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Keta is a town in the Volta Region of Ghana. It is the capital of the Keta Municipal District.
- Keta is a fictional character from the 1954 film Charge of the Lancers.
- Keta is a fictional film character.
Phrases with Keta
- Chelipoda Keta
- Calystryma Keta
- oncorhynchus keta
- Species Chelipoda Keta
- Species Calystryma Keta
- Cephalodella Gracilis Keta
- Subspecies Cephalodella Gracilis Keta
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Chala Keta is a comet which appears in the West with a tail an inch in length pointing to the South; as it proceeds more and more towards the North, it increases in length. * On the day of appearance according to commentator. f About the ...
The Lands and Forests Review
Keta is a vernacular name in Kamchatka. In coloration it is metallic blue along the back, with a slightly purplish sheen. The belly and sides are silvery. Adult fish in freshwater take on blackish to reddish streaks across the sides. The breeding ...
The Papermaker's Companion (2012)
The Ultimate Guide to Making and Using Handmade Paper by Helen Hiebert
The keta is a hinged frame that holds the su. The sugeta is deeper than the Western deckle, to accommodate the different sheet-forming process (see Japanese papermaking, page 98). This process is more suitable for some plant fibers than ...
IFIP International Conference, NPC 2005, Beijing, China, November 30 - December 3, 2005, Proceedings by Hai Jin, Daniel Reed, Wenbin Jiang
Open KETA is a kernel web server, the original developing intention of which is to improve web server's performance by transferring the processing of static requests from user space to kernel space. When overloaded, performance of web ...
by Horace Gerald Danner
NOTE: The root keta iS a back-formation of ketane, an arbitrary variation ...
Wild Alaskan Seafood (2013)
Celebrated Recipes from America’s Top Chefs by James Fraioli
Alaskan Keta is a readily let that fool you. An ocean-going chum salmon available product with a great price point, is excellent table fare and a great value for the making it an attractive product for our money. The meat is firm with a tempting ...
by OECD: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Roe: SALMON CAVIAR, KETA KAVIAR (see + RED CAVIAR, + CAVIAR). DAN: Sandmusling DUT: Strandgaper FIN: (a) Hietasimpukka GER: Sandklaffmuschel GRE: Achiváda ICE: Smyrslingur ITA: Vongole JPN: Nimaigai KOR: 조개,jogae ...
by The Diagram Group,
Keta cloth Stripwoven cloth that uses contrasting colors between warp ( lengthwise threads) and weft (threads that go across the warp), and usually with inlaid designs, is called keta. Keta shares many similarities with the cloth called kente, ...
by Munayem Mayenin
Keta, Keta Keta Whole: shara, shomosTo, hoKolTa, shoKolTa, shobTa Wholesale: paikari becakina Wholesome: poripurno Whom: Kar/zar Whore: beshsha, ...
by Robert Elsie
KETA,. NIKOLLE. See. CHETTA,. NICOLA. KINOSTUDIO “SHQIPERIA E RE.” See NEW ALBANIA FILM STUDIOS. KLISSURA, ALI BEY. See KELCYRA, ALI BEY. KLOSI, ARDIAN (1957- ). Scholar and author. Ardian Klosi was born in Tirana of ...
A dictionary of the Malayan language; to which is prefixed a grammar, with an introduction and praxis (1812)
by William Marsden
ba- keta, Pers. a seat, couch; cot, bedstead. Bcr-baring de- atas ...
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NPS Photo / Daniel A. Leifheit
Photo credit: DenaliNPS
- Boat Keta Beach
This a photo take in 1985 in on the beach by Keta Secondary School, Keta, Ghana. This is a typical fish boat in the community
Photo credit: bknittle
- Clouds Over Keta Lagoon
On a random stroll
Photo credit: chadskeers
- Kids at Fort Keta
Taken at 1985, in Keta Ghana in front of the old Danish-Norwegian slave fort. Fort Prinsensten built 1784
Photo credit: bknittle
- Blini with Keta caviar
(cc) Shashi Bellamkonda...
Photo credit: ShashiBellamkonda
- Old slave fort Keta
This is a photo of Fort Prinsensten, Keta built in1784 as a Danish-Norwegian Slaving Fort. Was reused as prison and government building after. Was washing in to the sea when the photo was take in 1985
Photo credit: bknittle
Scrabble value of K5E1T1A1
The value of this 4-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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