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Synonyms for Albert

prince consort of Queen Victoria of England (1819-1861)

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Alberte, who had previously held leadership positions in the Biological Science & Technology Program of the Navy's Office of Naval Research, provided HerbalScience access to the machine due to the critical importance of research into an effective preventative for Avian flu.
The distribution and abundance of seagrasses in temperate littoral waters are also controlled by light availability (Backman and Barilotti 1976; Denninson and Alberte 1985; Bulthuis and Woelkerling 1983; Orth and Moore 1988; Zimmerman et al 1991).
Alberte Jacquetin-Gaudet has prepared a corrected transcription of the Latin text of 1623, accompanied by a clear French translation with copious commentary notes, an introduction that includes meticulously-researched information on Serrier, a bibliography, and five indices listing references to persons, geographical locations, Latin grammatical terms, French examples, and French-German expressions.
Rut's career as a painter is more successful than was the case with such literary predecessors as Sigrid Undset's Jenny or Cora Sandel's Alberte, but Rut experiences most, if not all, of the personal problems that are encountered by those two characters.