Alaska (approved especially for use with zip code).
And just last month the AK Party pulled off its biggest election victory ever, polling close to 50 percent of the vote.
Turkey’s Headless Military Owen Matthews July 29, 2011
Fairbanks, AK Over the past 50 years, Alaska has warmed more than twice as fast as the rest of the United States.
5 Cities Vulnerable to Extreme Weather Heidi Cullen August 31, 2010
He stood above Colin and pointed the AK at his face from five feet away.
‘You Have 30 Seconds’: The Real Captain Phillips’s Gripping Memoir Captain Richard Phillips, Stephan Talty October 10, 2013
AK Party supporters were also frustrated by the media coverage of the protests.
Turkey Is Divided as Government Blames Protests on ‘International Conspiracy’ Ceren Kenar June 16, 2013
For anyone feeling guilty from eating all that salmon, you can sign up for the AK Salmon Runs road race on the second day.
America’s Best Summer Food Festivals Lonely Planet July 4, 2014
AK, nobody has cried for Bedstefar as much as old Kari has cried for the young ox.
Katharine Frensham Beatrice Harraden
In this figure AK′b is an isothermal, AK″ is the curve for the binary system, and K is the ternary critical point.
The Phase Rule and Its Applications Alexander Findlay
Acrogen, AK′ro-jen, n. a plant that grows at the top chiefly, as a tree-fern.
Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various
The AK cenot is thirty feet below the surface, and belongs to the early series of these natural phenomena.
The Ancient Cities of the New World Dsir Charnay
The a in the Bind-rune AK is probably the termination of the word Fra, from.
Notice of Runic Inscriptions Discovered during Recent Excavations in the Orkneys James Farrer
Knight of the Order of Australia
. a seaport in SW Jordan, at the N end of the Gulf of Aqaba. Gulf of, an arm of the Red Sea, between Saudi Arabia and Egypt. 100 miles (160 km) long. Historical Examples Before this force could reach Taba that place had been seized by the Turkish commandant at Akaba. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th […]
a Hawaiian shrub or climber, Rubus macraei, bearing a large, red, edible raspberry. Historical Examples The akala of which the pa-u had been made lay where it was left, took root and grew into a large vine. Legends of Gods and Ghosts (Hawaiian Mythology) W. D. (William Drake) Westervelt
noun (in India) a learned society
- Akamushi disease
akamushi disease akamushi disease ak·a·mu·shi disease (āk’ə-mōō’shē, ä’kə-) n. See scrub typhus.