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Acre

A measure of area, especially of land. The area of an acre is not standardized; an American acre is slightly larger than an international acre. It is roughly 4,840 square yards. Historically, an acre is said to be an approximation of the land a single ox could plough in a day. It is often used in real estate transactions.

acre

Historically, the amount of land a yoke of oxen could plow in one day;today,a quantity of land containing 43,560 square feet.An acre can be any shape.Especially in the case of commercial properties,land values are usually expressed in terms of price per square foot rather then price per acre.

Example:  If you know that a 16-acre parcel recently sold for $10,000,000, you calculate the price per foot as follows:

16 acres      43,560 square feet per acre       696,960 square feet

$10,000,000     696,960 feet     $14.35 per square foot

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For instance, in the Cairo Geniza, a collection of thousands of Jewish manuscript fragments found in the Ben Ezra Synagogue at Fustat, Akko was mentioned several times.
Antilligobius shares with those genera I,11-15 elements in the second dorsal fin (I,14-20 in Microgobius, Akko, Palatogobius); I,10-15 elements in the anal fin (I,14-21 in Microgobius, Akko, Palatogobius); mostly ctenoid scales on the trunk (few ctenoid scales present in Microgobius, and cycloid scales present in Palatogobius and Akko); scales present on the breast, belly and pectoral fin base (no scales in Microgobius, Akko, Palatogobius); 21-29 scales in the lateral series (35-115 in Microgobius and Akko, 12-17 in Palatogobius); and 6-8 transverse scale rows (19-20 in Microgobius, Akko and none in Palatogobius).
de Marino Sanudo di Torsello y de Paolino Veneto, la actual ciudad de Akko coincidiria con la de los cruzados.
Akko was displaced earlier this century by the deeper port of Haifa to the south.
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