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- noun Plural form of
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I went and lay on my belly, poring over the clear dulcet little water, and presently saw two tiny bleaks, or ablets, go gliding low among the swaying moss-hair of the bottom-rocks, and thought how gladly would I be one of them, with my home so thatched and shady, and my life drowned in their wide-eyed reverie.
Clouds of silver ablets, green as ears of corn, or blue as jewels, teemed in the first light of day.
As for these ablets, I see them as the next successor to the smartphone market.
"Try doing some useful articles instead of encouring us to get into even more debt." ablets said 11: 49AM on 12-25-2008