine" brother-sister duo
- "Spy Sinker" author Deighton
- "Spanning the World" author Berman
- "Seinfeld" actor Lesser
- "Mexico Set" author Deighton
- "Making A Murderer" attorney Kachinsky
- "Ipcress File" author Deighton
- "Goodbye, Mickey Mouse" writer Deighton
- "Funeral in Berlin" writer Deighton
- "Dancing With the Stars" panel name
- "Berlin Game," "Mexico Set," and "London Match" author Deighton
- "10 from ___" (great score from one of the "Dancing With the Stars" judges)
- 'Total Recall' director Wiseman
- 'Dancing With the Stars' judge Goodman
- '90s National League president Coleman
- '90s N.L. president Coleman
- ___ Wiseman, director of "Total Recall"
- ___ Lesser, player of Uncle Leo on "Seinfeld"
- ___ Grossman (Tom Cruise character in "Tropic Thunder")
- ___ Goodman, longtime judge on "Dancing With the Stars"
- Aid to vision
- Camera cover
- Aperture protector
- "Dancing With the Stars" judge Goodman
- Actor Cariou of "Blue Bloods"
- Deighton or Dawson
- Super Bowl QB Dawson
- Dawson of football fame
- Football Hall of Famer Dawson
- Writer Deighton (3)
- "1-2-3" singer Barry
- 50's-60's pop vocalist ___ Barry
- Mystery writer Deighton
- Football Hall-of-Famer Ford
- "The Ipcress File" author Deighton
- Baseball's Dykstra
- Sportscaster Berman, novelist Deighton, or quarterback Dawson
- Spy novelist Deighton or "Blue Bloods" actor Cariou
- 60's singer Barry
- Novelist Deighton
- Football Hall-of-Famer Dawson
- 1970 Super Bowl M.V.P. Dawson
- Gridder Dawson
- Basketball's ___ Elmore
- Gridiron great Dawson
- Author Deighton
- Football great Dawson
- Barry who sang "1-2-3"
- Football's Dawson
- Grid Hall-of-Famer Dawson
- Elmore of the N.B.A.
- Early recording star Spencer
- Golfer Mattiace
- Cariou of "Sweeney Todd"
- Elmore of basketball
- Cariou of Broadway's "Sweeney Todd"
- QB Dawson
- Quarterback Dawson
- Grid great Dawson
- Gridiron great Ford
- Hall of Fame QB Dawson
- N.F.L. Hall-of-Famer Ford
- ___ Barry, with the 1965 hit "1-2-3"
- "Live Free or Die Hard" director Wiseman
- ESPN analyst Pasquarelli
- Footballer Ford
- Barker of the Cleveland Indians who pitched a perfect game in 1981
- Hall-of-Famer Dawson
- Perfect-game pitcher Barker
- Wiseman who directed "Live Free or Die Hard"
- Singer Barry
- Hall-of-Fame QB Dawson
- Barker who pitched a perfect game in 1981
- Super Bowl IV M.V.P. Dawson
- Sports anchor Berman
- Tony winner Cariou
- Dawson who played in Super Bowl I
- Sportswriter Pasquarelli
- N.F.L. Hall-of-Famer Dawson
- Business bigwig Blavatnik
- "Total Recall" director Wiseman
- Cariou who played Sweeney Todd on Broadway
- Longtime leader in late-night
- Judge Goodman of "Dancing With the Stars"
- Basketball analyst Elmore
- Dawson or Deighton
- Cariou of B'way
- Dykstra of baseball
- Broadway's Cariou
- Cariou from Canada
- Dawson of gridiron fame
- Super Bowl M.V.P. Dawson
- Dawson of N.F.L. fame
- Gridiron's Dawson
- Cariou or Dawson
- Deighton or Cariou
- ___ Dykstra, former Met
- Ex-quarterback Dawson
- Dykstra of the Mets
- Bernstein, to friends
- Cariou or Deighton
- Deighton or Dykstra
- Dawson of A.F.C. fame
- Little Leonard
- Bernstein nickname
- Sports announcer Berman
- Nimoy, to friends
- Boy embraced by Little Nell
- Secluded valley
- Man's nickname
- Boy’s name
- "The Ipcress File" writer Deighton
- Cariou of "Blue Bloods"
- Hall of Fame quarterback Dawson
- Thriller author Deighton
- Cariou of 'Blue Bloods'
- "Funeral in Berlin" novelist Deighton
- "Blue Bloods" actor Cariou
- "Yesterday's Spy" author Deighton
- Super Bowl IV MVP Dawson
- Man’s nickname
- Cariou of "Madame X"
- "Underworld" director Wiseman
- "Steal My Sunshine" band
- "Funeral in Berlin" author Deighton
- Deighton of spy books
- TV dancing judge Goodman
- Spy author Deighton
- Quarterback great Dawson
- NFL Hall-of-Famer Dawson
- Leonard, familiarly
- Jay once seen at night
- Deighton who wrote "The IPCRESS File"
- Deighton of spy-fi
- Dawson or Cariou
- Dawson of footballl fame
- Dawson in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
- Cariou with a Tony
- Broadway's first Sweeney
- Bias who died young
- Berman the sportscaster
- "London Match" author Deighton
- Thriller writer Deighton
- Spy thriller writer Deighton
- Seinfeld's Uncle Leo portrayer __ Lesser
- NFL Hall of Famer Dawson
- Mystery novelist Deighton
- Lesser who was Uncle Leo on "Seinfeld"
- Harry Palmer creator Deighton
- Gridiron Hall of Famer Dawson
- Former NFL quarterback Dawson
- Former Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Dawson
- Dykstra who played baseball
- Dykstra or Cariou
- Deighton who wrote the "Hook, Line and Sinker" trilogy
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In Irish mythology, Lén was the craftsman of Síd Buidb, the ' sídhe of Bodb'. The son of Ban Bolgach son of Bannach, he was said to reside under a lake near Killarney named Loch Léin after him. The Dindsenchas relate that Loch Léin was where he would make bright vessels for Fand the Long-Haired, the daughter of Flidais. Every night, after finishing his work, it is written that he used to fling his anvil away to a nearby hill called the Indeoin na nDési or 'Anvil of the Dési' and the showers that came from the back of the hill were said to be pearls off his anvil as it was flung. Whether the name Lén can be philologically related to the Romano-Celtic god Lenus is disputable. While the meaning of the name is uncertain, the Old Irish words lén 'defeat, misfortune' and lénaid 'injure, wound' and the Welsh llwyn 'grove, bush, shrub' may offer some basis for comparison.
