KA

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AcronymDefinition
KAKnowledge Area
KAKick Ass
KAKamov (Russian aircraft designer)
KAKappa Alpha
KAKilmarnock (postcode, United Kingdom)
KAKeine Ahnung (German: No Idea)
KAKahr Arms (Orangetown, NY)
KAKey Account
KAThousand Years Ago
KAKeep Alive
KAKnowledge Acquisition
KAKool Aid
KADragonair (Hong Kong airline company)
KAKeyed Alike (locksmithing)
KAKnee Airbag (automobiles)
KAKenya Airways
KAKainate
KAKarlsruhe, Germany (automobilie license plate)
KAKetoacid
KAKainic Acid
KAKeine Angabe (German)
KAKiller App
KAKenmore Air
KAKey Area
KAKey Activities
KAKeratoacanthoma
KAAcid Dissociation Constant
KAKing's Army (historic reenactment group)
KAIonization Constant
KAKarlovac, Croatia (license plate)
KAKnowledge Architecture
KAKids to Adults (former ESRB game rating)
KAKristina Abernathy (Weather Channel personality)
KAKissinger Associates
KAKilo-Amperes
KAKnown Associate (law enforcement)
KAKnife Arena (gaming)
KAKill Assessment
KAKelvinside Academy (Glasgow, Scotland private school)
KAKatholieke Actie (Dutch)
KAKaiserslautern American
KAKalos Agon (martial arts)
KAKepler Associates (UK)
KAAcid Constant
KAKetamine and Atropine
KAKnight Ascension (Knight Online game expansion)
KAKirov Airship
KAKarma Aquatics (Virginia Beach, VA)
KAKaiser Engineering Inc
References in classic literature ?
"But the Guardian of the Gate is considered a faithful Guardian, and the King's Army will not let the City be conquered without a struggle."
Now when the King's army had gone back and told the King that they couldn't find the Doctor, the King sent them out again and told them they must stay in the jungle till they caught him.
As to their military affairs, they boast that the king's army consists of a hundred and seventy-six thousand foot, and thirty-two thousand horse: if that may be called an army, which is made up of tradesmen in the several cities, and farmers in the country, whose commanders are only the nobility and gentry, without pay or reward.
With these formalities was born the Clan Torn, which grew in a few years to number a thousand men, and which defied a king's army and helped to make Simon de Montfort virtual ruler of England.
This was a great affront to the king's army, and a great inconvenience to the cardinal, who had no longer, it is true, to embroil Louis XIII with Anne of Austria--for that affair was over--but he had to adjust matters for M.
Now there was a certain Guy of Gisborne, a hireling knight of the King's army, who heard of Robin and of the price upon his head.
"Come forth, Namgay Doola, and command the king's army. Thy name shall no more be Namgay in the mouths of men, but Patsay Doola, for, as thou hast truly said, I know."
His niece, the spunky and barely in her teens Lyanna, chose certain death against the Night King's army, after vanquishing the feared giant.
In 1778, without the Patriots firing a shot, the king's army abandoned Philadelphia and the perceived threat from neutrals began to decline--as did the coercive and intolerant practices of the Revolutionary regime.
The latter told him that for Maisie to give justice to her character for the Season 8 episode "The Long Night," where Arya needed to defend Winterfell against the Night King's army of ice zombies, she needed to train for Kali.
One of the pivotal moments in the final series of Game of Thrones sees the Night King's army of the dead arrive at Winterfell for a battle to end all battles.
Most of the previous episode focused on the remaining characters gathered at the Starks' home in Winterfell contemplating their existence prior to an impending assault by the Night King's army.