Crossword clues for nora
- Actress Dunn
- "You've Got Mail" director's first name
- "I Feel Bad About My Neck" author Ephron
- "Bringing Up Father" girl
- "A Doll's House" lead
- ____, Saskatchewan
- __ Barnacle, wife of James Joyce
- Writer/filmmaker Ephron
- Wife of the Thin Man
- Wife of "Thin Man"
- Wife in a Hammett whodunit
- Wife in "The Thin Man"
- Wife in ''A Doll's House''
- Vaudeville entertainer Bayes
- Tom and Meg's "Sleepless in Seattle" director
- Three-time Oscar nominee Ephron
- SNL alumna Dunn
- Singer Bayes
- She directed Tom and Meg in "You've Got Mail"
- She directed Tom and Meg in "Sleepless in Seattle"
- She directed Meg as Sally
- Scriptwriter Ephron
- Screen role for Myrna
- Rom-com filmmaker Ephron
- Roberts with over 200 novels
- Roberts with more than 200 novels under her belt
- Roberts who has written 225+ romance novels
- Roberts or Ephron of writing
- Roberts in the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame
- Roberts in the Romance Writers Hall of Fame
- Rita Award winner Roberts
- Resident of a doll house
- Recurrent film role for Myrna
- Radio reporter Raum
- Protagonist of the YA book "Hush, Hush"
- One of Hammett's Charleses
- NPR reporter Raum
- NPR newscaster Raum
- Nick's wife in 'The Thin Man'
- Nick's partner in crime-solving
- Nick's partner
- Nick's love
- Nick's film mate of old
- Nick's film mate
- Nick's crime-solving partner
- Nick and --- Charles
- Name on the cover of "Midnight Bayou"
- Name derived from "honor"
- Mystery writer, ____ Kelly
- Myrna's role in the "Thin Man" movies
- Myrna's "Thin Man" role
- Myrna Loy role in "Thin Man"
- Mrs. Charles of mysteries
- Maeterlink heroine
- Lauren Bacall's "Key Largo" role
- Late screenwriter Ephron
- Late "You've Got Mail" screenwriter Ephron
- Kaye of ballet
- James Joyce's wife
- Ibsen's Mrs. Helmer
- Ibsen's Helmer
- Ibsen doll
- Heroine of "The Doll's House."
- Half a fictional detecting pair
- Ephron who wrote the screenplay for "When Harry Met Sally ..."
- Ephron who wrote and directed "Julie & Julia"
- Ephron who wrote "Sleepless in Seattle"
- Ephron who helped write "All the President's Men" and knew the identity of Deep Throat way before anyone else
- Ephron who co-wrote and directed "Sleepless in Seattle"
- Emmy-winning role for Sally on Brothers & Sisters
- Dunn who played Babette on SNL
- Dunn of "Three Kings"
- Dunn of "SNL"
- Dunn formerly of "SNL"
- Doll's house dweller
- Dog-owner Charles
- Director/author Ephron
- Director of Nicole in "Bewitched"
- Creator of the film characters Harry and Sally
- Comedy Central's "Awkwafina Is ___ From Queens"
- Comedienne Dunn
- Colm Toibin's "__ Webster"
- Co-owner of Asta
- Choreographer Chipaumire
- Charles solving mysteries
- Charles of old mysteries
- Charles from a Dashiell Hammett novel
- Brenda Maddox book about James Joyce's wife
- Best-selling romance novelist Roberts
- Best-selling romance author Roberts
- Bayes of stage
- Barnacle who was married to James Joyce
- Barnacle who married James Joyce
- Ballerina Kaye
- Asta's lady
- Asta's "mom"
- Asta master
- Actress Swinburne
- Actress Bayes
- Actress Arnezeder of "Zoo" and "Mozart in the Jungle"
- A fictional Charles
- A Doll's Househeroine
- 2000 biopic about James Joyce's wife
- 2000 biopic about James Joyce's love
- "You've Got Mail" writer Ephron
- "Year One" novelist Roberts
- "Year One" author Roberts
- "Thin Man" wife
- "The Pagan Stone" author Roberts
- "SNL" alum Dunn
- "Saturday Night Live" alum Dunn
- "Noisy ___" (Rosemary Wells picture book)
- "Midnight Bayou" author Roberts
