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An obsolete unit of land area equivalent to 120 acres.
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According to his statement, and I think he's right," said the doctor, "one could readily believe that there is a corpse hidden behind every thicket.
Chief Inspector Gareth Morris tweeted: "PC Abbott plus dog have just found 2x burglars hidden in a school In Garretts Green - offenders having entered a crawlspace and hidden behind panelling.
There seem to be more using darker yellow paint and some hidden behind trees.
FORTY YEARS AGO READER'S DIGEST RAN A SERIES OF popular articles uncovering the mysteries of the human body and the threats modern life poses to the organs hidden behind our flesh.
Each black hole, millions to billions times as massive as the sun, lurks at the center of a galaxy but in visible light may lie hidden behind thick layers of dust.
The story began when the Kilcooleys decided to remodel their bathroom and discovered a three-carat diamond ring hidden behind a light fixture.
Many San Fernando Valley gardens, ponds and fountains - whether hidden behind bamboo screens in backyards or prominently displayed for the world to see - are impressive sights to behold.
Upper Class Virgin passengers who enter the state-of-the-art facility will find a tranquil oasis from the long lines and hectic security checkpoints, with a 45-foot-long cocktail bar, a gourmet kitchen, and hidden behind a ceiling-to-floor Japanese water wall, a full-service spa offering relaxing massages, soothing facials, tanning facilities, and a hair salon.
The second investigation begins with the discovery of bones hidden behind a wall in a house Edgar Allen Poe lived in.
We are lulled by a sound like a carillon with a heartbeat (a stereo system was mounted on the gallery ceiling and a subwoofer hidden behind a corner).
The fan pulley's grease fitting is hidden behind the fan blades.
This book puts forward an alternative view: that, on the contrary, religion was always present, hidden behind Modernism's glassy facade, not thrown out but suppressed, like the Freudian subconscious.