[ US /əˈbɛɫ/ ]
- a poplar that is widely cultivated in the United States; has white bark and leaves with whitish undersurfaces
How To Use abele In A Sentence
- Eventually almost all postwar writers whose work departs significantly from convention have come to be labeled "postmodernist," a term that has definable meaning but that also has been used as an aid in this lashing-out, a way to further disparage such writers both by lumping them together indiscriminately and by identifying their work as just another participant in literary fashion. Postmodernism
- They labeled him unfit to work here
- Schlachter was quick to dismiss being labeled a "malcontent". Toledo Newspaper
- Eggs were labeled with a permanent marker, candled to estimate the stage of development, weighed to the nearest 0.5 g using a spring scale, and measured (length and width) to the nearest 0.1 mm with calipers.
- In ways often too subtle to be conscious but sometimes overt, I believe, blacks remain devalued in American schools, where, for example, a recent national survey shows that through high school they are still more than twice as likely as white children to receive corporal punishment, be suspended from school, or be labeled mentally retarded. Race and the Schooling of Black Americans
- A varietal is a wine made predominantly from one specific grape and is labeled as such, for example, California Merlot.
- There is some disagreement as to whether phenomenalists should be labeled "idealists."
- Although it is established that TMR-actin alone is polymerization incompetent, the impact of its copolymerization with unlabeled actin on filament structure and dynamics has not been tested yet.
- It is very serious if they were collecting and disseminating cheap political dirt from a classified document labeled ‘secret.’
- The products were likely relabeled as Korean after being loaded onto ships at Busan, they said.