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alexia

[ə′lek·sē·ə]
(medicine)
Loss of the ability to read.
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"The popularity of this fortnight is amazing and I'm so pleased so many events are taking place in the Midlands," Alexia adds.
Alexia, who is trained by Eric Gittens, was the tenth Panamanian winner of the race but the third in the past four years.
To design a model of her invention, Alexia glued a small plastic bowl inside a larger one.
Performance by Greek singer Alexia as part of the Kypria International Festival.
Bruno, the Steppe egale, and Alexia, the Tawny eagle were shot dead E Hartles Photography.
Alexia is a teacher and Jenny is a scientist and they decided to share their expertise with activities grounded in scientific research to promote children's happiness.
Alexia, then five, came running downstairs to tell her mum and dad, Christina and Ciprian, that Mihail was "stuck".
Distraught Vida Kwotuah ran over screaming Alexia's name before trying to revive her as she lay unconscious.
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.
Ten-year-old Alexia Bates and 16-year-old Raven Street took top honours at the Miss Tiara UK pageant at Birmingham's Ramada Jarvis Hotel.
"However, I was speaking to a friend and they said why don't you go for Alexia if it's a girl and Alexus for a boy instead - so we did.