a town in N France, on the Somme River: site of Paleolithic artifacts.
a city in S Louisiana.
Members of the Abbeville, S.C., Bixby family killed two police over a land dispute in 2003.
When Sovereign Citizens Snap Caitlin Dickson January 16, 2014
The fauna of the Amiens deposits is similar to that of the Abbeville beds.
Primitive Man Louis Figuier
They could hardly have escaped the Germans, had any lain between Abbeville and Amiens.
The Boy Scouts on the Trail George Durston
I had a most unpleasant ride to Abbeville, the heat of the day being extreme, and the road totally without any shelter.
Travels through the South of France and the Interior of Provinces of Provence and Languedoc in the Years 1807 and 1808 Lt-Col. Pinkney
Francis set out for Abbeville, and Henry returned to Calais.
Henry VIII. A. F. Pollard
Hatchets of the almond-shaped type, like those of the diluvium of Abbeville and Saint-Acheul, were very plentiful.
Primitive Man Louis Figuier
Henry and his court left for Calais; Francis returned to Abbeville.
The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 9 Various
The tide had now risen again, and he was obliged to march on to Abbeville and cross the river there.
Saint George for England G. A. Henty
He had to retire to Abbeville, and cross by the bridge there.
Life of Edward the Black Prince Louise Creighton
It proves to be only in respect of the hotel interest that Abbeville est presque dtruite.
The Catholic World. Volume III; Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. E. Rameur
a town in N France: brewing, sugar-refining, and carpet industries. Pop: 24 567 (1999)
of, relating to, or typical of an early Lower Paleolithic industry of the middle Pleistocene Epoch in Europe, characterized by the manufacture of large flakes and hand axes; Chellean. noun the period represented by Lower Palaeolithic European sites containing the earliest hand axes, dating from the Mindel glaciation See also Acheulian adjective of or relating […]
a monastery under the supervision of an abbot or a convent under the supervision of an abbess. the group of buildings comprising such a monastery or convent. the church of an abbey. Edward, 1927–89, U.S. novelist and nature writer. Edwin Austin, 1852–1911, U.S. painter and illustrator. a female given name, form of . Contemporary Examples […]
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a theater in Dublin associated with the Irish National Theatre Society (founded 1901) and the dramas of Synge, Yeats, and Lady Gregory. Historical Examples In 1910 the Abbey Theatre was bought from her by public subscription. One-Act Plays Various Mr. Lennox Robinson, like most of the Abbey Theatre dramatists, has chosen to write about the […]
a female given name, form of . Contemporary Examples Campion settled on two relative unknowns—Australian actress Abbie Cornish and British actor Ben Whishaw. Telling the Story of Keats’ Love Connection Stephen Farber September 15, 2009 While Ichabod is checking for non-existent cell service, Abbie learns that Moloch is planning to release a demon army on […]
a man who is the head or superior, usually elected, of a monastery. Charles Greeley, 1872–1973, U.S. astrophysicist. Also, Ab·bott. a male given name. Contemporary Examples abbot reportedly raised MH17 over dinner and the two are planning to meet again. Beijing’s ‘Star Trek’ APEC Summit Jake Adelstein November 10, 2014 The government has approved plans […]