Crossword clues for orel
- Russian city and oblast
- Righty Hershiser
- Dodger Hershiser
- Hershiser who once pitched 59 consecutive scoreless innings
- City on the Oka River
- Hershiser who was Sports Illustrated's 1988 Sportsman of the Year
- Hershiser of the 1980s-'90s Dodgers
- City northeast of Kiev
- U.S.S.R. grain center
- U.S.S.R. city
- City S of Moscow
- City on the Oka (4)
- Soviet grain center
- 1988 Cy Young winner Hershiser
- Russian city
- Soviet city
- Former teammate of Darryl
- First name of a 1988 World Series hero
- First name of the 1988 World Series star
- Russian city south of Moscow
- City 200 miles south of Moscow
- U.S.S.R. grain market
- City below Moscow
- City of Russia
- Russian grain center
- City in central U.S.S.R.
- The Dodgers' Hershiser
- U.S.S.R. livestock market
- City in the Black Earth region
- City southwest of Moscow
- Russian grain market
- Pitcher Hershiser
- Heavily damaged city of W.W. II
- Mr. Hershiser
- City south of Moscow
- Hurler Hershiser
- Moundsman Hershiser
- City SSW of Moscow
- Russia's ___ Region
- Turgenev's birthplace
- Baseball's Hershiser
- Russian city, site of heavy W.W. II fighting
- Oblast on the Oka
- City on the Oka
- 1988 World Series M.V.P. Hershiser
- Turgenev museum site
- Russian city on the Oka
- Russian city or oblast
- Sportscaster Hershiser
- Former Dodger Hershiser
- Ivan Turgenev's birthplace
- Oblast capital SSW of Moscow
- City founded by Ivan IV
- Baseball analyst Hershiser
- Russian oblast or its capital
- City liberated during the Battle of Kursk
- Cy Young winner Hershiser
- Turgenev's home in Russia
- Oblast between Kursk and Tula
- ESPN's Hershiser
- Hershiser on the mound
- Pitcher-turned-sportscaster Hershiser
- Oka River city
Orel or Oryol (meaning eagle in some Slavic languages) may refer to:
Orel is a village in the Pardubice Region of the Czech Republic. In 2013 it had 770 inhabitants.
Village Tři Bubny is the administrative part of Orel.
The Orel (" eagle" in Czech) is a Moravia-based Czech youth movement and gymnastics organization which emerged between 1896–1909 as Catholic Church-supported competitor of another Czech sport movement Sokol (founded 1862), oriented more nationalistic and rather anti-Catholic. Orel movement, defining itself as "Christian sport organization", still exists and currently has about 19,000 members. Since 1921 is member of international sport association FICEP.
A similar organization with the same name was organized also in the Slovene Lands and in Croatia, where it successfully competed with the local Sokol movement. It was dissolved in the early 1930s by the dictatorial regime of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia.
Usage examples of "orel".
Guderian tells of meeting an old retired Czarist general at Orel on the road to Moscow.
The entire British Empire sends him our salutes in this brilliant summer campaign, and on the victories of Orel, Kharkov, and Taganrog, by which so much Russian soil has been redeemed and so many hundreds of thousands of its invaders wiped out.
Odessa was thus reduced to the trade of the region to the west of the last-named river, having lost that of the provinces of Poltava, Kharkof, Kursk, Orel, Ekaterinoslaf, etc.
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Expecting the same start of terror manifested by Forrest and Orel, which he at last understood, Foyle shot out a hand and grabbed Y'ang-Yeovil's elbow.
Orel poulticed, cupped, balsamed, and electrolyzed the brain into double its capacity or double your money back.
He arose without haste, stepped to the slow-motion figure “Bloo-hwoo-fwaa-mawwing” behind the desk, took out a heavy sap, and scientifically smote Orel across the brow, concussing the frontal lobes and stunning the jaunte center.
Orel asked as he took the cash box out of a locked drawer and opened it to pay her.
The old Grayhand, Jarl Orel, hadn't always kept his mighty people deep within the mountains over the decades, though thankfully, the frost giant forays hadn't been numerous.