a province in W Canada. 255,285 sq. mi. (661,190 sq. km).
Abbreviation: Alba., Alta.
a female given name, form of .
Alberta Ferretti said Davy plans on wearing two of her dresses.
Chelsy Davy Arrives Jaimie Etkin April 28, 2011
Centuries of development does not compare to the recent devastation in Alberta.
Our Trip to The Climate War’s Ground Zero Darren Aronofsky September 18, 2014
Anne Applebaum delivers the Grano lecture in Calgary, Alberta: Inside Putin’s Russia.
Inside Putin’s Russia David Frum December 6, 2012
The engineering company Moretrench is currently testing a 500-feet-deep barrier for tar sands excavation in Alberta.
Fukushima N-Plant Will Be Surrounded by a Wall of Ice Josh Dzieza September 3, 2013
Monteith was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, to interior decorator Ann McGregor and military infantryman Joe Monteith.
‘Glee’ Star Cory Monteith Found Dead: A Tortured Talent Gone Too Soon Marlow Stern July 13, 2013
But, as I told you, women vote now in Alberta, and what they say goes.
The Next of Kin Nellie L. McClung
I had forgotten it until seeing Alberta brought it back to me.
Grace Harlowe’s Third Year at Overton College Jessie Graham Flower
It is the same story in all parts of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta.
Canada West 1914 Unknown
Sister Alberta even revealed to her the project of sending her to the United States.
Lost Face Jack London
“He’ll be delighted to hear that you are no longer angry with him,” said Alberta.
Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1907 to 1908 Lucy Maud Montgomery
a province of W Canada: mostly prairie, with the Rocky Mountains in the southwest Capital: Edmonton. Pop: 3 201 895 (2004 est). Area: 661 188 sq km (255 285 sq miles) Abbreviation Alta, AB
Canadian province, founded in 1882 and named for Princess Louise Caroline Alberta (1848-1939), fourth daughter of Queen Victoria, wife of the governor general, John Douglas Sutherland Campbell, Marquess of Lorne. She was named for her father, Prince Albert.
Province in western Canada, bordered by the Northwest Territories to the north, Saskatchewan to the east, Montana to the south, and British Columbia to the west. Edmonton is its capital and largest city.
Note: Recent exploitation of oil, natural gas, and mineral resources has replaced agriculture as Alberta’s primary industry.
Note: Banff, in the Canadian Rockies (see Rocky Mountains), is a popular vacation spot.
- Alberta clipper
noun (meteorol) (in Canada) an area of low pressure that forms in winter near the Rocky Mountains noun a type of fast-moving low-pressure weather system bringing cold and winds as it passes, in north-central and northeastern North America; also called clipper system , Canadian clipper Examples In the wintertime, an Alberta clipper may be associated […]
a province in W Canada. 255,285 sq. mi. (661,190 sq. km). Capital: Edmonton. Abbreviation: Alba., Alta. a female given name, form of . Historical Examples More connections between it and the albertan railways were required; and he was in Canada looking round and negotiating. Lady Merton, Colonist Mrs. Humphry Ward adjective of or relating to […]
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- Alberti bass
a reiterated broken-chord figure used as an accompaniment, especially in 18th-century rococo keyboard music.