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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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"When Alexander the Great conquered the Persian Empire he declared that he wanted to make the Gulf as rich in trading and development as the Phoenician Coast in the Mediterranean," Dr Parpas said.
Apart from Jewish lore about Alexander, in Ethiopia Alexander became a Christian holy man, while for the nineteenth-century Bedouin, Napoleon was Iskander returning to Egypt (see, in brief, Tam, Alexander the Great, 143-45).
it might house the remains of Alexander the Great, whose final
Golubova contracted Miami, Florida-based product management services leader Innovation Direct[TM] to represent the Alexander The Great Chess Game to potential licensees for a 2 year period.
Alexander the Great became king of Macedon in 336 BC aged 20 and died twelve years later.
Recreating a lost book from the third century BC is an ambitious task, one that Andrew Young earnestly attempts in The Lost Book of Alexander the Great. With "a little bit of literary forensics," he pieces together citations from later manuscripts that reference Ptolemy's History.
ALEXANDER the Great, the warrior king of Ancient Greece, died after having a drink spiked, an expert in poison from the University of Birmingham has concluded.
So long as there is an Alexander the Great next door who sees a
Bidding by depositing sealed tenders for the lease of 30 years to upgrade on the Avenue Alexander the Great in Thessaloniki 2 property that houses the hotel Macedonia Pallas property of IKA.
Skopje Alexander the Great Airport has seen its passenger numbers improve by 2% in January 2013 compared to the same month last year.
This is bound to be what happens to readers of Alexander the Great.
Greek warfare; from the Battle of Marathon to the conquests of Alexander the Great.