- 1844–1925, queen consort of Edward VII of England.
- Classical Mythology. Cassandra(def 1).
- a female given name: derived from Alexander.
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Contemporary Examples of alexandra
Edward and Alexandra were the most permissive royal parents.Kate and William’s Royal Family Values
September 22, 2014
The most important thing is to make sure Alexandra is ready.Femen’s Abusive Patriarch, Victor Svyatski, Exposed in 'Ukraine Is Not a Brothel’
March 12, 2014
Alexandra Saitova of Team Russia is 21, while her Skip Anna Sidorova is 23.Curling: Your New Olympic Addiction, Explained
February 13, 2014
In one clip, Vogue UK editor Alexandra Shulman talks about first putting Beckham on the cover of the magazine.Barneys New York Campaign Stars Transgender Models; Burberry Vows to Eliminate Toxins From Clothing
The Fashion Beast Team
January 30, 2014
As Alexandra Richie notes, it is one from which Poland “will never truly recover”.While the World Watched: The 1944 Warsaw Uprising
December 29, 2013
Historical Examples of alexandra
His one sin in the eyes of Alexandra Feodorovna was that he hated Germany.
So you can return to Alexandra Feodorovna and tell her what I say.
Alexandra Feodorovna held her breath at hearing those words.
Excuses were made for Alexandra Feodorovna's non-appearance.
He has the police at his back; I have Alexandra Feodorovna—so we win always.
- 1844–1925, queen consort of Edward VII of Great Britain and Ireland
- 1872–1918, the wife of Nicholas II of Russia; her misrule while Nicholas was supreme commander of the Russian forces during World War I precipitated the Russian Revolution