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    a member of a grouping of american indian peoples of southern quebec and maine, earlier also of new hampshire, vermont, and northern m-ssachusetts. any of the eastern algonquian languages of the abenaki peoples. historical examples on the banks of this erratic stream lived an abenaki tribe called the sokokis. a half century of conflict – […]

  • Abeokuta

    a city in sw nigeria. historical examples returning to africa, he laboured with great success amongst his own people and afterwards at abeokuta. encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 7, slice 7 various at those places they heard of abeokuta and the stand it had made against the slave-trade. the three midshipmen w.h.g. kingston the people […]

  • Aberdare

    a city in mid glamorgan, in s wales. historical examples he became vicar of aberdare in 1866 and of carnarvon in 1869. encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 9, slice 1 various there is an anglican theological college, removed to llandaff from aberdare in 1907. encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 16, slice 7 various mr. davis […]

  • Aberdeen angus

    one of a breed of hornless beef cattle having a smooth, black coat, raised originally in scotland. noun a black hornless breed of beef cattle originating in scotland

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    a federal reservation and u.s. army training center in ne maryland, s of aberdeen and on w chesapeake bay, that is the site of a military testing ground.

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