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ANCHORAGE, merc. law. A toll paid for every anchor cast from a ship into a river, and sometimes a toll bearing this name is paid, although there be no anchor cast. This toll is said to be incident to almost every port. 1 Wm. Bl. 413; 2 Chit. Com. Law, 16.

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These transfers rights include "on-line" transfers between a carrier's own aircraft; "inter-line" transfers between one carrier and another carrier; "co-mingling" of US and non-US cargo; and "change-of-gauge" transfers from, for example, a wide-bodied freighter aircraft to one or more smaller aircraft flying to multiple destinations from Anchorage.
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An active performer, he has appeared as guest soloist with the Anchorage Chamber Symphony, the Anchorage Civic Orchestra and the Anchorage String Quartet.
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May 20 at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts in Anchorage.
It's outrageous that a group based in Utah would flood our state with money to try to purchase a change to our constitution," said Allison Mendel, an Anchorage attorney who is co-chair of the group opposing the amendment.