Alder


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Al·der

(ahl'dĕr),
Albert von, Swiss hematologist, 1888-1951. See: Alder anomaly, Alder bodies.
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Alder, of Eggleston, County Durham, had previously admitted 16 counts of obtaining money by deception in court in September and yesterday returned to be sentenced.
An ambulance was called but Mr Alder was pronounced dead at the scene.
Professor Michael Brown, Chairman of Alder Hey Children's Charity said the appeal was important.
Most of the scheme, which includes demolition of the old premises and reinstating lost parkland, will be funded through cash generated by Alder Hey and charity donations, with pounds 104m borrowed through PFI.
The Japanese and others had no negative perceptions of red alder.
The first phase of construction will close Alder from Franklin to 11th Avenue and leave one lane open for southbound traffic on Alder between 11th and 13th.
In reality, Alder had been a policeman for a short time more than 20 years ago.
In contrast, heavy stained red alder decreased in popularity from 18.
Another widespread point of view prefers 'blood' as the original meaning of leppa, later lending its name to alder for the red sap of the tree.