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“To the "Alf" of the Christian name he added "Alpha" representing the initial of the surname (I suspected the assistance of his lady-typist), making the complete word "Alf-Alpha" or, written phonetically, "Alfalfa" -- Spanish for lucerne.”
“Alfalfa, which is used for livestock feed and can be planted in spring or fall, is a major crop grown on about 22 million acres (9 million hectares) in the U.S.,”
“Alfalfa, which is used for livestock feed and can be planted in spring or fall, is a major crop grown on about 22 million acres in the U.S.,”
“You guys came up with some really great names, but Weird Kitty can only have one name to, y'know, to put on his Weird Kitty drivers license. stillnotbored proved that she must finally be bored to spend precious writing time on one of my silly contest, but her entry of "Alfalfa" takes the first prize.”
“Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer [IMDb] [Wikipedia] [YouTube]”
“He kinda looks like Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer in that first photo...with Audie Murphy eyes.”
“He handed me a slip of paper on which, over the dead body of "Alfalfa," he had jotted down the following notes: --”
“Koon makes note to look for “ACLU type” who will take on Society’s legal defense pro bono should Landesman find out that Society is discussing his article, Landesman call Alfalfa on cell with harsh language and threats, et al.”
“(1928-1993), Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer (1927-1959), Billie 'Buckwheat' Thomas (1931-1980), Tommy”
“Q Did "Alfalfa" Switzer ever appear in any John Wayne movies?”
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