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abbé

1. a French abbot
2. a title used in addressing any other French cleric, such as a priest

Abbe

Ernst. 1840--1905, German physicist, noted for his work in optics and the microscope condenser known as the Abbe condenser
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You will please to remark," said the abbe, humbly, "that I have asked nothing for myself.
I maintain a hundred men," said the abbe, proudly; "that is a charge, I believe.
And I have a hundred as good as he," continued the abbe.
That proves," returned the abbe, "that you are like those of Holy Writ, who having ears hear not, and having eyes see not.
The very madness of the Abbe Faria, gone mad in prison, condemned him to perpetual captivity.
The Abbe de Sponde looked graciously at the Chevalier de Valois, and nodded his head in sign of his laudatory approbation.
Nor can he be a foster-father," said the Abbe de Sponde, with a gravity which stopped the laughter.
I will consult my uncle and the Abbe Couturier," said Mademoiselle Cormon, returning to the salon, where the animation was now at its height.
It will leak out from the d'Esgrignon salon, and go straight to the bishop at Seez, and so get round through the grand vicars to the curate of Saint-Leonard's, who will be certain to tell it to the Abbe Couturier; and Mademoiselle Cormon will get the shot in her upper works.
A managing director based in the firm's San Francisco headquarters, Abbe was also appointed to JMP Securities' investment banking management committee.
Designated as a managing director based in the firm's San Francisco headquarters, Abbe has also been appointed to JMP Securities' investment banking management committee.
Abbe Student Research Grant was created as a tribute to George and his long-standing commitment to students.