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al.1

1.
other things.
Origin of al.1
From the Latin word alia

al.2

1.
other persons.
Origin
From the Latin word aliī

AL.

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  • al. “Noe ac Eseye,” as if they were the names of some Saxon officers, who hurled the stone.

    Y Gododin Aneurin
  • al. “were not recognised,” having been so greatly mutilated.

    Y Gododin Aneurin
  • al. “Hud a phyd,” “The valour of the forward Elphin had recourse to wiles and stratagems.”

    Y Gododin Aneurin
  • al. “I saw at dawn a great breach made in the wall at Adoen.”

    Y Gododin Aneurin
  • al. “The warriors arose, met together, and with one accord,” &c.

    Y Gododin Aneurin
  • al. “Meinir,” the slender maid, which might refer to the daughter of Eudav.

    Y Gododin Aneurin
  • I hope you don't get the notion that I feel your part of it is easy, al.

    The Portygee Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • Honest, though, I think the hardest was when the news came that you was alive, al.

    The Portygee Joseph Crosby Lincoln

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