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Al·ex·an·der

(al-ek-zan'dĕr),
Gustav, Austrian otolaryngologist, 1873-1932. See: Alexander hearing impairment.

Al·ex·an·der

(al-ek-zan'dĕr),
W. Stewart, 20th-century New Zealand pathologist. See: Alexander disease.
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Her son Allistair added: "It came as a great shock to the family.
CSO (Community Service Officer) Karen Lee with youngsters from left Allistair Wright, Ruby Drysdale, Greg Campbell, Celia Hitchen and Mason Powell.
He qualified for the final but knows the opposition will be tough, including Ireland's Allistair Cragg, the European indoor champion.
Allistair Hollis ran up the most substantial rink win defeating Terry Paget's four 32-13.
Allistair Elliott said yesterday that, on behalf of himself and his fellow staff, he has sent William Hill Plc an open letter regretting the decision not to pay a bonus and asking the management to reconsider.
Clive regularly contributes to Weekending, The News Huddlines and wrote the sit-com Hair In The Gate, starring Allistair McGowan.
Pupils Steven Love, of Hope, Christopher Edwards and Daniel Williams, of Llay, and Allistair McHugh, of Penyffordd, had to make their promotional video for a voluntary organisation.
The highest win came on rink four when Allistair Hollis' four managed to humble Stuart Thomas' four 30-13.
Planning administrator Mr Allistair Clarke, aged 28, shed tears as well as his locks when he had his first haircut for ten years.
Judge Allistair Devlin told Enniskillen Crown Court that between March and August last year McGlinchey stole around PS8,150.
But his grandad, Allistair Hutchison, 77, said he was a "ticking timebomb".
Johnathan Dobson, Daz Smith and Allistair Simmons were on target for Leam, Eddie Routledge and Andrew Walker for Hill.