Mab


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Mab

(mæb)
n
(European Myth & Legend) (in English and Irish folklore) a fairy queen said to create and control men's dreams
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There was her Mab, which she had for eight years and which she had had break of stall-kicking.
I hate indoors, and without Mab here I suppose I'd have been sick and dead long ago."
Crowds of fairies were running this away and that, asking each other stoutly, who was afraid, lights were extinguished, doors barricaded, and from the grounds of Queen Mab's palace came the rubadub of drums, showing that the royal guard had been called out.
Crowds of fairies were running this way and that, asking each other stoutly, who was afraid, lights were extinguished, doors barricaded, and from the grounds of Queen Mab's palace came the rubadub of drums, showing that the royal guard had been called out.
When you leave Barton to form your own establishment in a more lasting home, Queen Mab shall receive you."
The couch, as she always called it, was a genuine Queen Mab, with club legs; and she varied the bedspreads according to what fruit-blossom was in season.
-- than if I had taken Queen Mab or Titania as my companion."
"Come; explain to me quickly what is the meaning of this little whirligig, so delicately wrought that it might be a plaything for Queen Mab. See!
A strategic clean fuels project, the MAB refinery boasts a 454,000 bpd refining capacity.
Foong succeeds Philip See, who became CEO of MAB subsidiary airline Firefly.
A signing ceremony event was held at the Academy on Tuesday, 9 July 2019 and the agreement was signed by MAB Academy Chief Executive Officer, Captain Kamarudin Kamilin and IATAs Regional Vice President, Asia Pacific, Mr Conrad Clifford.
They said the best option would be a joint venture with the government, other than Khazanah Nasional Bhd' stake in MAB.