Crossword clues for todd
- One of the Palins
- Chuck of NBC News
- Mary Lincoln, nee ___
- Chuck of "Meet the Press"
- Mary Lincoln's maiden name
- Newsman Chuck
- A barber who murdered his customers
- Scottish chemist noted for his research into the structure of nucleic acids (born in 1907)
- Fictional character in a play by George Pitt
- Elizabeth Taylor's Mike
- Actor Duncan
- Mary ___ Lincoln
- Producer Mike
- Tennis star _____ Martin
- One of Taylor's exes
- Rock singer Rundgren
- Jets' QB
- Chemistry Nobelist: 1957
- "Sweeney ___," B'way hit
- Lincoln married one
- Nobel chemist: 1957
- Mike or Thelma
- Jet QB
- "Sweeney ___," 1979 Broadway hit
- "The Seventh Veil" star
- Lincoln in-law
- Mrs. Lincoln's maiden name
- One First Lady's maiden name
- Thelma of "The Maltese Falcon," 1931
- Taylor's third
- Liz Taylor's third
- Sondheim's Sweeney
- Abe's Mary
- One of Taylor's eight
- Elizabeth Taylor's third
- See 16-Across
- Mike who produced "Around the World in 80 Days"
- Sondheim's "Sweeney ___"
- See 17-Across
- Mary in the White House
- Mary who married a future president
- Rock's Rundgren
- Broadway's "Sweeney ___"
- The fox in Disney's "The Fox and the Hound"
- "Sweeney ___"
- Sondheim protagonist
- Sarah Palin's husband
- Liz Taylor's husband before Fisher
- Rocker Rundgren
- Former E.P.A. chief Christine ___ Whitman
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
masc. proper name, also a surname (late 12c.), from Middle English todde "fox," a Northern English word of unknown origin.
n. (context furry jargon English) A male fox.
Housing Units (2000): 5121
Land area (2000): 376.352514 sq. miles (974.748494 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.619467 sq. miles (1.604413 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 376.971981 sq. miles (976.352907 sq. km)
Located within: Kentucky (KY), FIPS 21
Location: 36.816758 N, 87.174760 W
Todd County, KY
Housing Units (2000): 11900
Land area (2000): 942.018757 sq. miles (2439.817277 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 37.320511 sq. miles (96.659676 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 979.339268 sq. miles (2536.476953 sq. km)
Located within: Minnesota (MN), FIPS 27
Location: 46.082400 N, 94.883360 W
Todd County, MN
Housing Units (2000): 2766
Land area (2000): 1388.124155 sq. miles (3595.224903 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 2.780474 sq. miles (7.201394 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1390.904629 sq. miles (3602.426297 sq. km)
Located within: South Dakota (SD), FIPS 46
Location: 43.233563 N, 100.821640 W
Todd County, SD
Todd or Todds may refer to:
- Todd (surname)
- Todd (given name)
- Todd (album), a 1974 album by Todd Rundgren
- Todd (elm cultivar)
- Todd, California
- Todd, North Carolina
- Todd County, Kentucky
- Todd County, Minnesota
- Todds, Ohio, an unincorporated community
- Todd County, South Dakota
- Todd Fork, a river in Ohio
- Todd Township, Minnesota
- Todd Township, Fulton County, Pennsylvania
- Todd Township, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania
- Todd (Cars), a character in Cars
- The Todd (Scrubs), a character on Scrubs
- Todd class, a characteristic class in algebraic topology
- Todd (Stargate), a Wraith from the series Stargate Atlantis
- Todd-AO, a company in film post-production
Todd is the fifth album and second double album by Todd Rundgren, released in February 1974. It was an expansion of his experimentation on his previous album, A Wizard, a True Star. It showed his growing interest in the synthesizer, and its ability to expand the textures of rock music. Much of the album is intensely experimental. However, it is not without its share of pop songs. Todd also tinkers with the synth-heavy progressive sound he would take further with his later band Utopia. First issues of this LP included a large wall poster; all the lyrics appeared on one side, while the other was Todd's cover portrait in shades of fine print, consisting of the names of 10,000 fans who had sent in the postcard included with A Wizard, a True Star.
Release of the album, originally conceived as (but too long for) a single disc, was delayed by a vinyl shortage caused by the 1973 oil crisis. This was further compounded by reluctance from the record label, Bearsville, to release a new album when his song " Hello It's Me" from Something/Anything? remained strong on the singles charts.
Other lore from Todd is the battle with Rundgren over the label's desire to release the song "Izzat Love?" as a single. The artist insisted the song was indicative of a music style he no longer wished to pursue, and won under threat to never record again should the song be released.
The closing track "Sons of 1984" was recorded live in Central Park and includes singing from the audience on the chorus. Rundgren also overdubbed another audience in San Francisco singing the chorus, humorously crediting the combined vocal group as "First United Church of the Cosmic Smorgasbord."
"Lord Chancellor's Nightmare" is a cover of a Gilbert & Sullivan song from their 1882 opera Iolanthe.
Todd is a surname meaning "fox" (from Old Englishtodde), and may refer to:
Todd is a given name. The name originates in Middle English where it means "fox" (possibly referring to a fox hunter).
It may refer to:
Usage examples of "todd".
Richard Todd of the town of Paradise, once of Albany, and you ask my guidance and advice as any young woman of good breeding must.
An alliance with Todd could extract her father from ruin but would call into question the ownership of Hidden Wolf, the mountain where Nathaniel, his father, and a small group of native Americans, live and hunt.
Almira Todd, which stood with its end to the street, appeared to be retired and sheltered enough from the busy world, behind its bushy bit of a green garden, in which all the blooming things, two or three gay hollyhocks and some London-pride, were pushed back against the gray-shingled wall.
William did not talk much, but his sister Todd occupied the time and told all the news there was to tell of Dunnet Landing and its coasts, while the old mother listened with delight.
There was something mediaeval in the behavior of poor Joanna Todd under a disappointment of the heart.
Richard Todd did his best to capture all her attention for himself: he was solicitous and amusing, and the look in his blue eyes set below a mane of red-blond hair was friendly and seemed sincere.
With a glance toward Richard Todd, and then toward the judge, who was deeply involved in his own conversation and who had not followed this exchange, Nathaniel stopped himself.
But before she could think of some way to make this clear to him, Richard Todd claimed her attention.
Richard Todd shifted uneasily in his seat as she drew herself up and turned her attention to her father, incredulous.
Richard Todd is so keen to have more land, sell the thousand acres to him.
If you will sign it only on my marriage to Richard Todd, then it will never be signed.
Elizabeth could not look at Richard Todd, who smiled at her kindly and was helpful in every way, without thinking that he and her father had schemed together behind her back to plan a marriage she did not want and could not countenance.
Richard Todd said when a lull had come once again into their conversation.
Why he should be promoting her connection to Richard Todd was unclear to her, and it caused her considerable distress to think she must take up this argument with him.
There was more about her to admire than he dared admit to himself He wondered where things would go from here: she might not have any interest in Richard Todd, but her high color, her agitation, the way she spoke and looked at him, made him think that she was not as committed to a chaste life as she thought she was.