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AKA

An abbreviation for "also known as." It is used in business when a person or, less commonly, a company, has two names or a nickname that is often used.
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The way of transmitting the authentication data is the main difference between AKA and the proposed AKA-PLA.
He writes songs with El AKA and the other kids, and performs on-stage.
AKA United Nations located at 234 East 46th Street has 95 units for sale, also designed by Asfour-Guzy.
The agency - Taproot India - which worked on AKA, reported, "It wasn't a safe and happy campaign.
Calismamizda AKA IgG degerleri PTV'li cocuklarda kontrol grubuna gore anlamli yuksek bulunmus, AKA IgM degerlerinde ise iki grup arasinda fark saptanmamistir.
Every fall, the AKAs convene an annual fund-raiser, which collects $80,000 to $100,000.
It's a new game plan for AKA and the beautiful space that the company occupies is a bold statement about its commitment to improving communication, strategic planning, and team building.
AKA will showcase the album with intimate dates at Aberdeen's Warehouse on May 21 and Glasgow's King Tut's on May 22.
Larry Korman, AKA partner, said, "These new amenities will meet the evolving needs of today's travelers.
AKA SUTTON PLACE at 330 East 56th Street is offering brokers double commission for the month of March.
Standing at a distance, you can get a giggle from a man with a penis nose (Le Domaine Enchante AKA Monsieur Saucisson, 1999), or a duck with a football head (Football Duck, 1998).
AKA appears in two partner categories: Board-level Products and System Design Services.