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Alfred, Alfred the Greatnoun
king of Wessex; defeated the Vikings and encouraged writing in English (849-899)
Alfred the Great, early king of England
Alfred the Great, early king of England.
A male given name from Old English.
Unfortunately for me my father had combined diplomacy with a study of Anglo-Saxon history and, of course with my mother's consent, he gave me the name of Alfred, one of his heroes. This Christian name, for some inexplicable reason, had become corrupted in the eyes of our middle-class world; it belonged exclusively now to the working class and was usually abbreviated to Alf. Perhaps that was why Doctor Fisher, the inventor of Dentophil Bouquet, never called me anything but Jones, even after I married his daughter.
A patronymic surname.
A town, the county seat of York County, Maine, United States.
Etymology: From Old English ælf- = "elf" + -ræd or -rēd = "counsel".
Alfred is a town in Allegany County, New York, United States. The population was 5,237 at the 2010 census. The Town of Alfred has a village named Alfred in the center of the town. Alfred University and Alfred State College are located in the Village of Alfred.
The numerical value of Alfred in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of Alfred in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
I really got to know Alfred Hitchcock when we went to Stowe, Vermont, whenever we had lunch there, and we were on location 12-14 weeks, all the local women would cook us lunch for the whole crew. And each would bring out their best dishes every day. And whenever we had lunch, Alfred Hitchcock was the first one to examine the dishes … I would just follow Alfred Hitchcock and go, ‘ Oh, was that a good one, Alfred Hitchcock ? ’ And Alfred Hitchcock would go, ‘ Yes, that’s the one I ’m going to have. ’.
The Wallace line -- named after its discoverer Alfred Russel Wallace -- delineates major biological division separating the species with Asian origins from those with Australasian ones.
I felt as if I'd walked into the Alfred Hitchcock film 'The Birds,'.
Imagine a world without Darwin. Imagine a world in which Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace had not transformed our understanding of living things. What... would become baffling and puzzling..., in urgent need of explanation? The answer is: practically everything about living things....
I can forgive Alfred Nobel for having invented dynamite, but only a fiend in human form could have invented the Nobel Prize.
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