Akka


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  • noun

Synonyms for Akka

a town and port in northwestern Israel in the eastern Mediterranean

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The courses available immediately are: Fast Track to Scala, Advanced Scala, Fast Track to Akka with Scala, Fast Track to Akka with Java, Advanced Akka with Scala, Fast Track to Play with Scala and Fast Track to Play with Java.
AKKA Technologies is to acquire a 65 percent share, while until now, MBtech has been a 100 percent Daimler subsidiary.
For readers unfamiliar with the location of Shatila Palestinian Refugee Camp in Beirut, this particular "wall of death" is located across from the PRCS Akka Hospital, such as it is, after years without adequate financial or NGO support.
So he told her he was a member of the wealthy Al-Najami family in Akka.
Joseph Akka, part owner of Manchester city centre club Panacea, punched his victim unconscious and then kicked him in the head, leaving him with a blood clot the size of a fist.
Illumination occurs when one realizes that Otto and Bianca are driving an Autobianchi, that Citro and Ann have a CitroAn, and that Punti and Akka are stuck in the traffic jam in their Pontiac.
It amazed me to realize, while interviewing a number of elderly Lubyans, that some historical events, such as Salah al Din's (Saladin's) battle of Hittin in 1187, as told by the Arab Muslim historian Ibn al-Atheer and the detailed description of it in the diaries of a teacher from Lubya, as well as the death of Damascus Governor Suleiman Pasha in Lubya (1743) and Napoleon's march through the village on his way to besiege Akka (Acre), are events that they enthusiastically recounted as part of their own personal heritage.
Annalukshmi's sister warns her, "This is not Pride and Prejudice, akka .
Egan suffered cuts, bruises and a dead leg when the Gerard Butler-trained Compton Akka came down at the Surrey track when breaking a leg.
Katz's translation of Gilgamesh and Akka is more than adequate.
Golconda failed to justify odds-on favouritism when beaten by a head by Compton Akka at Lingfield.
For the epigraphs to the chapters the author uses quotations from a surprisingly wide variety of writers belonging to widely differing time periods, including Shakespeare, Kalidasa, Kafka, and Akka Mahadevi (a twelfth-century Kannada writer).
One Arab town in Israel that serves as an eye opener is Acre, Akka or Acco, depending on whether one uses the English, Arab or Hebrew version of the name.
Ibsen will also share insights that reveal why popular open source projects, including Activiti, Akka, Drools, Grails, Play