At SXSW, ek suggested that the process had been considerably easier in Europe, where it had involved fewer parties.
The U.S. launch has been delayed to sometime this year, and ek declined to offer a more specific timeline.
The prefixes re- and ek- and the suffix -ad- are attached to verbs.
But one-ry is the exact translation of ékkeri; ek or yek being one.
Eclogue, ek′log, n. a short pastoral poem like Virgil's Bucolics.
In l. 2817, it is still broader, Yif ye it wilen and ek rothe.
Eclogite, ek′loj-īt, n. a crystalline rock, composed of smaragdite and red garnet.
Ectasis, ek′ta-sis, n. the pronunciation of a vowel as long.
Ecdysis, ek′di-sis, n. the act of casting off an integument, as in serpents.
ek Ahau, the Black Captain, war deity (note his name glyph, below).