Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Alexander"

The meaning of "Alexander" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does He often talked fondly about Alexander the Great, and she saw him as her own conquering hero mean?
A: She admired him and praised him
Q: What does Alexander GrahamBell's first telephone went over the same wires used for telegraph message. "went over the same wires" mean?
A: the telephone used the same wire as the telegraph message
Q: What does Written by Alexander Tylee Illustrated by Kieran Rynhart mean?
A: Alexander tyless wrote the book and kieran rynhart drew the pictures
Q: What does Alexander suddenly wheeled the horse and raced back at tremendous speed. mean?
A: figurative language, as if the horse were a car

Synonyms of "Alexander" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between We came upon Alexander last year. and We bumped into Alexander last year. ?
A: They mean the same thing except that you'll probably never hear "We came upon Alexander last year." "We bumped into Alexander last year" is the more common phrase.

Translations of "Alexander"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Alexander Fleming wurde am 06. August 1881 als drittes Kind auf einem Bauernhof in Darvel East Ayrshire Schottland geboren. Sein Vater heißt Hugh Fleming und seine Mutter heißt Grace Stirling Morton. Sein Vater starb als er sieben Jahre alt war.
A: Alexander Fleming was born on the 6th of August 1881 as a third child on a farm in Darvel East Ayrshire, Schottland. His father was called Hugh Fleming and his mother-Grace Stirling Morton. His dad died when Alexander/Fleming was seven years old
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Alexander family took over ABC company and merged the business of both companies with principle shareholders composed of Mr John, Mr Matthew and Mr Dylan.
Does this sentence sound nature?
A: It sounds natural to me.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Alexander
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Other questions about "Alexander"

Q: What does
"Of what Alexander Hamilton set out in the Federalist Papers as the apt remedy for “the misconduct of public men.”
mean?


Context>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump stands on the threshold of what two ex-presidents called the “profound disgrace” of impeachment, a permanent stain on his legacy.

Of what Alexander Hamilton set out in the Federalist Papers as the apt remedy for “the misconduct of public men.”

Or what Trump mockingly dismisses as impeachment lite.

The leader who has sliced a scythe through institutions and thrives in disruption stands unrepentant as a splintered nation prepares to impeach a president for only the third time in history.
A: impeachment
Q: "Alexander, the man identified as shooting a member of... " does this sound natural?
A: The full sentence is correct because "shooting" is acting like an adjective in this sentence. Just like how in "the running man", "running" describes the man like an adjective.
It's not the most common sentence structure, but you do see it. :-) Here are some other examples:

Sarah, the woman known as believing in conspiracies, doesn't take pictures with her phone.

Ted Bundy, known as murdering several people, was finally arrested.
Q: Alexander / Alexandra *American
Aleksandr *Russian
Alex / Alexa
Alessandro / Alessandra *Italian
Alexia
Alexies ..Which Names you know also ??
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Q: Alexander expounds on this saying that since the modal refers to... does this sound natural?
A: Alexander expands on this saying that since the model refers to
Q: Alexander expounds on this saying that since the modal refers to... does this sound natural?
A: I find this a bit ambiguous as to whether 'saying' is a noun or a verb. I would much prefer that this be clearer.

Alexander expounds on this, saying that since the modal refers to ....

That's only an added comma, but I think it makes the sentence much clearer. And better.

I'm also not sure about the use of 'modal' here. To me, that's an adjective. Do you mean 'modal verb'? Given it's you, I presume that you are talking about grammar; i.e. this is not a typo for 'model'.

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