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sack·er

 (săk′ər)
n.
1. Football A lineman skilled at sacking the quarterback.
2. Baseball A baseman.
3. One who puts things into sacks: a grocery sacker.
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933-937) Also Cytherea bare to Ares the shield-piercer Panic and Fear, terrible gods who drive in disorder the close ranks of men in numbing war, with the help of Ares, sacker of towns: and Harmonia whom high-spirited Cadmus made his wife.
John Sacker, a neighbourhood patrol sergeant in Birkenhead, jumped from a plane as he took part in a tandem skydive.
The Trustee of the Interserve Pension Scheme was advised by LCP as lead adviser, with Sacker & Partners providing the legal advice.
Last year, Preschel worked on Sacker Union, a 32-unit condo building in Carroll Gardens that also had 11 townhomes, and sold out in four months.
As much as 60% of sun exposure is due to incidental exposure, according to Christine Sacker of DSM Nutritional Products.
In this connection, they had conducted raids on illegally established camps on the bank of Kabul River at Shah Bra (Charsadda) and Chattar & Daag Mera (Surizai) Peshawar and recovered several sacker falcon and other precious birds.
The whole board must be committed to a proper IR approach that links, perhaps, with corporate governance as well," says Laurence Sacker, a partner at accountancy firm UHY Hacker Young who leads work for AIM-listed companies.
AProfessor Amanda Sacker, director of the International Centre for Lifecourse Studies in Society and Health at University College, London (UCL), co-authored recent research into the effect children's bedtimes have on their academic performance.
Professor Amanda Sacker, left, advises regular bedtimes once a child starts school
CARNIVAL TIME: Pictured at the tombola are, from left, Gemma Hartley and Ruby Sacker, both aged 11, and of Taylor Hill (PW220613Bberry-04)
Philly's leading sacker is still Jason Babin, who moved to Jacksonville last month.
Marie Sacker, 35, was put behind bars for a year for her "despicable" five-month campaign of theft.