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Anna

A customary unit of area approximately equivalent to 16.86 square meters. It is used in real estate transactions in some parts of Pakistan.
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If you or anyone you know has been affected by Chris Pratt and Anna Faris' divorce, please know you are not alone.
Afraid that Anna will expose secrets about her marriage with Ted and his failed business ventures, Maxine reached out to Anna's editor and made a shady deal.
I still can't remember which one of us was the first to make the joke (had Anna been there it would've been her, without a shadow of a doubt) but we said it anyway, as she knew we would.
It was not long before Melville and Anna went on the road selling the Bissell Carpet Sweeper door to door.
Anna likes looking at the pretty bunches of asparagus and beets, the rows of colorful peaches, blueberries and tomatoes in their little wooden boxes.
Last night, former colleagues spoke of their fond memories of Anna.
En route, Anna meets Countess Vronskaya (Olivia Williams) and her son, dashing cavalry officer Count Vronsky (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), who is wooing Dolly's 18-year-old sister Kitty (Alicia Vikander).
After enduring a quiet but emotionally tumultuous childhood in Vicksburg, Iowa, Anna fled home, first to Chicago, where she joined a sexually experimental theater organization; when this lifestyle began to deter young Anna, she resumed college studies, eventually becoming an art teacher, marrying a man named David, and settling in Maine.
The retired factory worker - also called Anna Kournikova - said she believed the tennis star had finally found her soulmate following her failed marriage to Russian ice hockey star Sergie Fedorov.
ANNA Kournikova proves she's still on top form as she enjoys a passionate clinch with boyfriend Enrique Iglesias.
His play Anna in the Tropics beat out the two other better-known finalists, The Goat and Take Me Out, by far better-known authors, Edward Albee and Richard Greenberg, respectively.
And most importantly, "How can I be sure that Anna has the same positive camp experience that we provide every other youth in our care?