ALTA

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Alta

[dye] Alta or Mahawar or Rose Bengal is a red dye which women in India (specially Bengali,Odiya women in Eastern India) or Bangladesh apply with cotton on the border of their feet during marriages and religious festivals. During Durga Puja many Bengali women put Alta on their feet. In certain areas of India{Which|date=January 2011} there is...
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Alta

[vehicles] Alta was a Greek manufacturer of light and heavier three-wheeler trucks, motorcycles and passenger cars. Production of motorcycles and three-wheeler trucks with Sachs 50cc engines started in its first factory in Athens in 1962. The 50S motorcycle model was known for its reliability (some survive to date in good working condition)...
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ALTA

acronym: Active Long Term Archive
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ALTA

Association of Latin American Air Transport
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Alta

In Norse mythology, Alta was the giant mother of Heimdall.
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Alta

town and ski resort, Salt Lake county, northern Utah, U.S. Lying at an elevation of 8,583 feet (2,616 metres) in the Little Cottonwood Canyon of the ...
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