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 (ăk′ăd′, ä′käd′)
See Akkad.


(Placename) a variant spelling of Akkad


or Ac•cad

(ˈæk æd, ˈɑ kɑd)

1. an ancient region in Mesopotamia, the N division of Babylonia.
2. a city in this region: capital of the Akkadian empire c2350–2200 b.c.
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Al Accad also called for businesses with solar panels on their roof to be linked to the grid, so that they can provide clean energy in the UAE electricity market.
Michel Accad, the chief executive of Kuwait's Gulf Bank, has resigned from his post for personal reasons, the lender said in a bourse statement on Sunday.
In 1986 Mahmoud Ayoub concluded that the Qur'an accuses Jews and Christians of altering the truths contained in their respective scriptures, not of altering the texts themselves; and in 2003 Martin Accad suggested that it would be useful to reconstruct the process whereby the understanding of tahry' by Muslims shifted from its Qur'anic sense of the failure of Jews and Christians to understand the meaning of their respective scriptures to its classical sense of the alteration of the texts of the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament.
Integration of SAP AccAD technology with Application Delivery Controller, which may be deployed on-premise, virtualized or be cloud-based, organizations can not only reduce latency for remote users of SAP applications, but can also help ensure high availability and security for web-enabled SAP applications," added Sinha.
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In his speech Mr Accad commented that Kuwait's banking sector is recovering well in the aftermath of global financial crisis supported in part by projects which are key to Kuwait's long term development and prosperity.
and going forward every quarter should be slightly better than the previous one," Michel Accad said at the Reuters Middle East Investment Summit in Kuwait.