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gab

1. a hook or open notch in a rod or lever that drops over the spindle of a valve to form a temporary connection for operating the valve
2. a pointed tool used in masonry
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With the acquisition of GAB Robins and the combined expertise of both companies, Crawford will emerge as the pre?
Sylvia Wileman, treasurer of the Grub and Gab Club, added: "We are a vital service for the city and urgently need to find somewhere else to go.
The GAB chief spelled out seven major violations: excess payment without bills; noncooperation of government departments in stopping violations; delay in implementing vital projects and low quality of project implementation due to dearth of supervision; lack of internal monitoring regimes; negligence in collecting public funds at the appointed time; noncompliance of departments with financial rules and instructions; weak performance of some state-funded companies, incurring continuous heavy losses.
Irish men appear to have the gift of the gab when it comes to charming British women.
Therefore, the acronym GAB is still used in the name, but it doesn't necessarily stand for grandparents anymore.
Chief Xcel on the turntables and well named vocalist Gift of Gab served up a soulful, lyrical, energetic feast bathed in party vibes.
There are very few stylish New Yorkers who haven't shopped at Gab during their fifty years of business, for the Galo habit is a great way to be chic, well-shod and accessorized, and well within budget.
MAD GAB is a gameshow-style family title where a random group of words sound like a famous person, place, phrase or thing.
Under the terms of the agreement, Accenture will implement the Accenture CAS software platform to help GAB deliver an improved distributor management system and gain enhanced insights into the performance of its in-store promotions.