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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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The works include: | PS1.1m to be spent on flood alleviation on brook courses and The Ackers Trust, which operates Ackers Adventure in Sparkbrook.
There are so many Kathy Ackers who vie for control.
OUTDOORS Thrillseeker Taster Day Try a range of different activities as Ackers Adventure host a rare Thrillseeker Taster Day.
Contract notice: Archaeological research huys ackers - silver track, municipality veldhoven.
ACKERS Adventure is a Birmingham-based outdoor adventure activity centre located in the middle of England.
The team npower volunteers from its Rainton offices pitched in to help rebuild The Ackers Adventure Centre; an 80 acre parkland packed with wildlife in a deprived part of Birmingham.
The match also featured the appearance on trial of Ackers, the Leigh and former Lancashire County Rugby Union full-back, and of Thomas, the stand off, who had been signed a week previous to the game.
Professor Louise Ackers, from the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences at Liverpool University who is a trustee of the Liverpool - Mulago Partnership, was awarded the money by Tropical Health Education Trust to develop her idea of having "sustainable volunteers".
Sarah Ackers, 37, had to force open a jammed upstairs window to pass baby Ella, one, to her husband Alan, who had scrambled up to a 10ft porch outside.
Intrepid Kate Jordan and John Knight abseiled down the wall as part of a fundraising event at The Ackers in Small Heath, Birmingham.
The teenagers found the chemicals in an unoccupied house on Ackers Hall Close, Dovecot, Liverpool.