Alexander


Alexander

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(as used in expressions)
William Alexander Abbott
Agassiz, Alexander (Emmanuel Rodolphe)
Alexander, Harold (Rupert Leofric George) Alexander, 1 conde
Cartwright, Alexander (Joy)
Cockburn, Sir Alexander (James Edmund), 10° baronet
Crowe, Sir Eyre (Alexander Barby Wichart)
Alexander Frederick
Archibald Alexander Leach
Willem Alexander Paul Frederik Lodewijk
Haley, Alex(ander Palmer)
Humboldt, (Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich) Alexander, Freiherr (barón) von
Jackson, A(lexander) Y(oung)
Jesse Woodson James y Alexander Franklin James
Alexander Liholiho
Macdonald, Sir John (Alexander)
MacDowell, Edward (Alexander)
Edward Alexander McDowell
Cornelius (Alexander) McGillicuddy
Milne, A(lan) A(lexander)
Mundell, Robert A(lexander)
Olaf Alexander Edward Christian Frederik
Palmer, A(lexander) Mitchell
Richards, (Isaac) Vivian (Alexander)
Schuller, Gunther (Alexander)
Schumann, Robert (Alexander)
Marcus Aurelius Severus Alexander
Sienkiewicz, Henryk (Adam Alexander Pius)
Simon, Herbert (Alexander)
Stephens, Alexander H(amilton)
Stirling, William Alexander, 1 conde de
Ustinov, Sir Peter (Alexander)
Watson Watt, Sir Robert Alexander
Woollcott, Alexander (Humphreys)

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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