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  • ailing I felt very ailing when I rose....
  • airline They have information about airline schedules and prices, hotels and the latest ski weather forecast.
  • alien "Oh, an Alien, eh?
  • align Zerol bevel gears can be thought of as spiral bevel gears, which also have curved teeth, but with a spiral angle of zero, so the ends of the teeth align with the axis.
  • aligned Damis carefully aligned the red rod on the Viceregal palace.
  • alike I never saw a mother and daughter look so much alike.
  • aline Aline and her friend Lilian Kenyon, as well as the latter's brother were with me.
  • alive You've told my wife and my father-in-law that I was alive.
  • allen Isn't Stephen Allen an abolitionist?
  • alone Why, Mr. Izzard alone would be-dreadful!
  • alpine Alpine Blocks on the Jura.
  • cline Clinitrachus argentatus, the Cline, is a species of clinid found in shallow waters of the Atlantic coasts of Morocco and Portugal through the Mediterranean Sea to the Sea of Marmara and the Bosporus Strait.
  • kline
  • line
  • saline
  • Alan From Dr. Osler's at the Charles-street corner of the south side-in the old Colonial mansion where now the Rochambeau apartments stand-to Dr. Alan P. Smith's on the north side next to the old Maryland Club building at Cathedral street, there were in all five doctors.
  • Elaine
  • Olin
  • Alana July 28: Senior Teah Gant, junior Alana Trotter and sophomore Anya Covington have been named tri-captains of the University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team for the upcoming season.
  • Alice Alice, you know that I would do anything for you!
  • Arlene actress; battled breast cancer in 1992 (died at age 63 from undisclosed causes in 2013) Ruby Dee, American stage, film and television actress (died at age 91 from natural causes in 2014) Delia Derbyshire, English pianist; composer of electronic music and musique concrète (died from renal failure at age 64 while recovering from surgery) Diana Douglas, British-American actress; survived breast cancer but died of an unspecified cancer at age 92 on July 3, 2015 at the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, California Betty Ford, United States First Lady; survived breast cancer (died at age 93 following a stroke) Wenche Foss, Norwegian actress; survived breast cancer (died at age 93) France Gall, French singer (died at age 70 from an infection complicated by cancer of undisclosed nature) Greta Garbo, Swedish-American actress; apparently survived breast cancer following a double mastectomy; causes of death per one of her biographies were kidney and stomach failure and pneumonia; died in 1990 (died at age 84) Paulette Goddard, American actress; apparently survived breast cancer, but died at her villa in Porto Ronco, Switzerland from heart failure under respiratory support due to emphysema (died at age 79) Rosalie Gower, Canadian nurse, civil servant and city councillor; died of a stroke during an ongoing battle with breast cancer (died at age 82) Ruth Mosko Handler, American creator of Barbie and Nearly Me prosthetics; she survived breast cancer in the 1970s (died following colon cancer surgery at age 85) Julie Harris, Academy Award-nominated, Emmy and multiple Tony Award-winning American film, stage and television actress, survived breast cancer (died at age 87 in 2013 from heart failure, following several strokes) Alma Reville, Lady Hitchcock, English-American actress and assistant film director, wife of film director Sir Alfred Hitchcock; survived breast cancer (died of natural causes aged 82) Jennifer Jones, Academy Award-winning American film actress; survived breast cancer (died at age 90 from natural causes) Carolyn Kaelin, American surgeon and breast cancer researcher; survived breast cancer that was first diagnosed in 2003; died of glioblastoma multiforme in 2015 at age 54 Vera Katz, American politician (first woman Speaker of the Oregon House of Representatives; 45th mayor of Portland, Oregon); later diagnosed with adenosarcoma; died of leukemia in 2017 at age 84 Jean Keene, "Eagle Lady" of Homer, Alaska, American activist; she underwent a mastectomy in 1994 and was labeled as a "breast cancer survivor" (died at age 85 on January 13, 2009 from undisclosed causes) Kathy Keeton, South African-born and bred Penthouse publisher; wife of publisher/collector Bob Guccione; died from complications during surgery on an intestinal obstruction after having first treated herself with hydrazine sulfate, reportedly reducing the size and number of tumors (died at age 58) Evelyn Lauder, American businesswoman, socialite, philanthropist and breast cancer awareness activist (died at age 75 from ovarian cancer) Nikolai Leskov, Russian writer (died at age 64), suffered with breast cancer as well as angina pectoris, asthma and other ailments, so it is impossible to know what role the cancer played as the deciding cause of death Shari Lewis, American ventriloquist, entertainer and singer; survived breast cancer, but died in 1998 from uterine cancer (died at age 65) Myrna Loy, American actress, had a double mastectomy; died during surgery for undisclosed causes (died at age 88) Arlene Martel, American actress and dancer, primary cause of death given as complications from cardiac bypass surgery but she had also been battling breast cancer over the last five years of her life (died at age 78) Jan Maxwell, American actress and singer, died from meningitis complicated by breast cancer (died at age 61) Rue McClanahan, American actress; survived breast cancer, but died in 2010 following a stroke (died at age 76) Susannah McCorkle, American singer; survived breast cancer but suffered for many years from depression and committed suicide in 2001 at age 55 by leaping off the balcony of her apartment in Manhattan Jane McGrath, wife of Australian cricket champion Glenn McGrath; a cancer support campaigner and activist who was originally diagnosed with breast cancer, later bone cancer (declared in remission), but died, aged 42, from complications during brain cancer surgery Charlotte Mitchell, English actress who died in Chiswick, London, on 2 May 2012, aged 85, from pneumonia, after suffering from breast cancer and myeloma.
  • Ilene
  • Arline "We can decide on a name later," said Arline.
  • Earline

34 words made from the letters aline

3 letter words made from aline:

ain, lie, lin, lea, ail, ale, nil, enl, ali, lei, ani, ane, lan.

5 letter words made from aline:

enlai, aline, alien, anile.

4 letter words made from aline:

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