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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 page states: "We're raising PS5,000 to support thS e sudden loss of Robert Anker.
Essex-born Anker had gone on to perform with artists including Paloma Faith and Peter Andrew.
He chose Anker Radio and Maggie's Memory to benefit from his civic appeal and, together, the two teams set about raising a staggering PS33,000.
With an extensive line of products including batteries, cables, power banks, and electronic devices accessories, Anker is committed to providing dependable technological products that adapt to the ever-changing trends of the industry.
In sy doktorale proefskrif het Anker (2007) ondersoek ingestel na die nomadiese karakter in onder andere Alexander Strachan se Die werfbobbejaan (1994), deur die roman te lees volgens die Franse denkers Deleuze en Guattari se besinnings oor subjektiwiteit en die wordende-dier.
In a convincing chapter on his thought Anker shows that for Merleau-Ponty, bodily experience shapes the self in multiple and dynamic ways and that there is a level of experience which flows from embodiment and precedes social or linguistic meanings.
Country: CanadaSector: Petroleum/Natural Gas/CoalTarget: Sterling Resources LtdBuyer: Vitol Anker International BVDeal size in USD: 190mType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Terminated
With the help of RBC Capital Markets, Sterling's board will study the offer made by Vitol Anker, as well as explore other alternatives before making a decision and recommending shareholders a course of action.
Ravn notes that Het Anker (the anchor) is a small, family-owned brewery whose origins can be traced back to 1471.
To test the type of hobnailed boots and gabardine materials Mallory would have used, Conrad Anker tries to return to the summit with British climber Leo Holding, previously untested at altitude but whose finger-gripping technique during a practice climb of over-hanging rocks in the Peak District will leave you spellbound.
van der Anker leads research at the Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.