- "Lucky Numbers" director Ephron
- "Julie & Julia" screenwriter Ephron
- "Himself and ___" (musical about James Joyce and his muse)
- "High Noon" author Roberts
- "Doll" of a drama
- "Brothers & Sisters" matriarch
- "Blue Smoke" writer Roberts
- "Blood Magick" writer Roberts
- "Bewitched" director Ephron
- "Awkwafina Is ___ From Queens"
- "Always Becoming" artist ___ Naranjo Morse
- "A Doll's House" role
- "A Doll's House" mother
- "A Doll's House" housewife
- "A Doll's House "character
- ". . . borrower __ lender be"
- ". . . --- lender be"
- "___ From Queens," comedy series co-created by Awkwafina
- 'You've Got Mail' director Ephron
- 'The Thin Man' role
- 'The Thin Man' heroine
- 'Mixed Nuts' director Ephron
- ''SNL'' alumna Dunn
- ''Heartburn'' screenwriter Ephron
- ''Bringing Up Father'' girl
- ''A Doll's House'' protagonist
- ''A Doll's House'' character
- ____ Lane (Thirties oater actress)
- ___ Walker (Sally Field's role on "Brothers & Sisters")
- ___ Lum, a.k.a. actress/comedian Awkwafina
- ___ Helmer of "A Doll's House"
- ___ Grey (protagonist of "Hush, Hush" books)
- Romance novelist Roberts who writes mysteries as J.D. Robb
- _____ Barnacle (Mrs. James Joyce)
- "A Doll's House" heroine
- One of Asta's masters
- Role for Myrna
- Writer Ephron or Roberts
- Mrs. Charles in "The Thin Man"
- Bayes who sang "Over There"
- Nick and ___ Charles of "The Thin Man"
- Nick's "Thin Man" wife
- Asta's mistress
- Half of a 1934 M-G-M couple
- Ibsen heroine
- Ibsen's "doll"
- Vaudeville singer Bayes
- Myrna played her
- Nick's wife in "The Thin Man"
- Bayes who sang "Shine On, Harvest Moon"
- "Heartburn" author Ephron
- Ibsen doll?
- Kaye of ballet fame
- Mrs. James Joyce
- One of Asta's owners
- Best-selling author Roberts
- Delia's literary sister
- ___ Bayes, who co-wrote "Shine On, Harvest Moon"
- Nick Charles's wife
- 19-Across's sister
- "A Doll's House" wife
- "The Thin Man" wife
- "The Thin Man" role
- Author Ephron or Roberts
- Daughter of Maggie and Jiggs
- Comic Dunn formerly of "S.N.L."
- Witty Ephron
- Charles of mysteries
- "The Thin Man" detective
- ___ Roberts, first inductee into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame
- Bayes who sang and co-wrote "Shine On, Harvest Moon"
- Doll in "A Doll's House"
- Ibsen's ___ Helmer
- Romance writer Roberts who has published over 200 books
- Director Ephron or novelist Roberts
- Nick's partner in "The Thin Man"
- The "doll" in Ibsen's "A Doll's House"
- Writer/director Ephron
- ___ Barnacle, James Joyce's wife and muse
- Ephron who wrote "When Harry Met Sally"
- Dunn formerly of "S.N.L."
- Gumshoe Charles
- "When Harry Met Sally ..." screenwriter Ephron
- Screenwriter Ephron
- "When Harry Met Sally ..." writer Ephron
- Hammett heroine
- Liberated Ibsen heroine
- Comedienne Dunn of TV
- Nick's spouse, in film
- Myrna Loy role in a series
- Wife of Nick Charles
- Bayes or Charles
- "A Doll's House" inhabitant
- Mrs. Helmer of "A Doll's House"
- "Heartburn" writer Ephron
- Myrna Loy role in ''The Thin Man''
- Singer Bayes: 1880–1928
- Jiggs's daughter
- " . . . borrower ___ lender be"
- Ephron or Charles
- "Neither a borrower, ___ lender be"
- Torvald Helmer's wife
- Liberated fictional wife
- Ibsen character
- Ephron or Helmer
- Ibsen's liberated woman
- Charles or Helmer
- A Charles
- Doll of "A Doll's House"
- Nick Charles's love
- Jiggs and Maggie's daughter
- Ibsen girl
- Mrs. Nick Charles
- Ms. Ephron
- Nick's helpmate
- Loy role
- " . . . ___ lender be": Shak.
- A literary Ephron
- Never an artist, this girl?
