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Asko a.k.a. Askø is a Danish island north of Lolland. It covers an area of 2.82 km² and has 55 inhabitants.
- also known as 阿斯克島
Asko is a fictional film character.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Asko
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by Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of Ethnology
“'asko is a mythological being of the wolf species, similar to the chu-chu-hmexl of the Makah Indians, an antediluvian demon supposed to live in the mountains. The skulpin, on the right leg of the woman in. Flo. 527.—Two forms of skulpin, ...
BAM asko is a reasonable faire City, and belongeth to a Rishop of its owne; who poffeffethnofinal part of Francony: It is feated on Adanut,not far from weir). Berg. Therevenue of this Bishop cannot but be£ for in the warres of Germany, #39," find ...
by Tristam Carrington-Windo, Katrin Kohl
ASKO DEUTSCHE KAUFHAUS AG 19 work should only be included on the request of the employee. See also: ARBEITSBESCHEINIGUNG ARCHITEKTUR & WOHNEN Magazine published twice a month specialising in architecture and ...
Encyclopedia of Adolescence (2014)
by Roger J.R. Levesque
Matj asko Department of Human ...
by Marcus Baker
Asko people. Aslik; cape, the northern head of Inanudak bay, on the northern coast of Umnak, eastern Aleutians. Native name, from Kuritzien, 1849. Aspid; bay, indenting the ...
by Donald Venes
Ascomycetes (asko ̄-mı ̄se ̄te ̄z) [Gr. askos, leather bag mycetes] In one system of taxonomy, a class of the true fungi that includes the genera Histoplasma, Micosporum, Penicillium, and the yeast Saccharomyces. This class is equivalent ...
by Lynne Warren
Poland Laura Letinsky Faculty, Committee on the Visual Arts University of Chicago Chicago, Illinois Asko Makela Director, Finnish Museum of Photography Helsinki, Finland Arthur Ollman Director and Curator Museum of Photographic Arts ...
by James Stevens Curl, Susan Wilson
Salokorpi, Asko (1970): Modern Architecture in ...
Dictionary of Jewish Usage (2005)
A Guide to the Use of Jewish Terms by Sol Steinmetz
The Yiddish- origin form is asken, plural asko'nim. From Hebrew, derived from esek 'business, occupation.' atbash. A form of gematria in ...
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Photos about Asko
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- Asko mobelhall
Photo credit: JForth
- Asko washing machine
Asko W6222 Quattro 1200 RPM washing machine.
Rated at 175 kWh per year
(4.5 star rating at energyrating.gov.au)
Rated at 57 litres per 'normal' wash
(4.0 star rating at waterrating.gov.au)
Photo credit: Tim Gillin
- Jende asko ekitaldian
Photo credit: Humanitate eta Hezkuntza Zientzien Fakultatea
- Rare Asko table
Photo credit: JForth
Scrabble value of A1S1K5O1
The value of this 4-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine