alp casualty rates are said to be double those of the Afghan National Army and National Police.
When the alp was taken over by the communists, it broke away and helped form the Liberal Party.
This to the committed partisans of the alp meant the papers were unreliable, unpredictable, and treacherous.
Over the past six months at least 180 alp officers have been killed.
The official adds that young boys, too, are not immune from sexual assault by the alp and arbakai.
alp was to lead the last round with his sweet Zara, and then they must part, though soon to meet again.
"They 're mean vicious, these alp dogs, and never to be trusted," said Quackinboss.
The dear doctor visits us now every day, and as soon as he opens the door, he calls, 'Away to the alp!'
They may say what they like, but compared with him, alp Arslan is a white-livered Giaour.'
Two strong porters came up the alp, each carrying on his back a fresh, white bed.
1590s, "any high, snow-capped mountain," from Alps, from French Alpes, from Latin Alpes "the Alps," perhaps from altus "high," or albus "white" or from a Celtic word (according to Servius), or a pre-Indo-European root. Alps, the European mountain range, attested by that name in English from 1550s.
Mountain system of south-central Europe.
Note: The Alps provide scenic beauty and the location for an abundance of winter sports, making them a popular tourist destination.
A list processing extension of Mercury Autocode.
["ALP, An Autocode List-Processing Language", D.C. Cooper et al, Computer J 5:28-31, 1962].