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a·bele

 (ə-bēl′)
[Dutch abeel, from Old French aubel, from Medieval Latin albellus, diminutive of Latin albus, white; see albho- in Indo-European roots.]
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abele

(əˈbiːl; ˈeɪbəl)
n
(Plants) another name for white poplar
[C16: from Dutch abeel, ultimately related to Latin albus white]
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Noun1.abele - a poplar that is widely cultivated in the United Statesabele - a poplar that is widely cultivated in the United States; has white bark and leaves with whitish undersurfaces
poplar tree, poplar - any of numerous trees of north temperate regions having light soft wood and flowers borne in catkins
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Other survivors include her daughter-in-law; Gayle Schock, her eight grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, her sisters; Alma Abele and Anita Spohr as well as many nieces, nephews and friends.
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Sylvia Abele decided she wanted to leave more than that: she left her grand-daughter Fay a book she had prepared and added to over the years, recalling her life, good times and sad, containing advice and wishes for a bright future for Fay.
Mme Matlhape a re o itumetse fela thata gore a bo a bone dithuso tseo ka seo se supa lorato mo go bone mme a lebogisa bomme ba phuthego ya Dutch gore ba bo ba bone go tshwanela gore ba ba abele.
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Sesarmid crabs are found in marine, freshwater, mangrove, and brackish habitats (ABELE, 1992; HARTNOLL, 1975; JONES, 1984; SCHUBART et al., 2002), where they eat litter or detritus and tadpole (FRATINI et al., 2005, GRAY & CHRISTY, 2000).
No explanation for its disappearance was ever given, and the mystery remained until 2007, when the sons of Jim Abele, the Sub's skipper, began to investigate what happened.