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aber

(ˈæbə)
n
(Physical Geography) geography (in Wales) an estuary, or the mouth of a river
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Suppose Fraulein Wundermacher should pounce upon me suddenly from behind, coming up noiselessly in her galoshes, and shatter my castles with her customary triumphant "Fetzt halte ich dich aber fest
GOTT IM HIMMEL, ABER, how he has been able to sing twenty-five years ago?
Jack brings a winning combination of underwriting management and business development experience to this new assignment," remarked Aber.
The only whisky distillery in North Wales and one of only four in Wales in total, Aber Falls will produce Welsh whisky.
On a double, having already edged out Prestatyn 1-0 in their home clash in September, Aber found their attack muzzled by the iron grip applied by Prestatyn player-manager Neil Gibson and his men.
Airbus were rarely threatened by the visitors, and but for the heroics of Aber keeper Steve Cann the margin of victory would have been far greater.
Managing director Barry Wise said Aber Instruments invented and developed the technology 20 years ago, but continued investment in R&D had enabled them to remain leaders despite competition.
The net proceeds of the sale of the Aber stock (after payments of discounts, commissions and other transaction-related costs) amounts to approximately $268 million and is expected to generate additional pre-tax earnings of approximately $194 million to Tiffany in its fourth quarter ending January 31, 2005.
Victory keeps Aber riding high with their third win in four outings, averaging well over 50 points a game.
In addition to the Biomass Monitor, Aber Instruments has developed the Yeast Monitor for on-line yeast concentration measurement in breweries.
The Blacks then saw the ball for the first time and swept up field in a fine, flowing move which penetrated the Aber defence and forced their first short corner.
Tiffany's holding in Aber consists of eight million shares, or 13.