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alary

(ā′lə-rē)
adj.
Variant of alar.
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As a student and teacher of the Bible, Alary found herself mediating heated discussions about whether or not something in scripture--such as the creation story in Genesis--happened historically.
gonorrhoeae in developing countries is largely related to poor accessibility to diagnostic tests and appropriate treatments (Laga et al., 1991; Alary, Laga, Vuylsteke, Nzila, & Piot, 1996).
It's a solid, working class pastime - up there with driving me Jags and spending me pounds 134,000 s alary.
Godolphin's trainer, successful with Moonshell in 1995 and Kazzia 12 months ago, reports the RL Davison Pretty Polly Stakes winner and Prix Saint Alary runner-up is in fine shape.
"Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today and forever," was highlighted by three speakers: Laura Alary, a post-graduate student at Knox College; Glen Davis, Moderator of the 126th General Assembly; and Peter Ma, minister of Celebration North Church, Toronto.
Elsewhere on the card, Dominque Boeuf won the Group One Prix Saint Alary on Nadia and the Group Two Prix Vicomtesse Vigier on Speedmaster, trained by Francois Doumen.