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  • It will be colder no doubt in Alb and we are going east to Santa Rosa lake after that to see some friends before heading south.

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  • Swedish photographer has spent several days in Alb ...

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  • From the usage mentioned, both Low Sunday and Trinity Sunday, together with the days preceding seem sometimes to have been called Albæ.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize

  • "Alb," said I, "just throw a look over your shoulder, and say what manner of thing you think that is coming after us."

    The Chauffeur and the Chaperon

  • I had to find my quarters on the barge, and going below, on the first door I saw a visiting card of Mr. Ronald L. Starr's conspicuously pinned, with the one word "Alb" printed large upon it, in red ink.

    The Chauffeur and the Chaperon

  • Pace my prelatical friends, I mean to use the word 'Alb' for vegetable albumen; and although I cannot without pedantry avoid {253} using sometimes the word 'milky' of the white juices of plants, I must beg the reader to remain unaffected in his conviction that there is a vital difference between liquids that coagulate into butter, or congeal into India-rubber.

    Proserpina, Volume 1 Studies Of Wayside Flowers

  • 'Alb' is similar to the old German word for elf ( 'Elb') and is also linked to the German word for nightmare ( 'Alptraum') since the 'Alb' of German mythology spreads bad dreams.

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  • "Alb," said Starr, as the ladies moved away, "you may have a bad heart, but you have a good head.

    The Chauffeur and the Chaperon

  • They had it for 2 days and could not find the short and when it goes out I don't have lights, brake lights or turn signals and there is no way I'm coming to Alb under those circumstances.

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  • You're there, I'm here. the farthest I can be heard is Alb - which is where I'm heard.

    Election Central Sunday Roundup

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