ka

acronym: thousands of years
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Ka

The ka is usually translated as 'double', it represents a person's double. It is what we would call a spirit or a soul. The ka was created at the same time as the physical body. It was believed that the ram-headed god Khnum crafted the ka on his potter's wheel at the time of a persons birth. A persons ka would live on after their body had died. It
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Ka

Ancient Egyptian term for the double or astral body. See also Ba.
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Ka

Ancient Egyptian term for the double or astral body. See also Ba.
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Ka

[n] - unknown god
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Ka

In ancient Egyptian religion, the energy or life force of the dead which dwelt beside the mummy in the tomb and would perish unless provided with sustenance by the family of the deceased. ...
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Ka

(1) Acid dissociation constant. Often encountered as pKa (ie. -log10 Ka). (2) Association constant (Kass). The equilibrium constant for association, the reciprocal of Kd, with dimensions of litres/mole. Better to use Kd, thereby removing any ambiguity.
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Ka

1. <chemistry> Acid dissociation constant. Often encountered as pKa (i.e. Log10Ka). ... 2. Association constant (Kass). The equilibrium constant for association, the reciprocal of Kd, with dimensions of litres/mole. Better to use Kd, thereby removing any ambiguity. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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ka

in ancient Egyptian religion, with ba and akh, a principal aspect of the soul of a human being or of a god. The exact significance of ka remains a ... [5 related articles]
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Ka

KA is an abbreviation for King of Arms
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Ka

Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for dissociation constant of an acid; association constant2 (often used with gases).
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Ka

Every person was believed to have a body, Ba [personality or soul], and Ka [spirit]. These three elements would be separated at death, and would need to be reunited in the afterlife to form the Akh [new life], who would then be able to live with the gods in the after world.
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KA

CMEE drawing code of D6500 electric locomotive later Class 33/0
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Ka

[Egyptian soul] ==Summary== Some variety of promotional image, comprised of screenshots, for Cocksucker Blues. Source: http://home.comcast.net/~flickhead/Cocksucker-Blues.html ==Rationale== I believe that this image is fair use, as: ==Licensing== ...
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Ka

[kana] か, in hiragana, or カ in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana, which each represent one mora. Both represent [ka]. The shapes of these kana both originate from 加. The character can be combined with a dakuten, to form が in hiragana, ガ in katakana, and ga in Hepburn romanization. The phonetic value of the modified character i
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Ka

[pharaoh] == Name == The correct reading of Ka`s name remains uncertain.{Sfn | Wilkinson | 1999 | pp = 57–59} There are vessel inscriptions which show a serekh with a typical Ka-symbol, both written upright correctly, but there are also inscriptions presenting an upright serekh with an upside-down Ka-symbol inside. The second form of that
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Ka

[Cirque du Soleil] == See also == ...
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Ka

[Cyrillic] It commonly represents the voiceless velar plosive /k/, like the pronunciation of {angbr|k} in `king`. ==History== The Cyrillic letter Ka was derived from the Greek letter Kappa (Κ κ). In the Early Cyrillic alphabet its name was {Script|Cyrs|како} (kako), meaning `as`. In the Cyrillic numeral system, Ka had a value of 20. =
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ka

Kick Ass
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KA

Kitchen Aid or King Arthur.
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Ka

[Indic] Ka is the first consonant of Indic abugidas. In modern Indic scripts, ka is derived from the Brahmi letter , which is probably derived from the Aramaic (`K`). ==Mathematics== ===Āryabhaṭa numeration=== Aryabhata used Devanagari letters for numbers, very similar to the Greek numerals, even after the invention of Indian numerals. T
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Ka

[Javanese] == Pasangan == It`s pasangan form {Jawa|◌꧀ꦏ}, is located on the bottom side of the previous syllable. For example {Jawa|ꦲꦤꦏ꧀ꦏꦺ} - anake (his/her child), which, although transliterated with a single `k`, is written using double `ꦏ` because the rootword (`anak`, child) ends in `ꦏ`. The pasangan has two forms,
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Ka

[rapper] Kaseem Ryan (born 1972), better known by his stage name Ka, is an American rapper and producer from Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York. He is a former member of the group Natural Elements. In 1998 he formed the group Nightbreed with his friend Kev. In 2008, he was re-introduced on Gza`s album Pro Tools on the song `Firehouse` and in t
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Ka

[cuneiform] The cuneiform ka sign is a common, multi-use sign, a syllabic for ka, and an alphabetic sign used for k, or a; it is common in both the Epic of Gilgamesh over hundreds of years, and the 1350 BC Amarna letters. Cuneiform `ka` is nearly identical to a similar `mid-size` to larger cuneiform sign, ša (cuneiform); because both ka, a
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