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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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"It has felt like I've had more support up here since Alisdair moved up," she said.
The horror attack only ended when Alisdair's friends bravely stepped in.
"I wanted to give Alisdair the best start in life and by giving him breast milk, I think I have.
Provost John Simpson presented a framed scroll to General Alisdair Irwin, honorary corporal of the Black Watch.
Alisdair Macleod-Urie, Becky Stroud, and Nikki Shurvinton.
The book's editor, Alisdair Aird, wrote that they had been "quietly building up an impressive roster of attractions."
The philosopher, Alisdair MacIntyre, in After Virtue, noted that modern thought is suspicious of the idea that man is created with an essential nature or `self'.
His constructive position depends, in different ways, on the work of Alisdair MacIntrye (especially his criticism of the "Enlightenment project"), Ralph McInerny (notably his rejection of the "transcendental turn" of modern philosophy and its attendant anti-realism), and, most importantly, Henry Veatch (especially "ontological foundationalism").
The appositional theme is further carried out in the music, which juxtaposes haunting traditional fidle and bagpipe by Alisdair Fraser and the spunky urban folk style of Ashley Maclsaac.
Bank worker Alisdair Cameron, 32, was undergoing cancer treatment in the Royal Alexandra Hospital, when his wife Natalie surprised him with a unique parcel.
Alisdair Little and Sean Thornely were amongst the wickets and Luke McBurnie finished with three wickets for 15.