former name of .
a town in ne alabama.
gault, for example, did qualify as an alternate in 1988, but didn’t compete, and then missed the team in ’92 in albertville.
is it really that easy to be an olympic bobsledder? kevin fixler january 16, 2014
becoming white; whitish. adjective shading into, growing, or becoming white
albicans albicans al·bi·cans (āl’bĭ-kānz’) n. pl. al·bi·can·ti·a (āl’bĭ-kān’tē-ə) the white fibrous scar tissue in an ovary that results after the involution and regression of the corpus luteum. also called corpus albicans. historical examples there is nothing definitive here but the one word “albicans” quoted from micheli. the north american slime-moulds thomas h. (thomas huston) macbride […]
albiduria albiduria al·bi·du·ri·a (āl’bĭ-dur’ē-ə, -dyur’-) or al·bi·nu·ri·a (-nur’ē-ə, -nyur’-) n. the p-ssing of pale or white urine having a low specific gravity.
members of a catharistic sect in the south of france that arose in the 11th century and was exterminated in the 13th century by a crusade (albigensian crusade) and the inquisition. historical examples in the albigenses a lycanthrope also is described, a hideous human being that fancies himself a mad wolf. the supernatural in modern […]
members of a catharistic sect in the south of france that arose in the 11th century and was exterminated in the 13th century by a crusade (albigensian crusade) and the inquisition. historical examples it is important to distinguish clearly this waldensian movement from the so-called albigensian one. the influence of the bible on civilisation ernst […]