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anker

[′aŋ·kər]
(mechanics)
A unit of capacity equal to 10 U.S. gallons (37.854 liters); used to measure liquids, especially honey, oil, vinegar, spirits, and wine.
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The documentary combines Anker's expedition with footage about Mallory and the result is a film that's filled with remarkable scenery as it focuses on some men determined to achieve their magnificent obsession.
"There has been quite a bit of construction, that's why we haven't opened sooner," said Katy Anker.
Anker focused his analysis on 86% of patients who did not have edema at baseline.
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The arrangement of a mix match facility will see Torex Retail offer 1.193 new Torex Retail shares and 94.2p cash for every Anker share.
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The monitors are part of a whole till order awarded to Anker Systems.
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But in the case of the Anker Care, located in the former Fantasia Coffee House space on Cornwall Avenue, a lot has changed since Fantasia closed in early July.