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Akwa a.k.a. Akwá: Fabrice Alcebiades Maieco, commonly known as Akwá, is an Angolan former football player who played as a forward for the Angolan national team. From his international debut in 1995, Akwá represented Angola 80 times, scoring a record 36 goals. He played for them in three Africa Cup of Nations and captained the side at the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Akwá has a brother, Rasca, who is a professional football player for Atlético Sport Aviação in Angola.
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Some Like It Hot (2005)
Spicy Favorites From The World's Hot Zones by Clifford A. Wright
'Akwa is a word that means the thickest part of the tail, which is the part that goes into this stew. The spice blend here is what makes the finished dish so delectable as the stew cooks for a very long time. Serve with Rice Pilaf ([>]), flatbread, and ...
Tribal Echoes (2012)
Restoring Hope by Nkem Denchukwu
Adaugo/Akwaugo (f) - Ugo means an Eagle which signifies purity, excellence or delicacy Akwa means Egg. Adaugo (Ada) means ...
by Dominique Malaquais
Bessengue Watchtower Bessengue Akwa is a dense quarter built between two of North Central Douala's principal North-South thoroughfares. On the southern boundary runs a large swampy creek. Most households are quite literally living on ...
Akwa Ibom Stete, Itu town. The major dialect and language of the Ibibio-Efik group. Used in adult education, university courses. Decreasing in use as a second language. Roman alphabet. National language. Eki: 5,000 speakers in Nigeria, ...
by Mark Dike DeLancey, Rebecca Mbuh, Mark W. Delancey
The Akwa clan provided leadership among coastal peoples through its king. This leadership role facilitated communication and authority in the dealings between the Duala and European governments. The Anglo-Duala treaty of 1852 and the ...
Anthropological Report on the Ibo-speaking Peoples of Nigeria: English-Ibo and Ibo-English dictionary (1913)
by Northcote Whitridge Thomas
fe, aka, akwa, wave (hand), shake (e.g., water from) hand. (e)fe ;gwe nando, strike iron (when it is cold). (e)fe mili, drive away rain. (e)fe nza, wave cow's tail. ( e)fe,do, keep law. (e)fe,ga lu, look at (trap). (e)fe,ga lu, traverse, cross (river, etc.) ...
Book & CD-ROM Set by Angus Stevenson, Maurice Waite
aqua /'akwa/ > n. the colour aquamarine. aqua- /'akwa/ b comb. form relating to water: aquaculture. — ORIGIN from L. aqua'water'. aquaculture b n. the rearing or cultivation of ...
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The value of this 4-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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