When a top Mobutu confidant named Colonel alphonse Bangala purchased the island, Lometcha bought shares.
Mucha, the son of the iconic Art Nouveau poster artist alphonse Mucha, was a man with a lot of secrets to keep.
Pennsylvania played host to the most infamous criminal in history: alphonse ‘Scarface’ Capone.
alphonse Giraud and I swore to the clothing—indeed, the linen was marked plainly enough—and we left the undertaker to his work.
alphonse was unlocking the front door, and now threw it open.
And Isabella, as alphonse subsequently told me, received this offer with an ill-concealed smile.
Beyond lay alphonse, drugged with morphia, after an intolerable day.
As to alphonse, the moment he regained the freedom of his limbs, he recovered all his gaiety.
Captain alphonse and the other passengers, however, would not see this.
alphonse shivered, though every one could see that he was merely making pretence to be frightened.
masc. proper name, from Spanish Alfonso, from a Germanic source (cf. Old High German Adalfuns, from adal "noble;" see atheling + funs "ready"). The Alphonsine tables are named for Alphonso the Wise, 13c. king of Castile.