ABERT


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Such surprise was feigned, Gregori argued, because there had been "numerous meetings" with ABERT "sponsored by the Ministry of Justice...
(21) Hermann Abert, Illustriertes Musik-Lexikon (Stuttgart: Engelhorn, 1927), p.
Caption: Eddie Claypool enjoyed beautiful scenery and plenty of wildlife sightings, including Abert's squirrels (below), during his severalweek pursuit of an Arizona Coues buck.
Walk onto Lake Abert's squishy white lakebed at sunset when the heat's gone and the 2,500-foot volcanic cliffs of Abert Rim light up orange.
I have used Lieutenant Abert's insightful Journal entries [1] recorded during his historic expedition through Indian Territory in 1845 in many previous articles.
(Photos courtesy of Pixabay.) Next page, left: The Abert, later named the Surveyor, was the principle survey vessel during the early stages of the Great Lakes Survey.
Anna Amalie Abert and Martin Ruhnke (Kassel: Barenreiter 1973), 99-107.
WRITERS: Fabrice Gobert, Audrey Fouche, Coline Abert, Fabien Adda
Dorsal hair length and coat color in Abert's squirrel (Sciurus aberti).
"Donchoo warry abert dat, I'm jas instook fernah," replies Pope, before quickly adding, "I shall translate later, but it took some getting used to hearing Cockney twang like that coming from the mouth of Bolton's finest, Peter Kay, on the set.
The Abert's squirrel (Sciurus aberti) is dependent on ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) for food and cover (Keith, 1965; Farentinos, 1972; Dodd et al., 2003).