Annet may refer to:
- Annet, Isles of Scilly is the second largest of the 50 uninhabited Isles of Scilly
- Anetto Futatabi aka Annet Again, is a 1993 video game for the Japanese Sega Mega CD
Other articles related to "annet":
... Desiree No Nominations No Nominations Walked (Day 109) Georgie Koos, Annet Miranda, Robin Robin, Ed Annet, Robin Robin, Desiree Koos, Robin Desiree, Heike No Nominations ...
... Lord Thomas (or Sweet Willie) is in love with Fair Annet, or Annie, or Elinor, but she has little property ... His mother promises to curse him if he marries Annet and bless him if he marries the nut-brown maid ... Fair Annet dresses as splendidly as she can and goes to the wedding ...
... Born in Paris Marie-Annet, as she styles herself, started her career in 1994 with Darkness, a group consisting of her and rapper True (later known as ... After this success, Marie-Annet joined German Eurodance group Fun Factory in 1995, replacing Balja as lead singer ... After the breakup of the original Fun Factory in 1997, Marie-Annet joined former Fun Factory member Steve and rapper Rodney Hardison in a trio named Fun Affairs ...
... At the time of publication of Lousley’s flora in 1971, 53 species of ferns, flowering plants and grasses had been recorded on Annet ... They are as follows- Bracken (Pteridium aquilinum) Sea Spleenwort (Asplenium marinum) Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) Common Scurvy-grass (Cochlearia officinalis) Danish Scurvy-grass (C ...
... Unlike the first and second entries, which are 2D platform video games, Annet Futatabi is a side scrolling beat-em-up that deeply resembles Sega's Golden Axe and ... Annet's magic has five levels and is regulated by a power meter, and regenerates automatically ... In addition to magic, Annet wields a sword, rather than bladed boomerangs ...
Famous quotes containing the word annet:
“Lord Thomas was buried in the church,
Fair Ellinor in the choir;
And out from her bosom there grew a red rose
And out of Lord Thomas a briar.”
—Unknown. Lord Thomas and Fair Annet (l. 7780)
“there it entwined like a true loves knot
For all true loves to admire.”
—Unknown. Lord Thomas and Fair Annet (l. 8384)