from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A visible current in a lake or river; a ripple on the surface of water.
- n. Obsolete form of acre.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of acre (Middle English aker, etc.).
- n. Flood-tide; a bore; an eager.
- n. A ripple or furrow on the surface of water.
The scenes with acker were exceptional. she should get her own show, or BETTER YET, she should ditch ‘happy town’ and stay on this show full time!!!
And as a self professed geek; bamber+penikett+dushku+denisof AND acker = one very happy whedon/moore fan!
I hope Drive lives, especially since Nathon Fillion is back on TV, I missed him. tdot the only reason ill watch is Amy acker ... blog comments powered by Disqus
You curated a kathy acker exhibition last year right? i wish i could of gone to that.
My brain is on fire. learning limited arabic from kathy acker
It must be sold, has a very fine Growth of Walnut wood upon it, as well as other wood, tis prized at forty shillings per acker acre which by looking into his deed of it, I find to be the same he gave for it.
"I'm T.acker," said the intruder, taking the editor's chair -- "T.T. T.acker, of New York."
The 3rd stimulus might be getting rid of the near on useless and extremely expensive 2nd level of government in this country. acker, if you knew anything about how local governments are run you would never want to give them any more power then they have.
Sat 11/14/09 1: 32 PM and i forgot amy acker! yes her if happy town doesnt make it.
The Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C. Sep. 3 -- DURHAM -- A Durham Sheriff's Office vice squad officer and a suspect the Sheriff's Anti-C.ime Narcotics Unit was attempting to arrest were wounded in an exchange of gunfire Wednesday night outside the C.acker Barrel restaurant at 3703 Hillsborough Road.