Akiko

[given name] ==Possible writings== The kanji characters 晶 meaning `sparkle`, 明 meaning `bright`, and 秋 meaning `autumn` are three varitations of ways to write `Aki` and the kanji 子 is a common suffix to female given names in Japan. In Japanese 子 (syllable for `ko`) is the character which means `child`. Akiko can also be written ma...
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Akiko

The chip present in a CD³² that allowed 'Doom-style' games to run at a fast speed. It has so far been used very little, although it has been useful in Apple Mac emulation.
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Akiko

Akiko is a Japanese girl name. The meaning of the name is `Brilliant Child` Where is it used? The name Akiko is mainly used In Japanese. The name Akiko doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Akiko seems to be unique!
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Akiko

[Amiga] ===Republic of China=== This article was improperly passed for GA by a WikiProject Taiwan involved editor. This reviewer could not possibly have been objective. --Slashem (talk) 10:30, 23 April 2008 (UTC) ...
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Akiko

[comic book] Akiko is an American comic book series written and drawn by Mark Crilley and published by Sirius Entertainment. The comics have spawned a series of children`s novels from Random House. The story has been described as a cross between The Wizard of Oz and Star Wars, centering on the adventures of Akiko, a Japanese American girl, ...
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Akiko

[anime] Akiko hentai is a two episode OVA. It was made by Triple X Studios and released first in Japan in July 1996. The American version of Akiko was released in August 2003 by Soft Cel Pictures. ==Plot== Nobel Academy`s students seem to have uncontrollable sexual urges. So big urges that one of the students of the Academy spends entire su...
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