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- proper noun A
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Not so awesome -- bantering Bella -- the set is clearly being haunted by the ghost of Moonlighting -- I expected Miss Abon-whatshername the receptionist to suddenly pop out of somewhere and give Bella and Dean their phone messages.
Nicolson, 1965; New York: Abon Books, 1 966; Chicago:
Paris, Abon-zeyd, one of its authors, describes the "Gobbs" of Ceylon -- a word, he says, by which the natives designate the valleys deep and broad which open to the sea.
Ceylon; an Account of the Island Physical, Historical, and Topographical with Notices of Its Natural History, Antiquities and Productions, Volume 1 (of 2)
Abon Hassan; its volatile notes gave wings to the feet of the dancers, while the lookers-on unconsciously beat time.
Abon argues that because only a small area has been cleansed, resettlement is impossible as the population has grown significantly and they will need more islands than before to live on.
"It is very hard for me to trust and believe any word that is said by Americans after what the United States and the Department of Energy has done to us," says Abon.
Abon heads Erub, an acronym for the four nuclear test-affected islands Enewetak, Rongelap,
If a supply ship is delayed the islanders "will be forced to eat off the land", says Abon.
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