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PERCH, measure. The length of sixteen feet and a half: a pole or rod of that length. Forty perches in length and four in breadth make an acre of land.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Perchers have been big news on the London catwalks.
In the post-match ritual of autographing the TV camera head, the Scot scribbled another memo to his stricken former doubles partner 10,000 miles away, signing, "For you, Percher" - a private nickname going back to their junior days.
you're going to get through it." e o " In the post-match ritual of autographing the TV camera head, the Scot scribbled another memo to his stricken former doubles partner 10,000 miles away, signing, "For you, Percher" - a private nickname going back to their junior days.l V ot o hist Hutchins, 27, (above) had no idea of the gesture his closest friend in tennis was about to unfurl as he tuned into a live stream of Murray's first title of 2013.
you're going to get through it." e o In the post-match ritual of autographing the TV camera head, the Scot scribbled another memo to his stricken former doubles partner 10,000 miles away, signing, "FOR YOU, Percher" - a private nickname going back to their junior days.
They made it look like that region belonged to them, and that those in Oti were only perchers. They went through lengths, even to the UN, to petition the world body to talk some 'sense' into President Akufo-Addo's head and make him realise that even though he is the sitting President of Ghana, his authority does not extend to the Volta Region.
This season pillboxes, perchers, halo crowns and vintage Alice bands are in.....
This taught me patience and stealth, and I was able to capture plenty of damselflies and perchers, who would remain in place and "pose" nicely for the camera.