Ash may refer to:
Other articles related to "ash":
... Entertainer Belinda Evans was born in 1978 in Ash, and is a soprano singer ... She has a BA(Hons) in Music, and also has a postgraduate diploma ...
... Ash Crimson (アッシュ・クリムゾン, Asshu Kurimuzon?) is the new anti-hero for The King of Fighters 2003, in which he makes his first appearance in the series as the leader of the New ... Ash is designed with the intent of creating an "attractive evil character", with few changes made to him since conception ... Ash is cunning and manipulative, often condescending to friend or foe at his whim, and has ambiguous morals in his actions ...
... appearance of a human, very similar to Ash Crimson ... After the battle with Saiki, Ash Crimson takes his power, seemingly killing him ... This plan backfires as Ash ends up being possessed by Saiki and turns into a shadowed version of himself called Evil Ash (known by fans as Dark Ash) to act as the game's final boss ...
... Barkston Ash is a small village and civil parish close to Selby in North Yorkshire, England ... A local legend has it that the ash tree which stands in the centre of the village and gives it its name also marks the exact centre of Yorkshire, and that ... The Barkston Ash wapentake was named after the village ...
... due to sediment build-up resulting from the ash fall ... into the Sakawa, into which huge volumes of ash fell, resulting in temporary dams ... following the Hōei eruption, caused an avalanche of volcanic ash and mud and broke the dams, flooding the Ashigara plain ...
Famous quotes containing the word ash:
“Of the crow-blue mussel shells, one keeps
adjusting the ash heaps;
opening and shutting itself like
—Marianne Moore (18871972)
“And in the next instant, immediately behind them, Victor saw his former wife.
At once he lowered his gaze, automatically tapping his cigarette to dislodge the ash that had not yet had time to form. From somewhere low down his heart rose like a fist to deliver an uppercut, drew back, struck again, then went into a fast disorderly throb, contradicting the music and drowning it.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)
“Greasing the bodies of adulterers
Like Hiroshima ash and eating in.
The sin. The sin.”
—Sylvia Plath (19321963)