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Alexander BonthroneFounder in 1829 of the Auchtermuchty distillery (a.k.a. Stratheden), closed in 1926, located in Auchtermuchty, Fife, lowland (Scotland).Alexander dunn & Co. (Whisky Blenders) Ltd. (Bracknell, Berkshire, U.K.)Blending, bottling and marketing of scotch Whisky.Alexander DunnBlended and vatted scotch WhiskyAlexander edward of SanqhuarFounder of the following distilleries in Scotland:Craigellachie Distillery, in 1891, in Craigellachie, Aberlour, Speyside, HighlandAultmore Distillery, in 1896, in Keith, Banffshire, Speyside, HighlandDallas dhu Distillery, in 1898, in association with wright & Greig Co.Alexander ForbesFounder, in 1851, of the Clockserrie distillery (a.k.a. Isla), closed in 1926, in the area of Perth, Tayside, highland (Scotland).Alexander JohnstonCo-founder and constructor, with his brother Donald, of the Laphroaig distillery in 1815, in port Ellen, isle of islay (Scotland).Alexander LangCreator, with his brothers gavin and William, of the famous lang's blended scotch Whisky.Alexander MackayFounder, in 1824, of the port ellen Distillery, in isle of islay (Scotland).Alexander MathesonTrader, founder, in 1839, of the Dalmore distillery in Alness, Ross-shire, highlands (Scotland).Alexander MuirCo-founder, in 1893, with roderick MacDonald, of the company macdonald & muir bottlers and blenders of scotch Whisky.Alexander PearsonFounder of the edinburgh distillery in 1849 in Newington, lowland (Scotland).Sir alexander RamsayFounder, in 1824, of the Fettercairn distillery in Fettercairn, Kincardineshire, highland (Scotland).Alexander ReidFounder of the Macallan distillery in 1824, in Speyside, highlands (Scotland).Alexander SpeirsFounder of the Gleniffer distillery (a.k.a. Glenpatrick) in 1833, in the lowlands (Scotland).Alexander WilsonFounder, in 1871, of the Inchgower Distillery, in Buckie, Banffshire, Speyside, highlands (Scotland).

Co-founder, in 1895, with james gordon of the well-known scotch whisky company "Gordon & MacPhail", elgin (Scotland)

licensed grocer from kilmarnock (Scotland), creator of the very famous brand johnnie walker scotch Whisky

See Alexander, Archibald ; Alexander, james W.and Alexander, Samuel

(1772-1851) US presbyterian first president of Princeton; writer. wrote Thoughts on religious Experience.

(1804-1859) US Presbyterian; eldest son of Archibald;preacher; writer. wrote 1. The life of archibald Alexander, 2. Thoughts on family Worship, 3. Thoughts on Preaching, and 4. Consolation: discourse address to the suffering people of God.

(1859-1938) philosopher professor at Manchester; Realist metaphysics ; wrote Space, Time, and Deity; holds a theory of the mind called emergentism ; mind evolvesfrom matter and life; evolution produces genuine novelties not reducible to the elements of lower levels; each emergent has 1. a structure differing from the structure of its constituents and 2. a function peculiar to its level; the tendency toward emergence is identified as a nisus (striving) (see Bergson 's élan vital); there is a continuous interaction and interdependence of all the levels, as, e.g., of brain (life) and mind (interactionism ).

