Crossword clues for ryn
Ryn (until 1946 ) is a town in Poland located 19 km southwest of Giżycko, in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship. Until the reorganization of 1999 it had been assigned to Suwałki Voivodeship. It had a population of 3,062 inhabitants as of December 31, 2004.
Ryn is located between Lake Ryn and Lake Ołów. Among the notable landmarks of the town are a former Ordensburg castle of the Teutonic Knights (erected ca. 1337) and a 19th-century Dutch windmill. Below the castle in the center of the town, a subterranean channel connects the Matussek pond, a shoaled bay of Lake Ołów, with Lake Ryn and the pond of a mill built by the Teutonic Knights.
RYN may refer to:
- Royan - Médis Aerodrome, France (by IATA code)
- Ryan Airfield. in Tucson, Arizona (by FAA code)
- Ryan International Airlines (by ICAO code)
Usage examples of "ryn".
Days before her arrival, Ryn had realized with every shred of his body and his soul that this woman was his and that she was coming to him.
She swayed into Ryn, encouraging him, drinking in the warmth as he tasted her.
She did not look down to see if Ryn was truly aroused, but kept her eyes pinned to his.
Since Ryn was carrying her north, they moved farther from civilization with every step.
If Ryn was so bold as to lick her tonight, then what did he have planned for tomorrow night?
She had originally thought that Ryn possessed the ability to block her invasion in some way, but that might not be the case.
All she had to do was convince Ryn that she could not offer him comfort of any kind.
In the morning light Ryn was all sun-bronzed skin, hard muscle, and golden hair.
The basics of anatomy were the same for Ryn and any other man, and yet he seemed different, as if he were of another species altogether.
While Ryn hauled her slowly and steadily upward, vivid images flashed through her mind.
She and Ryn had climbed up and down and around, always moving northward.
She wanted to know what the future held and how she might escape, but that was impossible as long as Ryn maintained the barrier between them.
She imagined a river running from her hand to Ryn, lost in darkness and in the commanding form of a wolf.
It was certainly possible, and yet nothing in her sense of Ryn, nothing in the glimpses she had seen in his heart and soul, led her to believe that he would ever hurt her.
She stood and shook off her worries, walking toward the edge of the forest searching for the flash of gold to indicate that Ryn watched.