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aber

(ˈæbə)
n
(Physical Geography) geography (in Wales) an estuary, or the mouth of a river
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"Aber, Adolf," said the Frau Professor from the other end of the table.
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!" Why, what was I thinking of?
GOTT IM HIMMEL, ABER, how he has been able to sing twenty-five years ago?" [Then pensively.] "ACH, no, NOW he not sing any more, he only cry.
However, with a limited number of large, highly- automated breweries that require Aber's technology, the company has diversified into new markets.
"To meet that demand we were keen to expand our Welsh gin lines and we trialled Aber Falls' dry gin and marmalade gin in our stores over the Christmas period.
| Matt Downes, Tesco, with Aber Falls MD James Wright
The Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority (SAMA) and the UAE Central Bank (UAECB) have announced in a joint statement the launch of their pilot project Aber, a common digital currency between the two countries.
It was all made possible thanks to a collaboration between Aber Falls Whisky Distillery and Snowdon Mountain Railway.
Aber Valley community allotment first started in 2004 as a lifestyle, healthy living and environmental initiative by the community partnership.
Those two shock early strikes blew the final wide open with Aber looking to use Geoff Kellaway's pace down the right flank to cause Saints further problems.
Aber, 56, said he and Marquez would personally rather stay out by themselves, away from other people, than in the crowded confines of Occupy Eugene.
Aber allegedly rerouted Rooney's mail and took control of his income - around EUR9,000 a month.