N M Alexander; (common greek name); (Alexander the great - macedonian king/general)

alexandern 1. european herb somewhat resembling celery widely naturalized in britain coastal regions and often cultivated as a potherb [syn: alexander, alexanders, black lovage, horse parsley, smyrnium olusatrum] 2. king of macedon; conqueror of greece and egypt and persia; founder of alexandria (356-323 bc) [syn: alexander, alexander the great ]alexander man-defender. 1. a relative of annas the high priest, present when peter and john were examined before the sanhedrim (acts 4:6). 2. a man whose father, simon the cyrenian, bore the cross of christ (mark 15:21). 3. a jew of ephesus who took a prominent part in the uproar raised there by the preaching of paul (acts 19:33). the jews put him forward to plead their cause before the mob. it was probably intended that he should show that he and the other jews had no sympathy with paul any more than the ephesians had. it is possible that this man was the same as the following. 4. a coppersmith who, with hymenaeus and others, promulgated certain heresies regarding the resurrection (1 tim. 1:19; 2 tim. 4:14), and made shipwreck of faith and of a good conscience. paul excommunicated him (1 tim. 1:20; comp. 1 cor. 5:5).alexander one who assists men   similar words(13) 

 alexander hamilton  sir william alexander craigie  alexander fleming  alexander graham bell  alexander vi  pope alexander vi  peter alexander ustinov  sir alexander korda  alexander bell  robert alexander schumann  sir david alexander cecil low  alexander woollcott  alexander wilson 

Noun1. european herb somewhat resembling celery widely naturalized in britain coastal regions and often cultivated as a potherb (synonym) Alexanders, black lovage, horse parsley, smyrnium olusatrum (hypernym) herb, herbaceous plant (member-holonym) Smyrnium, genus Smyrnium2. king of Macedon; conqueror of greece and egypt and Persia; founder of alexandria (356-323 BC) (synonym) alexander the great (hypernym) conqueror, vanquisher

   alexandre



→ son of simon the Cyrenian, who was compelled to bear the cross for our Lord. (Mark 15:21) → one of the kindred of annas the high priest. (Acts 4:6) → A jew at ephesus whom his countrymen put forward during the tumult raised by demetrius the silversmith, (Acts 19:33) to plead their cause with the mob. → An ephesian christian reprobated by St. paul in (1 timothy 1:20) as having, together with one Hymenaeus, put from him faith and a good conscience, and so made shipwreck concerning the faith. this may be the same with → alexander the coppersmith, mentioned by the same apostle, (2 timothy 4:14) as having done him many mischiefs.   

one who assists men  

man-defender. (1.) A relative of annas the high priest, present when peter and john were examined before the sanhedrim (Acts 4:6). (2.) A man whose father, simon the Cyrenian, bore the cross of christ (Mark 15:21). (3.) A jew of ephesus who took a prominent part in the uproar raised there by the preaching of paul (Acts 19:33). the jews put him forward to plead their cause before the mob. It was probably intended that he should show that he and the other jews had no sympathy with paul any more than the ephesians had. It is possible that this man was the same as the following. (4.) A coppersmith who, with hymenaeus and others, promulgated certain heresies regarding the resurrection (1 Tim. 1:19; 2 Tim. 4:14), and made shipwreck of faith and of a good conscience. paul excommunicated him (1 Tim. 1:20; comp. 1 Cor. 5:5). alexander the great the king of Macedonia, the great conqueror; probably represented in daniel by the "belly of brass" (Dan. 2:32), and the leopard and the he-goat (7:6; 11:3,4). He succeeded his father Philip, and died at the age of thirty-two from the effects of intemperance, B.C. 323. his empire was divided among his four generals.

Alexander is a common male first name. It also occurs, less frequently, as a surname.

State: NEW YORKCity: ALEXANDER

State: WEST VIRGINIACity: ALEXANDER

State: NORTH CAROLINACity: ALEXANDER

State: IOWACity: ALEXANDER

State: KANSASCity: ALEXANDER

State: ARKANSASCity: ALEXANDER

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A late 14th century english prose work in which alexander the great encounters an amazon queen, battles darius and later marries his daughter Roxana, and accounts for his death by poison at age 33. also an incomplete high german courtly epic by rudolf von Ems, where he is depicted as the ideal medieval ruler—brave, just, and generous.

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Word analysis of alexander

Length9
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MD5dd22141acb5ea065acd5ed773729c98f
SHA1e46fc836cca3acec03944314d1457c2ae6c68ef3