Summary: Eleven Ukrainian and one Russian crew member are missing after their cargo ship sank in a storm off Istanbul's Black Sea coast.
What does TAK stand for?
TAK stands for Cargo Ship (US DoD)
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We have 25 other meanings of TAK in our Acronym Attic
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- Texas Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators
- Total Approach Jeet Kune Do (martial arts; Bridgewater, NJ)
- Texas Association for Justice and Legal Reform
- The Amazing Jonny Polonsky (musician)
- The American Journal of Psychoanalysis
- Tactical Anti-Jam Programmable Signal Processor
- The American Journal of Semiotics (Charlottesville, VA)
- Thiess Alstom Joint Venture (Australia)
- The Alliance of Jewish Youth
- Taal Aktie Komitee (Dutch: Language Action Committee; Belgium)
- Technische Akademie Konstanz (German: Technical Academy of Constance; Constance, Germany)
- Theta Alpha Kappa (national honor society for religion and Ttheology)
- Tom's Lossless Audio Kompressor (software)
- Total Annihilation: Kingdoms (Cavedog game)
- TGFbeta Activated Kinase 1
- Task Analysis for Knowledge Description
- Targeting Abnormal Kinetic Effect Scale
- Technology Assistance for Kansas Educators
- The Ali Kemp Education Foundation
Samples in periodicals archive:
Russia: Russian cargo ship Progress has failed to successfully dock with the International Space Station (ISS) during tests designed to facilitate future dockings, the US and Russian space agencies said Tuesday.
27 Kyodo A crew member of a Japanese fishing boat has gone missing after his vessel was involved in a collision Sunday morning with a South Korean cargo ship in waters about 60 kilometers east of Tsushima, Nagasaki Prefecture, a local maritime safety agency said.
BRITISH forces have freed an Italian cargo ship that was attacked by pirates off Somalia.
KARACHI, July 25, 2011 (Frontier Star): A cargo ship travelling from Dubai collided with another cargo ship in north China, 21 Pakistanis have been escaped and reached in homeland.
KARACHI, July 25, 2011 (Balochistan Times): A cargo ship travelling from Dubai collided with another cargo ship in north China, 21 Pakistanis have been escaped and reached in homeland.