akee


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Synonyms for akee

widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions for its fragrant flowers and colorful fruits

red pear-shaped tropical fruit with poisonous seeds

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'Considering the magnitude of the offence, I hereby grant more time to conclude investigations,' Akee said.
The Dawes Act was meant to both assimilate Native Americans into white American culture and to transfer desirable lands to white settlers (Akee, Jorgensen, and Sunde 2015; McChesney 1990).
Phonetec UK Limited, trading as Akee's, was allowed to continue trading during the investigation and remains open to the public.
Prior studies on human resource management (Akee & Yuksel, 2012; Hughes & Dodge, 1997) and health services (Burr, Hartman, & Matteson, 1999; Sanders-Phillips, Settles-Reaves, Walker, & Brownlow, 2009; Williams, Neighbors, & Jackson, 2003) well document evidence of various racial discrimination concerns but the current literature is unclear about racial discrimination in the level of home-care aides in the U.S.
First, Randall Akee, Katherine Spilde, and Jonathan Taylor explore the economic and social impacts of tribal gaming on American Indian Reservations in California in the past 20 years.
lappaceum L.) pertence a familia Sapindaceae, que engloba outras frutiferas conhecidas: lichia (Litchi chinensis Sonn.); longan (Dimocarpuslongan Lour.); pulasan (Nephelium mutabile Bl.), akee (Bliglia sapida Koenig) e o guarana (Paullinia cupana var.
Akee Noah, 50, had known Peter from the age of five when his sister Yvonne Noah fostered him.
* We thank Randall Akee, Jason Faberman, Mark Harrison, Ken Hendricks, Andrea Ichino, Lawrence Kahn, Arthur Markman, Gerald Oettinger, James Pennebaker, the late James Ragan, Joe Stone, Mark Walker, two referees, and participants in seminars at several universities and IZA.
NEWCOMERS TO WATCH: Jamel Walker, Jr., MLB, 5-11, 200; Akee Johnson, Jr., QB/CB, 5-9, 175; Kevin Hill, Jr., OL, 6-1, 355; Toris Hodges, Jr., OL, 6-0, 345; Torrey Wilkins, Jr., OL, 6-1, 330.
Akee apple fruit (Blighia sapida, Konig) is one of the popular small-scale tropical fruits and important crop but not as important as orange and mango fruits.
(4) The particle akoor, the dative of akee 'self, is analyzed as a "voluntary action" marker (pp.