Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A name formerly given to certain scaly or crusty cutaneous affections of the head and face in infants, particularly to certain forms of eczema.
- n. An individual acuminate pustule.
- n. obsolete, pathology dandruff (or similar condition)
“Sounds like the kid is an achor baby, meaning his parents are illegals.”
“It's great that Hillary's campaign can now achor their hopes on Guam ...”
“While I didn't think it was a 'Jackie Robinson'-level achievement (after all Connie Chung was already an achor at CBS, admittedly with Dan Rather, who was thrilled), I think Katie could actually bring a fresh perspective to an otherwise staid genre.”
“All I want is to achor the image at the right side of that wall, next to the doorway, and spread the left boarder vertically to make the ceiling and floor lines straight, albeit getting progressively wider from each other as you get to the leftern edge of the photo.”
“The pair - she a TV achor, he a media salesman - were wowed by each other the first time they met.”
“At 6-5, 296, he is projected more as an achor against the run on the defensive left side rather than an edge pass rusher.”
“* Title of website (optional) * URL Keyword/anchor text to target (maximum 3 keywords/achor text) * Additional keyword/Tags (optional) * Your email (Full detail report via email upon completion)”
“I wish they’d just show the debate, live from start to finish and then have an achor come on and wish us all good night.”
“After the final debate, I made some comments about how I wished they’d just show the debate, have an achor come on the air say, “Thanks for watching and good night” and then let us go about our lives again, confident that as reasonably intelligent citizens we could make up our own minds and not have to have talking heads tell us who did or didn’t win.”
“You can put anything in the href attribute of an achor tag — the catch here is that their link looks a lot like the blue links e-mail reading programs create when they encounter plain-text URL’s.”
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