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- n. Variant of Av.
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- n. alabamine
- n. Antibody.
- n. In Egyptian mythology, the spirit of the heart and the will and conscience of the recently deceased which proceeds to the afterlife and is given as evidence towards the deceased.
- n. Abbreviation of Abbot.
- proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Abner
[Sidenote: Ab Actis (Scriniarius Actorum?).] (5) The _Ab Actis_.
So the merchant said, “We will call him Ala al-Din Abú al-Shámát.”
This first appeared in Ab Ovo, and subsequently in Hinirang.
It turns out that Honoel Ibardolaza, one of the creators in Ab Ovo 2, is a Palanca Awardee in the Short Story for Children category in 1998.
Also part of this cycle is L'Aquilone du Estrellas (The Kite of Stars) (published by Strange Horizons - go now!), Ang Dalaga at Ang Buaia (The Maiden and the Crocodile) (published in Ab Ovo#1 by Kestrel Studios), and a few others.
USASOC, 28, of Albuquerque, N.M. Wounded while on patrol in Ab
The ninth of Ab is a day of fasting and mourning, in commemoration of the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple.
A Persian polymath, Avicenna (a widely-used Greek version of his name Abū 'Alī al-Husayn ibn) was a leading physician and philosopher who penned over 450 volumes, of which almost half have survived.
Edina Monsoon can only be brought to life by one woman and that is the Comedy Goddess herself Jennifer Saunders, im sorry but Jo and Jen created something so beautiful and brilliant with that show i think its wrong to try and squeeze more money out of it by saying heres the characters and the background bash the life out of it to make it suitable for american viewing and stick the name Ab Fab on it!!!
Those, who have been living here since “the beginning” – also called Ab Origines – were disconsidered.