TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «AWA'»
The term «awa'» is quite widely used and occupies the 23.839
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
Quite widely used
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AWA'»
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the landmark AWA Ltd v. Daniels decision ((1992) 10 ACLC 933). AWA Ltd had
entered into what was then the relatively new world of foreign exchange dealings
. The lone employee appointed to manage AWA's foreign exchange operations ...
Tom Campbell, Keith A. Houghton, 2005
Derivatives Handbook: Risk Management and Control
AWA's underlying exposure to foreign exchange movements was approximately
$100 to $125 million. Andrew Koval was originally hired by AWA as a trainee
accountant. During 1984, he managed the short-term money market for AWA and
Robert J. Schwartz, Clifford W. Smith, 1997
Hawaiian Dictionary: Hawaiian-English, English-Hawaiian
Pas/imp. of 'awa'a. Papaioa 'Owa'ahia ka lani (chant), the high chief is a furrowed
reef. awaaKSne. Same as 'awa li'i, a variety of kava. It is said that the god Kane
brought the first 'awa to Hawai'i. 'awa l.kaa. n. A variety of kava with long, ...
Mary Kawena Pukui, Samuel H. Elbert, 1986
Hawaiian Herbs of Medicinal Value
For displacement of the womb, "awa" has been found to be very helpful Take four
pieces of the meaty portion of the "awa"; a handful of "popolo" berries; four buds
and two young leaves of the Euphorbia multiformis ("akoko"); two buds of the ...
D. M. Kaaiakamanu, J. K. Akina, 2003
Analytical Writing Assessment
As a bonus, this book includes the complete list of all possible AWA topics for the actual GMAT.
Chad Troutwine, Markus Moberg, Brian Galvin, 2010
Maru - Titanic of Japan
heading home on the Awa Maru?” Masako felt a wave rush over her but it was
gentle and soothing not like the stormy ones that had tortured her the last few
days. She tried to reach out to her husband but her legs and arms did not belong
: Partington's Photographs of Whanganui Māori
The reproduction of this outstanding collection of 19th Century photographs of Maori by WHT Partington is an important event, in both historical and photographic terms.
William Henry Thomas Partington, 2003
Martial Arts in the Modern World
into the mouth of Kuukai (774-835) during his religious austerities in
Murotomisaki resembles Awa's experience. After his "great explosion," Awa
began to preach that one must "put an entire lifetime of exertion into each shot"
and that one can ...
Thomas A. Green, Joseph R. Svinth, 2003
The Linguistic Typology and Representation of African Languages
2.1 M-tone spreading The genitive (or 'associative') construction is composed of
Nl (possessed) + awa (associative marker)3 + N2(possessor), as in (3). Note that
in (3), no tonal alternations take place: each word surfaces with the same tones ...
The book of Scottish song, collected and illustr. with hist. ...
Haud awa', bide awa', Haud awa' frae me, Donald ! I'll neither kiss nor ha'e a ring
; Nae tartan plaids for me, Donald ! O, see ye not her ponnie progues. Her fecket-
plaid, pine, creen, matam ? Her twa short hose, nnd her twa apoiga, And a ...