MOKA


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MOKAMethodology of Knowledge Acquisition
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Just like its bathroom tissue predecessor, the new Cascades Moka facial tissue is made of a pulp mix composed of 100 percent recycled fiber, 80 percent of which is post-consumer material and—significantly—20 percent recovered corrugated boxes.
The new baby is the first gorilla born at Pittsburgh Zoo, in the US, since 2001 and Moka - who is a rare western lowland gorilla - has been lapping up all the attention.
An agreement would be signed between the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) and the Mahatma Gandhi Institute (MGI) in consideration of Visiting Chair of Sanskrit and Indian Philosophy at MGI, Moka.
Sheikh Moka hailed Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud's efforts to serve Islam and Muslims and defend their just causes in various international arenas.
MOKA stands for "Methodology and Tools Oriented to Knowledge based engineering Applications".
Equator submitted three coffees: Panama Esmeralda Geisha, Ethiopia Amaro Gayo Organic and Moka Java, winning this round and clinching the Roaster of the Year award.
Bellingham-based Moka Joe Coffee and its "Coffee for Clean Water" have raised $1,500 to install its first water purification system in a South American coffee community to be named later.
Follow this fine example with a green holiday at the eco-friendly La Moka hotel, where a tree grows up through the lobby and holes in the roof.
Communicating between Chinese, Spanish and English just got a whole lot easier with today's launch of a multilingual chat service for Skype, called Moka Chat.
Moka is usually gentle and charming, but only because her full vampire powers are held in check by the rosario around her throat; when it's removed, the terrifying alternate personality of her vampire self emerges