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(ˈæb əˌkoʊ)

two islands (Great Abaco and Little Abaco) in the N Bahamas. 7271; 776 sq. mi. (2010 sq. km).
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En tiempos recientes llego al extremo de citar a juntas especiales a los mas altos ejecutivos de Abaco y Confia, no para analizar los tortuosos negocios en que se estaba metiendo el grupo, sino los resultados de los partidos de futbol, la marcha de los campeonatos y la contratacion de futbolistas: uno de los boquetes financieros que terminaron por hundir a Confia, lo abrio Lankenau para proporcionar a los Rayados creditos ultrablandos con los cuales adquirir mejores elementos.
Albury's ferry service brought me there on a day's excursion from Great Abaco Island which lies in turquoise shallows north-east of Nassau, the Bahamian capital.
Abaco Systems (Abaco), a provider of leading-edge rugged, embedded mission-ready systems, today announced the appointment of Rich Sorelle as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 13, 2016-4DSP receives advice from Navidar on its sale to Abaco
Alabama-based open architecture computing firm Abaco Systems has acquired Austin, Texas-based 4DSP LLC of Austin, Texas, the company said.
The Chinese state-owned company building the multi-billion dollar Baha Mar resort, and the soon-to-begin North Abaco international port facility, China Communications Construction Co.
They married under a white arch with calypso-style music at the five-star Abaco Club resort beside the Atlantic, the Daily Express reports.
The Shipoke Abaco 16 is a lightweight, 540-pound skiff built for shallow water and technical poling.
It is the girls' first release on their new German label, Abaco Records, which signed them on a seven-album recording deal earlier this year.
A preliminary accident investigation noted the plane was at least 700lbs overweight when it left Marsh Harbour Airport on Abaco Island.
Chris Lloyd, of the Bahamas Air-Sea Rescue Association, said: "The whole settlement of Crossing Rock on Abaco island was swept away.