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tack

To add one time period onto another.When parties are in adverse possession of real property, the possession must be uninterrupted and last for 10 to 20 years before the true owner will be prohibited from trying to regain the property.A current possessor can tack his or her time together with the time of prior possessors in order to accumulate the requisite number of years.

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Canfield & Tack employs 60 people at its Exchange Street site, while Cohber has 47 workers.
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Lisa Evans, prosecuting, said that Tack walked into the King Street shop at 2pm.
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When the team arrived on Sunday morning at around 6.45am, one of the children spotted the tacks and asked what they were.
"Maybe you should quit smoking so much pot and jacking off until 4 in the morning," Tack says.
This extended indication in the European Union enables the use of the Tack system in the tibial arteries between the knee and ankle.
Fold the edges neatly, then fasten onto the wood using a tack gun.
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The divestment was terminated upon mutual agreement between NQ Mobile and Tack Fiori.