MABEL


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AcronymDefinition
MABELMinimum Anticipated Biological Effect Level
MABELMothers Always Bring Extra Love
MABELMobile Architecture Built Environment Laboratory (Minister for Innovation; Australia)
MABELMulti-Agent Based Economic Landscape
MABELMajor Account Billing Exchange Logistical Record (Cibernet)
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After luncheon, the girl took them out for a walk, and I went to my needlework like little Mabel `with a willing mind'.
His family, consisting of a daughter named Mabel and the son, lived with him in rooms above the store and it did not cost them much to live.
Our grandmama lives there and our sister Mabel was sent to her last year.
Dead, however, he was, or else translated,'' said the younger peasant; ``for I heard the Monks of Saint Edmund's singing the death's hymn for him; and, moreover, there was a rich death-meal and dole at the Castle of Coningsburgh, as right was; and thither had I gone, but for Mabel Parkins, who ''
I'm sure I'm not Ada,' she said, `for her hair goes in such long ringlets, and mine doesn't go in ringlets at all; and I'm sure I can't be Mabel, for I know all sorts of things, and she, oh
I'm sure those are not the right words,' said poor Alice, and her eyes filled with tears again as she went on, `I must be Mabel after all, and I shall have to go and live in that poky little house, and have next to no toys to play with, and oh
The second pupil who became a factor--a very considerable factor--in Bell's career was a fifteen-year-old girl named Mabel Hubbard, who had lost her hearing, and consequently her speech, through an attack of scarlet-fever when a baby.
His professorship had been given up, and he had no pupils except Georgie Sanders and Mabel Hubbard.
MARCHMONT MISS MABEL CHILTERN, Sir Robert Chiltern's Sister MRS.
Occasionally a rebel Fig climbs over the fence into the world, and such a one was Miss Mabel Grey, of whom I shall tell you when we come to Miss Mabel Grey's gate.
From the Hump we can see the gate that is called after Miss Mabel Grey, the Fig I promised to tell you about.
I might call her Maria, Margaret, Martha, Mabel, Magdalen, Mary--no, not Mary.