Crossword clues for sucre
- A Bolivian capital
- Bolivia's constitutional capital
- Bolivia's capital
- S. A. capital
- One of Bolivia's capitals
- One Bolivian capital
- Judicial capital of Bolivia
- Ecuadorian currency, formerly
- Ecuador's former currency
- Constitutional capital of Bolivia
- Where the Bolivian Supreme Court meets
- Sugar, in Chartres
- South American liberator
- One of two Bolivian capitals
- One capital of Bolivia
- Judicial capital in the Andes
- French cafe sweetener
- Former Ecuadorean currency
- Ecuadorian money
- Ecuadorean currency replaced by the U.S. dollar in 2000
- Ecuador money
- Capital founded as Ciudad de la Plata de la Nueva Toledo
- Café avec ___
- Bolivian constitutional capital
- Bolivian capital that isn't La Paz
- Bolivia's first president
- Mountain capital
- South American capital
- Bolivian capital, officially
- First president of Bolivia
- Somme sweet stuff
- Ingredient in chocolat
- World capital, founded in 1538, formerly known as Chuquisaca
- Capital near PotosГ
- A capital of Bolivia
- One of the two capitals of Bolivia
- The basic unit of money in Ecuador
- Equal to 100 centavos
- The legal capital and seat of the judiciary in Bolivia
- S.A. city
- Nice sugar
- Bolivian city
- Monetary unit of Ecuador
- Bolivian co-capital
- Legal capital of Bolivia
- City in Bolivia
- Coin of Ecuador
- Quito money
- Capital near Potosí
- Bolivia’s constitutional capital
- Andean capital
- Capital of Bolivia
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sucre \Su"cre\, n. A silver coin of Ecuador, worth 68 cents.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
monetary unit of Ecuador, 1886, named for Antonio José de Sucre (1795-1830), Venezuelan general and liberator of Ecuador.
n. The former currency of Ecuador, divided into 100 centavos.
n. the basic unit of money in Ecuador; equal to 100 centavos
the legal capital and seat of the judiciary in Bolivia
Sucré is a dessert boutique that launched in New Orleans, Louisiana in April 2007.
Sucre State (, ) is one of the 23 states of Venezuela. The state capital is Cumaná. Sucre State covers a total surface area of 11,800 km² and, as of the 2011 census, had a population of 896,921. The most important river in the state is the Manzanares River.
Sucre is the constitutional capital of Bolivia.
Sucre may also refer to:
Sucré is the solo project of vocalist Stacy Dupree-King, of Eisley. Her music is produced by her husband and drummer Darren King, of Mutemath, and multi-instrumentalist and arranger Jeremy Larson Sucré was formed in 2011 and began to play shows in 2012. Their first single, "When We Were Young", debuted in early 2012, and their debut album, A Minor Bird, was released on April 10, 2012. As of April 9, 2012, the album was streaming on HelloGiggles.
For Valentine's Day, Sucré premiered a music video of "You and Me" (made famous from the Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams film Blue Valentine ) with Nylon Magazine. "It's intimate and catchy," Nylon said of King and company's interpretation of the tune.
On August 25, 2014, Sucré released the first original recording in two years with "Young and Free."
Usage examples of "sucre".
Sucre gripped her from behind while the other man put a large piece of black masking tape across her mouth.
She found their SAMs and their plastique charges, in the chartroom off the bridge, looked again at Sucre, swathed in black and white, spike like a cupid's arrow in his unmoving chest, found the bloodstains on the bed in the cabin she'd been in briefly with Orrick (but could not find the body of the man Orrick had killed), found the three dead radio operators and the dead radio equipment (she tried to make it work, but couldn't even get the jamming signal.