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oke

(əʊk)
n
(Units) another name for oka

oke

(əʊk)
adj, adv
informal another term for O.K.

oke

(əʊk)
n
South African an informal word for man
[from Afrikaans]
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o•ka1

(ˈoʊ kə)

also oke



n., pl. o•kas.
1. a unit of weight in Turkey and neighboring countries, equal to about 2¾ pounds (1.25 kilograms).
2. a unit of liquid measure, equal to about 1? U.S. liquid quarts (1.26 liters).
[1615–25; < Italian occa < Turkish okka < Arabic (compare ūquiyya) < Greek ounkíā, c. Latin uncia; see ounce1]

o•ka2

(ˈoʊ kə)

n., pl. o•kas.

O•ka

(oʊˈkɑ)

n.
a river in the central Russian Federation in Europe, flowing NE to the Volga at Nizhni Novgorod. 950 mi. (1530 km) long.
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Okes provides detailed steps for solving quality problems in companies, focusing heavily on the analytical process involved in finding the actual causes of problems.
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Okes compiles some training materials he has used, talks he has given, and articles he has published regarding internal quality audits, not as an introduction for new auditors, but as suggestions for people who understand the basics and are looking for ideas on how to improve what their organization gets out of the internal quality audit process.
A knowledge architect who consults on managing quality, Okes details five steps for solving quality problems in organizations, focusing heavily on the analytical process involved in finding the actual causes of problems.