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- proper n. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Harry Howard Barton Allan (1882-1957).
- proper n. A male given name, a less common spelling of Alan.
- proper n. A surname derived from the given name, more often spelled Allen.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as alan.
- n. A provincial name for a species of jaeger, Stercorarius parasiticus.
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After sending out a whole bunch of letters (no internet to speak of at the time) I was contacted by my cousin Allan and I finally went out to meet the family there for the first time in 1996.
Clare Allan is an author and writer on mental health issues.
Allan is asked to retell a story, and he tells his group of drinking friends this one.
I called Allan from the bus and he was waiting for me on Cecil Street.
That's when I called Allan, so I was able to report to the campaign that wmtc had the news up immediately, and the Canada News Wire story had appeared within minutes of the vote.
And that, Allan, is pretty much the sum total of evidence presented in the book.
His friend, Jim Allan, is visiting from Canada and Pat has offered his knowledge as a gourmet chef to our members.
First stop, our local Second Cup, which holds a fond place in Allan and Laura History: it's where we discovered there were rentals we could afford in Port Credit.
Our ongoing goal - my goal, which I instilled in Allan - was to jockey our way into better and better day-jobs, decreasing the number of hours we had to spend working for money, and increasing the time we could spend writing or researching our own interests.