a whole wheat flour from the Indian subcontinent, having a high gluten content and used to make chapati and other traditional flatbreads.
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Professor Hill, Abramson revealed, sent Abramson an “atta-girl” note last week, one of many she was grateful to receive.‘Calamity Jill’ Rises Again: Fired New York Times Editor Returns to the Public Stage | Lloyd Grove | May 19, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Marisa Kabas at HyperVocal, Forrest Wickman at Slate, and Akoto Ofori-atta at The Root have all sung its praises.Rawcus Is the Rapper Behind the Viral ‘White People Crazy’ Video | Rich Goldstein | January 29, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Mouha, our charming guide, is from the Ait atta and was born in a black goat-hair tent in the Saharan dunes.
Some, like the Ait atta nomads, still migrate throughout the year.
Earlier this year, in May, atta and his friends were doing what most kids at their age should be doing; playing around.
atta unsara, thu in himinam, veihnai namo thein.English.A History of Germany | Bayard Taylor
The name is frequently spelled atta-kulla-kulla, Ata-kullakulla or Ata-culculla.Myths of the Cherokee | James Mooney
atta is the form used in Ulfillas Gothic version of the fourth century, the oldest Teutonic relic.The Dakotan Languages, and Their Relations to Other Languages | Andrew Woods Williamson
According to Strabo it was sometimes expressed Cai atta; and gave name to the bay below.
After plundering the whole tribe of atta Mahmoud Khan, he carried men, women, and children into captivity.History of the War in Afghanistan, Vol. I (of 3) | Sir John William Kaye