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  • proper noun A surname.

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Examples

  • Alda is also known for his acerbic sense of humor which is demonstrated in such films as The Four Seasons (1981), Sweet Liberty (1985), and A New Life (1988).

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  • Alan Alda is best known for his role as Hawkeye Pierce on the long-running television series M*A*S*H.

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  • 'In plain English, Alda,' said her brother, 'the objection is yours.'

    The Pillars of the House, V1

  • Alan Alda is amazing, and yeah, play at the embittered loser is fun as hell:) 1: 24 PM

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  • "Thomas Wake of Liddell claims to have a free chase for fox, hare, wildcat, and badger, within the boundaries of his barony of Middleton, namely, from the place called Alda on the Costa to the standing stone above the Spital Myre of Pickering, etc."

    The Evolution of an English Town

  • No existing product represents a complete cure, Zakhari added, but he pointed to a study that found a molecule called Alda-1 repairs the defective ALDH2 enzyme.

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  • The molecule is called Alda-1, although its chemical name is "quite a bit more complicated," said Thomas D. Hurley, a professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at Indiana University, who is working with researchers at Stanford University on the project.

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  • It’s called the Alda and has a nice cropped fit as well as a great red gingham lining.

    KN | Kitsune Noir » Bridge & Burn Alda Jacket

  • 'Alda's selfishness is a great power,' muttered Felix; and Wilmet was too much ashamed to contradict him, except by 'She is vexed because she has not heard from Ferdinand,' as they hastily made their way to the warehouse, which, being on the north side of higher buildings, never did get scorched through.

    The Pillars of the House, V1

  • What had been adoration of a place where she communicated best by cooking with her mother-in-law, Alda, turns to dismay at a decaying house in a town no different from the Jersey shore.

    A Longing to Feed Her Neighbors

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