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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 Redlich examine legal cases in which factually innocent people are convicted of crimes for other reasons than procedural error alone.
The New York Police Department received an anonymous tip about a bomb threat regarding Facebook's campus in Menlo Park, California, and alerted local authorities at about 4:30 p.m., said Nicole Acker, a spokeswoman for the Menlo Park police.
In her impressively well crafted anthology of short stories, "Training School for Negro Girls", author Camille Acker's relatable yet unexpected characters break down the walls of respectability politics, showing that the only way for black women to be free is to be themselves.
Ivelisse Rodriguez's Love War Stories and Camille Acker's Training School for Negro Girls don't tell a single story of adolescence or childhood; instead, each story provides a new lens on youth and how children of color may experience it.
Stars Amy Acker (Kate) and Coby Bell (Jace) opened up about these new storylines while promoting the Fox show at New York Comic Con earlier this month.
Daniel Acker was condemned for the March 2000 slaying of Marquetta George of Sulphur Springs.
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Background In 2009, Maryland Transportation Authority Police Officer Acker stopped Jose Badillo for a traffic violation.
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Susan Acker, Director of MindBloom Preschool, explained there is a huge need for more attention to be paid to the fine motor skill development in children, as this skill is a precursor to early literacy.