Abbeville


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Abbeville

(French abəvil)
n
(Placename) a town in N France: brewing, sugar-refining, and carpet industries. Pop: 24 567 (1999)

Ab•be•ville

(ˈæb iˌvɪl, æbˈvil)

n.
a town in N France, on the Somme River: site of Paleolithic artifacts. 26,581.
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Having escaped these dangers, they returned by the main road to Boulogne, at Abbeville, and followed it step by step, examining every track.
Trust me," said Aramis, "do not expect to find anything in Abbeville.
MARGARET Thatcher and Colonel Gaddafi, despite popular opinion, did not get to see the inside of Abbeville when Charles Haughey lived there.
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The board president of the $12 million Greater Abbeville Federal Credit Union in Abbeville, S.
The 250 acre Abbeville Estate in Malahide, Co Dublin, is now being sold for [euro]5.
Abbeville County sheriff's deputies say a test proctor employed by the college helped people pass the test, which could help them become eligible for a Pell Grant.
That may explain why Abbeville Kids has published the first four of what will be a six-part graphic series grounded in science facts but told partially through fiction.
Erach Bharucha; WONDERS OF THE INDIAN WILDERNESS; Abbeville Press $0.
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Mark Magowan of Abbeville Press told The New York Times that ``the books are on their way to stores, and we have no plans for changes.