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Alph

sacred river in Xanadu. [Br. Poetry: Coleridge “Kubla Kahn”]
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Alph, sent off at 25-1, has run well on occasion in similar small-field affairs, but the majority of his career has been undistinguished.
The latter led from the start and was still in control under Robert Thornton when he came down to gift the contest to Royal Shakespeare, the 9-4 favourite, who scored by a length and a quarter from Alph with Mister McGoldrick two lengths back.
La ALPH de Autlan se constituyo en 1975, seis anos despues de que principiara la produccion de hortalizas para el mercado de exportacion en el valle de Autlan.
HELP US TO HELP HURRICANE VICTIMS: (from left, top) Angela Knight and Lloyd Hall; (bottom) Vibert Cornwall and Alph Knight with some of the donations that have already been received for the Hurricane Ivan appeal to help people in the Caribbean islands.
Nevertheless, Alph atec president Willem de Vries says, although the company is in serious difficulties, recovery is possible if the revised plan is accepted and speedily implemented.
Mitchell, right, talks with Mary Hill and R alph Moore after he showed a rose named after her.
The poem begins with these well-known lines: "In Xanadu did Kubla Khan/A stately pleasure dome decree:/Where Alph, the sacred river, ran/Through caverns measureless to man/Down to a sunless sea.
Of the 200 sayings of GSC which are not also found in Alph, and N, 50 are quotations from the works of Abba Isaiah, a fifth-century Egyptian monk who emigrated to Gaza.
It begins with a description of Xanadu, where the great Mongol ruler Kubla Khan has built a "pleasure dome" on the river Alph.
August 1989 -- Acadia Markets completes its purchase of 12 Skaggs Alph Beta stores, six in Arkansas and six in Kansas and Oklahoma.
It will also manufacture other chemicals like Tetra Hydro Furane (10,000 tonne per annum), Triazole (5,000 tonne per annum), Di Methyl Carbamide (15,000 tonne per annum) and 16 Alph Hydroxyl Prednisolone (2,000 tonne per annum).