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alexia

[ə′lek·sē·ə]
(medicine)
Loss of the ability to read.
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We have his sister Alexia in school, and she is being very brave and incredibly resilient about it.
The park remained shut yesterday, with floral tributes left for Alexia.
Alexia Akre and |Andrew Adshead with the Mappa Earlsdon
packages (11 ounces each) Alexia Southern Sweet Potato Blend
Chris and Louise, from Llantrisant, could not travel in the ambulance with Alexia, so they rushed home to pack a bag while Louise's mother stayed with their five-year-old daughter Delacey.
Emma Boyle (referrals mentor at TBG Learning), Beth Horridge, Kieran Harrison and Alexia Tsalkitzoglou (progressions mentor at TBG Learning).
Shell scientists developed Shell Alexia S4 based on their unique 20 year understanding of oil stress
For an animation explaining the benefits of Shell Alexia S4 please go to: http://www.
Alexia believes that this was mainly down to the explosion of Latin telenovelas on Cypriot terrestrial television.
Brokers Alan Kleber and John Marshall will become equity principals at the firm, while Matthew Cheezem and Alexia Koeppel will be senior advisor and corporate services associate, respectively.