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  1. Acosta

    Acosta is a small lunar impact crater located just to the north of the prominent crater Langrenus, near the east edge of Mare Fecunditatis. To the west are the trio of Atwood, Naonobu, and Bilharz. Acosta is named after the Portuguese natural historian Cristóvão da Costa. The crater is circular and bowl-shaped, with a small interior floor at the midpoint of the sloping inner walls. This crater was designated Langrenus C prior to being renamed by the IAU.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Acosta in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Acosta in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

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  1. Chuck Schumer:

    I am calling on Secretary Acosta to resign, it is now impossible for anyone to have confidence in Secretary Acosta's ability to lead the Department of Labor.

  2. The CNNer:

    As I was reading through the comments, Jim Acosta talking to people in the crowd at the [ Trump ] rally last night and obviously seeing all of those pictures of no social distancing and very few people with masks on, et cetera, and the contrast to the football game last night where lots of masks, people socially distanced, the whole plan in place to protect the fans, the players the referees, the coaches, everybody, you know.

  3. President Trump:

    Alex Acosta informed me this morning that he felt the constant drumbeat of press about a prosecution which took place under his watch more than 12 years ago was bad for the Administration, which he so strongly believes in, and he graciously tendered his resignation.

  4. Elissa Silverman:

    You know more police might make Jim Acosta feel a little safer at Le Diplomate, but it’s not going to stop the shooting anywhere in this city, and especially where they happen the most.

  5. Don Lemon:

    I don't know if you can find a larger a-- than Jim Acosta. CNN has been engaging in a cover-up of violent crime for quite a while, they did it for political reasons. They did it because they wanted Biden in … Those two clowns Cuomo and Lemon were mocking people who were concerned. They were laughing about it.

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    the trait of showing courage and determination in spite of possible loss or injury
    • A. encumbrance
    • B. pluck
    • C. canopy
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