The Ecuadorean ambassador, ana Alban, was forced to dash home to fetch a blow-up mattress for Assange to sleep on.
ana Finel Honigman spoke to his inner circle—including Ryan McGinley and Terence Koh, who share never-before-seen images of Snow.
By ana Marie Cox Just in time for Christmas, Glenn Beck goes for hipster-chic as a conservative fashion statement.
She was naturalized at 14 and changed her Spanish name, ana, to Anne.
Undaunted, she complained in an email to Berg and CEO ana Maria Chávez and got a second, much more attentive, phone meeting.
ana leaned forward, "Why then, actually, you're a traitor to Russia."
I had been in London for six weeks; ana in no other place had I been alone for so long.
This new sign of Raquel's disfavor at every mention of the Americanos gave ana several unpleasant moments.
There is a wonderful collection of fables, and a most complete library of ana.
With the ana perched on his shoulder, the green rod and the bag of food in his hands, he stepped out onto the moss sod.
before verbs an-, prefix meaning 1. "upward," 2. "back, backward, against," 3. "again, anew," from Greek ana- "up to, toward, exceedingly, back, against," from ana "up, on, upon, throughout, again," cognate with Old English on, from PIE root *ano- "on, upon, above" (see on).
or ana, word-forming element denoting "collection of sayings, gossip, etc. connected with a person or place," early 18c., originally the neuter plural ending of Latin adjectives ending in -anus "pertaining to," from PIE adjectival suffix *-no-.
ana an·a (ān'ə)
Both in the same quantity; of each. Used to refer to ingredients in prescriptions.
Upward; up: anacrotic.
Backward; back: anaplasia.
Again; anew: anabiosis.