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Alessa a.k.a. Alessandra Carlino is a film editor and producer.

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Google previewNames and Their Histories (1898)

A Handbook of Historical Geography and Topographical Nomenclature by Isaac Taylor

Alessa is an island near Rhodes. The name is a corruption of the Greek Elaeussa ., the isle of ' olives/ AletSCh Horn, in the Bernese Oberland, is the ' Avalanche Peak.' The local dialect word avalens, or alerts, ' an avalanche/ is derived from ...

Google previewVanquish (2015)

Alessandra Powell Series Book 4 by Krystal White

Alessa is a brand new Italian built 46 meter beauty. In it there's a playroom for the kids, an office, a bar, two living rooms, four bedrooms as well as an ample kitchen in which a chief is preparing our meal. Moreover, on the upper deck there's a ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Gulf Arab States (2007)

by Malcolm C. Peck

Alessa, Sharnlan Y. The Manpower Problem in Kuwait. Boston: Kegan Paul, 1981.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Rose Science, Three-Volume Set (2003)

by Thomas Debener, Serge Gudin

Raffel; Port Stockton Nursery Alessa LCl, mr, 1988; Jensen Alex C.

Google previewA General Biographical Dictionary (1826)

Containing a Summary Account of the Lives of Eminent Persons of All Nations by John Gorton

Disserta- zione sopra una statua di marmo trovata nella campagnadi Alessa," 8vo ; 3. " Osservazioni critiche sopra un libro stampato in Catania nel, 1747," 4to ; 4. " Siciliae populorum et urbium, regum quoque et tyrannorum veteres minimi ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopaedia (1860)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People

ALESSA'NDRIA, the principal fortress and town of the province of the same name in the kingdom of Sardinia, is situated in a marshy country near the confluence of the Bormida and Tanaro. It was built in 1168 by the inhabitants of Cremona, ...

Google previewA New Dictionary of the English Language. -London, Pickering 1836-37 (1837)

by Charles Richardson

Alessa. The word was introduced Ma'ssaa. into the northern languages also. Ma'ssmo, n. Skinner says, Bar. Lat. Alissa, and Vossius, that it is undoubtedly used-a mittendo pro missio; the people being dismissed ...

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Scrabble value of A1L1E1S1S1A1

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