Definition of Alews

1. alew [n] - See also: alew



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alews

aleurone grain
aleurones
aleuronic
aleuronoid
aleurons
aleuroplast
aleuroplasts
aleutian mink disease
aleutian mink disease virus
alevin
alevins
alew
alewife
alewives
alews (current term)
alex
alexander disease
alexanders
alexandrine
alexandrines
alexandrite
alexandrites
alexia
alexias
alexic
alexical
alexin
alexin unit
alexine

Literary usage of Alews

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1. A Treatise on the Effect of the Contract of Sale on the Legal Rights of by Colin Blackburn Blackburn (1887)
"In alews v. Can- (p), in 1856, the defendant called on the auctioneer the day after the sale, and asked what lots were unsold. The auctioneer pointed them ..."

2. Cases in Equity: Selected from Decisions of English and American Courts by George Henry Boke (1915)
"At the date of the partition deed, and for some years before, the surface of the alews, which was about twenty feet in width, was partially covered by a ..."

3. The American Travellers' Guides: Hand-books for Travellers in Europe and the by William Pembroke Fetridge (1868)
"One of the most convenient places of resort in Paris is the extensive literary establishment of alews. ..."

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