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Definition of the noun Alena (Aztekoraphidia)
What does Alena (Aztekoraphidia) mean as a name of something?
Alena (Aztekoraphidia) is a subgenus of Alena.
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Oregon Teachers Monthly (1912)
Mag 'alena is a woman's name. . Magellan discovered the strait, 1620. Maracaibo , water dwellers; they built on piles out in the lake to avoid mosquitoes, so Spaniards called it Venezuela, little Venice. Matto Grosso is covered with big bushes.
A Narrative of the Past, with Special Emphasis Upon the Pioneer Period of the Country's History, Its Social, Commercial, Educational, Religious and Civic Development from the Early Days to the Present Time by William Levi Gaston
To this union were born four children: Dore Alena is the wife of Henry Keller and they live near Mason ...
by Harry Foster Bain
The G alena is a very massive formation of considerable extent and of fair thickness. It is thick bedded, and the bedding planes themselves are not marked by any notable amount of shale or other foreign matter. The rock is of low elasticity and ...
Seeds Handbook (2004)
Processing And Storage by Babasaheb B. Desai
Alena is an open-pollinated tetraploid variety with watermelon fruits ...
Venango County, Pennsylvania (1919)
Her Pioneers and People, Embracing a General History of the County, and a Genealogical and Biographical Record of Representative Families by Charles Almanzo Babcock
Maud Alena is the wife of Frank Lee Atwell, a merchant, at Lisbon. Venango county ; Nellie May is the wife of R. Vincent ...
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