- From a Middle English diminutive form of Alan, Alexander or Alice + -son. (Wiktionary)
“ALLISON (ph) (Audience Member): I'm Allison from Raleigh, North Carolina, and I was wondering if y'all could condense "Grease.”
“She moved that portrait aside, her gaze scanning a still life of roses, a slipper, a fan, and a filled dance card with the name Allison painted on it—a tender tribute to the first ball of the sister Tristan had adored.”
“She frisbeed one of the envelopes at the pledges’ feet, and Ariana saw the name Allison staring up at her in silver script.”
“Georgia had seen Ally’s kindergarten report with the name Allison Hope Bishop-Harmon across the top.”
“It's about what you'd expect, until the very last shot where we see that Allison is off to the coffee shop to read Atlas Shrugged.”
“Bloomberg reports that “Fannie Mae Chief Executive Officer Herb Allison is the leading candidate to run the Treasury office overseeing the $700 billion U.S. bank-rescue program”; Allison would replace Neel Kashkari.”
“Allison is understandably creeped out on "Medium" (CBS at 8) when she gets a skin graft on her hand, and the hand starts moving as if it has a mind of its own.”
“Andrea Allison is thankful for every tiny fear she has ever had as they continue to inspire her.”
“Allison Winn Scotch's blog, Ask Allison, is another generous blog.”
“Allison is so right, when i saw him talking for the first time i was just laughing, the mustache was hilarious.”
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