Definitions for "Alexandria"
Keywords:  egypt, mediterranean, nile, delta, city
a city on the Mediterranean Sea, the chief port of Egypt.
Alexandria is the chief port and second largest city in Egypt. The city lies on a strip of land of the Nile River delta and on a strip of land between the Mediterranean Sea and Lake Margotis. It was founded in 332 BC by Alexander the Great. In AD 642 the Moslems occupied it. The city was also an important center of Christianity.(GyCu)
the chief port of Egypt; located on the western edge of the Nile delta on the Mediterranean Sea; founded by Alexander the Great; the capital of ancient Egypt
Alexandria is an archive system for large data amounts. Suitable for inhomogenous collections of books, media files, art items and other artifacts. Main focus is on easy usage, small executable file and portability.
Alexandria is a web-based application for managing and using a database of a book collection.
Alexandria is a GNOME application that keeps a database of books. Users can search by title, author, keywords, or ISBN number, or with a barcode reader, like a Cue Cat. The application can connect to book retailers such as or national libraries such as the Library of Congress to download information on the book such as title, author(s), ISBN, edition information as well as images of the book's cover.
Keywords:  louisiana, town, river, red
a town in Louisiana on the Red River
a brand of sugaring solution sold on television