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Known by another name or description. Often abbreviated "AKA" or "a.k.a." both in speech and in writing. The Affordable Care Act, also known as "Obamacare," came into effect in 2014.
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Uchenna Ochiagha (aka 'Urch Agu,' aka 'Advanced Mega Plus Ltd')
STEPHEN JONES (AKA WELLIES) The outside-half will go down as one of the greats, but he was thought to have earned this nickname due to his awkward-looking gait while running.
You may not have arrived at AKA an A-lister, but after seven days of this, you'll definitely feel like one when you leave.
AKA-PLA: Enhanced AKA Based on Physical Layer Authentication
El AKA's plan was to bring the community together again and make the streets and squares that had see so much violence bloom.
"Ownership within the AKA portfolio is a chance for both the local and international marketplaces to own prime real estate in New York City with unmatched amenities, hotel-like services and a rental program with a solid leasing platform."
LG's AKA, silly it may seem, is certainly eye-catching, and is very different from the ongoing trend that is heavily focussed on displays, processors and hi tech cameras.
Rumoured (http://www.ibtimes.co.in/articles/532005/20131228/htc-one-m8-2014-roundup-specifications-launch.htm) specifications of HTC One (2014) aka HTC One Two:
Thirty nine year old Abu Hamza aka Mohammed Ramadhan aka Mohammed Siddiqui was the lynchpin of the IISc terror attack on December 28, 2005 and was involved in the planning of the 26/11 attacks by training the gunmen in handling of explosives and arranging SIM cards for usage in the Mumbai attacks from Oman.
According to town officials, Lake Aka was last seen in October 2004 and is believed to appear when heavy rain raises the water level of Lake Shoji, which is connected to Lake Aka by an underground water vein.
Aka said conventional funds benefited from stable inflows of new money related to pensions and US 401k investment plans -- savings systems that generally have yet to be created in the Islamic world.
Rather, her medical history strongly suggested the ketoacidosis was due to alcohol consumption in conjunction with little or no nutritional intake, a condition known as alcoholic ketoacidosis (AKA) (3).
CUTLINE: (1) Jazmin Rodriguez, 14, aka Singing Woman, twirls during a dance.
AKA, a division of Korman Communities, and a collection of flexible-stay distinctive residences in US, has announced expansion plans.
AKA is committed to removing the gulf between India and Pakistan and promoting peace and friendship.