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  • Mabe — may refer to:*Mabe, Cornwall, a village and civil parish in the Kerrier district of Cornwall, United Kingdom. *Mabe Mexico, a producer of white goods for GE and Kenmore in the US and Canada. *Mabe pearl, a dome shaped cultured pearl grown on the… …   Wikipedia

  • Mabe — История Компания Dako (Mabe) создана в ноябре 1935 г. в Сан Паулу (Бразилия). Первой её продукцией были угольные печи для вагонов поездов. В 1947 г. правительство Бразилии национализировало компанию. К тому времени в её ассортименте появились… …   Википедия

  • mabe — mabe; MABE; …   English syllables

  • MABE — abbr. Master of Agricultural Business and Economics. * * * …   Universalium

  • mabé — n. m. (Polynésie fr.) Semi perle noire se formant sur la surface interne de la coquille d huître …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Mabe — Para otros usos de este término, véase Mabe. Mabe México Lema El Corazon de tu Hogar Tipo Compañía Privada Fundación 1946 …   Wikipedia Español

  • Mabe — This interesting surname of English origin with variant spellings Mabb, Mabe, Mabee, etc., derives from the medieval female given name Mab(be), a short form of the Middle English, Old french Amabel , from the Latin amabilis meaning loveable .… …   Surnames reference

  • mabe — noun see mabe pearl …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Mabe Mexico — is a major producer of white goods and provides products for GE and Kenmore in the US and Canada. The company was incorporated in 1945 in Mexico City. Mabe was initially dedicated to installing electrical systems. In 1948, the owners decided to… …   Wikipedia

  • Mabe, Cornwall — Mabe is a village and civil parish in the Kerrier district of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.The civil parish is bounded by Stithians and St. Gluvias to the north, Budock to the east, Mawnan and Constantine to the south and Wendron to the west …   Wikipedia

  • mabe pearl — noun Etymology: mabe probably from Ryukyuan Japanese (Amami dialect), the pearl oyster Pteria penguin Date: 1951 a cultured pearl essentially hemispherical in form called also mabe …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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