Crossword clues for lome
Lome may refer to:
- Enrique Dupuy de Lôme, a Spanish ambassador to the United States
- Henri Dupuy de Lôme, (died 1885), a French naval architect
- Lome Fa'atau, (born 1975), a New Zealand rugby union player
- Lomé, the capital and largest city of Togo
- Lome (woreda), one of the 180 woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia
- Lome, Slovenia, a dispersed settlement in the hills to the southeast of Črni Vrh in the Idrija Municipality in the Goriška region
- Dupuy de Lôme (A759), a signal and communication intelligence ship
- Dupuy de Lôme (1915), a submarine of the French Navy
- French armoured cruiser Dupuy de Lôme (1887), an armoured cruiser of the French Navy
- Lomé Convention, a trade and aid agreement between the European Union (EU) and 71 African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP) countries
- Lomé Peace Accord, a Sierra Leone peace agreement
Lomé, with a population of 837,437 (metro population 1,570,283), is the capital and largest city of Togo. Located on the Gulf of Guinea, Lomé is the country's administrative and industrial center and its chief port. The city exports coffee, cocoa, copra, and palm kernels. It also has an oil refinery.
Lome (also spelled Lume) is one of the woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Misraq Shewa Zone located in the Great Rift Valley, Lome is bordered on the south by the Koka Reservoir, on the west by Ada'a Chukala, on the northwest by Gimbichu, on the north by the Amhara Region, and on the east by Adama. Mojo is the capital of the woreda; other towns and cities include Ejere, Ejersa and Koka.
Usage examples of "lome".
The first night he sat on the stump beside his apartment, Lome had sworn in surprise to see that the face peering from the curious patrol car was that of Ben Gresham, his squad leader during the ten months and nineteen days he had carried an M60 in War Zone C.
Ben snapped, the signs of his temper obvious to Lome if not to the other policemen.
His sudden uncertainty was as obvious as the flag pin in his lapel: Lome was now a veteran, not an aging hippy.
The three northbound lanes of Jones Street, the next one west of Rankin, were not yet as clotted with cars as they would be later at night, but headlights there were a nervous darting through the houses and trees whenever Lome turned on his stump to look.
In the early evening Lome had caught her face staring at a parlor window, her muscles flat as wax.
Viet Nam, Lome had kept his death wish under control during shelling by digging in and keeping his head down.
He reached for the shift lever, looked suddenly at Lome as the slender man unclipped the shotgun.
With a strength not far from panic, Lome forced his right fist into the bubble around him.
Ben, his face blurred by the membrane holding him next to Lome, had been less fortunate.
Unexpectedly the fabric gave a little and Lome bobbed forward, bringing the flame in contact with the material sheathing Ben.
Another lurch and Lome had slipped twenty feet, still gripped around the waist in a sack of blue membrane.
Head-sized chunks of Tennessee-stone smashed at the patrol car, one of them missing Lome by inches.
The implosion dragged Lome off his feet and sucked in the flames so suddenly that all sound seemed frozen.
The vicar, the Reverend Geoffrey Huntley, having christened the boy Lome McGill Harte Fairley, was now preparing to baptize the girl, who was to be named Tessa.
The shares which I am leaving to Lome and Tessa are not in a separate trust but in their overall trust fund, into which I have placed many other shares from my different holdings.