Synonyms for maxa or Related words with maxa

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Examples of "maxa"
Maxa attributes his desire to travel partly to the fact he grew up as a military brat. Maxa lives in St. Paul, Minnesota. He has a son and a daughter.
Washington Post, October 7, 1979, Rudy Maxa, "Neas Fought Back From Paralysis"
Rudy Maxa (born 1949 in Cleveland, Ohio) is an American consumer travel expert.
Washington Post, February 3, 1980, Rudy Maxa, "Ralph Neas: Victim to Activist"
Maxa is the host and executive producer of 85 half-hour travel shows on the world's great destinations that are broadcast on public television in the U.S. with the titles "Smart Travels: Europe with Rudy Maxa", "Smart Travels: Pacific Rim with Rudy Maxa", and—since 2008—"Rudy Maxa's World." His most recent 20 episodes of "Rudy Maxa's World" are also broadcast overseas on Travel Channel International and have received numerous awards, including two regional Emmy awards.
"Anthony McCall: Face to Face" (exh. cat.). Texts by Maxa Zoller, Luke Smythe and Anthony McCall. Amsterdam: EYE Filmmuseum, 2014.
In 2001, APT was the first company to bring a high-definition series to public television with the premiere of "Smart Travels with Rudy Maxa".
In addition, Maxa hosts America's most widely syndicated radio travel show, a two-hour weekend show also called "Rudy Maxa's World."
František Maxa (born 13 February 1923) is a Czech former sport shooter who competed in the 1952 Summer Olympics and in the 1956 Summer Olympics.
In June 2009, Clift was invited to perform with Jadoo for an episode of PBS travel series "Rudy Maxa's World", working with travel guru Rudy Maxa and Emmy award-winning director Sue McNally. Jadoo not only performs live, but selections from various Jadoo CDs are featured prominently throughout the episode. Continuing this collaboration, Clift, Maxa, and McNally have begun developing a concert documentary that will bring the musicians of these two great traditions together for a concert.
Weekends include shows on money, health, real estate, computers and travel. Syndicated shows include Kim Komando and Rudy Maxa. Some hours are paid Brokered programming and some weekday shows are repeated on weekends.
Weekends feature shows on money, real estate, cars, travel and home repair. Weekend syndicated hosts include Rudy Maxa, Joe Pags, Gary Sullivan and Bill Cunningham. Most hours begin with world and national news from Fox News Radio.
Jakub Maxa (born April 23, 1989) is a Czech professional ice hockey player. He played with HC Litvínov in the Czech Extraliga during the 2010–11 Czech Extraliga season.
"Hassan Hajjaj: My Rock Stars" was exhibited at the Memphis Brooks Museum in 2016. The film was shown at Art Basel in Basel, Switzerland in June 2015, curated by Cairo-based film curator and lecturer Maxa Zoller.
Maximiliana Sebastiane Horne and her younger sister, Minerva Allaire were named by their mother. She gave her daughters romantic names because she and her sisters had been named Submit, Patience, and Hope. In "A House Like a Lotus," she is called Max or Maxa, and in "An Acceptable Time," she is referred to as Max. Metaxa—a strong Greek liqueur—is a third nickname.
Huichols carry out yearly pilgrimages to Wirikuta or Huiricuta between October and March, they follow the journey of their deities from Haramara's sea to the place where the Sun appeared (Reunax), the Cerro Quemado ("Leunaxü"). Those Gods were guided by Tatewari, the Grandfather Fire. There, a Deer ("maxa") used his horns to rise the sun to the sky, illuminating the world.
Born in Osijek, Baxa made her film debut in Brana Celovic's "Bokseri idu u raj", then moved to Italy where she became a popular starlet in Italian genre cinema, especially in commedia sexy all'italiana. In the late 1980s Maxa left showbusiness to be an architect.
Hot Talk 1080 airs a talk radio format, with mostly syndicated programs, many from the Salem Radio Network. Weekday host include Hugh Hewitt, Dennis Prager, Larry Elder, Laura Ingraham, Tom Sullivan, Todd Schnitt and Steve Deace. Weekends feature shows on money, health, home repair, travel, beer and cigars. Hosts include Rudy Maxa, Ric Edelman, Gary Sullivan and Phil Valentine. Most hours begin with world and national news from Fox News Radio.
In late-2012 and early 2013, companies began to release smartphones with 5 inch screens at 1080p resolution, such as the HTC Droid DNA and Samsung Galaxy S4. Despite the screen size approaching those of phablets, HTC's design director Jonah Becker said that the Droid DNA was not a phablet. HTC would release a proper phablet, the HTC One Maxa smartphone with a screen and a design based on its popular HTC One model, in October 2013.
Maxa's career as a travel journalist started in 1990 when he began contributing bi-weekly travel commentary to the public radio business show "Marketplace." He began writing weekly travel columns for msnbc.com, usatoday.com, and abc.com, and his "Marketplace" commentary led to the creation of a two-hour public radio show, "The Savvy Traveler," that Maxa hosted for four years before launching his public television shows.