ATXA

AcronymDefinition
ATXAAir Taxi Association
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El mundo antropomorfo--tambien en Errekatxuetako Atxa con estelas antropomorfasy la presencia de elementos apuntados--en Alto de la Huesera, acaso tambien como una referencia al mundo de lo belico/defensivo--son una constante al menos entre hace 4500 y 3500 BP.
But the dedicated Atxa is clear with his message that a Basque chef takes modern gastronomy seriously.
Another highlight was kokotxas, a Basque country specialty -- an obvious nod to Eneko Atxas' heritage -- in which the cheek of hake fish is confit-ed and served with a spicy garlic Pil Pil sauce, resulting in a beautiful butter-soft dish oozing flavour.
The incredible food concept at Iniala - restaurant Aziamendi - will be provided by Eneko Atxa, the youngest chef to have ever received three-Michelin Stars in Spain.
2002; Lane and Brodley 1999) or intrusion detection in web applications (Garcia Adeva and Pikatza Atxa 2007).
(87.) ?ilyele ?itiwle,' bqatta atxa' hasta la-gol' ke?ellu ci mindix la la-gdire.'
Gaizka Atxa, from the Mr Pentland Club - Athletic Bilbao's supporters club in London and named after their legendary English coach of the inter-war period - explains why Kendall still has a special place in their hearts.
Asi se documenta en el poblado de Atxa, donde se descubrio un deposito compuesto por cuernos de bovino--Bos taurus--y 2 astas de ciervo--Cervus elaphus--, que se encontraban en una cubeta con restos oseos infantiles.