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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.
Potential licensees in the game products industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Alexander The Great Chess Game on a worldwide basis.
Indeed, if Alexander the Great is studied by "war colleges throughout the world," then why another book?
A while ago, I reviewed an excellent novel about Bucephalus, the horse of Alexander the Great.
Speaking before the oppositional Macedonian A1 TV channel, Fule commented the decision by PM Nikola Gruevski's government to erect a 12-meter high statue of a "warrior on horseback" resembling Alexander the Great in downtown Skopje, which was finished over the weekend and enraged Greece.
Alexander the Great arrived in Skopje together with the symbolic that it carries with him, writes Emin Azemi in Thursday's commentary.
The coins include 97 copper pieces from the Romanian and Byzantine eras, 47 silver coins from the Islamic period, 95 Greek silver coins and 72 pieces with the head of Alexander the Great featured on one of their two faces.
AIRFIELD GROUND Lighting company ADB has been selected to bring the lighting solution of Skopje's Alexander the Great Airport up to date.
Dejan Lilik won the best actor award for the role of Alexander the Great in the play "Alexander the Great" performed by the Drama Theater from Skopje, while Rujis Begovska won the best actress award for the role of Jakasta in the play "Fenicanki" performed by the Strumica Theater.
MUCH has been written about Alexander The Great, the world's greatest conqueror, and Cleopatra, the world's most legendary queen.
ALEXANDER THE GREAT FAILURE: THE COLLAPSE OF THE MACEDONIAN EMPIRE examines the rise and fall of an empire which rested on the king's absolute authority: when the king failed his empire crumbled.
You have landed in the time of Alexander the Great, the mighty conqueror of the then-known world.