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  • The cavalry of all of these orders were placed to the right and the left of these three battalions, the ranks of which cavalry, from their shape and place, they called Alae [Wings], because they seemed like two wings of that body.

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  • But Iranian special envoys such as Alae'ddin Broujerdi (chairman of Iran Majlis '- Parliament's - foreign affairs and security commission) was a frequent visitor to the Amu Darya region and Panjshir Valley, cajoling and motivating the anti-Taliban resistance.

    Americans and Iranians Fooled For 30 Years

  • But Iranian special envoys such as Alae'ddin Broujerdi (chairman of Iran Majlis '- Parliament's - foreign affairs and security commission) was a frequent visitor to the Amu Darya region and Panjshir Valley, cajoling and motivating the anti-Taliban resistance.

    Iranians and Americans Fooled For 30 Years

  • "E kali oe ia manawa, ina e lohe oe i ke keu a ka Alae, a me ka leo o ka

    The Hawaiian Romance Of Laieikawai

  • Morini librum, cui titulus, Alae tellvris fractae: epistola IV. de Motu impresso a Motore translato.

    Pierre Gassendi

  • The side opposite to the gate was called Tablinum; and the other two sides, Alae.

    De vita Caesarum

  • It is not known at what period the _imagines_ were transferred from the Atrium to the Alae.

    A History of Rome During the Later Republic and Early Principate

  • Alae vexillo fere dimidio breviores, basi semicordata.

    Expedition into Central Australia

  • _Alae_ incumbentes, abdomine longiores, nervo primo simplici.

    Visit to Iceland

  • Conservationists at Waimea Valley are celebrating the recent birth of three Alae Ula chicks.

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