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If you throw a stone vertically upwards, the at a point it will come to rest due to gravity and will start falling. At that topmost position of its motion, it will have 0 velocity but gravitational acceleration(g) will still be acting on it.
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 Throw a solid metal or rock  straight up. At its highest point, right when it stops to come back towards the earth, its velocity is zero -- but it has gravity's acceleration pulling it back down. ............
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