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(French albi)
(Placename) a town in S France: connected with the Albigensian heresy and the crusade against it. Pop: 46 274 (1999)



a city in S France: center of the Albigenses. 49,456.
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Richard Eades, known to West Bromwich Albion fans as Albi, is believed to have suffered a heart attack before the Baggies' match against Everton at the club's Hawthorns ground.
So, for travellers who enjoy a holiday soaked in history and brimming with buildings of architectural and historical significance, Albi could be just the place to start.
Paul Stenson, PhD, StanChem's Vice President of Technology, Sales, & Marketing said, 'Using the 'Voice of our Customer' as our guide, we are excited to systematically expand our R&D capabilities to deliver new emulsion polymers and Albi coatings to our new and existing customers, applications, and markets.
Albi is the owner of SilverFire Disaster and Recreation Stoves & Cookware, a small Eugene-based firm that sells a variety of indoor and outdoor stoves, cookware and accessories.
Both France and Wales go into their meeting on the back of defeats and know a loss in Albi will end their hopes of tournament success and of securing the big prize of a place in the 2016 Four Nations Series.
But once Albi was netted, his love boat - an articulated lorry - quickly whisked him down the motorway to the waiting female called Florence.
Yet, at Shr's March 20 performance of "Hayarti Albi Mk," the audience at Metro al-Madina was transported through a wide array of emotions, emerging at the other end exhausted yet elated.
The hotel is also the perfect base to explore Albi, the birthplace of artist Toulouse Lautrec.
These proceedings consist of 62 papers from the 11th International Conference on Superplasticity in Advanced Materials, which took place in July 2012, at the Ecole des Mines in Albi, France.