Hoka


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There are lots of retailers, who are also doing well, but generally worldwide the retail industry is challenged but in our side we have great category and few things are going for us, we have different store formats and new brands that are exclusive to us," says Toby citing HOKA, a US brand that is exclusively distributed by Toby's.
The dessert took that desire even further, as Ron Shapiro of the Hoka supplied the restaurant's legendary cheesecake, long an Oxford favorite.
The Medicine Show LLC is planning the use of the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge to promote awareness about the plight of Indian People around the Nation.
It is the marketer behind international footwear brands like UGG(R)Australia, Teva(R), Sanuk(R), Ahnu(R), MOZO(R), Tsubo(R) and Hoka One One(R).
Fukui Kimiko, Morioka Takato, Hashiguchi Kimiaki, Kawamura Tadao, Irita Kazuo, Hoka Sumio, Sasaki Tomio, Takahashi Shosuke.
Nagoa beach in Bucharwada lined with whispering Hoka trees soothes your soul.
Martin purchased a 640-acre section of land close to the center of Lafayette County from a Chickasaw Indian woman named Hoka and donated a fifty-acre portion of the land to the county for the location of the courthouse (Doyle 45; Aiken 73).
But I just happened to be reading about that at the time, and the Indians, before they went into battle, they would perform a war dance and shout Hoka Hey.
Speaker Jodi Boyoris, State Attorney Mayen Hoka and State ministers and various dignitaries attended the 30 minute ceremony at the council of ministers' hall.
mmeh kia, siri, torko (ika), arakbot, kalaha, kaniebot, nakalbot, yabaput, yakorchit, yoibot (jitnu), kob (jupda), tsasha (kamsa), alu, alunka, shakalaka, shishka, shunu, kulksha, kuloxsha, hoka, nibikala, seina, seitaboka, ya (kogui), kae kosan[activar tachado]i[deactivar tachado], chason[activar tachado]i[deactivar tachado], erin[activar tachado]i[deactivar tachado], vea oran[activar tachado]i[deactivar tachado], viin [activar tachado]i[deactivar tachado] (koreguaje), beIe'i, tookeI'iiba, khambu fytu, koko tasy, lamus, lamus tasy, well fytu (paez), kuroada, kuzii, eeya, mahawita, mawi, puba, puzoi, taina, waakezi (piapoco), som, yorod (puinave), kusi, wacha ikuti (saliba), uthuberxanaeboto (sikuani), miumer?
OAXACA ES EL ESTADO MEXICANO con mayor pluralidad etnocultural, poblado desde la epoca prehispanica por diferentes grupos etnolinguisticos, de los cuales la mayor parte son idiomas originados en la gran familia linguistica Otomangue, aunque estan presentes las lenguas mixe-zoques, el chontal de origen hoka y el huave, que no tiene todavia una adscripcion linguistica precisa.
Ru/raru no sonkeyoho no hassei to tenkai: komonjo hoka no yorei kara [Derivation and development of the honorific uses of -ru and -raru: based on examples taken from the komonjo and other ancient texts].
E poi la canzone Hoka Hey (in Van De Sfroos, Breva e Tivan), nella quale viene rievocata la battaglia di Wounded Knee, nel South Dakota, che il 29 dicembre 1890 pose fine alle rivolte indiane contro il governo degli Stati Uniti.
With: Sho Aikawa, Shiro Sano, Yo Tokui, Midoriko Kimura, Shugeru Muroi, Akaji Maro, Hoka Kinoshita, Nao Omori, Takashi Ebata, Kogan Ashiya, Yojin Hino, Toshiki Ayata, Yuji Aoki.