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Alexander (in the Bible)

Alexander, in the Bible. 1 Kinsman of Annas. 2 Son of Simon of Cyrene, probably a Christian. 3 Heretic condemned by Paul. 4 Coppersmith who did Paul harm. 5 Jew who tried to speak during a riot at Ephesus. The last three may be the same man. The Alexanders in the books of the Maccabees are Alexander the Great and Alexander Balas.

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Alexander

Alexander2 in Greek mythology, the name given to Paris of Troy (see Paris1), by the shepherds who brought him up in exile.

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alexander

alexander A cocktail; usually gin, crème de cacao, and cream, although other spirits may be used.

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Alexander (in Greek mythology)

Alexander, in Greek mythology: see Paris.

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Alexander

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