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Alemande is a village in the Bimah Prefecture in the Kara Region of north-eastern Togo in Africa.
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by Maurice Waite
origin Old French alemande. almost adv. very nearly. alms /ahmz/ pl. n. (in the past) money or food given to poor people as charitable donations. – origin Greek elee ̄mosune ̄ 'compassion'. almshouse n. (in the past) a house built and funded through charitable donations which offered free accommodation for poor people. aloe /a-loh/ n. a tropical plant with thick tapering leaves. – origin Greek aloe ̄. aloe vera /a-loh veer-uh/ n. a jelly-like substance obtained from a kind of aloe, ...
by Michael Werner
waltz, rigodon, alemande, and minuet (often performed with sets of variations). In some instances, some individual dances were heard by the dancers first in a major key followed immediately by a version in the minor key. Spanish and Mexican ...
Oxford Dictionary of English (2010)
by Angus Stevenson
— ORIGIN Middle English: from Old French alemande, from medieval Latin amandula, from Greek amugdalé. aImond eyes > plural noun eyes that are narrow and oval with pointed ends. almond 0“ > noun [mass noun] oil expressed from bitter almonds, used for cosmetic preparations, flavour— ing, and medicinal purposes. aImond paste > noun [mass noun] marzipan. aImoner /' u:mena ...
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Scrabble value of A1L1E1M3A1N1D2E1
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