Albert


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Al·bert

(al'bĕrt),
Eduard, surgeon in Hapsburg Empire, 1841-1900. See: Albert suture.

Al·bert

(al'bĕrt),
Henry, U.S. physician, 1878-1930. See: Albert stain.
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Albert Edward survived the war to end all wars and returned home to Middlesbrough, to life in Civvy Street.
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As an aspiring financial leader, Albert Cyprys states his short term goal is to gain experience in the accounting field.
Albert said he will "pass on the torch" to his heir on 21 July, Belgium's national day.
Located at 701 - 17th Street West in Prince Albert, the project consists of a four-plex style building with each unit containing three bedrooms.
I'm certain that this notion would have perplexed Albert even more than it does me.
Like most young men growing up in rural Northern Ireland in the late 1940s and early 1950s, Albert would pass his evenings by drinking a few ales and cycling to neighbouring villages to meet girls at dance halls.
This year's Hoppings is the first for five decades to have been held without Albert.
He said to me, the Saw Doctors gigged years ago in the Royal Albert Hall, and one of the things you can do is you can travel up top the top, you know, the dome of it.
During the five decades following the publication of van Steenberghen's remark in his Aristotle in the West, scholarship has confirmed the importance of Albert in the Christian appropriation of Aristotle's naturalistic worldview.
Anyone who remembers Albert or who has memories of the brigade, can write to him at 24 Tutbury Avenue, Cannon Hill, Coventry, CV4 8BJ.