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Alcide was a British Thoroughbred racehorse. It is widely believed that Alcide would have won Epsom's 1958 Derby had not probable foul play prevented him from running. A form line through Nagami, who was third in the Derby, gives credibility to the theory that a fully fit Alcide would have won the race. During this period there was an alarming amount of apparent villainy in racing and it seems likely that the broken rib that Alcide sustained in his stable after he had won the Lingfield Derby Trial was deliberate.
- born in (61 years ago), child of Alycidon
Alcide is a fictional character from the 1990 film I'll Be Going Now.
Alcide: Alcides, ou La triomphe d'Hercule is an opera by the French composers Louis Lully and Marin Marais, first performed on at the Académie Royale de Musique on 3 February 1693. It takes the form of a tragédie en musique in five acts and a prologue. The libretto is by Jean Galbert de Campistron.
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by Scott L. Balthazar
ALCEST E, OU LE TRIOMPHE D'ALCIDE. T rage'die en musique; music by Jean-Baptiste Lully, libretto by Philippe Quinault based on Euripides; prologue and five acts; premiered Paris, Opera, January 1674.
by Bo Beolens, Michael Watkins, Michael Grayson
Alcide. Hummingbird genus Alcidius Boucard, 1895 NCR [NowinOreotrochilus] ( See D'Orbigny). Alcippe. Babbler (Pellorneidae) genus Alcippe Blyth, 1844 Alcippe was the daughterofAres, the god of war in Greek mythology. Alcippe was ...
by Joseph Smith, Simon Davis
0 DE GASPERI, ALCIDE ing from state censorship. Under the threat of a general strike, on November 24 the government began negotiating over the release of political prisoners. Jakes resigned the next day, but the strike proceeded, ...
by Derek W. Urwin
/ de Gasperi, Alcide Truman Doctrine (q.v.). While it sent signals to the Warsaw Pact that nuclear retaliation would be the response to a conventional attack on Western Europe, the guarantee was never given in the form of an explicit ...
by Paul Akermann
Eleven A-class boats were present at the Coronation Review in 1953, but only one (ALCIDE) remained for the Nato Naval Review sixteen years later. ALLIANCE, AMBUSH, AMPH ION, ANCHORITE , ANDREW and possibly others did ...
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"A" Class Submarine "HMS Alcide", 1,120 tons, launched 1945, as rebuilt with a sail conning tower at Devonport Dockyard during the Plymouth Navy Day, 08/61. The "A's" were designed specifically for Pacific operations and were the best submarines Britain produced in WWII. "Alcide" is moored next to the Submarine Depot Ship "HMS Adamant" (12,700 tons, launched 1940). Scanned photograph taken with a simple Brownie 127, hence dubious quality.
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