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- Alice Green is an American political activist, living in Albany, New York. She is perhaps most notable for her campaigns for political office for Lieutenant Governor of New York in 1998, and for Mayor of Albany in 2005. Green has been the Executive Director of The Center for Law and Justice, a not-for-profit community organization for many years. Her activism against racism and on issues of criminal justice has made her notable as well.
- Alice Green is the daughter of John Green.
Alice Green is a fictional film character.
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A Tale of Tudor Times by Emily Sarah Holt
Alice Green is a real person, but not Elizabeth Briggs. 2 On Lady Lisle's best beds, the quilts were satin and the blankets fustian. The washing apparatus, in every room but one, was conspicuous by its absence. How the family performed this ...
Alice Green is a keen collector of antiques and frequently attends garage sales looking for a bargain. Alice has a good knowledge of antique furniture and monitors price fluctuations and trends. Alice spotted a fine example of an antique table ...
Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
Judy Kelly (Alice Green), Anthony Bushell (Tony Fields), Phyllis Dare (Claire Winslow), George Merritt (Imp. Wolf). Reginald Purdell (The Reporter), Gus McNaughton (Collins), Hal Gordon (Sgt. Granger), Kenneth Kove (The ...
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