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  • proper noun A diminutive of the male given name Abraham


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  • It appears not: In Kuntar's home in Abey, streets were decorated with banners welcoming the return of the former member of the radical Palestine Liberation Front.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • If you are as rich as he, you call him Abey, which is easy; otherwise, you call him Mr. T-S, which he accepts as a part of his Americanization.

    They Call Me Carpenter

  • STAUNTON - Adrian Earl "Abey" Dabney, 77, widower of Doris May (Baber) Dabney, of 1212 -

  • STAUNTON - Adrian Earl "Abey" Dabney, 77, widower of Doris May (Baber) Dabney, of 1212 -

  • "Abey," he said, "you will have to take Mr. Platt around to-night and show him things.

    The Trimmed Lamp, and other Stories of the Four Million

  • Abey welcomes the hero, prisoner Samir Kuntar, "reads one sign."

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Already today the road from the Israeli border to Sidon, and Kuntar's hometown of Abey, are hung with banners.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Abey baby - flies can also do the work of bees if the hives are rat-shit

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  • Now, add this all up, and if energy prices continue to rise, Abey thinks he'll recoup his investment in eight years.

    CNN Transcript Jun 14, 2008

  • Advocates also say more and more consumers like Abey are taking matters into their own hands, harnessing wind energy in their own back yards.

    CNN Transcript Jun 14, 2008


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