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European herb somewhat resembling celery widely naturalized in Britain coastal regions and often cultivated as a potherb

king of Macedon

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Alisdair believes a "walking Metro map" could help raise awareness of the benefits of making an early disembarcation.
I am pleased to see that Alisdair Grant got a custodial sentence, but I cannot believe he was only banned from driving for four years.
But Alisdair recalls what happened next as if it was last night.
Alisdair Staughan, a former head of communications at Huddersfield Town, joins Fantastic's senior team as head of PR and content marketing.
Grey Worldwide's Alisdair Miller has won the second 'Creatives Behind the Lens' photography competition.
The company was the brainchild of Mainframe field sales executive Alisdair Beveridge, business development manager for Homefix 24/7.
Sally Sinclair, 40, was killed by "controlling" Alisdair Sinclair in a "frenzied attack" part-witnessed by children on August 16 last year.
The five-year-old son of Sakhee, who is about to embark on his first season at Whitsbury Manor Stud at pounds 6,500, has been secured in a deal brokered by Alisdair Chisholm on behalf of a syndicate that includes Sir Patrick Hogan of Cambridge Stud.
Alisdair Sinclair (47), was accused of stabbing his wife Sally, aged 40, to death at their home in Amport, Hampshire, on August 16 when he appeared at Basingstoke Magistrates Court.
Alisdair Suttie, a freelance journalist from Edinburgh, was one of those trying to get home again today.
Added Sir Alisdair Breckonridge, chairman of the trial steering committee: "This is a pioneering trial and, if successful, will have huge implications for the way we treat HIV.
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'.