Kaya

[given name] Kaya (IPA) is a common given name in several cultures. ...
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Kaya

tribal league that was formed sometime before the 3rd century in the area west of the Naktong River in southern Korea. The traditional date for the ...
Found on http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/k/17

Kaya

[Japanese musician] ==Discography== ===Albums=== ===Singles=== ===with Node of Scherzo=== ...
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KAYA

Body, usually of a BUDDHA. See also 4 BUDDHA-BODIES.
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Kaya

Kaya is a name for boys and girls. The name Kaya is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) In the Netherlands it is (almost) solely given to boys Although in most countries Kaya is a name given to girls. In the United States, 1 out of 19 Kaya`s are boys. The name sounds like: Kaye, Kay, Kaeya,, ...
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Kaya

[Mijikenda] Kaya (plural makaya) is a sacred forest of the Mijikenda people in the former Coast Province of Kenya. The kaya forest is considered to be an intrinsic source of ritual power and the origin of cultural identity;{sfn|Parkin|2006|p=37} it is also a place of prayer for members of the particular ethnic group. The settlement, ritual ...
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Kaya

[programming language] Kaya is a compiled programming languaged developed by the computer society at Durham University. It is a statically typed language that uses type inference so there is no need to explicitly declare a variable`s type. The developers state that it is suited for complex scripting tasks and small to medium scale web appli...
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Kaya

[ship] Several ships have been named `torreya nucifera`: == See also == ...
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