Crossword clues for lura
Lura, born Maria de Lurdes Assunção Pina (born July 31, 1975 in Lisbon, Portugal) is a Portuguese singer and musician, of Cape Verdean descent. Her compositions are based on traditional Cape-Verdean music as for example the Morna, Funaná and Batuque, and influenced by African and contemporary Western music.
Usage examples of "lura".
Most significant was, first, the spread of the bow from central Asia, via Islam and Byzantium, where the rabab and lura were played with a one- or two-stringed bow by the tenth century.
But since Lura herself, even unto death, contradicts them, sincerely believing that she is a noble being from an advanced civilization, they fail, she is martyred, and the Transformationalists have no pragmatic choice but to turn her into the legend that successfully puts the seal on the great Transformation.
The Ba Lura, wearing a station employee uniform and some badly applied false hair, lumbered into our pod as soon as the lock cycled open, and reached, we thought, for a weapon.
Lura showed no inclination to follow any trail the unknown hunter might have left and Fors did not suggest it to her.
Who were not the palace eunuchs they seemed, but rather some sort of incredibly valuable in-house science projects--the late Ba Lura might be better than half-sibling to Giaja himself, for all Miles knew.
Who were not the palace eunuchs they seemed, but rather some sort of incredibly valuable in-house science projects—the late Ba Lura might be better than half-sibling to Giaja himself, for all Miles knew.
He had no desire at all to watch Lura thrash out her life pinned to the hard earth by one of those murderous lances.