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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of aby.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of abye.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. & p. p. of aby.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Endured; atoned for; paid dearly for.
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If I had to guess who had more of a clue abought the AGW theory, SEPP or a public relations firm, I would have to go with SEPP.
I must troble you once more abought my cosen Tenoson.
And the Red Knight was a wily knight of war, and his wily fighting taught Sir Beaumains to be wise; but he abought it full sore or he did espy his fighting.
Please,read abought it as our educational system hasn't taught U.S. History,let alone World History.
This same yere, abought the fest of the traunslacion of seynt Thomas, the kyng with the quene sailled over the see into Fraunce, and the erle of Worcestre  deyde.
And abought the purification of oure lady the kyng com home fro Fraunce; and the barons token the town of Northt 'the Satirday nest before Passion
And in this yere the quene Margarete com into Engelond; and the citeizens of London reden ageine here in good aray, abought cc persones atte the leeste.
I discovered that they wer Cetechig a kind of flying ant which were in great numbers abought the top of this hill, those insects lit on our hats & necks, Several of them bit me verry Shart on the neck, near the top of this nole I observed three holes which I Supposed to be Prarie
Sheep not fully grown, the wool fine, the Horns were abought 4 inches long, Celindric, Smooth, black, a little bending backwards and pointed; they rise from the Middle of the foeheard, and a little above the eyes, and appeared to possess all the marks of the Common Sheep as already discribed.
Not much thought is given abought whether or not to bring a child into the world, it seems these days.