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Alamodality Al`a*mo*dal"i*ty, n.
The quality of being [`a] la mode; conformity to the mode or
fashion; fashionableness. [R.] --Southey.
Alamode Al"a*mode`, adv. & a. [F. [`a] la mode after the
According to the fashion or prevailing mode. ``Alamode beef
Alamode Al"a*mode`, n.
A thin, black silk for hoods, scarfs, etc.; -- often called
simply mode. --Buchanan.
AlamortAlamort Al`a*mort", a. [F. [`a] la mort to the death. Cf.
To the death; mortally. Calamospiza melanocorysLark Lark, n. [OE. larke, laverock, AS. l[=a]werce; akin to D.
leeuwerik, LG. lewerke, OHG. l?rahha, G. lerche, Sw.
l["a]rka, Dan. lerke, Icel. l[ae]virki.] (Zo["o]l.)
Any one numerous species of singing birds of the genus
Alauda and allied genera (family Alaudid[ae]). They
mostly belong to Europe, Asia, and Northern Africa. In
America they are represented by the shore larks, or horned by
the shore larks, or horned larks, of the genus Otocoris.
The true larks have holaspidean tarsi, very long hind claws,
and usually, dull, sandy brown colors.
Note: The European skylark, or lark of the poets (Alauda
arvensis), is of a brown mottled color, and is noted
for its clear and sweet song, uttered as it rises and
descends almost perpendicularly in the air. It is
considered a table delicacy, and immense numbers are
killed for the markets. Other well-known European
species are the crested, or tufted, lark (Alauda
cristata), and the wood lark (A. arborea). The
pipits, or titlarks, of the genus Anthus (family
Motacillid[ae]) are often called larks. See Pipit.
The American meadow larks, of the genus Sturnella,
are allied to the starlings. See Meadow Lark. The
Australian bush lark is Mirafra Horsfieldii. See
Lark bunting (Zo["o]l.), a fringilline bird (Calamospiza
melanocorys) found on the plains of the Western United
Lark sparrow (Zo["o]l.), a sparrow (Chondestes
grammacus), found in the Mississippi Valley and the
Western United States.
Monothalamous Mon`o*thal"a*mous, a. [Mono- + Gr. ? chamber:
cf. F. monothalame.] (Zo["o]l.)
PolythalamousPolythalamous Pol`y*thal"a*mous, a. [Poly- + Gr. ? a chamber.]
Many-chambered; -- applied to shells of Foraminifera and
cephalopods. See Illust. of Nautilus.
Thalamocoele Thal"a*mo*c[oe]le`, n. [Thalamic + Gr. koi^los
The cavity or ventricle of the thalamencephalon; the third
ThalamophoraThalamophora Thal`a*moph"o*ra, n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. qa`lamos
chamber + ? to bear.] (Zo["o]l.)
Same as Foraminifera.
Meaning of Alamo from wikipedia
- The Battle
of the Alamo
(February 23 – March
6, 1836) was a pivotal event
in the Texas
a 13-day siege, Mexican troops under
- The Alamo Mission
(Spanish: Misión de Álamo
), commonly called
and originally known
as the Misión San Antonio
de Valero, is an historic
- The Alamo Christian Foundation
is an American
cult that was founded
in 1969 by Christian evangelist
and one of his wives, Susan Alamo
] (listen)) is a town in Álamos
Muni****lity in the Mexican state
of Sonora, in northwestern
- The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
is an American cinema chain founded
in 1997 in Austin, Texas
that is famous
for serving dinner
and drinks during
- The Alamo
is a 2004 American Western
of the Alamo during
Revolution. It was directed
by John Lee Han****, produced
Rent a Car is a rental
car agency based
in Clayton, Missouri, United
States. The company
has branches across North
- Tony Alamo
to: Tony Alamo
(1934–2017), American founder
of Alamo Christian Foundation Antonio Alamo
, Jr., known
as Tony Alamo
is an unincorporated community
and census-designated place
(CDP) in Contra Costa
County, California, in the United
States. It is a suburb
- The Alamo
is a 1960 American
war film about
the 1836 Battle
of the Alamo produced
by John Wayne
and starring Wayne