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a Kwa language spoken in Ghana and the Ivory Coast

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The bank said that its Akana Platform would power app development efforts at the upcoming external US Bank Hackathon being held in San Jose, California.
It has developed innovative go-to-market solutions leveraging partnerships with leading platform providers like Pegasystems, Appian, Akana, CA and Adobe.
Attractive candidates noted in the study include 3-scale, Akana, Apiary, Cloud Elements, Restlet, SmartBear and WS02.
Akana said that Aeromexico has selected Akana's API management platform to enable its transformation into a digital enterprise.
Such attitudes towards illegitimate power practices are also expressed through the popular condemnation of homosexuality as a means to access power (Eboussi Boulaga and Akana 2007).
"The collection is entitled "Akana," meaning warrior, and it uses gold and diamonds," said Karma Salman, 23.
HAWAII -- Fired men's basketball coach Gib Arnold and assistant coach Brandyn Akana. Promoted men's associate head basketball coach Benjy Taylor acting head coach.
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Akana, who gave a general review of the exclusion act and its history and urged the Chinese to be united in opposing it.
Akana, Hawaiian Quilting: A Fine Art (Honolulu: The Hawaiian Mission Children's Society, 1981); Linda Boynton Arthur, The Hawaiian Quilt, A Unique American Art Form (Waipahu, HI: Island Heritage Publishing, 2010) and Contemporary Hawaiian Quilting (Waipahu, HI: Island Heritage Publishing, 2010); Reiko Mochinaga Brandon and Loretta G.H.