Acala

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Acala

[ə′kal·ə]
(botany)
A type of cotton indigenous to Mexico and cultivated in Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.
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160 objects, including this 13th-century figure of Acalanatha, from one of Japan's oldest monasteries, are on display at 'Temple Treasures of a Sacred Mountain: Diago-ji--Secret Buddhism in Japan', Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundes-republik Deutschland, Bonn (25 April-24 August).