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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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Sonia Kidd, mitigating, said that Tack stole to feed herself and take pictures of her two children who she has limited contact with as they have been taken into care.
The tack measurement cycle began at the initial height of 5 mm.
Despite the team's best efforts a few tacks went unnoticed.
Maybe you should quit smoking so much pot and jacking off until 4 in the morning," Tack says.
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CSO Bev Sellars, of the Bedlington Neighbourhood Team, said: "We want people to come along and bring their tack and other equipment.
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His antics came to light after pensioner Christine Pearson was injured stepping on a tack as she walked past Tonbridge Police Station in Kent on April 30, Maidstone crown court heard Paul Valder, prosecuting, said Bance, of nearby Sevenoaks, was arrested after being seen on CCTV dropping tacks.