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  1. Alistair is a fictional character from BioWare's Dragon Age franchise, first appearing as a companion and party member in Origins. Alistair is the first full companion the player gets if they don't choose the Human Noble origin, and is a fellow Grey Warden alongside the player character. Over the course of the game, Alistair is revealed to be the heir to Ferelden's throne, and may be put on as king. It is also possible to sacrifice him at the end of the game against the archdemon.
  2. Alistair is an English nomadic vampire. He is described as tall and dark haired, with a misanthropic, brooding personality. Alistair has a deep mistrust of all authority and although he counts Carlisle as his closest acquaintance, he doesn’t visit more than once a century. He has the power to track people and feels an elusive pull towards a persons location which helps him find them. His ability is better described as more of a sensory of a kind, he sensed the presence of the Volturi. Being that there was a large number of them he sensed the large presence of every vampire, in others words it's impossible to sneak up on him; whether his ability is drawn towards the mental or physical aspects of a person is unknown. He ran away before the Volturi arrived to accuse the Cullens, despite his promise to act as a witness on their behalf.
  3. Alistair is a fictional character from L'Auberge Espagnole.
  4. Alistair is a fictional character from the 2014 film Posh.
  5. Alistair was an acquaintance of Doctor River Song, with whom he had danced with in the past. He came to the conclusion that River was onboard his ship, the Byzantium when he discovered one of his guards with hallucinogenic lipstick on his cheek. When he ecountered River, Alistair intended to have his guards kill River and make it look like she was trying to escape, but she delayed by predicting that the ship would not arrive at its destination. This allowed an airlock door to open into space, expelling her to be rescued by the Doctor in the TARDIS. The pressure of the ship's air evacuating into space forced Alistair to hold onto a nearby pipe, but it is unclear if he survived. The Byzantium later crashed as predicted, killing everybody on board, except for the lone Weeping Angel, which was being carried in the hold of the ship.
  6. Alistair is a fictional character from the book About a Boy, appearing in the movie About a Boy.
  7. Alistair is a fictional character from The Hidden Eye.
  8. Alistair is a fictional character from the book Two Weeks with the Queen.
  9. Alistair is a fictional character from the 2010 film Open Season 3.
  10. Alistair is a fictional character from the 2006 biographical drama film Faith Like Potatoes.
  11. Alistair is a fictional film character.
  12. Alistair is a fictional film character.

There are other characters with in their name, like Alistair Crane and Alistair Graham.

Phrases with Alistair

  1. alistair cooke
  2. alfred alistair cooke

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Google previewCritical Thinking (2002)

A Concise Guide by Tracey Bowell, Gary Kemp

Alistair is a vegetarian. C) Alistair is a Green Party member. It is tempting to think that this argument is inductively forceful, but this would be a mistake( themistake is known as the 'baserate fallacy'; see the discussion in Chapter 4). In fact ...

Google previewIntroduction to Marine Biology (2016)

Biology, Marine biology by CTI Reviews

Alistair is a male given name. Alasdair is the Scottish Gaelic spelling of the name, in origin the Gaelic form of the name Alexander (Greek Αλέξανδρος Aléxandros). Also common is the anglicised spelling ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Television News (1999)

by Michael D. Murray

Alistair. Cooke. toward a specific program in a given market. They are survey reports which tabulate both statistical information and open-ended questions. The questions of the survey revolve around the basic statement of the research ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Post-Colonial Literatures in English (2004)

by Eugene Benson, L.W. Conolly

Alistair. (1936–). Canadian shortstory writer, novelist Born inNorth Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada, MacLeod MacLeod, Alistair 930 .

Google previewEncyclopedia of Television Film Directors (2009)

by Jerry Roberts

Charles J arrott, John Korty, Eric Laneuville, Robert Michael Lewis, Robert Mandel, Geoff Murphy, Larry Peerce, Alistair Reid, Adrian Shergold, Robert Townsend, Peter Werner Espionage: Michael Anderson, Martin Campbell, Larry Elikann, ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Anglo-American Relations (2009)

by Sylvia Ellis

COOKE,ALISTAIR ° 87 British government during the crisis. In contrast, Anglo—American disagreements were also seen during the Cold War. During the Vietnam War, the British supported U.S. action but refused to send troops.

Google previewThe MMA Encyclopedia (2010)

by Jonathan Snowden, Kendall Shields

Alistair Overeem defeated Lee Tae-Hyun (KO) Shinya Aoki defeated Katsuhiko Nagata (gogoplata) Dream 5 7/ 21/08 ...

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A professional is someone who can do his best when he doesn't feel like it. (Alistair Cooke)
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Scrabble value of A1L1I1S1T1A1I1R1

The value of this 8-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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