|VERB || to abate | abated | abated|
abating | abates
|SYNO ||to abate | to die away | to let up | ...|
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- Vincenzo da Rimini, also Magister Dominus Abbas de Arimino, L’abate Vincençio da Imola, Frate Vincenço, was an Italian composer of the medieval era, active in the middle of the 14th century.
- See "L'abate Galiani", by Alberto Marghieri (1878), and his correspondence with Tanucci in Giampietro Vieusseux's "L'Archivio storico" (Florence, 1878).
- Yet, the requirement did not abate, leading to improvements in the application and use of the standard testing methodology.
- Abate was affectionately known in the community as (pops abate) for his community work and youth mentorship.
- 5. To take measures to abate pollution in the East Kolkata wetlands and conserve the flora, fauna and biodiversity in general.
- Bevel's attorney requested that the Court of Appeals of Virginia abate the conviction on account of Bevel's death.
- The spots may abate under replacement therapy.
- Sometimes reuse can be done on site to address other problems from mining, such as using alkaline rocks to abate acid mine drainage.
- In this example, Sweden would abate emissions until its MACS intersects with P (at R*), but this would only reduce a fraction of Sweden's total required abatement.
- Employees of Kohlhammer joined those of other Stuttgart-based companies in early 2016 to petition the mayor to abate traffic congestion hindering their operations inside the city.
- Section 405 covers actions not to abate. It states that no action pending immediately prior to any cession of jurisdiction shall abate by reason of that section.
- No wildlife crossings to abate these obstacles have yet been made.
- "Filippo Gibbone" served as a bishop (1880–) in Eboli, Italy, and wrote a book on Saint Antonino Abate.
- Among his pupils was the abate Marco Cappello, who wrote mainly burlesque poetry.
- These will usually abate after 6–7 days.
- ABATE is an acronym which originally stood for "A Brotherhood Against Totalitarian Enactments" and alternatively stands for "American Bikers Against Totalitarian Enactments", "A Brotherhood Aimed Towards Education", "American Bikers for Awareness, Training & Education", "American Bikers Aimed Towards Education", "American Bikers Advocating Training & Education" with other combination used.
- Thornton's research into space adaptation sickness noted that the STS-8 astronauts had escaped severe cases, with none suffering loss of motor control; The symptoms were found to abate within three days of launch.
- Sant'Antonio abate is a Roman Catholic church in Milan, Italy. The church is located on a street running parallel to Via Festa del Perdono.
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