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(Nautical Terms) a variant of kayak
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(ˈkaɪ æk)

1. an Eskimo canoe with a skin cover on a light framework, made watertight by flexible closure around the waist of the occupant and propelled with a double-bladed paddle.
2. a small boat resembling this used in sports.
3. to go or travel by kayak.
[1750–60; < Inuit qayaq]
kay′ak•er, n.
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Major Products/Brands: Cosmetics, fragrance, hair care, skin care, body care, sold through a direct-selling model including brands Aesop, Amo, Aquarela, Chronos, Ekos, Mamae e Bebe, Kaiak, Kriska, Natura, Tododia, Sou, Una.
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On the last pages of Hartl's Partibus, twelve Czech folk dances are added alongside one waltz: the fizgant, schooisch (dated 5 June 1814), marsch-tanz, bazant, kaiak, batter, kalamajka, husa(r), hulan (in G major), hulan (in D major), trinozka (in D major) and trinozka (in G major).