WKA

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AcronymDefinition
WKAWorld Karting Association
WKAWorld Kickboxing Association
WKAWell-Known Address (computer programming)
WKAWashington Kitefliers Association
WKAWittgensteiner Kliniken Aktiengesellschaft (German hospital chain)
WKAWestern Kurdistan Association (London, England, UK)
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"It's a well-known address where people go for drugs and she wanted her sister out because of what was going on at the address.
J D NEUHAUS (JDN) says, as a leading German manufacturer of pneumatic and hydraulic hoists and crane systems, it has improved its innovative website and the well-known address www.jdngroup.com incorporates many improvements, being more user-friendly, more informative and better structured, while being technically and graphically optimised, to represent state-of-the-art operation.
America's most well-known address and the residence of President Obama is haunted?
That well-known address in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, was the home of GE Plastics, which in 2007 was bought by Saudi Basic Industries Corp (Sabic) and renamed Sabic Innovative Plastics.
"Live Theatre is looking for a high quality operator for this well-known address to complement the Live Works office development and its high quality operations that are already present in this stunning location."
Site director Steve Duffield said: "As a well-known address in a fantastic location with first-rate facilities that we can offer on very good-value terms, we are an attractive proposition for companies looking to access growing markets."
Metropolitan Realty Associates went under the radar and snagged a Garden City office building with a well-known address at a rock bottom price.
(You can test the system yourself--enter a well-known address such as 1600 Pennsylvania Ave..
Linfoot is particularly pleased with the way Oaklands blends into the street scene at this well-known address in the village.
This volume of essays takes its title from Jurgen Habermas's well-known address, "Modernity: An Unfinished Project." Habermas gave the talk in September 1980 upon accepting the Theodor W.
He explained: "We are in the fortunate position of being a well-known address in a fantastic location with first-rate facilities that we can offer on very good-value terms."