Crossword clues for ord
- Former fort on Monterey Bay
- Windy City terminal code
- Central Neb. city
- Mil. weapons
- City in central Neb.
- Calif.'s Fort ___
- Fort in Calif.
- Fort ___, Calif. base
- West Coast fort
- City in Neb.
- ___ Peak, Ariz.
- River in Australia
- Civil War general
- City in Nebraska
- Mil. hardware
- Fort ___, in California
- Chi. airport code
- Gov. regulation
- Type of number: Abbr.
- Calif. fort
- Public law: Abbr.
- Monterey's Fort ___
- California's Fort ___ Dunes
- California's Fort ___
- California fort named for a Union general
- Like some numbers: Abbr.
- Certain number: Abbr.
- Fort near Monterey
- First or second, e.g.: Abbr.
- Certain no.
- Run-of-the-mill: Abbr.
- La Guardia : LGA :: O'Hare : ___
- Former California fort
- Fort ___, Calif.
- Fort ___, former Army post on Monterey Bay
- В В Statute: Abbr.
- Kind of number: Abbr.
- City reg.
- Chicago airport letters
- Traffic reg., e.g.
- JFK : New York :: ___ : Chicago
- Municipal reg.
- Fort ___ on Monterey Bay
- Fort named for a Civil War major general
- California's historic Fort ___
- California's old Fort ___
- Chicago airport code
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Ord \Ord\ ([^o]rd), n. [AS. ord point.]
An edge or point; also, a beginning. [ Obs. or Prov. Eng.]
Ord and end, the beginning and end. Cf. Odds and ends,
under Odds. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.]
Etymology 1 n. 1 (abbreviation of: order) 2 (context legal English) (abbreviationordinance) Etymology 2
alt. 1 (context now chiefly UK dialectal English) A point. 2 (context now chiefly UK dialectal English) A point of origin; a beginning. 3 (context now chiefly UK dialectal English) A point of land; a promontory. 4 (context now chiefly UK dialectal English) The point or edge of a weapon. n. 1 (context now chiefly UK dialectal English) A point. 2 (context now chiefly UK dialectal English) A point of origin; a beginning. 3 (context now chiefly UK dialectal English) A point of land; a promontory. 4 (context now chiefly UK dialectal English) The point or edge of a weapon.
Housing Units (2000): 1149
Land area (2000): 1.660700 sq. miles (4.301192 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.660700 sq. miles (4.301192 sq. km)
FIPS code: 37280
Located within: Nebraska (NE), FIPS 31
Location: 41.602553 N, 98.929962 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 68862
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Ord or ORD may refer to:
Ord is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Boris Ord (1897–1961), British composer
- Edward Ord (1818–1883), Major General in the US Army
- George Ord (1781–1866), zoologist
- Harry Ord (1819–1885), the 10th Governor of Western Australia
- William Ord (1781–1855), English Whig politician and landowner
Usage examples of "ord".
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LORDE our heavenly father, almightie and everlastyng God, whiche hast safely broughte us to the begynnyng of thys day: defende us in the same wyth thy myghtye power, and graunte that this daie we fall into no synne, nether rune into any kinde of daunger: but that al our doinges may be ordred by thy governaunce, to doe alwayes that is rightuous in thy sighte: through Jesus Christe our Lorde.
Mors Ambulans of The Doldrums, the hated Warl Ord of Renigard, and Utan, the detestable Orang of Turlang, would be there -- for not even such as these might with impunity say Trun the Warlock nay.
He was a little taller than her, so he dipped his head until his ear rested against her pretty mouth, and Alice kissed the ear, running her bright pink tongue over the embarrassed lobe, speaking to Ord for a moment or two with a secret chemical voice absorbed along with her spit.
The Techno director of the Yards was Ord Syers, perhaps one of the worst men ever to have held that post.
Ord recited everything, including data accurate to a fraction of a femtosecond and to the brink of Planck space, and at every critical junction, he gave the names and failings of those gods most directly in charge.
Ord slashed at them, and mangled them, and inside that next endless femtosecond, he was winning.
Harris, Bates and Whitman Advertising three months ago because of my track req ord?
According to the carefully kept and minutely analysed rec ords of the galaxy’s more nit-picking elder civilisations, the Chelgrians had persisted in their religiosity for a significant time after the advent of scientific methodology, and - in continuing to cleave to the caste system - were unusual in retaining such a manifestly discriminatory social order so long into post-contact history.
Turns out Han is already on the way to Yavin IV, with Anakin and a surprise for the young Jedi -- he's gonna be Grand Marshal at the Blockade Runners Derby at Ord Mantell, and the kids are invited too!
He did not know how many men Grant had, had heard that Ord's people were at Burkeville, and Ord had been above the James, the farthest Federal troops from Petersburg.
Duane decided that Sanderson, BradfOrd, and Ord were but notorious outposts to this Fairdale, which was a secret center of rustlers and outlaws.
Below the river, Federal troops under Ord were approaching fast, and so the rail cars carrying the food could not stay at Farmville, could not risk being captured.
The familiar OD trucks from Fort Lewis were waiting, and it only took about an hour to deliver us back to the drab, two-story yellow barracks and bare drill fields I'd seen on a half dozen posts from Fort Ord to Camp Kilmer.
In the basement there was a Brunswick billiard table, a movie screen for home movies, a KLH sound system that Ordner had converted to quad the year before.