noun, plural al·ex·an·ders.(used with a singular or plural verb)
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They went on shore again about ten oclock, and, attended by the rowers, inquired the way to Sir Alexanders.
In 1810 fresh friction was created by Alexanders objection to Napoleons matrimonial ambitions.
As it was, the deification of the ruler had to provide the nexus, as in Alexanders empire.
Mr. Girard has just told me that he was going to stay here to-night, in Mr. Alexanders absence.
Youre so near to them both I thought that perhaps Do you know anything about the real state of Mr. Alexanders affairs?