Housing Units (2000): 139
Land area (2000): 0.376205 sq. miles (0.974367 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.376205 sq. miles (0.974367 sq. km)
FIPS code: 39670
Located within: Arkansas (AR), FIPS 05
Location: 34.597528 N, 90.750430 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 72355
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Lexa may refer to:
- Lexa, Arkansas, a city in Phillips County, United States
- Repressor lexA
Lexa is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
- František Lexa (1876-1960), Czechoslovakian Egyptologist
- Stefan Lexa (born 1976), Austrian football (soccer) player
- Ivan Lexa (born 1961), Slovak politician and former head of the Secret Service
- Lexa Doig (born 1973), Canadian actress
- Lexa Pierce, character in the television series Mutant X
- Lexa, the commander of the grounder clans in the TV series The 100
Léa Cristina Lexa Araújo (born February 22, 1995) better known by her stage name Lexa, is a Brazilian singer, songwriter and dancer. Her first single, the "Posso Ser" song, was released in December 2014. This song is part of the EP of the same title released by Lexa in March 2015 and disclosed as a preview of his first studio album. In September 2015, the singer released her debut album, titled Disponível.
Lexa is a fictional character from the American post-apocalyptic science fiction television series The 100 on The CW. A recurring character, she does not appear in the books on which the series is based, and is portrayed by Alycia Debnam-Carey. The commander of the allied Grounder clans, Lexa is proven to be a reasonable and strong leader. She considers love a weakness, a view significantly impacted by the death of her girlfriend, Costia. Though she starts to show romantic feelings for Clarke Griffin (leader of the Sky People), and takes Clarke's views into consideration, she puts her people first, including at the expense of losing Clarke's trust.
Lexa has been well received by critics and fans, who consider her to be one of the show's more interesting and complex characters. She has been a source of frequent debate, including with regard to how she was written off the series. Her relationship with Clarke, which was viewed as compelling, significantly impacted the LGBT community, with many embracing it as a positive or tumultuous depiction of friendship, love and betrayal, and also criticizing it for being unnecessarily tragic.
Usage examples of "lexa".
It reminded her of the growl of a fierce lexa beast when it resented the tameness that befell it when offered a balum fruit.
The lexa could not resist the tempting fruit that grew high on branches, so far out of its reach.
Seeing as how the squabble between Laggi and Lexa had run out of steam, she sidled over to the presently unoccupied cosmic quartet of wrong-righters to doublecheck her conclusions.
While Lexa merely dematerialized and Laggi soared into the ship under her own power, Bongo and Captain Hamster shinnied up hand-over-hand and paw-over-paw in less time than it would take to please the most autocratic of seventh-grade gym teachers.