Albert (“Al”) born 1939, and his brother Robert, (Bobby), born 1934, U.S. racing-car drivers.
Historical Examples

This is not their affair, but the people’s—the people who love “Unser Max” and would 96 die for the Kaiser.
The Adventure of Princess Sylvia Mrs. C. N. Williamson

Unser auslndischer Nebenbuhler translated Shurochka straight off.
The Duel A. I. Kuprin

One recognises the note of liberty, but we fear the writer must have got hold of a German edition of “Unser Shakspeare.”
Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 152, January 31, 1917 Various

Unser, repeated Romashov in a whisper as he gazed dreamily at the flame of the lamp.
The Duel A. I. Kuprin

But of course, I wished it put away only because it is such a poor thing, it does Unser Leo no sort of justice.
The Princess Virginia C. N. Williamson

I was not building castles in the air, but repeating to myself Unser—Unser.
The Duel A. I. Kuprin

Her confusion about the portraits; her wish to impress it upon us that Unser Leo is quite changed.
The Princess Virginia C. N. Williamson

“Unser Karlchen, Unser allerliebster Karlchen wird sterben,” howled his wife.
Short Stories Fiodor Dostoievski

Unser is a proud chief, and headstrong, and would not brook any interference.
Beric the Briton G. A. Henty

“Unser Fritz” was the well-beloved elder brother of the German people.
In and Around Berlin Minerva Brace Norton

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