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ACRE, measures. A quantity of land containing in length forty perches, and four in breadth, or one hundred and sixty square perches, of whatever shape may be the land. Serg. Land Laws of Penn., 185. See Cro. Eliz. 476, 665; 6 Co. 67; Poph. 55; Co. Litt. 5, b, and note 22.

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Following the Seleucid rule the Romans used the harbor of Akko.
The language is banned in Syria," said Akko, who was himself under a 10-year travel ban while he lived in Syria.
The genera Robinsichthys Birdsong, 1988, Akko Birdsong & Robins, 1995 and Ophiogobius Gill, 1863, were later added to the tribe.
Akko said the Kurdish streets will not calm down until Syria as a whole enjoys freedom of speech and assembly and the Baath Party monopoly of power is ended.
a label converter in Akko, Israel, has acquired a 430mm (17") Omet X-Flex press in its pursuit of business in the shrink sleeve market.
Still, Darwish insists, despite Death's indifference, on meeting by the sea gate, where the poem will eventually close, in Akko, the port of his childhood, seven kilometers from his razed village, al-Birweh, in Galilee.
Acre is pronounced Akko in Hebrew and was written as such in both Arabic and English letters.
Asi fue que en el 2001 Akko entro a hacer parte del listado -en el numero 1042- de los bienes tutelados por parte de la UNESCO.
Department of Energy, is joined in the Group by Paul-Henri Tuinder, John Glowienka, Akko Maas, Leslie Meyssonnier, and Hiroshi Matsumoto.
Kron is arrested and placed in isolation in Akko prison.
On October 13, the Israeli Ynet news service reported that the Northern District police commander Major-General Shimon Koren as saying, "the dominant elements behind the riots in Akko seem to be Jewish instigators".