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ACHAT. This French word signifies a purchase. It is used in some of our law books, as well as achetor, a purchaser, which in some ancient statutes means purveyor. Stat. 36 Edw. III.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The Achates power opposed-piston (OP) engine is engineered to achieve superior thermal efficiency by virtue of its lower heat losses, improved combustion and reduced pumping losses.
This joint development agreement will help Achates Power to respond to a growing list of customers, as well as continue research and development work.
Nasser added that "the implemented investments to benefit from the innovations of Solidia Technologies and Achates Power companies, and the development and construction of the first commercial gas-generating power plant which is capable of capturing, storing and using carbon, are considered the best demonstration of the determination and persistence of OGCI to address the dilemma of global warming through innovative solutions."
The investments with Solidia Technologies, Achates Power and the first commercial carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) gas plant are a testimony to OGCI's determination in tackling climate change through technology-enabled solutions that align with Saudi Aramco's key priorities of reducing GHG emissions in the energy sector.
(21) "If he could but play backgammon," Sewall said, "I declare I would chuse him, in preference to all the men in the world, my fidus Achates, in my projected asylum." (22) Their bond was such that Adams, hearkening back to the famous Biblical friendship that he, a deacon's son, and Sewall, a devout believer, would both understand, remembered, "He always called me John and I him Jonathan, and I often said to him, I wish my name were David." (23)
Magazine, a Michigan business publication, has recognised San Diego-based Achates Power Incorporated as Michigan Economic Bright Spot for 2017.
This will likely require the Federal Circuit to revisit its holdings in pre-Cuozzo decisions such as GTNX, Achates, and Sightsound.
Act 2 scene 1 of the play opens with Aeneas, Achates and Ascanius approaching the walls of Carthage after their tramp through the Libyan desert.