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abe

n. a five-dollar bill. (From the picture of Abraham Lincoln on the bill.) This wine cost three abes. It had better be good.
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He puts the wrapped shard in a pocket just as ABE cries "Eureka
She steps around the broken glass, glancing curiously at ABE as he sweeps.
You will also find taking an ABE qualification a cheaper option overall to get your degree.
Mars may belong to the rovers, but the oceans belong to the Autonomous Benthic Explorer," wrote the editors of Wired magazine in 2006 when it enshrined ABE among its "50 Best Robots Ever," a compilation of real and fictional robots.
Funding for the ABE LC comes from the university's internal competitive grant process.
Nelson elaborated further, "By combining WorkforceLogic and ABE Services we gain traction through the consolidation of the sales teams, elimination of any duplication of efforts, and streamlining the product offering.
ABE is an examination board and members association with a presence in over 70 countries world wide.
They gave ABE five thrusters to propel it up and down, as well as horizontally.
Navigating by the same acoustic transponders Alvin uses, ABE took about two hours to reach the seafloor.
The project in Africa with ABE is the first international one to have been supported by Trust funds.
Second, with all the buoyancy in the upper pods and the weight concentrated in the central lower body, ABE has excellent stability.
ABE has performed 1000s of worker classification evaluations for Fortune 1000 clients and supported them in numerous state and federal audits.
ABE is part of the NELSON Human Resource Solutions family of companies.
ABE conducts compliance evaluations on independent contractor relationships and provides payrolling services to contingent workers.
The degree (BA Business and Management Studies) is available for those holding both the ABE Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Business Administration.