OAKA

AcronymDefinition
OAKAAthens Olympic Sports Complex (Greek)
OAKAOpensource Application Knowledge Association (computing)
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And while half of the ground floor is still a traditional boozer, landlords Siriporn and Wichai Thumjaroen, who moved to Britain from Thailand eight years ago, have turned the former smoking room into a Thai restaurant named Oaka.
Instead, Oaka's tempura ice cream (PS4.95) arrived looking like a gigantic spring roll under a blanket of gooey fruit compote.
Panathinaikos' match at home to Olympiakos Piraeus was abandoned over the weekend after their fans attacked players on the visiting team's bench during the Greek Super League match and clashed with police outside the OAKA Stadium.
The games will be played in the OAKA Olympic Indoor Hall (18,000 seating capacity), regular home court of AEK.
The Bartons Arms, High Street, Newtown This glorious 114-year-old building is the unlikely home of Thai restaurant Oaka.
(73.) Haydar Efe, "Turkey's Role as an Energy Corridor And Its Impact on Stability in the South Caucasus," OAKA, Vol.