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ISLAND OF TONGA
'Ata; ‘Ata
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Ata language         
LANGUAGE
Pele-Ata language; ISO 639:ata; Ata language (Papua New Guinea); Uasi language; Peleata language; Vele Uasi language; Pele-Ata; Pele-Ata languages
The Ata language, also known as Pele-Ata after its two dialects, or Wasi, is a Papuan language spoken on New Britain island, Papua New Guinea. It appears to be related to neighboring Anêm, and possibly also to Yélî Dnye in a proposed Yele-West New Britain family.
ATA 100         
PART OF THE REFERENCING STANDARD FOR COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT DOCUMENTATION
ATA chapter numbers
ATA 100 contains the reference to the ATA numbering system which is a common referencing standard for commercial aircraft documentation. This commonality permits greater ease of learning and understanding for pilots, aircraft maintenance technicians, and engineers alike.
Sâhib Ata         
SULTANATE OF RUM OFFICIAL
Sahib Ata; Sâhibata; Sahibata; Sâhipata; Sahipata; Sahip Ata
Fakhr al-Din Ali, better known as Sâhib Ata or Sâhip Ata, held a number of high offices at the court of the Sultanate of Rum from the 1250s until his death in 1288. He was the dominant personality in Anatolia after the death of the Pervane Mu’in al-Din Suleyman in 1277.

Wikipedia

ʻAta

ʻAta is a depopulated island in the far southern end of the Tonga archipelago, situated approximately 160 kilometres (99 mi) south-southwest of Tongatapu.

It is distinct from ʻAtā, an uninhabited, low coral island in the string of small atolls along the Piha passage along the north side of Tongatapu. An unrelated traditional chiefly title from Kolovai is "Ata". Although superficially spelled in similar ways, ʻAta means reflection in Tongan; Ata means dawn and is the title of a chief; and ʻAtā means more room or expanding.: 279