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Alar'con, king of Barca, who joined the armament of Egypt against the crusaders, but his men were only half armed.Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol 1|The Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D.
From long disuse marked alar collapse may interfere with the good results of the operation.
Two spotted ones, whose skins I have preserved, are smaller, being only thirty-four inches in alar extent.Round Cape Horn|Joseph Lamson
Horses drag the single carriage up the slight gradient to Alar; it returns by the force of its own impetus.
As the grey-bearded superintendent told us, Alar was the first town on the island to have electric light installed.