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ANCHOR. A measure containing ten gallons. Lex, Mereatoria.

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While at anchor at this place, much ceremonious visiting and long conferences took place between the potentate of the islands and the partners of the company.
The sight of the mouth of the Ugambi filled Rokoff with renewed hope, for there, upon the yellow waters of the bay, floated the Kincaid at anchor. He had sent the little steamer away to coal while he had gone up the river, leaving Paulvitch in charge of her, and he could have cried aloud in his relief as he saw that she had returned in time to save him.
Examples of these new growth centers include Manila's Chinatown where (Anchor Land) has completed or is in the process of starting a total of 10 developments both commercial and residential,' Stephen Lee Keng, chairman of the board at Anchor Land Holdings, was quoted in the same regulatory filing as saying.