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Elbert

Mount. a mountain in central Colorado, in the Sawatch range. Height: 4399 m (14 431 ft.)
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Elbert is used to excellence from his photo staff, which has won POY's top honors six times since 1990.
On a night that didn't make sense on so many fronts - Jonathan Broxton blew a save in the ninth after a fan ran onto the field and upset his rhythm, Chad Billingsley hurt his hamstring running out a single, and the Dodgers took advantage of a bizarre umpiring sequence in the fifth inning with a three-run homer - Elbert coming into a game two days before he was scheduled to start was just the latest head-scratcher.
Elbert was named the recipient of the Chicago Bar Association Alliance for Women's 2010 Alta May Hulett Award.
Elbert had grown up in West Virginia, too, but his father was a railroad man whose business took him and the family to Michigan.
Elbert, the Dodgers' first-round draft pick (17th overall) in 2004, made three starts for Double-A Jacksonville early in the season.
Elbert, Sherman, Moler, and Atterbury will report to John Sherman, President and CEO of Inergy.
Elbert is survived by his loving wife Geraldine Mary Page of 63 years; sons, Edward, Gary, Charles, Brian and Joseph Page; daughters, Diane Venture, Patricia Terroy and Jacqueline Page.
Meanwhile, lefty Scott Elbert, the club's first-round pick in 2004, was scratched from the Arizona Fall League because he pitched a total of 146 innings for Single-A Vero Beach and Double-A Jacksonville.
Big Tree eligibility is determined by Checklist of United States Trees (Native and Naturalized) by Elbert L.
Elbert "Tiny" Drake, 91, laughs with stunt pilot Eddie Andreini at the Eugene Airport shortly before the pair took to the skies over Eugene on Friday.
We're very pleased with the quantity and quality of this year's submissions," said Elbert Burdett, past exalted ruler of the Leominster Lodge of Elks, who helped to run the contest.