Crossword clues for vina
The Collaborative International Dictionary
n. (alternative form of veena English)
Housing Units (2000): 188
Land area (2000): 3.993094 sq. miles (10.342065 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 3.993094 sq. miles (10.342065 sq. km)
FIPS code: 78984
Located within: Alabama (AL), FIPS 01
Location: 34.374874 N, 88.053498 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 35593
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Viña may refer to:
- Vineyard (Viña in Spanish and Galician)
- Viña del Mar, Chile
- La Viña Canton, Bolivia
- La Viña (Salta), Argentina
- La Viña (Catamarca), Argentina
- Fernando Viña (b. 1969), American baseball player
- Jictzad Viña (b.. 1983), Miss Venezuela 2005
- Viña Delmar (1903–1990), American playwright
- Antonio La Viña, Filipino lawyer and academic
''' Vina Department ' is a department (département'') of the Adamawa Province in Cameroon. The department covers an area of 17,196 km² and as of 2001 had a total population of 247,427.The capital of the department lies at Ngaoundéré.
Vina is a village in the municipality of Leskovac, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 232 people.
Usage examples of "vina".
Leora was drinking a pisco sour, a thing she had always wanted to try, on the terrace at Vina Del Mar near Valparaiso when the scream came.
There was music of the standard Hindi combination: choruses of girls oohing and aahing to the clamor of guitars, tablas, violins and vinas.
Then those that were able would creep out over the low threshold, and perhaps fall asleep on the hot ground, "Many's the time," says Vina, "I come home and find my baby sleepin' with the sun a beatin' on its head, enough, 'peared like, to addle its brains.
What's more, Gussy, think how still more persuasive some of those instructions would be if they came to a man in his best girl's most bedroomy voice, or his doctor's or psycher's if it's that sort of thing—or Vina Vidarsson's!
I tell Vina it's constipating, and constipation breeds God knows what illnesses, but nothing will break her of the habit.
The boys wore pants of Kentucky jean and black cloth coats, while Vina and her daughter in their plaid shawls and comfortable hoods would scarcely have been recognized, even by those who had often seen them at their labor, as field hands from McKiernan's place.
The boys wore pants of Kentucky jean andblack cloth coats, while Vina and her daughter in their plaidshawls and comfortable hoods would scarcely have beenrecognized, even by those who had often seen them at their labor,as field hands from McKiernan's place.