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Albright

[awl-brahyt]
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  1. Horace Marden [mahrd-n] /ˈmɑrd n/, 1890–1987, U.S. conservationist and cofounder of the National Park Service.
  2. Madeleine Korbel [mad-l-in kawr-bel] /ˈmæd l ɪn kɔrˈbɛl/, born 1937, U.S. diplomat and first woman secretary of state 1997–2001, born in the former Czechoslovakia.
  3. Ivan (Le Lor·raine) [luh loh-reyn, law-] /lə loʊˈreɪn, lɔ-/, 1897–1983, U.S. painter.
  4. Ten·ley (Emma) [ten-lee] /ˈtɛn li/, born 1935, U.S. figure skater.
  5. William Fox·well [foks-wel, -wuh l] /ˈfɒks wɛl, -wəl/, 1891–1971, U.S. archaeologist and biblical historian.
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  • Colonel Albright used to say he was worth his weight in gold.

    War from the Inside

    Frederick L. (Frederick Lyman) Hitchcock

  • Lieutenant-Colonel Albright was leading our regiment and I was by his side.

    War from the Inside

    Frederick L. (Frederick Lyman) Hitchcock

  • This lady had not been wed long time, when the Emperor Albright died.

  • "Two to one the bush is swarming with them—in quids," Albright whispered.

    A Son Of The Sun

    Jack London

  • You'll break out a case of tobacco, Mr. Albright, and a few trade-knives.

    A Son Of The Sun

    Jack London