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  • ala Mrs. David H. Stewart Fair Hope, Ala.
  • alga Galls on Pilea, in Java, are due to an Alga-Phytophysa.
  • ali From morn till eve the streets are filled with bands of boys, and sometimes girls, blowing raucous blasts on hollow bamboos, which are adorned with a tin 'panja,' the sacred open hand emblematical of the Prophet, his daughter Fatima, her husband Ali and their two martyred sons.
  • alias By Himself 485 From Keene to his Editor 486 "Frau," alias "Toby"-Keene's last Drawing 488 "Cuthbert Bede" 492 T. Harrington Wilson.
  • apia Within the memory of man, the white people of Apia lay in the worst squalor of degradation.
  • aria The wing-buzzing bee nearest Nuova, whose name was Aria, seemed to be quite vexed with Nuova, for she said to her sharply: "Look out where you are going, you stupid! Are you blind and deaf?"
  • asia Even in Asia Minor this superstition is found.
  • Alma As she glided away and disappeared behind the curtain leading into the library, Alma looked after her, with very misty eyes, full of tenderness.
  • Alta 3. Kah, O kah mitlite Moses alta?
  • Alva Alva worked therein seven hours daily.
  • Alba On the fifth the Reichstag would be opened, and the Duke of Alba, with several experienced colonels, had arrived as harbingers of the approaching war.
  • Alisa Activists Marilyn B: Community Education Coordinator, Family Violence Project at the Urban Justice Center (domestic violence) Carole Byard: Board Member, Coast to Coast Women of Color (arts) Alice Cardona: 100 Puerto Rican Women and Puerto Rican Association for Community Affairs (education, bilingualism, women’s leadership) Alisa Del Tufo: Director, Family Violence Project at the Urban Justice Center (domestic violence) - clip Bhairavi Desai: Executive Director, New York Taxi Worker Alliance (labor organizing) Barbara Dobkin: Founder and Chair, May’an, Jewish Women’s Project (Jewish women’s community project) - clip Essie Duggan: Core Member, Wayside Baptist Church (religious outreach and training for girls) Annie Ellman: Director and Founder, The Center for Anti-Violence Education (support and self-defense training for women) - clip Miriam Gittleson: Director of Cultural Activities, Greater New York CIO (labor organizing) Emira Habiby Browne: Director, Arab-American Family Support Center (immigration, education, domestic violence) Ann Henderson: Director of Cooperative Development, Urban Homesteading Assistance Board (housing, tenant education and management) Maria Hernandez: Founding Member, Park Slope Women’s Center, AIDS Counseling and Education (women in and returning from prison) Nancy Kyriacou: Organizer and Administrator, Housing Conservation Coordinators (neighborhood development and prevention of homelessness) Joan Maynard: Executive Director, Weeksville Society (historic museum for the preservation of African-American culture and heritage) Maria Peralta: Associate Director, Bread and Roses (cultural project of Local 1199, Health Care Workers’ Union) Lola Poisson: Director, Haitian Community Health and Referral Center (mental health and community service center) Rachel Fruchter: Physician and Women’s Health Activist, Haitian Community Health and Referral Center (mental health and community service center) - clip Lillian Roberts: Associate Director, New York State Commissioner of Labor DC 37 (public employee organizing) Rosalba Rolon: Founder and Artistic Director, Pregones Theater (arts and culture, theater) Marie Runyon: Director, Harlem Restoration Project (housing, jobs, and assistance to women returning from prison) Iesha Sekou: Education Coordinator, BEGIN Project of Literacy Partners (education for employment) Peggy Shepard: Director, West Harlem Environmental Action Committee (environmental justice and racism) - clip Norma Stanton: President and Founder, HACER (job training, concerns of Hispanic women) Evelyn Sumpter: Director, Family Services Network (health and human services) Sandy Warshaw: Founder, Older Women’s League (concerns of aging women) - clip Debra Zimmerman: Executive Director, Women Make Movies (arts and culture, media, film) - clip
  • Ilia He thought only of Ilia.

4 words made from the letters alia

3 letter words made from alia:

iaa, ala, ail, ali.

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