- Celtic name borne by early Breton saints, of disputed origin and meaning; brought to England by Normans. As an early Irish name, perhaps connected with ail, ‘noble’. It may have been the name of a Celtic deity, the brother of Bran, Welsh Alawn, Celtic Alun, ‘harmony’. (Wiktionary)
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“It's hard for her to even say the word Alan without crying," Judy Gross said.”
“How much of Stephen White is reflected in Alan Gregory?”
“Alan is absolutely right - comics are decades ahead of games in terms of depth and complexity of subject matter (and I've loved video games since I got my Odyssey 2 in 1979).”
“Alan is a unique artist in that he is an innately proficient recording engineer, producer and musician with a three tiered career that has made music history on each level.”
“Why were visions of sugarplums dancing in Alan Simpson's head?”
“Suddenly Alan is pulled into a mystery that reaches back years to a camping trip at the Grand Canyon involving Merideth's fiancé and five friends whose lives were changed forever when a young woman mysteriously vanished from the Canyon floor.”
“In the book, little of Nemo's past is explored other than having him wracked with guilt over the death of former crewmembers and prone to obsession over his travels (Though Verne's sequel, "The Mysterious Island", does has him revealed as a deposed Hindu prince, an idea somewhat popularized in Alan Moore's "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen").”
“You try tellin 'Alan Dershowitz he's parked more than a foot from the curb.”
“Alan is a great guy, and an inspired leader, but he really burned some bridges at the agency.”
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