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"Yakona" is a 2014 historical documentary film written and directed by Paul Collins and Anlo Sepulveda.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- directors: Paul Collins & Anlo Sepulveda
- producers: Kevin Huffaker, Clint McCrocklin, Samuel Trim & Jillian Hall
- production design by Anlo Sepulveda
- art direction by Paul Collins
- written by Paul Collins & Anlo Sepulveda
- cinematography by Paul Collins
- edited by Paul Collins, Anlo Sepulveda, Tim Tsai
- music by Justin Sherburn
- genres: Documentary film, Historical Epic
- released on
- official website: yakona.org
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by Reid Wong
The Yakona is a flying beast insect which possess three wings. Its tenacious one inch curved sharp teeth could tear flesh off of its victim even when they are flying. It was six inches in length and its front foreleg could puncture through soft metal ...
In Tonga it is still in use, and also in Fiji, the home of the kava habit and where the liquor is called yakona. Kava is at first stimulating, but the effect of an excess resembles that of opium, producing a drowsy drunkenness, lasting for two hours.
by Albert Samuel Gatschet
“Salt-Chuck” or Pacific Coast Indian; a comprehensive term including the Coquille, Coos Bay, Sayi'iskla, Siletz, Alséya, Yakona, Nestucca, Tillamuk, Nehélim, Clatsop Indians, who are the fisher tribes of ...
by Thomas Nordegren
Yakona Piper methysticum.
The Bankers Encyclopedia (1921)
- *::: * Yakona Moxer. State tank.
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Scrabble value of Y4A1K5O1N1A1
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