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  • proper noun A female given name, an Old French form of Alice.

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Examples

  • It would appear from this that he lives with someone called Alix, and between them they share the usual kitchen and furniture items as well as "a blender/food processor which is decidedly un-minimalist," but which he rationalizes by saying it facilitates minimalist breakfasts.

    The New Smugness: Keeping it to a Minimum

  • Alix is charming, but does not seem to wish to spend as much time with the Americans as they do with her.

    On William Maxwell « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Then I ran into a hallway and called Alix and made her come out with me.

    hamletwildie Diary Entry

  • Madame Grès, born Germaine Krebs, was once as well-known as her contemporary Coco Chanel, but while Ms. Chanel sold mass-produced ready-to-wear, Ms. Grès designed only hand-made haute couture that sold first as the label "Alix" and later as "Madame Grès."

    Collecting Vintage Dresses Like Art

  • To paraphrase Alix their "argument" is: "Ken is just a judicial murder supporting, homophobe supporting commie.

    Archive 2008-03-30

  • To paraphrase Alix their "argument" is: "Ken is just a judicial murder supporting, homophobe supporting commie.

    Green-Lib Dem Squabble Redux: Vote Ken, Vote Sheila

  • Black resin and brass studs make the "Alix" ring stylish.

    Splendicity

  • Black resin and brass studs make the "Alix" ring stylish.

    Splendicity

  • Black resin and brass studs make the "Alix" ring stylish.

    Splendicity

  • Black resin and brass studs make the "Alix" ring stylish.

    Splendicity

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