Ligue Européenne de Natation or LEN (trans: European Swimming League) is the European governing body for aquatic sports affiliated to FINA—it is the Continental Association for Europe. It was formally organized in 1927 in Bologna, Italy, and since 2015 is headquartered in Nyon.
LEN comprises 52 national swimming federations in Europe, and includes Israel which for Olympic-sport purposes is grouped with Europe. LEN is overseen by an elected Bureau (board) composed of Members representing 17 different Federations. LEN oversees aquatic sports in Europe: diving, swimming, open water swimming, synchronized swimming and water polo.
Len is a Canadian alternative rock group from Toronto. They are best known as a one-hit wonder for their 1999 song " Steal My Sunshine". Len was never able to repeat the success of "Steal My Sunshine", but continued to put out albums until 2005 before a seven-year hiatus.
The band consisted of siblings Marc Costanzo (vocals, guitar) and Sharon Costanzo (vocals, bass) and a revolving lineup of other musicians. During the height of their popularity, the band's lineup included Brendan Canning, who co-founded the indie rock band Broken Social Scene shortly after leaving Len.
In computer programs, len is the name of one of the major string functions. It stands for length, and returns the length of a specific string. Many common programming languages operate on strings using string functions.
It is named len in the language BASIC and its derivatives such as Visual Basic. It is named strlen in the language C and its derivatives such as PHP. In some other languages, the full word length is written out as the name of the function. For other languages see Comparison of programming languages (string functions).
Usage examples of "len".
The next morning he had her up at daybreak to see a school of jellyfish, the shiny, throbbing bodies abob in blue water as far as the lens of a telescope would encompass.
Lord Ado has seen my bank balance, thanks to your dear friend and servant, Len.
Gently, precisely, a little aimlessly, he moved the specimen so that the edge of the drop was under his lens.
Game, and since all the hardware required for everything from aphotic to apochromatic lens work were and are right there in the lab off the Comm.
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Thanks to the journalists who were onto Bill Hicks first: Len Belzer, Michael Barnes, Jack Boulware, Bill Brownstein, Lawrence Christon, Michael Corcoran, Bob Daily, Frank DiGiacomo, Robert Faires, Allan Johnson, Gerald Nachman, Mike Sager, Edith Sorenson, Michael Spies, Ernest Tucker, and Rick Vanderknyff.
Angelo and I were grinning and Chubby was scowling horrifically into the lens.
Some of the practitioners were willing to concede the possibility that the ciliary muscles did, in addition, change to some extent the shape of the lens.
Some of the practitioners were willing to concede the possibility that the ciliary muscles did, in addition, change to some , extent the shape of the lens.
While the greater portion of the eyeball is concerned in the focusing of light, the crystalline lens, operated by the ciliary muscle, serves as the special instrument of accommodation.
Show how the iris, the crystalline lens, the retina, the ciliary muscle, and the cornea aid in seeing.
Xerox needed to make its own toner, its own copier, its own light lens, and its own feeding and sorting subsystems in order to deliver high-volume, high-quality xerography to its customers.
Matching of Hues -- Purity and Luminosity of Colours -- Matching Bright Hues -- Aid of Tinted Films -- Matching Difficulties Arising from Contrast -- Examination of Colours by Reflected and Transmitted Lights -- Effect of Lustre and Transparency of Fibres in Colour Matching -- Matching of Colours on Velvet Pile -- Optical Properties of Dye-stuffs, Dichroism, Fluorescence -- Use of Tinted Mediums -- Orange Film -- Defects of the Eye -- Yellowing of the Lens -- Colour Blindness, etc.
There were tiny flashes of light from the darkness, and Diddy remembered tensely that Yevd communicated with each other by light beams and light energies that operated directly from a complex interrelation of organic prisms, lens, mirrors, and cell transformers.
It could do no possible harm, since it was almost inconceivable that the Eich could be made to believe that any ordinary agent could have penetrated so far, and the fact should not be revealed to the foe that any Lensman could work without his Lens.