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alar

[′ā·lər]
(biology)
Winglike or pertaining to a wing.
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For more information, those interested to attend may contact Pauline Alary at email: ps1@mfcci.com.
"We still haven't got to the bottom of Alary, but he's filled out a bit as he was a big frame of a horse," Tizzard told At The Races.
Alary would be unlikely to have it all his own way in the Peter Marsh Chase if Brian Ellison's Definitely Red turns up.
Alary said the successful working-together relationship of Aircelle and Boeing teams contributed to the on-time accomplishment of the critical design review and industrial kick-off.
Pierre Alary, the company senior vice president and chief financial officer, said, 'With EUR5.4 billion of commitments received and 21 new banking relationships, Bombardier is pleased with this clear demonstration of bank support for its business plan.'
Laura Alary, who made it the subject of a newly-published children's book aptly entitled, Is That Story True?
5,868,727; James Barr, Marc Alary, Henri Brisebois, Paul Lefebvre and Anita Dupressoir, assignors to Johnson & Johnson, Montreal, Canada.