1992); The American Heritage Book of English Usage (1996).
What does AHBEU stand for?
AHBEU stands for American Heritage Book of English Usage
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
- AIDS-Hilfe beider Basel (German; AIDS support organization; Basel, Switzerland)
- A Home-Based Business Online
- Association of Hispanic and Black Business Students (New York University)
- Amsterdamse Hockey en Bandy Club
- Apparent Horizon Boundary Condition (mathematics)
- Armentières Handball Club (Armentières, France)
- Arrow Heights Baptist Church (Broken Arrow, OK)
- Ashmont Hill Bridge Club
- Australian Hair and Beauty College
- Automatic Half Barrier Crossing (rail traffic; UK)
- A Harvest Biotech Foundation International
- Africa Harvest Biotechnology Foundation International (est. 2002)
- Alfred H. Baumann Free Public Library (West Paterson, NJ)
- Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children (Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Strategy; Canada)
- Abner, Herrman and Brock, Inc. (New York and New Jersey)
- Association for Holotropic Breathwork International
- Australian Honey Bee Industry Council
- Abusive Hosts Blocking List
- Alexander Holburn Beaudin and Lang (Canadian law firm)
- All Health Breaks Loose
Samples in periodicals archive:
The new American Heritage Book of English Usage (1996) sets things aright, while-wise: "People often confuse the adverb awhile with the noun phrase a while.
The American Heritage Book of English Usage (Houghton Mifflin, 1996) opines, "Some people insist that when a gerund is preceded by a noun or pronoun, the noun or pronoun must be in the possessive case.