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  • noun Plural form of abele.

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  • Posted Mar 22, 2007 7:07:17 PM | link tom abeles says:

    Ludium II Announcement

  • At every corner of the street, under rustling abeles and thick-foliaged planes, at the doors of palaces and in the yards of inns, men, naked from the thighs downward, are treading the red must into vats and tuns; while their mild-eyed oxen lie beneath them in the road, peaceably chewing the cud between one journey to the vineyard and another.

    Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Complete Series I, II, and III

  • At every corner of the street, under rustling abeles and thick-foliaged planes, at the doors of palaces and in the yards of inns, men, naked from the thighs downward, are treading the red must into vats and tuns; while their mild-eyed oxen lie beneath them in the road, peaceably chewing the cud between one journey to the vineyard and another.

    Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, First Series

  • There were a few trees among the houses, especially silver abeles, willows, and balm-of-Gileads; and one man showed me a young oak which he had transplanted from behind the town, thinking it an apple-tree.

    Cape Cod

  • tom abeles: I'm not sure what you mean by your hope that "this would start the conversation and that a rush to move this into the public domain be considered as part of the event rather than as an outcome".

    Ludium II Announcement

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