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(ɔˈseɪ bəl)

a river in NE New York, flowing NE through a gorge (Ausa′ble Chasm′) into Lake Champlain. 20 mi. (32 km) long.
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located in the West Branch of the Ausable River, approximately 1.
Wayne shoots a Bear Ausable and loves pursuing whitetails.
Ausable Capital Partners principal Matthew Galvez has extensive experience in injection molding, having led the purchase of custom molder Waltec Plastics, Midland, Ont.
Broderick and her husband, James of Shrewsbury; two brothers, Edward Joyal of Cornwall, Ontario, Canada and John Joyal of Colchester, CT; three sisters, Helen McKiernan of Ausable, NY, Mary White of Holly Springs, GA and Laura Razzano of Johnstown NY; beloved sister-in-law, Peggy Jean O'Donnell of Worcester; also survived by seven grandchildren, Nicholas, Kristyn, Taylor, Kendra, John, Trystan and Megan; several nieces and nephews.
Ehrhart, Sleeping with the Dead (Easthampton, Massachusetts: Adastra Press, 2006); Gerald McCarthy, Trouble Light (Albuquerque: West End Press, 2008); Bruce Weigl, The Unraveling Strangeness (New York: Grove Press, 2002), Declension in the Village of Chung Luong (Keene, NY: Ausable Press 2006).
For example, customers can no longer purchase the Takedown, the Kodiak Magnum, the Cheyenne, the Grizzly, the Super Magnum (all recurves) or the AuSable and Montana (both longbows) in draw weights higher than 60 pounds at 28 inches.
The 2011 Grizzly, reintroduced Super Grizzly, Supermag 48, Cheyenne and Kodiak Cub recurves, and Patriot, Montana and AuSable longbows also benefit from dymond wood handle stability.
Although I live in the Columbus area now, I have a cottage on Big Creek, a tributary of northern Michigan's AuSable River.
The team, from the University of Toronto (U of T), the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and the University of Guelph has identified a drastic invasion of round goby into many Great Lakes tributaries, including several areas of the Thames, Sydenham, Ausable and Grand Rivers.
Q My 10-year-old son, Evan, has become fascinated with fossils since his grandparents bought land on the Ausable river at Hungry Hollow in south western Ontario.
Even with these engineering constraints, an ideal site for the bob-run quickly presented itself four and a half miles east of Lake Placid near the Ausable River on the western slope of a "nameless mountain" in the Sentinel range and on land that comprised part of the state's Forest Preserve.