aba

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İngilizce - Türkçe
aba
wearing an aba
abalı
pençe-i al-i aba
(Din) Ehl-i beyt'in toplandığı yüce pençe. Bir eldeki parmaklar, Hz. Muhammed, Hz. Ali, Hz. Hasan, Hz. Hüseyin, Hz. Fatmayı simgelerler
pençe-i ali aba
EHL-İ BEYT (HZ MUHAMMED S.A.V HZ ALİ,HZ FATIMA,HZ,HASAN,HZ HÜSEYİN.)
Türkçe - Türkçe
Abla
(Hukuk) Babalar, erkek cedler
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kule
Eskiden dervişlerin giydiği abadan yapılmış, önü açık hırka: "Aba var, post var, meydanda er yok."- Y. K. Beyatlı
Kalın ve kaba kumaş
Babalar, atalar anlamında eski sözcük
Kıldan örülmüş kalın kumaş ve bu kumaşdan yapılan elbise
Günümüzde Hatay ve Gaziantep yörelerinde görülen,geleneksel Türk güreşlerinden biri
Bu kumaştan yapılmış olan: "Ayağında bir aba potur vardı."- R. N. Güntekin
Eski Türk güreşlerinden biri
Yünden, dövülerek yapılan kalın ve kaba kumaş
Yünden dövülerek yapılan kalın ve kaba kumaş
Anne
Ceket, giysi
Keçe, halı, minder, kilim gibi yaygı
Bir güreş türü
Din adamlarının giydikleri cüppe
Dar pantalon üzerine giyilen ceket
Eskiden dervişlerin giydiği abadan yapılmış, önü açık hırka
Hakat Türkleri boyuna giren küçük bir oymak
Bu kumaştan yapılmış yakasız ve uzun üstlük: "Abanın kadri yağmurda bilinir."- Atasözü
Yünden, dövülerek yapılan kalın ve kaba kumaştan yapılmış yakasız ve uzun üstlük
Köpek ve ineklere yedirmek için un ve kepekle yapılan yiyecek
Günümüzde Hatay yöresinde görülen, eski Türk güreşlerinden biri
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Mc : Mürşidler, ileri gelenler
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (Eb. C.) Babalar, pederler
ABA'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kaba, ahmak kişi
aba güreşi
Aba giyilerek ve bele kuşak bağlanarak yapılan bir tür güreş
ÂBÂ VE ECDÂD
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Analar, babalar, dedeler
İngilizce - İngilizce
Applied behavior analysis
American Bar Association
A loose-fitting sleeveless garment of this fabric worn by Bedouins

Here Nessim would sit night after night in the winter, dressed in his old rust-coloured abba, staring gravely at Betelgeuse, or hovering over books of calculations for all the world like a medieval soothsayer.

A light fabric woven of camel hair or goat hair
An altazimuth used for astronomy on either land or water
the abbreviation of the American Bar Association
{i} male first name (Hebrew)
American Bus Association; comprised of bus companies, operators and owners
a fabric woven from goat and camel hair a loose sleeveless outer garment made from aba cloth; worn by Arabs
Australian Broadcasting Authority A Commonwealth regulatory authority responsible for broadcaster licensing and regulating content of broadcasting and narrowcasting services under the Broadcasting Services Act 1992
An extension of the AB choreographic structure: after the B phrase, the piece returns to an altered version of the A phrase, which can be manipulated by changing the tempo, rhythm, length, or dynamics of the movement, or by fragmenting, repeating, or changing the order of the sequence
American Bankers Association
American Bakers Association; American Bankers Association; American Bar Association
American Booksellers Association A trade association of publishers and booksellers
A three-part compositional form in which the second section contrasts with the first section The third section is a restatement of the first section in a condensed, abbreviated, or extended form
Application Building Act
See: American Booksellers Association
~ American Bankers Association
a loose sleeveless outer garment made from aba cloth; worn by Arabs
Applied Behavioral Analysis - Also known as ABA Many professionals are connected wtth this therapy : Dr Lovaas – Dr Vincent Carbone – Dr McGreevy – Dr Partington/Dr Sundberg One-on-one, individualized programs break down learning tasks into the smallest, most basic parts, and build upon them incrementally Differences between programs can be significant Click the first link for a more specific and far more accurate description, as provided by the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies See also Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA) -- www wmich edu/aba (ABA's main site), Behavior 2000 webforum, -- Behaviorology Anywhere -- B F Skinner Foundation - -- Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis -- Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
{i} cloth woven from camel or goat hair; robe which is made from this fabric and is traditionally worn by Arabs
American Bar Association Headquartered in Chicago, the ABA offers educational programs, publications, and services relating to all facets of the practice of law
Australian Bankers' Association
American Bus Association
Australian Broadcasting Authority
[American Bankers Association] The national trade association of commercial banks
a fabric woven from the hair of camels or goats A loose sleeveless outer garment worn as traditional dress by men in the Middle East If you are not sure where the Middle East is located, you may wish to find a map from our World section
a digital code used by the American Bankers Association to define a bank
Applied Behavior Analysis, a therapeutic intervention for children with autism and other pervasive developmental disorders
The Australian Broadcasting Authority is a federal regulatory body, which regulates the use of the broadcasting services bands (BSB) under the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 and the Radiocommunications Act 1992
(Accredited Business Accountant or Accredited Business Advisor), in the US, is a national credential conferred by Accreditation Council for Accountancy and Taxation to professionals who specialize in supporting the financial needs of individuals and small to medium sized businesses ABA is the only nationally recognized alternative to the CPA Most accredited individuals do not perform audits Generally, they are small business owners themselves In addition to general accounting work, CPAs are also heavily schooled in performing audits; however, only a small fraction of America's businesses require an audit In general, a CPA has majored in accounting, passed the CPA examination and is licensed to perform audits An ABA has majored in accounting, passed the ABA comprehensive examination and in most states is not licensed to perform audits
a fabric woven from goat and camel hair
acronym for American Bridge Association, one of the governing bodies for organized bridge in America
American Bankers Association ACB: America's Community Bankers ACCU: Association of Corporate Credit Unions ACH: Automated Clearing House CBC: Computer Based Controls CTA: Check Truncation Act CUNA: Credit Union National Association DFI: Depository Financial Institution ECC: Electronic Check Council ECCHO: Electronic Check Clearing House Organization ECHO: Electronic Clearing House, Inc ECP: Electronic Check Presentment EFT: Electronic Funds Transfer FI: Financial Institution FMS: Financial Management Service FRB: Federal Reserve Bank ICBA: Independent Community Bankers of America MICR: Magnetic Ink Character Recognition NACS: National Association for Check Safekeeping NAFCU: National Association of Federal Credit Unions NCN: National Check Network ODFI: Originating Depository Financial Institution POP: Point of Purchase POS: Point of Sale RCK: Re-presented Check RDFI: Receiving Depository Financial Institution RMRS: Rocky Mountain Retail Systems
ABA form
ternary form
Aba Eban
(1915-2002, born as Aubrey Solomon Eban), prominent Israeli diplomat and writer, former Israeli ambassador to the USA and the United Nations
aba cloth
{i} cloth woven from camel or goat hair
Alonei Aba
cooperative settlement in the hills of Nazareth
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