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Alastair is a fictional character on The CW Television Network's drama and horror television series Supernatural, appearing in its fourth season. A particularly infamous torturer in Hell, he is portrayed in succession by actors Mark Rolston, Andrew Wheeler, and Christopher Heyerdahl due to his demonic ability to possess human hosts. The writers created the character to explore series protagonist Dean Winchester's experiences while in Hell, particularly Alastair's tutelage of Dean in torturing other souls. The character received generally favorable reviews from critics, with fans at the time considering him one of the series' best villains.


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Alastair: Hans Henning Otto Harry Baron von Voigt, best known by his nickname Alastair, was a German artist, composer, dancer, mime, poet, singer and translator.

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  • died in (46 years ago)

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Google previewCritical Thinking (2014)

A Concise Guide by Tracy Bowell, Gary Kemp

Alastair is a vegetarian. C) Alastair is a Green ...

Google previewForty-three Drawings (1914)

by Alastair

The modern critics who search for rhythm and lind it where its existence is a little doubtful must, however, be delighted to have heard already from the Press, that Alastair is a musician and a dancer with _professional ambitions. lf these ...

Google previewModels for Practice With Immigrants and Refugees (2017)

Collaboration, Cultural Awareness, and Integrative Theory by Aimee Hilado, Marta Lundy

Alastair is a passionate advocate and activist and in 2013, alongside the Refugee Law Project (Uganda) and MSSAT (New Zealand), co-founded and took part in the very first South-South Institute on Sexual Violence Against Men and Boys ...

Google previewBeginning Spatial with SQL Server 2008 (2009)

by Alastair Aitchison

Alastair is a Microsoft Office Specialist Master Instructor and has delivered numerous training courses to individuals and small groups on a range of software packages. About the Technical Reviewer □EVAN TERRY is the chief technical xxi ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Science Fiction (2015)

British sciencefiction writer After publishinga handful of promising short stories during the late 1990s, Alastair Reynolds established himself as a major new talent on the basisof hisfirst novel, which also proved to be the opening ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Interior Design (1997)

by Joanna Banham

Brussels: Palais des Beaux-Arts, 1989 Duncan, Alastair, Art Nouveau and Art Deco Lighting, London:...

Schuster, 1978 Duncan, Alastair, Art Deco Furniture: The French Designers, London: Thames and Hudson, and New York: Holt Rinehart, ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Kierkegaard's Philosophy (2000)

by Julia Watkin

Hegel; Alastair McKinnon: Similarities and Differences in Kierkegaard's Account of Hegel; Jeremy Walker: The Paradox in Fear and Trembling; Vincent McCarthy: Melancholy and Religious Melancholy in Kierkegaard; Vanina Sechi: The Poet; ...

Google previewCompanion Encyclopedia of Archaeology (1999)

by Graeme Barker

Alastair. Northedge. INTRODUCTION The Middle East in medieval times is normally connected with Islam, which appeared from the time of the first revelation of the Qur'an to the Prophet Muhammad about AD 610 at Mecca in Arabia (Fig.

Google previewThe Sartre Dictionary (2008)

by Gary Cox

Alastair Hannay (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1992). Kierkegaard, Soren, Fear and Trembling, trans. Alastair Hannay (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1985). Kierkegaard , Spren, The Sickness unto Death, A Christian Psychological Exposition for ...

Google previewThe John Adair Lexicon of Leadership (2011)

The Definitive Guide to Leadership Skills and Knowledge by John Adair

efore the development ofthe float process by a research team led by Sir Alastair Pilkington, glass-making was labour-intensive and time-consuming, mainly because of the need for grinding and polishing surfaces to get a brilliant finish.

Google previewCompanion Encyclopedia of Geography (2002)

The Environment and Humankind by Ian Douglas, Richard John Huggett, Mike Robinson

Alastair. D. Couper. INTRODUCTION Life began in the oceans some 3.5 billion years ago, possibly as single-cell microscopic bacteria and algae similar to the phytoplankton that flourish in the ocean surface layers today (see Chapter 3).

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We've created an impression that life is risk-free, and it's not. (Alastair Wood)
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Scrabble value of A1L1A1S1T1A1I1R1

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