KISKA

KISKA was established in 1990 by Gerald Kiska as a one-man-business in Salzburg, Austria and is Austria’s largest independent design company As a consultancy, KISKA works with its clients to create designs that reinforce brands. The company’s services include consulting, design and communication. Clients include Atomic, Bajaj, Siemens, Hilti, ...
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Kiska

(from the article `Rat Islands`) ...of the Aleutian Islands, southwestern Alaska, U.S. They extend about 110 miles (175 km) southeast of the Near Islands and west of the Andreanof ... ...on Jan. 8, 1943. In the North Pacific, meanwhile, the United States had decided to expel the Japanese from the Aleutians. Having landed forces on ... ...
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Kiska

Kiska is a Russian girl name. The meaning of the name is `pure ` The name Kiska doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Kiska seems to be unique!
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Kiska

Kiska, island: see Aleutian Islands.
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Kiska

Kiska (Qisxa) is an island in the Rat Islands group of the Aleutian Islands of Alaska. It is about {convert|22|mi|lk=on} long and varies in width from {convert|1.5|to|6|mi|km}. It is part of Aleutian Islands Wilderness and as such, special permissions are required to visit it. == History == === Discovery (1741) === In 1741 while returning from his...
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Kiska

[disambiguation] Kiska is an island in the Rat Islands group of the Aleutian Islands of Alaska. Kiska may also refer to: ...
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Kiška

The Ice River Spring on Ellesmere Island, in Nunavut, Canada, is a high discharge perennial spring. As of 2014, it is the highest latitude perennial spring known. The spring is located at 300m above sea level, on the south-facing slope of an 800m mountain. The spring`s discharge has carved a gully, and flows to the Ice River. The spring was origi....
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