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  • (Redirected from Yacca) Jump to: navigation, search. Yakka is a loan word from two different Australian Aboriginal languages, both now commonly used in broader Australian English vocabulary. A grasstree, also spelled yacca or yacka, Xanthorrhoea. Probably a loanword from a South Australian language. — “Yakka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Willits, as a solo artist or in collaboration, has released music on the following record labels: 12k (USA), Ghostly International (USA), Fällt (Ireland), Sub Rosa (Belgium), Nibble Records (USA), Ache Records (Canada), Yacca (Japan) and Plop (Japan). — “Christopher Willits - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • His mother is Scottish.[citation needed] Scott lives with his wife and collaborator/producer Kerry Heysen in Adelaide, South Australia where they maintain their own Yacca Paddock Vineyard on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Their two sons, Scott and Jethro also live in Adelaide. [edit] Career. — “Scott Hicks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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