Synonyms for kaks or Related words with kaks

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Examples of "kaks"
On January 1, 2015, KUOA resumed simulcasting sports-formatted KAKS 99.5 FM.
In 2015 KAKS switched affiliations from Yahoo! Sports Radio to ESPN Radio and re-branded as "ESPN Radio 99.5".
She also won third place in the Estonian singing competition "Kaks Takti Ette" in 2007, which was televised.
KAKS rebroadcasts on FM translator K287AN licensed to Fayetteville, Arkansas, and simulcasts on sister station KUOA in Siloam Springs, Arkansas.
„Kaardipakk Kaks“ (poetry with Asko Künnap, Karl Martin Sinijärv, Jürgen Rooste, Triin Soomets, published by Näo Kirik 2006),
Salminen's film "Kaks' tavallista Lahtista" was nominated for the Golden Bear at the 1960 Berlin International Film Festival.
The Last Trilogy - "Noble Hearts or Two Friends in Florence" ("Õilsad südamed ehk kaks sõpra Firenzes"; 1970); "Dragon's Teeth" ("Lohe hambad"; 1970); "A Double Game" ("Kahekordne mäng"; 1972)
On December 13, 2012, KUOA split from its simulcast with sports-formatted KAKS 99.5 FM and changed their format to talk, branded as "AM 1290 The Mouth".
In 2010, Bunyard would go on to purchase KAKS-FM, and The Hog was moved to the 25,000 watt signal on 99.5 FM.
Kaks' tavallista Lahtista is a 1960 Finnish drama film directed by Ville Salminen. It was entered into the 10th Berlin International Film Festival.
Kärmas had her debut as a soloist in 1995 at "Kaks takti ette", a contest for debutant singers, organized by the Estonian Television. She got placed 2nd, losing only to Tiiu Tulp.
Finnish "kaksi, kolme, neljä", Estonian "kaks, kolm, neli", ), as well as "víz" 'water', "kéz" 'hand', "vér" 'blood', "fej" 'head' (cf. Finnish and Estonian "vesi, käsi, veri", Finnish "pää", Estonian "pea" or 'pää").
In 2005, Suviste took place in the well-known Estonian singing contest "Kaks Takti Ette" ("Two-stroke") and won 3rd place. But counting the male participants - he was the best male singer in the contest.
Note: the two last tracks, "Kaks pihtimust" & "Ahtumine", are incorrectly switched on the back cover and in the booklet. There is also another song titled "Ahtumine", which is also on "Need ei vaata tagasi... Osa 2".
Vainola has also written music for several stageplays (e.g. ""Ronja"", ""Huck"", ""Daamide õnn"" ja ""Mort, surma õpilane"", and songs (e.g. ""Riia mu arm"", ""Insener Garini hüperboloid"", ""Elagu Proudhon!"", ""Pille-Riin"", ""Subatlantiline kohtumine"", ""Eleegia"", ""1905"" and ""Kaks meest"").
On August 14, 2010, KAKS on-air personality Renee Gork was fired after a confrontation with Coach Bobby Petrino. Petrino refused to answer questions posed by Gork while she donned a University of Florida Gators hat. Gork claimed that she grabbed the hat from her trunk during a rainstorm, and tried to cover the hat with tape to disguise the logo. According to Gork, she was told by her bosses that they "had her back" and would defend her reasoning to the administration at the University of Arkansas and Coach Petrino. KAKS relieved Gork of her duties on August 16, 2010.
Short final vowels are lost after long syllables (two consonants or a syllable with a long vowel or diphthong) in Veps and both North and South Estonian. For example, Proto-Finnic "*kakci" "two", "*neljä" "four", "*viici" "five" > Estonian "kaks", "neli", "viis", Veps "kaks"', "nel'l'", "viž", Võro "katś", "nelli", "viiś", but > Finnish "kaksi", "neljä", "viisi". This change occurred before the loss of final consonants (if any), as vowels that were originally followed by a consonant were not lost. The loss of final "*-i" leaves phonemic palatalization of the preceding consonant in many languages, on which see below.
Meanwhile, he also continued posting his own materials like "Suomileffas" (with McVilleGalle) and "Äänitorvia" (with Kosola) and notably his second studio album "V-Tyyli" on 27 January 2010 with Monsp Records followed by "J.K x 2 Tunti terapiaa" on 13 October 2010. Notable singles included "Pelotteluu" and "Yks risti kaks".
Leif Wager (11 February 1922 – 23 March 2002) was a Finnish actor. He appeared in 75 films and television shows between 1940 and 2001. He starred in the film "Kaks' tavallista Lahtista", which was entered into the 10th Berlin International Film Festival.
In 1993, she finished 4th at "Kaks takti ette", a contest for debutant singers, organized by Estonian Television. The same year, she won the Baltic song contest "Via Baltica" and a year later she won again with ""Vari ja roos"" at Uus Laul, a song contest organized by the Estonian Television.