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Synonyms for alder

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Many of them regarded Alder as a friend and some had known him for 30 years.
Mr Alder, of Hull, hit his head on the road after an early morning fracas outside a club.
This older alder is growing on the west side of Jumilla Avenue between Strathern Street and Roscoe Boulevard in Canoga Park.
In classical physics applications, in statistical mechanics--that is, the theory of gases--it can go to three times Avogadro's number, the number of atoms in a gram-mole of an element or compound, Alder says.
We hope that everyone supports Alder Hey as you never know when something like this might happen and your life gets turned upside down.
Martin Alder is the Managing Director of Optimum Energy Ltd.
It marks a new era for Alder Hey which set out on its mission to build a new hospital fit for the 21st century Welcome Andrew eight years ago.
Bisgaard, "We are excited to join Alder as an investor at this important time in the company's evolution.
Alder will twin several of these holes to test the reproducibility of the results.
in Kent, WA, has been in the red alder business for more than 30 years.
The project also will add traffic lights and a crosswalk at Alder and Franklin to allow bicyclists and pedestrians to cross Franklin and get to and from the Alton Baker Park area and the city's riverside bicycle trails.
Ex-policeman Alder, 48, of Offord Darcy, Cambridge shire, carried a fake MI5 identity card and drove a BMW with the registration MI5 SPY, Peterborough Crown Court was told.
Respondents were asked to select their favorite cabinet door from a group of seven doors: cherry, maple, red oak, hickory, red alder with no stain, red alder with a moderate stain, and red alder with a heavy stain.
Heroin addict Alder plunged a knife so far into girlfriend Stacey Trainor's neck that it lodged in her spine.
The same name as is used for alder refers in Finnic dialects also to the blood of a killed animal, as well as to the blood or liquid mixed with blood issuing from a living body (e.