a rich, cream-based horseradish sauce usually served with beef, basically a veloute with horseradish and mustard; also called [sauce albert]
the restaurant served trout with an albert sauce, accompanied by white wine.
attributed variously to prince albert of sax-coborg-gotha, the husband of queen victoria; alternatively with albert (albrecht) pfalzgraf (1554) and a french actress, madame albert.
- Alberti bass
a reiterated broken-chord figure used as an accompaniment, especially in 18th-century rococo keyboard music.
a female given name: derived from albert. contemporary examples albertine was forced to move back in with her mother with no sign of a future career. a first lady of punk rock talks justin jones december 8, 2014 the fugitive opens with the flight of the narrator’s own obsessive love interest, albertine. david’s book club: […]
noun a black solid variety of bitumen that has a conchoidal fracture and occurs in veins in oil-bearing strata historical examples albert-te, an asphaltic hydrocarbon compound, a soft black material, obtained in canada. the new gresham encyclopedia. vol. 1 part 1 various from albert-te, a l-strous black mineral found in new brunswick. cooley’s practical receipts, […]
- Gregory viii
(alberto de moraoralberto di morra) died 1187, italian ecclesiastic: pope 1187.
former name of . a town in ne alabama. contemporary examples gault, for example, did qualify as an alternate in 1988, but didn’t compete, and then missed the team in ’92 in albertville. is it really that easy to be an olympic bobsledder? kevin fixler january 16, 2014