Crossword clues for pal
- Trusted one
- Alter ego
- Someone to hang with
- Bert, to Ernie
- Fraternize, with "around"
- "Be a ___"
- Gal ___
- Hang out, with "around"
- ___ around with
- One you might hang with
- Hang (around)
- "___ Joey" (Rodgers and Hart musical)
- A close friend who accompanies his buddies in their activities
- Mary, in an old song
- Close friend
- ___ Joey
- "Destination Moon" producer
- O'Hara's Joey
- "Doc Savage" producer
- Tim McCoy's horse
- Joey, e.g.
- "___ Joey" (Sinatra film)
- Bosom buddy
- What O'Hara's Joey was
- See 40 Across
- Good friend
- With 48 Down, Sinatra film: 1957
- "Our Gang" dog
- Joey of Broadway
- Good buddy
- Joey, for one
- Bud, to Lou
- Shadow, so to speak
- "Be a ___!"
- Helping sort
- Hang (around with)
- Blood brother
- Close one
- One who lends a hand
- One to hang with
- Hang together, with "around"
- Pen ___
- Word after pen or gal
- See 8-Down
- One likely to lend a needed hand
- See 37-Down
- Person to bum around with
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Pal \Pal\, n. [Etymol. uncertain.] A mate; a partner; esp., an accomplice or confederate.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1788, from Romany (English Gypsy) pal "brother, comrade," variant of continental Romany pral, plal, phral, probably from Sanskrit bhrata "brother" (see brother (n.)). Extended colloquial form palsy-walsy attested from 1930.
1879, from pal (n.). Related: Palled; palling.
n. (context colloquial English) A friend, buddy, mate, cobber, someone to hang around with. vb. Be friends with, hang around with.
PAL (Phase Alternating Line) is a colour encoding system for analogue television.
PAL or Pal may also refer to:
Pal is a common surname found in India and Bangladesh. It is traditionally believed that 'Pal' originated from Sanskrit 'Pala' meaning protector or keeper.
Pal is the debut solo Studio Album of KK, released on 16 April 1999 by Sony. The album is Arranged, Composed and produced by Lesle Lewis and lyrics are written by Mehboob. All the tracks were sung by KK.
In 2008, he released his second album Humsafar.
Phase Alternating Line (PAL) is a colour encoding system for analogue television used in broadcast television systems in most countries broadcasting at 625-line / 50 field (25 frame) per second ( 576i). Other common colour encoding systems are NTSC and SECAM.
All the countries using PAL are currently in process of conversion or have already converted standards to DVB, ISDB or DTMB.
This page primarily discusses the PAL colour encoding system. The articles on broadcast television systems and analogue television further describe frame rates, image resolution and audio modulation.
Pal (June 4, 1940 – June 1958) was a Rough Collie performer and the first in a line of such dogs to portray the fictional female collie Lassie in film and television. Pal was born in California in 1940 and eventually brought to the notice of Rudd Weatherwax, a Hollywood animal trainer. In 1943, the dog was chosen to play Lassie in MGM's feature film, Lassie Come Home. Following his film debut, Pal starred in six more MGM Lassie films from the mid-1940s to early 1950s, then appeared briefly in shows, fairs, and rodeos around the United States before starring in the two pilots filmed in 1954 for the television series, Lassie. Pal retired after filming the television pilots, and died in June 1958. He sired a line of descendants who continued to play the fictional character he originated. The Saturday Evening Post said Pal had "the most spectacular canine career in film history".
PAL, the Pedagogic Algorithmic Language, is a programming language developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in around 1967 to help teach programming language semantics and design. It is a "direct descendent" of ISWIM and owes much of its philosophy to Christopher Strachey.
The initial implementation of PAL, in Lisp, was written by Peter Landin and James H. Morris, Jr. It was later redesigned by Martin Richards, Thomas J. Barkalow, Arthur Evans, Jr., Robert M. Graham, James Morris, and John Wozencraft. It was implemented by Richards and Barkalow in BCPL as an intermediate-code interpreter and ran on the System/360; this was called PAL/360.
Usage examples of "pal".
Pal Kendoro and it is my sister Judit who was working at Amalgamated who had paid for an education that would lift me out of the barrios of Kezdet.
Her father was out in the back painting the kennel that one of his pals from the bookies had made for Hooves.
The manager and his unseen pal Doobie did not rush out to ask me if I was all right, and in fact did not so much as poke their noses out of the back room to ascertain if the window was shattered and the floor splattered with blood from my mangled corpse.
He was called Crawler Clane and we believe his pal, Duster Shomak, was the leader of the raiding mob.
And in the special film did Poopy Panda appear enhaloed, and the talented kid performers did do him worship, and Otto Clodd did trip over his feet whilst kneeling, and Jackie Whipple did urge in manly and sincere wise that all the Poopy Panda Pals out there in television-land do likewise, and the enhaloed Poopy Panda did say in his lovable growly voice, Poop-poop-poopy.
Yes, sweet Jeannie Gabel, over there in Paris: always a good pal, always a sympathetic shoulder for him.
While the servant stood shakily, arms straight up, Goofer beckoned his pals through.
I heard our pal, Jeel, dare my little girl friend here to raise her gun.
His pals got over in a jiff probably waiting down the road, outside the gates.
On his way to where Jute lay, Shoy was yelling to his pals to start the slaughter.
Hoxel had told Jute to use funds to help out certain pals, at that time prisoners in different penitentiaries.
As sworn pals, they were heading for Latuna to join up with Konk Zitz.
He has seen all his mates killed and then all his new pals killed, and, then, because the idea of friendship becomes impossible, mateship now too awful to contemplate, the replacements are received as blank-eyed strangers, who come at night to huddle beside you in the trenches.
In that case, Napper might be in a mood to denounce the pals who had abandoned him.
Aunt Bea and Opie, but I could make it tougher for Joey and his pal with the tie.