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- Albert Brown a.k.a. Al B. Sure!: Albert Joseph Brown III is a two-time Grammy-nominated American R&B recording artist and record producer. He grew up in Leonia, New Jersey, and Mount Vernon, New York. During the late 1980s under the stage name Al B. Sure!, he enjoyed a brief run as one of new jack swing's most popular romantic singers and producers.
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- Albert Brown: Albert "Doc" Brown was an American former dentist, veteran of World War II and prisoner of war. At the age of 105, Brown was the oldest survivor of the Bataan Death March at the time of his death in 2011.
- Albert Brown a.k.a. Albert G. Brown: Albert Gallatin Brown was Governor of Mississippi from 1844 to 1848 and a United States Senator from Mississippi from 1854 through 1861 when he withdrew. In 1829, Brown entered Mississippi College, but soon transferred to Jefferson College, which he attended for about six months. He was a Democrat.
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- Albert Brown: Albert Frederick Brown was an English professional footballer who scored a goal in the 1902 FA Cup Final for Southampton, and also scored a record seven goals in one match. His date of death is unknown.
- Albert Brown was an English cricketer. Brown was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm fast-medium. He was born at Birmingham, Warwickshire.
- Albert Brown a.k.a. Albert O. Brown: Albert Oscar Brown was a lawyer, banker, and Republican politician from Manchester, New Hampshire. Born in Northwood, New Hampshire.
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- Albert Brown a.k.a. Albert A. Brown was a Canadian politician, barrister, lawyer and professional Canadian football player. He was elected to the Canadian House of Commons as a Member of the Conservative Party in the 1935 election to represent the riding of Hamilton East. He was a candidate in the 1940 election for the National Government, and lost the election.
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- Albert Brown is the stepfather of Peter Brown.
- Albert Brown a.k.a. Albert is a fictional character from the 1993 film CB4.
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- Albert Brown is a fictional character from the 2011 film The Lift.
Albert Brown is a former Canadian football defensive back in the Canadian Football League. He played for the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Brown played college football at Western Illinois.
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American Countercultures: An Encyclopedia of Nonconformists, Alternative Lifestyles, and Radical Ideas in U.S. History (2015)
An Encyclopedia of Nonconformists, Alternative Lifestyles, and Radical Ideas in U.S. History by Gina Misiroglu
Beach, Sylvia Bellamy, Edward Berkman, Alexander Berrigan, Daniel, and Philip Berrigan Bierce, Ambrose Blavatsky, Helena Bowie, David Brando, Marlon Brautigan, Richard Brisbane, Albert Brown, H. Rap Brownson, ...
by Ann Millar
HENDRICKSON,Albion SANDFORD, Charles Walter GORTON, Sir John Grey WEDGWOOD, Dame Ivy Evelyn Annie CORMACK, Sir Magnus Cameron KENNELLY, Patrick John McMANUS, Francis Patrick Vincent WADE, Harrie Walter HANNAN, George Conrad BREEN, Dame Marie Freda COHEN, Samuel Herbert WEBSTER, James Joseph POYSER,Arthur George GREENWOOD, Ivor John LITTLE, John Albert BROWN, William Walter Charles MELZER,Jean Isabel TEHAN, Thomas ...
by Geraldine Rhoades Beckford
Beck, Harvey Bonnie Lee Beckham, Richard Peter Blackburn, Maurice Albert Brown, William A. Bryant, William Henry Burney, William A. Dennis, ...
by Horace A. Laffaye
Sir Albert Bowen, Fred Bridger, Albert Brown, Albert and George Drabble, John Lumb, John McClymont, C.S. Owen, John Ravenscroft, Hugh Scott Robson, and John Bradshaw Wanklyn were among the initial players. In 1893 a representative team toured England, its members being Frank and Stanley Furber, Hugh Scott Robson, Dr. Newman Smith, and Robert McC. Smyth. In 1896 a team obtained the first Argentine international success when it won the Ranelagh International ...
by Glenn P. Hastedt
Walker was supported by Mississippi senator Albert Brown, who wished to see Nicaragua become a slave state, and business opponents of Vanderbilt. One of them was William Cazneau, who would attempt to negotiate a treaty annexing the DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. Filibustering is an early example of private diplomacy. It illustrates how nonstate actors have the ability to influence foreign policy and the flow of world politics. Filibusters played an important role in American foreign ...
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