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tack

in Scots property law, another word for LEASE.

TACK, Scotch law. A contract of location by which the use of land, or any other immovable subject, is, set to the lessee or tacksman for a certain yearly rent, either in money, the fruits of tho ground, or services. Ersk. Prin. Laws of Scot. B. 2, t. 6, n. 8; 1 Tho. Co. Litt. 209. This word is nearly synonymous with lease.

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At registered Tackers centres, all sailing equipment is provided and no prior sailing experience is necessary.
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British-born Liz Schick, a liver transplant recipient now based in Switzerland founded TACKERS - Transplant Adventure Camps for Kids - in 2002.
The adventure camp is run by charity Tackers, which provides opportunities for children who have had organ transplants to learn more about becoming independent.
The at tackers sur rounded the limousine and pounded it, smashing a window, and splashed it with paint.
Automatic hammer tackers look like a hammer, with the stapling mechanism in the head and the staples stored in the handle.
Shortly after the restart Max Nyahoda won a penalty which was quickly taken and the ball was whipped out to Siale Piutau, who brushed aside a host of would-be tackers to force his way over for a fine try which Littlewood converted.
Each kit contains a light-up bead inflatable bottle, as well as "festive Mardi Gras party beads, eye-catching 5'x3' banner, pennant strings and wall tackers.
Each contains 100 coasters, three 30-inch pennant strings, 36 Brewski Party beads, three wall tackers, 25 table tents, large wall tackers.