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Al·mén

(awl'mĕn),
August Teodor, Swedish physiologist, 1833-1903. See: Almén test for blood.
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Having gone in front, Watford missed a great chance to double their lead a couple of minutes later when Almen Abdi's floated free-kick picked out the unmarked Gabriele Angella, but he headed over the top.
IT'S NOT AL OVER YET: Almen Abdi (left) celebrates with Troy Deeney after giving Watford an 86th-minute lead
Almen Abdi slotted home the resulting penalty to earn the Serie A high flyers a barely-deserved draw at Parkhead.
Meanwhile, at Parkhead, Almen Abdi's late penalty salvaged a point for Udinese in their Europa League Group I clash with Celtic.
The Eva Judd O'Meara Award for the best review published in Notes was awarded to Kofi Agawu for his review of A Theory of Musical Narrative by Byron Almen, published in Notes 66, no.
Approaches to Meaning in Music, edited by Byron Almen and Edward Pearsall.
Bill Almen, of Nuneaton-based Exitile, stepped down as branch chairman at the annual meeting held at Twycross Zoo and Jenny was seen as the ideal replacement to bat on the side of business in the area.
Almen Abdi sent Lukasz Zaluska the wrong way with his penalty to leave the stunned home side with one point from two games.
The gamble looked justified when Gary Hooper was hauled down and Ki Sung-Yeung hammered home the penalty but Scottish football was denied a European boost when Almen Abdi slotted home a late spot-kick.
Representatives from companies in north Warwickshire were invited to the event at Twycross Zoo by Bill Almen, chairman of the northern branch committee of the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce.
John Von Almen officiated after some initial hesitation.