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Prince Albert

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At press time, Albert related that the project is still in the development stage.
I'm not a hoarder, I'm a collector," said Albert, "Elvis wasn't a one-hitwonder, he was a one off - to me, he's always been the greatest.
Albert Mensah's website is now streamlined for easier use.
Albert said his "age and health" no longer allow him to carry out his functions, while Philippe is "well prepared" to be King.
I'm certain that this notion would have perplexed Albert even more than it does me.
Albert joined the institution's Council in 1969 and served on and off for the next 34 years, before taking retirement in 2003, when he received a medal of appreciation in recognition of his services to the Institution.
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.
Every year the British gather for the ultra patriotic Proms in the Albert Hall in central London - but above the sea of Union Flags, Tommy claims there is graffiti proclaiming "Up The IRA" on the ceiling.
The story of Albert Goering was little known until the appearance of the book by William Hastings Burke, who relates several details of Albert's heroic deeds for the first time.
In 1955 the eminent historian of medieval philosophy, Fernand van Steenberghen, pointed out that the chief merit of the thirteenth-century theologian Albert the Great is that he established, for the first time, the rightful position of learning in Christian culture.
ALBERT BUSWELL was part of the Armstrong Siddeley Works Fire Brigade in Coventry 70 years ago.
This well-documented study provides an informative overview of the topic, including especially illuminating details on the influential roles of two leading members of Congress, Helen Gahagan Douglas and Carl Albert.
Albert Husted, owner of Albert's Stained Glass, knows he is privileged to base his business in New York, where the art he loves is both abundant in the architecture of the city and in desperate need of repair.