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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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Quite so," said Albert, "if the way be picturesque.
Ah, my dear fellow," said Albert, rising, and lighting his third cigar, "really, I thought you had more courage.
Alberts Development LLC, headed by Eugene businessman Todd Alberts, forfeited the property in a foreclosure procedure in January to creditor Eugene Gramzow, who said Alberts owed him $6.
Alberts installed roads and other infrastructure and carved out lots, but in the process ran into a major headache: In December 2006, rocks and soil underneath part of the newly built Forest Ridge Drive began sliding down the hillside toward a neighborhood off South 67th Street.
It felt like an earthquake to Jerry Alberts, as though some monumental force had shaken loose a load of bricks from a building and tossed them right through the windshield of his 1990 Acura Legend.
At 83, Alberts falls in the category of people who auto safety experts now say are most vulnerable to injuries and fatalities caused by air bags - the elderly and the very young.
The Alberts are members of the Eagles and the Faith Center in Eugene.
Clem and Donna Albert of Eugene celebrated 50 years of marriage with an open house Sept.