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a·lex·in

(ă-lek'sin),
Obsolete term for serum bactericidal compenents now described within complement system.
[G. alexō, to ward off]

alexin

(ə-lĕk′sĭn)

alexin

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Formosum pastor Corydon ardebat Alexin, delicias domini, nec quid speraret habebat.
Loving dad of Jacquie and Gordon, much loved pop of Lisa, Calvin, Gavin and Alexin and great-grand-pop of Olivia, Bradley, Max, Joel and Alaia.
The sentence that follows also speaks to the paradox of chance, using language that juxtaposes life and death: "The seed of our destruction will blossom in the desert, the alexin of our cure grows by a mountain rock, and our lives are haunted by a Georgia slattern, because a London cutpurse went unhung" (3).
Holy Cross outshot the Tigers, 13-7, in the first period, but they were 0 for 3 on the power play and trailed, 2-0, after one, the first goal by Brent Alexin coming short-handed.
A November groundbreaking marked the arrival of Alexin LLC in Bluffton, where it's building a $57 million aluminum recycling facility to manufacture aluminum billet.
EBRD is considering providing a corporate loan to the company Oil and Gas Systems to finance the construction of a greenfield hot press stamping plant near the town of Sukhodol, Tula region; the modernization of the foundry shop in the Alexin plant; and the refinancing of existing loans.
Menalca regala a Mopso il proprio flauto; con esso ha composto alcuni canti, di cui rievoca i versi iniziali: fonnosimi Corydon ardebat Alexin (v.
Brent Alexin tipped in a Brennan Sarazin shot from the left side of the crease.
The company also expects to work in the northern Indiana community of Bluffton, where Alexin is building a new aluminum casting facility
My favourite photograph is of Alexin his Everton shirt.