“If it was, then for the same reasons, such a joint discussion would not likely be appropriate,” acker said.
Back then acker Merrall was one of the few wine stores that carried all the great domains.
It is now called "St. Ursula's acker," a sort of sacred field where the basilica was.
The sudden flowing of the sea, called in the fens of Lincolnshire, acker.
So she merely said: "Jimmy 'acker can foight you," and enjoyed the warmth fearlessly.
He lives out at acker's Fishing Lodge now an' does de cookin' for 'em.
In the Engadine, in reply to the question what the flat strips between the linches were called, the driver answered, 'acker.'
And Jimmy 'acker's granny she come out, and 'Leave the child alone' she says.
acker's signals were its code, and words of wisdom in the form of club rules had been duly got out and printed.
In the acker process the electrolyte is fused sodium chloride.