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  • proper noun slang Aberystwyth


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  • Reporters like fights and there's no sign of any serious conflict in Aber this weekend.

    Archive 2008-09-01 2008

  • There are no two ways about it to my mind that the zealots in Aber will accept that advice.

    Archive 2008-09-01 2008

  • My black­ness (and the half-Asianness of my best friend) was rarely as pal­pa­ble as it was in Aber­crom­bie & Fitch.

    Wanna Be Like Mike? « Snarkmarket 2006

  • The group is campaigning to replace the word Aber with ABBA in more than 60 of the country's cities, towns and villages that begin with the Celtic prefix.

    Blogposts | Hannah Waldram 2010

  • The Ystwyth, after a circuitous course, joins the Rheidol near the strand of the Irish Channel, which the united rivers enter at a place called Aber Ystwyth, where stands a lovely town of the same name, which sprang up under the protection of a baronial castle, still proud and commanding even in its ruins, built by Strongbow, the conqueror of the great western isle.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery 2004

  • The Teivi runs to the sea, which it enters at a place which the Cumri call Aber Teivi and the Saxons Cardigan.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery 2004

  • The diamond miner and retailer, formerly known as Aber Diamonds, said Wednesday it lost

    Brandon Sun Online - Top Stories 2009

  • The Aberystwyth-based school of critical internationalist utopianism that increasingly dominates the study of international relations in Britain and Australia has refined a higher order incoherence that may be termed Aber jabber.

    Adrian Monck 2009

  • Rosko - A P-Celtic component in the Pictish language, whatever it was, is consistent with P-Celtic place names such as Aber-.

    Pictish female names Carla 2010

  • The shock that they and their beloved 'Aber' are held in such low esteem or contempt by so many people; people for whom stringing two sentences together is not a novel experience.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with... 2008


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