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- proper noun A
mountainin the south Taconic Mountains in Massachusetts.
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That the Alander has much of the Swede in his composition is shown by the neatness of his dwellings and cleanly mode of life.
The consul then resumed his advance; on the first day he reached the Alander and the day after, a village called Tyscon.
His next halt was at Anabura; the day following he encamped at the source of the Alander, and on the third day at Abassium.
■ Alander Gooden, whose record stretches back to 1998, was arrested for carrying a gun on June 2, 2007, after police said he appeared nervous and shaking and crawled out of his car as they approached him on a Dorchester street.
"There's nothing I can do to eradicate your pain or sorrow," Alander said to Moore's father.