Crossword clues for mel
- Brooks who has won an Oscar, Emmy, Grammy and Tony
- "Alice" diner owner
- With 67-Down, Polo Grounds star
- ___ Blanc, the so-called "Man of 1,000 Voices"
- With 49-Down, singer with the autobiography "It Wasn't All Velvet"
- Brooks of "Spaceballs"
- Slugger's first name
- Krusty's sidekick on "The Simpsons"
- Former Florida senator Martinez
- Blanc who voiced Daffy Duck
- Country singer Tillis
- Comical Brooks
- Gibson who directed "The Passion of the Christ"
- Former senator and R.N.C. head Martinez
- Brooks or Ferrer
- Actor Ferrer
- Alice's boss on TV
- Brooks or Tillis
- Blanc of many voices
- Diner man of TV
- Allen or Brooks
- Comedian Brooks
- Ferrer or Brooks
- Tillis or Gibson
- Unit of tone pitch
- Alice's boss on "Alice"
- N.F.L.'s Blount
- Pam Tillis's pop
- Ott or Brooks
- Ferrer or Tillis
- Ferrer or Allen
- Torme or Tillis
- Ott or Tormé
- Honey, in pharmacy
- Ferrer or Tormé
- Brooks or Ott
- Ott of Polo Grounds fame
- Announcer Allen
- Film producer Brooks
- Brooks of films
- Brooks of filmdom
- Ferrer or Torme
- Allen or Torme
- Owner of Alice's workplace
- "This Week in Baseball" host Allen
- Tormé or Ferrer
- Allen or Ott
- Ott or Allen
- Alice's TV boss
- Tormé or Brooks
- Horace's honey
- Actor Brooks
- Brooks or Allen
- Country singer McDaniel
- Singer Tillis
- Bugs's voice
- Ott or Gibson
- Gibson, e.g.
- Actor Gibson
- Harris of "thirty-something"
- Funnyman Brooks
- McDaniel of C&W
- Oscar-winning Gibson
- Director Brooks
- Sportscaster Allen
- Football Hall-of-Famer Blount
- Danny's "Lethal" co-star
- "Braveheart" star Gibson
- Blanc who was the voice of Bugs Bunny
- With 104-Across, former voice of "This Week in Baseball"
- Either of two Spice Girls
- Football Hall-of-Famer Hein
- Spice Girl ___ B or C
- Brooks of "The Producers"
- Blount in the N.F.L. Hall of Fame
- Ott of the Polo Grounds
- Owner of Alice's restaurant
- Radio executive Karmazin
- Harris of Hollywood
- TV boss of Flo and Alice
- Blanc who voiced Bugs Bunny
- Brooks of comedy
- Gibson who was People magazine's first Sexiest Man Alive
- Famous-voiced Blanc
- ___ Blount in the Football Hall of Fame
- Tillis who sang "I Ain't Never"
- Brooks of Broadway
- Alice's sitcom boss
- Ott of the Giants
- Honey, in prescriptions
- TV diner owner
- Gibson of "Braveheart"
- Blanc who voiced Porky Pig
- ___ B or ___ C of the Spice Girls
- Florida senator Martinez
- Ferrer of "Lili"
- Former Yankee pitcher and coach Stottlemyre
- Brooks or Blanc
- TV diner employer of 9-Down
- Man's name that's Latin for "honey"
- Gibson of "The Beaver"
- "The Producers" producer Brooks
- Sitcom cook who said "Stow it!"
- Tillis or TormГ©
- Gibson or Brooks
- Allen of play-by-play
- TV diner boss
- Blanc or Brooks
- Singer TormГ©
Mel, Mels or MEL may refer to:
Mel can be the abbreviated version of the given names Melvyn, Melvin, Melanie, Melina, Melinda, Melissa, Melody, Melitta, Melchior or Melville. It is also a standalone name from the GaelicMaol, meaning bald; this was used to refer to tonsured men to mean servant, as in "Maol-Iosa" - Servant of Jesus.
Mel is a 1998 film directed by Joey Travolta, starring Ernest Borgnine, Julie Hagerty and Greg Evigan.
Mel is a studio album by Brazilian singer Maria Bethânia, released in 1979.
Mel is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Mele Mel (born Melvin Glover in 1961), hip-hop musician and songwriter
- Pepe Mel (born 1963), Spanish retired footballer and current manager of Real Betis
- Ashantha de Mel (born 1959), Sri Lankan former cricketer
- Henry De Mel (1877–1936), Ceylonese industrialist and politician
- Lakdasa De Mel, first Bishop of Kurunegala, Sri Lanka, and son of Henry De Mel
- Ronnie de Mel, Sri Lankan politician and civil servant
- Royce de Mel, first Sri Lankan commander of the Sri Lanka Navy
- Ruby de Mel (died 2004), Sri Lankan actress
- Samantha de Mel (born 1965), Sri Lankan-born Italian former cricketer
- Rinaldo del Mel (probably 1554 – c. 1598), Franco-Flemish composer
Usage examples of "mel".
Over the next few days, Ronnie Bucca and Mel Hazel treated the Refai investigation like a federal case.
Mel was the eschatological counselor of the Cozzano clan, drafter of wills, executor of estates, godfather of children, and if the whole world turned to decadence and strife one day and civilization collapsed, and Dad were trapped on a hilltop surrounded by the heathen, Mel would shoot himself in the head so that Dad could use his corpse as a rampart.
She glanced around, at Paitor and the captain, at Dyk and Khat and Mel.
Seeli only nodded and pointed at the empty chair between Mel and Paitor, which seat Khat took with a fair amount of trepidation.
Mel walked onto the executive mezzanine which ran the length of the main terminal building.
Few among the eighty thousand or so air travelers who thronged the terminal daily ever glanced up at the executive mezzanine, and fewer still were aware of Mel tonight, high above them, looking down.
Still amused, Mel turned away from the mezzanine rail and headed for the staff elevator.
Mel spoke again, shortly, and then Siron for some while, a dignified pleading, mixed with some anger and much grief, until Mel cut her short with one flat sentence.
Mel heard it she might be hurt, and she gave the humourist a second, frowning look.
After four childless years of marriage Ruth and Mel have become procreative partisans in the clash between will and womb.
Mel gave a little gasp and looked quickly down at her left foot, small, neat, sandled in soft leather.
Her comment was brief, but scatological and she glared at Mel as Jack took the opportunity to retreat, tugging at his tie as he disappeared inside.
As Mel raised her eyes to heaven and breathed in the warm scent of the tropical night folding itself about her, alive with the stridulating of a million unseen tiny insects singing in the darkness, she did at last manage a smile.
Mel Cooper had just spoken with, William Ashberry, the director of the foundation and a senior executive at Sanford Bank and Trust, which owned the nonprofit organization.
Then me, Denster, and Elana spend the hours before dawn filling mail packages with audiocassettes, paper printouts, disks, and Mel seals.