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alexia

[ə′lek·sē·ə]
(medicine)
Loss of the ability to read.
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A few weeks before her freshman year, Alexia caught what appeared to be a typical cold and fever.
However, Alexia has nearly a decade of experience in Financial Services, and she brings an in-depth understanding of financial and operational performance within the industry, having worked on several business transformation programs within the payments and broader financial services industry.
Alexia added: "The place was giving the kids something to do.
In 2004, Alexia received funding from Positive Vibes, formerly known as Ibis, to conduct training on HIV-AIDS at Kamanjab.
Alexia, then five, came running downstairs to tell her mum and dad, Christina and Ciprian, that Mihail was "stuck".
Alexia Akre, aged eight, her mother and sister, also contributed their vibrant ideas, which included three unique characters and a 'dance only' zone in the town.
Chris, 33, an engineering manager, said that doctors at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Llantrisant, where Alexia was born, had realised something was wrong as soon as she was born.
Chris and Louise could not travel in the ambulance with Alexia so they rushed home to pack a bag while Louise's mother stayed with their five-yearold daughter Delacey.
Her husband does too, but Alexia and Johnny have reservations: Alexia always remembering her grandmother's description of the sexual violence of the rapist, and Johnny continuing to question the sincerity of the bishop's fervent expressions of Christian ideals.
For more information about TBG Learning's Breeze project, or Foundation Learning programmes, contact Alexia Tsalkitzoglou on 0121 200 2646.
In lieu of flowers, memorial remembrances can be made to the Alexia Duddie Educational Fund, care of Millbury Credit Union, 50 Main St.