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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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While Acker was pessimistic about the possibilities for self-reinvention and oppositional action, "working past failure" allowed her to have an out-of-self experience and enact Rimbaud's conflation of I and other.
Amy Acker, Alexis Denisof, Sean Maher, Fran Kranz, Clark Gregg, Nathan Fillion, Jillian Morgese, Reed Diamond
NEW YORK -- Playing to a packed room full of enthusiastic and vocal collectors, Acker Merrall kicked off its 2013 NYC auction season with strong results, posting $3.
Earlier that year, athletic director Bill McCrillis commissioned young musician and Jackson native Steve Acker to compose a fight song that reflected the change in the times--a new era for Mississippi State University football.
Devoted & Loving father of Sandra Keyes Acker and her husband Richard or Norwich, VT, Robert D.
Chris Barber and Acker Bilk will be leading their respective bands until the day when they're no longer able.
Two decades after his war years in France and Germany, Martin Acker was sailing on the Rhine River when the tourist group he was with broke into one of Germany's traditional folk songs.
They are Acker Bilk and His Paramount Jazz Band, the Big Chris Barber Band, plus Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen.
Barbara Caspar's celebratory documentary about the experimental writer Kathy Acker (1947-1997), her agent, Ira Silverberg, declares: "Kathy was a woman who probably lied a great deal about her life story, but the lies were as important as whatever the truth was.
FRENCH jockeys Regis Schmidlin and Alexis Acker look set to ride in Britain this winter, after it was announced that the pair will spend time at the stables of Nicky Henderson and Jonjo O'Neill, writes Jon Lees.
EXPANDED from an Oscar-nominated 2005 short film, writer/director Shane Acker greatly embellishes his original 11-minute computer-animated odyssey set on a postapocalyptic Earth devoid of human beings.
Writer-director Shane Acker greatly embellishes his original 11-minute vision into a 79-minute quest to sow the seeds of a new man and womankind.