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Single or double metal chain with a bar for securing ina buttonhole at one end, and a swivel attachment to hold a pocket watch at the other. A Virmingham jeweller presented Queen Victoria's consort, Prince Albert, with one of these in 1845, and so the name was coined.

Albert

[n] - Prince Consort of Queen Victoria of England (1819-1861)
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Albert

Prince Albert noun prince consort of Queen Victoria of England (1819-1861)
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margrave of Brandenburg, cardinal, and elector of Mainz, a liberal patron of the arts known chiefly as the object of the reformer Martin Luther`s ... [4 related articles]
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prince of Monaco (1889–1922), seaman, amateur oceanographer, and patron of the sciences, whose contributions to the development of oceanography ... [1 related articles]
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antipope in 1101. He was cardinal bishop of Silva Candida when elected early in 1101 as successor to the antipope Theodoric of Santa Ruffina, who had ...
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last grand master of the Teutonic Knights from 1510 to 1525, first duke of Prussia (from 1525), a Protestant German ruler known chiefly for ending ... [3 related articles]
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king of Saxony from Oct. 29, 1873, Catholic king of a Protestant country who was nonetheless popular with his subjects. He also was a capable ... [1 related articles]
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Albert

Albert (shortened from Albert hall) is British rhyming slang for wall.
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[short story] `Albert` (ISBN 1-55742-789-5) is a short story by Leo Tolstoy. It was originally published in 1858. The lead character, Albert, is a homeless, yet brilliant, violinist. The kind Delesov wanted to save the young violinist, but after taking him home, discovers that Albert`s drinking and temper threaten to destroy his entire fami...
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Albert

A chain with a T-bar fitting. These were originally attached to a pocket (or fob) watch, frequently with a decorative medallion or other ornament attached to one end. Due to the decrease in waistcoat wearing, ladies recycled their husband's or father's chains and wore these as fashionable necklets.
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A men’s slipper style with a tongue like extension of the upper over the instep.
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Albert is a French name for boys. The meaning is `noble, bright, famous` The name Albert is most commonly given to Norwegian boys. (7 times more often than to American boys.) If it's too long you might use: Bert Use for the other sex: Alberta What do they use in other countries? Bertie (English) The name sounds like: Albern, Albaro, Alberik, Alberi...
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Albert

Type: Term Pronunciation: al′bĕrt Definitions: 1. Henry, U.S. physician, 1878-1930. See: Albert stain
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Albert, 1490–1545, German churchman, cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. A member of the house of Brandenburg, he became (1514) Archbishop of Mainz. Because Albert was underage, this appointment was uncanonical and he was required to pay a large fee for a papal dispensation. To assist Alber...
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Albert, 1819–61, prince consort of Victoria of Great Britain, whom he married in 1840. He was of Wettin lineage, the son of Ernest I, duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, and first cousin to Victoria. As an alien prince he was initially unpopular, but in time the English came to admire him for his irrep...
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Albert

An Albert is a chain from the waistcoat pocket to a button in front of the waistcoat. It was so named after Prince Albert, the consort of Queen Victoria. When he went to Birmingham in 1849, he was presented by the jewellers of the town with such a chain, and the public followed the fashion.
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Albert

[provincial electoral district] Albert is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, Canada. It was created in 1846 when Albert County was created and its boundaries were the same as the county. It returned two members until 1973 when New Brunswick moved to single member districts and its boundaries were ...
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Albert

[electoral district] Albert was a federal electoral district in New Brunswick, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1867 to 1904. ==History== The district was proclaimed in the British North America Act of 1867, and was abolished in 1903 when it was merged into King`s and Albert riding. It consisted of the Coun...
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[automobile] The Albert was a light car designed by A. O. Lord, creator of the later Loyd-Lord. It was produced from 1920 to 1924 in Vauxhall and later Chiswick, London. The car was powered by a proprietary four-cylinder 1495 cc ohv engine made by Gwynnes Limited and had four-speed transmission. The cars were expensive boasted a radiator si...
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[motorcycle] Albert motorcycles were manufactured in Germany between 1922 and 1924, and featured 183cc two-stroke engines. ...
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