from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Albright, Horace Marden 1890-1987. American conservationist and cofounder of the National Park Service.
- Albright, Madeleine Korbel Born 1937. Czechoslovakian-born American diplomat. In 1997, she was appointed the first woman U.S. secretary of state and served in that position until 2001.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One of the ‘Albright People,’ the name given to the Evangelical Association founded by Jacob Albright. See Evangelical Association.
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Erica Albright is a sympathetic but shortsighted co-ed (a "who's laughing now?!" vibe rests just underneath the surface of her portrayal) who blows Zuckerberg off and compels him to drunkenly vent his anger at being rejected by constructing Facemash, the pre-cursor to Facebook.
Yes | No | Report from Alex Pernice th ... wrote 1 year 5 days ago get a 9 foot 5wt (for trout) (8 wt for largemouth) and yes, an Albright is great rod, as is cabelas gear.
Photo of identical twins Ivan and Malvin Albright painting before and after Portraits of Dorian Gray.
Edward Albright is a spy who can speak 13 languages, run a four minute mile and kill with his teeth.
It's not -- Albright is a graceful and funny writer, both diplomatic and direct, and she covers a lot of ground quickly and clearly.
Madeline Albright is a member of the advisory board to the Truman National Security Project.
[Albright] is an athletic defender who can go forward.
Despite being somewhat injury prone himself, Albright is a logical replacement because like Hejduk, he can play on either side of the defense.
Curiously, I haven't read much outrage over another "fictitious" scene where former Secretary of State Madeline Albright is castigated for tipping-off the Pakistani government, in August of 1998, that cruise missiles were being fired at bin Laden's hideout in Afghanistan.
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