from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A star in the constellation Eridanus that is one of the brightest stars in the sky and is 114 light years from Earth.
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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There has so far been no word from the Hall of State or Achernar Prime about these developments.
In the sky above, the oblate form of Achernar shined a cool bluish white.
We know of the various factions on Romulus and Achernar Prime.
Government security did try to shut down one of the protests on Achernar Prime.
“The summit will not be on Achernar Prime,” she said.
Tens of thousands taking to the streets on Achernar Prime.
More and more, he considered leaving Romulus and traveling to Achernar Prime to seek an audience with the empress.
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When he had met with the empress on Achernar Prime, he had genuinely believed her innocent of the crimes for which she had ultimately been arrested.
“So much of Achernar Prime is beautiful, Captain,” Donatra said.
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