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Archer

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 2,000 pounds. The term derives from a man named Jeffrey Archer, who was accused of bribing a prostitute with 2,000 pounds.
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Lior Shmuely, founder and CEO of Archer Consultants asserted that "It was a welcome decision to be granted our very first Bulgarian Investment intermediary license under the MiFID regulation.
Long Shot - Fires a powerful single shot to deliver more damage the farther the distance between the archer and the target
Archer with its solid cash position is well placed to accelerate exploration and development of its key graphite projects at Campoona and Sugarloaf.
Det Insp Lewis said the argument resulted in Ms Lingley "hitting Mr Archer to the head prior to getting into the taxi, driven by Sam Andrew Barrow".
That tally stood as the world record until Sam Heapy beat it in 1934, and the 48 years for which Archer held the record is the longest that anyone has been the winningmost rider.
The winner of our competition will win a pair of tickets to the Jubilee event, plus gold membership of Archers Addicts.
An Archer being killed by an archer is just too good an opportunity to pass.
H Despite it being the Swinging Sixties, Jennifer Archer shocked Ambridge in 1967 when she became the village's first single mother.
Archer distinguishes his study from others that addressed the city, citizens, and citizenship in Shakespeare by noting that none of these books "discusses strangers in the city" (20).
Lady Archer said he had not heard whether either application had been successful.
Archer knows his subject well and evokes in the reader frequent and introspective thought-provoking pauses.