There are some white rivers, as the Rio Branco, whose waters are almost as white as milk itself!
On the Rio Branco, and among the Tomunda, the moon is a girl who loved her brother and visited him in the dark.
They were about to start for the Rio Branco on an exploring tour.
Rio Branco's victory disrupted the Conservative party, and after achieving it he was unable to hold his majority together.
Old English æcer "tilled field, open land," from Proto-Germanic *akraz "field, pasture" (cf. Old Norse akr, Old Saxon akkar, Old Frisian ekker, Middle Dutch acker, Dutch akker, Old High German achar, German acker, Gothic akrs), from PIE *agro- "field" (cf. Latin ager "field, land," Greek agros, Sanskrit ajras "plain, open country").
Originally in English without reference to dimension; in late Old English the amount of land a yoke of oxen could plow in a day, afterward defined by statute as a piece 40 poles by 4, or an equivalent shape (5 Edw. I, 31 Edw. III, 24 Hen. VIII). Original sense retained in God's acre "churchyard."