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Efforts to resuscitate her failed and she was pronounced dead at nearby Albert Einstein Medical Center.
DNA tests were used to confirm Albert's status as father in both cases, following protracted legal battles.Princess Charlene Gives Birth To Twins Gabriella and Jacques|Tom Sykes|December 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And The Prize Is Death, a cartoon by Albert Levering, attacks an epidemic of reckless driving.
Umberto, who went by Albert, oversaw mob killings during his reign in the mid-1900s.
Another island tale purports that there was once a banquet arranged at the manor for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
Fortunately, Victoria was quite prepared to accept in this matter Albert's judgment.Abraham Lincoln|George Haven Putnam
Of all the crumbled roads the most striking was the long, straight one joining Albert and Bapaume.Cavalry of the Clouds|Alan Bott
Not that he really wished Albert to be suspected of the crime, it was simply a precaution.The Widow Lerouge|Emile Gaboriau
Albert finally concluded not to borrow the money, and so Mr. Keep lent it to Mr. Gordon.Mary Erskine|Jacob Abbott
A month went by, and Mr. Albert Harding had many important engagements.Carnival|Compton Mackenzie
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Word Origin and History for albert
masc. proper name, from German (the French form is Aubert), from Old High German Adalbert, cognate of Old English Æþelbeorht "Noble-bright" (which was sometimes metathesized as Æþelbriht, hence the surname Albright). Second element is from Proto-Germanic berhta- "bright," from PIE *bhereg- "to shine; bright, white" (see bright). It also figures in the names Egbert, Gilbert, Herbert, Hubert, Lambert. As a kind of watch chain, from 1861 (see Prince Albert).