oka

  1. a Turkish unit of weight equal to about 2.75 pounds
  2. a Turkish liquid unit equal to 1.3 pints
  3. South American wood sorrel cultivated for its edible tubers

Oka

(from the article `mineral deposit`) ...Palabora, S.Af., mined for copper and apatite (calcium phosphate, used as a fertilizer), plus by-products of gold, silver, and other metals; ...
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Oka

(from the article `Port Salut cheese`) ...kg). It keeps well for several weeks or longer if securely wrapped. Port Salut is widely imitated; American versions tend to be milder, and those ...
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oka

[n] - a Turkish unit of weight equal to about 2.75 pounds 2. [n] - a Turkish liquid unit equal to 1.3 pints
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Oka

[mass] The oka, okka, or oke (Ottoman Turkish اوقه) was an Ottoman measure of mass, equal to 400 dirhems (Ottoman drams). Its value varied, but it was standardized in the late empire as 1.2829 kilograms. `Oka` is the most usual spelling today; `oke` was the usual contemporary English spelling; `okka` is the modern Turkish spelling, and ...
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OKA

[retailer] == History == OKA started as a mail order company in 1999, before opening its first shop in 2000. The idea for an interiors business came to Annabel when she was struggling to find good quality, stylish furniture at an affordable price to furnish a house in Florida. Since the beginning, Annabel, her sister-in-law Sue Jones and fr...
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Oka

Oka (ō'ku) , village, S Que., Canada, on the north shore of the Lake of the Two Mountains (a widening of the Ottawa) and SW of Montreal. It is noted as the site of a Trappist monastery and farm (est. 1881), where Oka cheese is made. An agricultural institute there is affiliated with the Un...
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Oka

Oka (ukä') , river, c.925 mi (1,490 km) long, rising S of Orel, central European Russia. It flows N past Orel and Kaluga, E past Serpukhov, Kolomna, and Ryazan, and then NE past Murom to join the Volga River at Nizhny Novgorod. It is navigable by large vessels below Kolomna, c.550 mi (890 k...
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Oka

Oka is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Oka

Oka, river, c.600 mi (970 km) long, rising in the Sayan Mts., Buryat Republic, S central Siberian Russia. It flows N through Irkutsk oblast to join the Angara River below Bratsk. The lower Oka valley is flooded by waters impounded behind Bratsk Dam.
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OKA

Tactical missile system [SU;RU]
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