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alison

(ˈælɪsən)
n
1. (Plants) sweet alison another name for sweet alyssum
2. (Plants) small alison a rare compact annual, Alyssum alyssoides, having small yellow flowers: family Brassicaceae (crucifers)
[altered from alyssum]
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All glad to see me, including General Alison, commandant.
html) Beneath Her Heart ," a series of flashbacks also featured the return of Alison and Donnie's (Kristian Bruun) nosy neighbors, Aynsley ( Natalie Lisinska) and Chad (Eric Johnson).
Alison had faced felony drug charges involving methamphetamine and heroin stemming from arrests in March 2016 and again in March this year.
Founded 10 years ago today, Irish-based Alison is one of the world's largest free education and skills training platforms, recently registering its ten millionth learner.
Alison, 57, dropped from a 32 to a 14 - with her incredible transformation earning her a national award.
Alison, 42, has GNE myopathy, a progressive genetic disorder which causes weakness and wasting of muscles in legs and arms.
Fun Home' is the story of Alison and her dysfunctional family, and how she comes to terms with her own sexuality and her gay father.
The two were inseparable friends in the same class at Nields School in Slaithwaite, when Alison was 10 and Darren was 11.
Alison first arrived in the city as an undergraduate student at the University of Warwick, became a Justice of the Peace in 1979 and was chairman of Coventry Primary Care Trust from 2002 until 2013.
A post on the Juconi Mexico Facebook page said: "With deep sorrow we regret to inform that our general director, Alison Lane, passed away due to a medical complication after being hospitalised for several weeks.
A post on the Juconi Mexico Facebook page states: "With deep sorrow we regret to inform that our general director, Alison Lane, passed away due to a medical complication after being hospitalised for several weeks.