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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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In all group I patients, tackers were used to fix the mesh, while in group II mesh was not fixed by any means but carefully negotiated to cover hernia defect and 3cm margins distal to the defect.
All profits from the sale of the Tacker Trackers go to Caudwell, which helps provide lifesaving treatments, therapies and specialist equipment for sick and disabled children.
Automatic hammer tackers look like a hammer, with the stapling mechanism in the head and the staples stored in the handle.
Apart from Singh, Karan Tacker, VJ Andy, Mouni Roy, Shakti Singh and Pooja Bose's names have been confirmed as participants in the upcoming "JDJ 7".
Wallace, who has taken over as Pars' penalty tacker, drilled a low shot into the bottom corner of the net past Michael Andrews.
The good old days of using a hammer tacker to install house wrap are gone forever.
Survivors include his wife, Kathy; three sons James and Robert of Springfield and Michael of California; two stepsons, Bill Tacker of Alaska and Steve Tacker of Springfield; two sisters, Helen Marang of Spokane, Wash.
The 24-year-old Spurs at tacker struggled in his first season at White Hart Lane having signed from Charlton in a pounds 16.
WESTMEATH boss Tomas O Flatharta insisted there was no rift between him and ace at tacker Denis Glennon after Saturday's O'Byrne Cup thumping at the hands of Dublin.
But despite the best efforts of man-of-the-match Williams and top tacker Callum Purcell, they were unable to win.
We dominated for long periods without having a cutting edge, '' said boss Tommy Lawson, whose side were sunk by goals from Martin Tacker, from the spot, and Paul Palmer.
Tacker is an associate professor and extension engineer at the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service in Little Rock, Ark.