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acker

(ˈækə)
n
1. (Education) informal Austral a variant spelling of acca
2. slang Austral a pimple
[for sense 2, a shortened form of acne]
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Acker and Moyer's onscreen daughter, Natalie Alyn Lind, who will play the role of Lauren Strucker, gushed over her TV mom.
Acker presents readers with a collection of interrelated narrative essays that use fictional characters and scenarios to examine concepts and contemporary issues in law and justice.
Acker and his team of six content creators produce a range of materials employing a variety of styles and looks from broadcast segments, run-and-gun and last-minute shoots to fully scripted and produced projects, in addition to church services and events.
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