a city in central Texas.
I went to Abilene and in the course of the day spent some time with Jim Cannon, who was a Rockefeller aide for a number of years.
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I especially love the relationship between the girl narrator, Abilene Tucker, and Miss Sadie, the wise older seer of Manifest.
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McDonough did not respond to repeated phone calls and a list of questions faxed to his Abilene office.
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There was no room for him in the same district as Wild Bill of Abilene.
The Twins of Suffering Creek Ridgwell Cullum
This institution holds its annual meetings at Abilene, Texas.
The Merry-Go-Round Carl Van Vechten
He would pass through Hays and Abilene on his slow way to Cheyenne.
The Sunset Trail Alfred Henry Lewis
Why, I was never in Abilene longer than half an hour in my life, ma’am.
The Sheriff of Badger George B. Pattullo
He’s gone on some high-flyin’ expedition to Abilene, leaving the town without a peace officer at the mercy of bandits and thieves.
Trail’s End George W. Ogden
That will give the Buford herds the first start, and I’ll be waiting for you at Abilene when you reach there.
The Outlet Andy Adams
It was still before breakfast that I told Polly to pack her dunnage, ’cause we was moving out from Abilene.
A Man in the Open Roger Pocock
a city in central Texas. Pop: 114 889 (2003 est)
a plain, a district lying on the east slope of the Anti-Lebanon range; so called from its chief town, Abila (Luke 3:1), which stood in the Suk Wady Barada, between Heliopolis (Baalbec) and Damascus, 38 miles from the former and 18 from the latter. Lysanias was governor or tetrarch of this province.
power or capacity to do or act physically, mentally, legally, morally, financially, etc. competence in an activity or occupation because of one’s skill, training, or other qualification: the ability to sing well. abilities, talents; special skills or aptitudes: Composing music is beyond his abilities. a combination of and , found on nouns corresponding to adjectives […]
- Ability grouping
. a system whereby students are separated into different groups or classes according to test scores or relative scholastic ability, as to assure that gifted students are not inhibited by slower learners.
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abimael father of Mael, one of the sons or descendants of Joktan, in Northern Arabia (Gen. 10:28; 1 Chr. 1:22).