Crossword clues for pana
Housing Units (2000): 2532
Land area (2000): 2.671188 sq. miles (6.918345 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 2.671188 sq. miles (6.918345 sq. km)
FIPS code: 57472
Located within: Illinois (IL), FIPS 17
Location: 39.387136 N, 89.081186 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
PANA may refer to:
- The Panafrican News Agency, based in Senegal
- A former name of the Islamic Republic News Agency, based in Iran
- The Protocol for carrying Authentication for Network Access
- Pana, related to myths and legends of America
- PANA in telecommunications refers to a plain analog loop, also known as a dry pair or BANA ( basic analog loop)
- Napakiak Airport (ICAO location indicator: PANA), in Napakiak, Alaska, United States
Pana or PANA may refer to:
- Pana, a god in Inuit mythology
- PANA, in telecommunications, a Plain ANAlog loop Alarm circuit
- Protocol for carrying Authentication for Network Access, a network access authentication protocol
- Pana, used for PanaPress of Pan African NewsAgency
- Another name for punch marked coins used in India until the third century
- Pana, the term for a snow knife in Inuktitut
- Pana language, a language spoken in the Central African Republic
- Pa Na language, a language spoken in Hunan, China
- Pana language (Gur), a language spoken in Burkina Faso and Mali
Usage examples of "pana".
A regul ship, rescuing she’pan Intel, had carried the holy Pana and the survivors of the edun to Kesrith.
The she’pan did not think it good that the Pana be in the edun, and she was right.
And I will commit us to nothing but to find the Pana and to find whether others of our kind survive.
He knew that he surely bore an essential part of the Pana, which name his caste could not even speak without fear, which a kel’en ought never to see, let alone handle.
She had been face to face with the Pana, understanding what a kel’en could not.
Usually there is time that the People in truth do forget, that in the Dark between suns there are generations born that are not taught the Pana, the Forbidden, the Holy, the Mysteries and they step out onto a new earth, ignorant of all they are not told.
He set his face, assumed the assurance he did not feel, met the eyes of the gold-robes who were veiled against wind and dust “I secured the Pana first.
He disregarded proprieties and took burdens himself, took up one at the bottom of die steps, for kel Ros, while the remaining sen’ein prepared to draw the sled holding the Pana alone.
Where the Pana went there went a silence in respect, a pause, a gesture of reverence, before celebration broke out again.
The sen’ein who drew the sled on which the Pana rested stopped it before her, and Hlil watched with a tautness in his throat as she lifted her eyes from that to him.
Banat, with flourishes, introduced them individually and effusively, but Edge could grasp only that all their names were prefixed with Pana, and all their names sounded like gargles.
Goesle, Pana Banat, we will set up on the grassed areas here, the chapiteau nearest to the palace, the menagerie farthest away.
A regul ship, rescuing she'pan Intel, had carried the holy Pana and the survivors of the edun to Kesrith.
The she'pan did not think it good that the Pana be in the edun, and she was right.
He knew that he surely bore an essential part of the Pana, which name his caste could not even speak without fear, which a kel'en ought never to see, let alone handle.