EK

EK may refer to:

  • Ek Commando Knife Co., a US knife manufacturer
  • Ek Park, a cricket ground in Kitwe, Zambia
  • East Kilbride, a large town in South Lanarkshire, Scotland
  • Eastern Kentucky Railway's reporting mark
  • Emirates (airline) IATA airline designator
  • Enchanted Kingdom, a theme park in the Philippines
  • Equatorial Guinea's FIPS 10-4 and NATO country code
  • Esperanta Klavaro, a computer program which allows Esperanto letters in Windows
  • Exakelvin, an SI unit of temperature
  • Lady Ek' Naah
  • Mitsubishi eK, a Japanese kei car
  • Elinkeinoelämän keskusliitto, Confederation of Finnish Industries
  • Eckankar, Religion of the Light and Sound of God
  • Eastman Kodak, a bankrupt American based international photography corporation whose former NYSE ticker symbol was EK
  • Early Cretaceous
  • European Kindred, a white supremacist prison and street gang.

Read more about EK:  People With The Surname

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EK - People With The Surname
... Anders Ek, a Swedish film actor Malin Ek, an actress, daughter of above mentioned actor Mats Ek, a choreographer and manager Torbjörn Ek (1949 – 2010 ...
Mrinal Sen - Filmography - Feature Films
... Bhuvan Shome) (1969) Interview (1971) Ek Adhuri Kahani (An Unfinished Story) (1971) Calcutta 71 (1972) Padatik (The Guerilla Fighter) (1973) Chorus (1974) Mrigayaa (The Royal Hunt) (1976) Oka ...
Deven Verma - Partial Filmography
... Bannerjee 1994 Andaz Apna Apna Murli Manohar 1993 Professar Ki Padosan Pyarelal 1993 Ek Hi Raasta Mehra 1992 Deewana Devdas Sabrangi 1992 Chamatkar Inspector P.K ... Nath 'Suren' 1976 Zindagi Prabhu 1976 Kabhie Kabhie Rambhajan 1976 Ek Se Badhkar Ek Constable Ludkuram 1976 Arjun Pandit 1975 Ek Mahal Ho Sapno Ka ...
Gulshan Grover - Selected Filmography
... Ganga Devi (2012) Raqt-Ek Rishta (2011) Agent Vinod (2012) (Special appearance in the song "Dil Mera Muft Ka") I Am Kalam (2011) Payback (2010) Crook (2010 ...
Čoček
... oček (Serbian чочек / čoček, pronounced "cho'-chek" compare Macedonian чочек, Albanian qyqek, Bulgarian кючек (kyuchek or kyutchek)) is a musical ... Čoček originated from Ottoman military bands, which at that time were scattered across the region, mostly throughout Serbia, Bulgaria, the Republic of Macedonia and Romania ... That led to the eventual segmentation and wide range of ethnic sub-styles in čoček ...