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Acland is an English surname. The Aclands of Devon were an influential family.

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Google previewHarold Innis in the New Century (1999)

Reflections and Refractions by William Buxton, Charles R. Acland

ACLAND is an assistant professor of communication x Acknowledgments.

Google previewThe Quarterly Review (1840)

by William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero

Acland means to indicate Pagus Iliensium by Eski Atche Kioi or not. It is the name marked in Leake's map for Pagus ; but then the Colonel places another Atche Kioi to the south of the former, or Pagus, and of ...

Google previewThe London Quarterly Review (1840)

Acland means to indicate Pagus Iliensium by Eski Atche Kioi or not. It is the name marked in Leake's map for Pagus; but then the Colonel places another Atche Kioi to the south of the former, or Pagus, and of ...

Google previewPearson's Magazine (1918)

[Major Peregrine Acland is a typical Briton.

Google previewThe Christian Union (1892)

Acland is a quiet, modest man, of a kind disposition, thoroughly cultivated, combining the instincts of a gentleman with the convictions of a democrat, not much of an orator, but a steady worker, genuinely interested in the “condition of ...

Google previewNew Outlook (1892)

Acland is a quiet, modest man, of a kind disposition, thoroughly cultivated, combining the instincts of a gentleman with the convictions of a democrat, not much of an orator, but a steady worker, genuinely interested in the “ condition of ...

Google previewDictionary of British Educationists (2016)

by Richard Aldrich, Peter Gordon

Acland the educational reformer. Educated Rugby and Christ Church, Oxford. Tutor, Keble College, Oxford, 1872–5, Principal, Oxford Military College at Cowley, 1875–7. Served as treasurer of Somerville, bursar at Balliol and steward at Christ ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Cooperative Movement (1999)

by Jack Shaffer

A ACLAND, ALICE. One of the founders of the Women's League for the Spread of Cooperation which later became the Cooperative Women's Guild of England and Wales, a precursor to the International Cooperative Women's Guild and later ...

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Scrabble value of A1C3L1A1N1D2

The value of this 6-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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