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, Fr. Alost, city (1991 pop. 76,382), East Flanders prov., W central Belgium. Aalst is a commercial and industrial center. Manufactures include textiles, clothing, and footwear. Known since the 9th cent.
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"One of the points I make is that research shows that a visual misimpression cannot be corrected with words," Alost said.
It was a job he took on as alost cause, mainly to get the turf in his studs again and reinvigorate himself in the game after his departure from Kilmarnock.
AGROUP ACCROATIA ALOST twice to Scotland in qualifying but still made it to South America via a play-off win over Iceland.
(4.) Since that time, Belgium has received acceptance for several other events of the list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity, namely the Holy Blood procession in Bruges in 2009, in 2010 the Carnival of Alost, falconry, a living human heritage item, the Houtern Jaarmarkt, an annual winter fair and animal market in Hautern Saint Lievin, the Krakelingen and Tonnekensbrand fire and bread festival from late winter to Grammont, the Louvain ritual of age classes in 2011 and the Marches of the Entre-Sambre-et-Meuse in 2012.
He adds that the 1990s were alost yearsa from which Bulgaria is still recovering.aPrivatisation was done very uneconomically.
Meanwhile, Vedomosti reported (23 Jan) that the government has suggested a number of caveats that would ultimately grant the president the right to dismiss an elected governor if he alost confidencea in a regional leader.
Laurette d'Alsace was the daughter of Thierry count of Flanders, and by the 1160s, she had been wife to no fewer than three prominent barons of northeastern France: Iwan of Alost, Raoul I of Vermandois, and Henry the Blind of Namur (Count of Luxembourg), all of whom are named in the commentary on Psalm 36 (37).
Within a month Foxcroft was back in London and calling on the Librarian at the Foreign Office, Sir Stephen Gaselee, who, at Cockerell's instigation, presented him with a gift for the Library, an incunable--Thierry Marten's edition of the Formula Vivendi, printed in Alost in 1490.
The jeweler Moortgat from Alost was acquitted in the court on the basis of self-defense.
The mile-and-a-half contest features unbeaten Shakespeare from the Bill Mott barn and the French-trained Alost, fourth in the Grade 1 Manhattan Handicap at Belmont on his US debut in June and then sixth in the Arlington Million.