Definitions for "Sabine"
Keywords:  obert, leven, jamoon, nihils, thumps
Sabine is the original leader of the evil forces of Foo in Obert Skye's fantasy Leven Thumps series. He is seemingly destroyed at the end of Leven Thumps and the Gateway to Foo, but is found to be partially alive towards the beginning of Leven Thumps and the Whispered Secret. Part of Sabine's body is ingested by a flock of nihils that are commanded by Jamoon.
Keywords:  umbrian, oscan, sabellic, italy, akin
Of or pertaining to the ancient Sabines, a people of Italy.
The tribe of the Sabines (Latin Sabini - singular Sabinus) was an Italic tribe of ancient Italy. Their language belonged to the Sabellic subgroup of Italic languages and was akin to Oscan and Umbrian. More evidence points to the language of the Sabines having been Greek, as the Sabines originally came from Greece.
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Wallace Clement Sabine, a founder of modern architectural acoustics (1868-1919). Developed a relationship between reverberation time and the amount of acoustical absorption in a room. Designed Boston Symphony Hall, considered to be one of the best concert halls in the world. See: Reverberation Time, Sabin, Absorption.
Unit of measurement for absorption. One sabine is equal to the absorption of 1 square foot of surface which will absorb all incident energy.
Sabine is a lunar crater that forms a nearly matching pair with Ritter crater to the northwest. The two rims are separated by a distance of only a couple of kilometers. To the west is the bowl-shaped Schmidt crater, and further to the north are the Manners and Arago craters.
Keywords:  savin, see
See Savin.
Keywords:  gulf, mexico, texas, eastern, river
a river in eastern Texas that flows south into the Gulf of Mexico
Keywords:  people, one
One of the Sabine people.