- Girl's name
- "Sleepless in Seattle" director Ephron
- Singer Jones
- Novelist Ephron
- "... ___ lender be"
- "You've Got Mail" director Ephron
- "Julie & Julia" director Ephron
- Nick Charles' wife
- Miss Bayes
- Charles looking for clues
- Author Roberts who wrote the 2016 best seller "The Obsession"
- "Heartburn" novelist Ephron
- "A Doll's House" protagonist
- ". . . ___ lender be"
- Wife in "A Doll's House"
- Six-time role for Myrna
- Prolific romance writer Roberts
- Ibsen role
- Ephron or Roberts
- "The Thin Man" character
- 'A Doll's House' heroine
- Torvald's wife, in "A Doll's House"
- Torvald's wife in "A Doll's House"
- Tom and Meg's "You've Got Mail" director
- Romance author Roberts
- Roberts of romance
- Novelist Roberts
- Nick's wife, in whodunits
- Myrna's role in "The Thin Man"
- Ibsen protagonist
- Film director Ephron
- Dunn or Ephron
- Dashiell detective
- "Silkwood" screenwriter Ephron
- "Michael" director Ephron
- "Lucky Guy" playwright Ephron
- "... borrower ___ lender be"
- ''Sleepless in Seattle'' director Ephron
- ''A Doll's House'' heroine
- Writer Roberts
- Writer / director Ephron
- She wrote about Harry and Sally
- She walked Asta
- One of Asta's feeders
- Nick's wealthy spouse
- Nick's "The Thin Man" wife
- Meg's ''You've Got Mail'' director
- Late Ephron
- Jiggs' daughter
- Ibsen's doll
- First name among film directors
- Filmmaker Ephron
- Fictional Charles
- Director/writer Ephron
- Best-selling novelist Roberts
- Author/director Ephron
- Asta's owner
- Asta's film mistress
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
fem. proper name, Irish, shortened from Honora or Leonora.
Housing Units (2000): 10
Land area (2000): 0.380231 sq. miles (0.984794 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.380231 sq. miles (0.984794 sq. km)
FIPS code: 34545
Located within: Nebraska (NE), FIPS 31
Location: 40.162352 N, 97.969997 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 68961
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Housing Units (2000): 61
Land area (2000): 0.905981 sq. miles (2.346481 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.905981 sq. miles (2.346481 sq. km)
FIPS code: 53195
Located within: Illinois (IL), FIPS 17
Location: 42.456072 N, 89.945113 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Nora or Norah may refer to:
- Nora (name), English, Irish and Hungarian feminine given name
Nora is a metalcore band from Highland Park, New Jersey. The band took its name from Nora Diniro, a character from the film Pump Up the Volume.
Central New Jersey melodic hardcore mavens Nora began as a group of friends in 1996, and all these years later not much has changed. After releasing the Kill You For A Dollar EP and a split CDEP with the Dillinger Escape Plan through Ferret Records, the band moved over to Trustkill Records in 1999 and issued another EP, called Neverendingyouline. Following this EP, Mike Olender and John Kohler left to pursue Burnt By The Sun and Ex Number Five, and the band moved forward with Matt "Portland" Hay and Matt "Frenchie" Haick filling the guitar spots. The band released their first full length, Losers' Intuition in 2001. Following the departure of Matt Haick, who left to pursue his other project Merciana, and original bassist Spliedt during 2002, the lineup of Severson, Hay (guitar), Ross (drums) welcomed new bassist Tim Cuccolo (ex-Ex Number Five) and Chris Byrnes (guitar) and released Dreamers & Deadmen in 2003. Cuccolo later left and with Byrnes moving over to bass, second guitarist Steve "Steve Jeff" Chladnicek joined on in early 2004. The following year, Byrnes exited to go join Every Time I Die, and former Nora guitarist/Burnt by the Sun vocalist Mike Olender came back in his place. Nora entered the studio in early 2007 to record and release Save Yourself, and went dormant soon after...until now (2015).
Vocalist Carl Severson was owner of hardcore record label Ferret Music but has since moved on to start Good Fight Entertainment since the Warner Bros buy out of Ferret.
Carl Severson and Mike Olender attended high school with Trustkill owner and president Josh Grabelle.
Nora is a 2000 film directed by Pat Murphy about Nora Barnacle and her husband, Irish author James Joyce. It stars Ewan McGregor as Joyce and Susan Lynch in the title role.
