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An obsolete unit of land area equivalent to 120 acres.
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The now-balding duke said: "But I just remember hiding behind my fringe basically.
Summary: Doctor Who fans may be hiding behind their fingers.
SANDY LYLE reignited his feud with Colin Montgomerie, accusing the Ryder Cup captain of being a "drama queen hiding behind his manager.
Graham is at home in these scenes with her klieg-light wholesomeness and Sex and the City-derived delivery, but Spacek looks embarrassed to be there, almost seeming to be hiding behind her Amazonian costar.
The MTA and Metrolink cannot derail these cases by hiding behind federal law,'' said Clark Aristei, an attorney representing more than a dozen victims.
Police rushed to the scene, hiding behind a wall as they exchanged fire with the gunman.
I wanted to bare my soul and my mistakes instead of hiding behind tides, degrees and awards.
Youths have been hiding behind trees and embankments before leaping out and throwing the missiles at passing traffic.
Supporting the extension of Christian marriage to homosexual couples is a legitimate position, but hiding behind terms like "blessing" is inherently dishonest and does all of us no credit.
Millions of us were scared witless in the '60s, '70s and '80s and were, at times, hiding behind the sofa.