AKA

(In SMS-language:) also known as
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AKA

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AKA

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(from the article `Central Asian arts`) ...artistic history. Cyrus II the Great, the ancient Persian king who founded the Achaemenian Empire, was killed by the nomadic Massagetai when ... [7 related articles]
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(from the article `Hara`) ...`communication` with a statue of the Buddhist Avalokitevara bodhisattva. He soon made an alliance with King Bhskaravarman of Kmarpa and warred ... ...(in the area between Malava and Magadha); and those of Bengal, Nepal, and Kamarupa (in the Assam Valley). Orissa (Kongoda) was under the Mana and ......
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Aka

(from the article `Bambuti`) The Bambuti is a collective name for four populations of Ituri Pygmies—the Sua, Aka, Efe, and Mbuti—each of which has formed a loose economic and ... ...population is associated with a different tribe of Bantu- or Sudanic-speaking agriculturalists. The Sua are associated with the Budu (Babudu) on ....
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Aka

(from the article `Himalayas`) Arunchal Pradesh is the homeland of several groups—the Abor or Adi, Aka, Apa Tani, Dafl, Khmpt, Khow, Mishmi, Momb,...
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AKA

a.k.a.; aka; AKA An American English acronym for also known as. An alias is a term used to indicate another name by which a person is known. It is short for alias dictus; otherwise known as a.k.a. When used in connection with a description of a person, it indicates that he/she has used or been known by another name. A fictitious name assumed by a...
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Aka

[tribe] The Purépecha language is also known as the P`urhépecha language. ...
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Aka

[Pygmy tribe] This is a partial list of discoveries by American astronomer Schelte J. Bus, discoverer of more than 1500 asteroids. ...
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Aka

[Burmese martial arts] Aka are pre-arranged sets of movement or `forms` in the Burmese martial arts. They serve as a straightforward way of passing down all of a style`s techniques unto the student. They can be practiced as a form of physical conditioning, to develop muscle memory, or demonstrated as part of a public performance. ==Aka in t...
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Aka

[sailing] The aka of a multihull sailboat is a member of the framework that connects the hull to the ama(s) (outrigger). The term aka originated with the proa, but is also applied to modern trimarans. The design of the aka depends on the forces it will encounter when sailing. For example, there are two modern variations of the proa, the tra...
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AKA

[security] AKA stands for the Authentication and Key Agreement. It is a security protocol used in 3G networks. AKA is also used for one-time password generation mechanism for Digest access authentication. AKA is a challenge-response based mechanism that uses symmetric cryptography. ==AKA in CDMA== `AKA – Authentication and Key Agreement a...
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also known as
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AKA

[rapper] Kiernan Jordan Forbes, better known by his stage name AKA is a South African rapper originally from Cape Town. == Early career == In 2002, he was part of the rap group Entity that had a hit with `Touch N Go`. Entity were nominated in 2005 for `Best African Hip Hop` in the KORA Awards and performed during the event. He went on to st...
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