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(Currencies) the plural of likuta


(lɪˈku tə)

n., pl. ma•ku•ta (mɑˈku tə)
a monetary unit of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, equal to 1/100 of the zaire.
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The new storyline takes place on the mythical island of Okoto, where the forces of darkness are on the move and the evil Makuta is working to cast the world into darkness.
Second, for a company that depends on automation to run things 16 hours a day in a plant empty of people, Makuta places strong emphasis on its human resources, emphasizing close collaboration, communication, and cultivating the individual talents of its team members.
Some of the well known micro molders include Accumold, ALC Precision, Micromold Inc, American Precision Products, Makuta Technics, Micromolding Solutions, Micro Precision Products, Precimold Inc, Rolla AG, Rapidwerks, Stack Plastics, Stamm and Sovrin Plastics among others.
Best Special Effects - Eega (Telugu) Makuta VFX (Rajat Kamal medal and Rs 50,000)
The satyrid butterfly, Ragadia makuta Horsfield was studied in lowland dipterocarp rainforest in Sabah, Borneo.
North Eastern Coalfield is located in the lush green canopy of Margherita subdivision, Tinsukia district, Assam, in the North Eastern corner of India and carries out its coal mining activities in Makuta coalfields of Assam.
Their heroes, whom the Tohunga call the Toa, must fight an evil creature named Makuta in order to liberate their island.
Stu Kaplan, President of Makuta Technics, discussed the creation and production of micromolded microfluidic devices for medical diagnostics, including a portable testing device for HIV/AIDS under development at Makuta that can deliver results in a matter of minutes.
MaKuta, who says he is paying no attention to his school work, he is sleeping in class and is failing his tests.
With dual Midak skyblasters and tri-arms featuring lasers and force field capacitors, the mission is to smash the Brotherhood of Makuta while there is still time to save the universe.
In Makuta monogurui (Madman on a Pillow), a grandfather, who is over one hundred years old, has fallen in love with a very young woman, and there are rumors that he has lost his mind.
The authors wish to acknowledge Tim Christopherson, Renee Linehan, John Makuta, Kevin Marler, Curt Newill, and Sabrina Steele for their contributions to the article.