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Au•sa•ble

(ɔˈseɪ bəl)

n.
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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Adirondack Park sprawls over more than six million acres of the Adirondack Mountains, some owned by the state of New York, the rest privately owned and protected as "The Forever Wild." We got our first taste at Ausable Chasm, a two-mile-long sandstone gorge in the Ausable River where waterfalls roared over cliffs framed in fall colors.
The Flume Trail network is a conglomeration of hiking paths and mountain biking trails at lower altitudes along the western upslope of the Ausable River's west branch.
A dispute over using the Perchville moniker on T-shirts prompted the dispute in AuSable River Trading Post v.
ALTA JO LONGWARE, EFA Water Unit Pilot Test Team Member, has 27 years of experience teaching Technology and Engineering, K-12 at AuSable Valley CSD in northern NY.
His love of nature reminds him of the fleeting nature of our lives, and recalls another powerful story ("On the Ausable," Queen's Quarterly 114/2) in which Kingwell was nearly swept out of this world.
(33.) Jerry Wagner, World War Two Oscoda and AuSable (Iosco County Historical Association, 1987), p.
published by Ausable Press in 2003 and won the 2004 Kate Tufts Discovery
The rise and fall of water levels due to hydroelectric operations, as happens daily on Michigan's AuSable River, can trigger spawning activity when power demand or snowmelt calls for a bigger release of water with longer duration.
Wayne shoots a Bear Ausable and loves pursuing whitetails.
Ausable Capital Partners LLC, Santa Monica, Calif., and Kingsbury Corp., Rush, N.Y., have formed a venture that acquired all the assets of the Negri Bossi Group from Sacmi Imola of Italy.
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.