Nora The Piano Cat (born 2004) is a gray tabby cat, rescued from the streets of Camden, New Jersey, by the Furrever Friends animal shelter. Nora gained international prominence after a YouTube video of her playing the piano went viral in 2007. The Times of London, in its online edition, characterized her music as being "something halfway between Philip Glass and free jazz."
Nora (also transliterated: Norah) is the second largest island in the Dahlak Archipelago, Eritrea, and one of the three inhabited islands of the archipelago. It has an area of 105.15 km². It reaches a maximum height of 37 meters in the northeast.
In 2009 the island had a population of 373 in 66 households.
Nora or Norah is an Italian, English, Irish, Albanian, Scandinavian and Baltic feminine personal name. It mainly originates as a short form of Honora (also Honoria), a common Anglo-Norman name, ultimately derived from the Latin word Honor (with that meaning). In Hungary, the name Nóra originates as a short form of Eleonóra or Eleanor.
In the Greek language, it means "light"-similar to the Arabic name Noor with the same meaning.
The Irish Nóra is likewise probably an Irish form of Honora. A diminutive form of Nóra is Nóirin; this name has numerous Anglicised forms, such as: Noreen, Norene, Nóinín and Norine.
Nora has been among the most popular girl names in Norway in the 2000s, topping the list of most popular girl names in 2012.
Nora may refer to:
Nora is a theatre show directed by Haris Pasovic and produced by the East West Theatre Company based in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The show is based on Henrik Ibsen's play A Doll's House, which was translated into Bosnian by Munib Delalic. Nora is the story of a young successful couple who seemingly live a perfect life but suffer from marital problems under the surface.
Nora is a Venezuelan telenovela written by Ibsen Martínez for Televen in co-production with Telemundo and Cadena Tres. Carla Giraldo and Andrés Zúñiga star as the main protagonists with Sabrina Seara as the antagonist.
Nora is a 1944 German drama film directed by Harald Braun and starring Luise Ullrich, Viktor Staal and Franziska Kinz. The film is an adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's play A Doll's House. The film uses Ibsen's alternate ending where the unhappy couple are reconciled at the end. The sets were designed by art directors Emil Hasler and Walter Kutz.
Usage examples of "nora".
Nora found herself at a junction from which several aisles wandered away at a variety of angles.
Make sure Nora has my telephone numbers, though, and explain that she must ring me if Jim arrives on the scene.
The young lady is all that we shall have left, and the mop and duster of the last Ahnira or Loizy will be stared at by generations of Bridgets and Noras as that famous head and foot of the lost bird are stared at in the Ashmolean Museum.
Through the gaps in the ragged shirt, Nora could see angry-looking chancres on the chest and abdomen, weeping clear fluid.
Nora lived with the two stepchildren her ex-husband had left behind when he hit the road two years earlier.
Nora paused inside the door, waiting, but Brisbane said nothing nor in any way acknowledged her presence.
Nora knew it would be futile to remind Brisbane that he himself, however grudgingly, had authorized the work.
Nora told him about their hasty visit to the charnel pit at the construction site.
Antes del alba, cerca de un agua oscura y humilde, que era tal vez el Maldonado o tal vez el Riachuelo, la alta voz de Nora Erfjord entonó la balada de Patrick Spens y don Alejandro coreó uno que otro verso en voz baja, desafinadamente.
Nora had never been to the Archives before—she did not, in fact, know anybody who ever had—and as she descended deeper and deeper into the bowels of the Museum, she wondered if perhaps she had made a wrong turn somewhere.
If Nora were as good a student as the Edu ucational Committee (which had passed her for Advanced Study instead of her brother, Nick) had said, then she would earn credit bonuses with those brains of hers, wouldn't she?
Lei temette che si sarebbe preso il loro denaro senza dare nulla in cambio, ma l'uomo pareva interessato solo ai loro documenti e al coltello da macellaio che Nora si era portata dietro.
Lui e Nora prepararono un elaborato pasto tradizionale per loro tre soli: tacchino al forno con castagne, frutti di mare, carote glassate, pannocchie arrostite, insalata di cavolo e torta di zucca.
Nora si chiese come mai non si pulisse il viso dallo sputo, ma nel momento stesso in cui se lo chiese ne capì la ragione: voleva farlo fare a lei.
Lacrime piene di fiammelle riflesse brillarono negli occhi di Nora e Travis si chiese per un momento perché quelle lacrime dovessero offuscare la sua vista, poi si rese conto che anche lui era vicino alle lacrime.