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Yoruba voice and percussion style popularized by Sikiru Ayinde Barrister and Alhaji Ayinla Kollington. Currently very popular in Nigeria.
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Fuji

[n] - shrubby Japanese tree having pale pink blossoms 2. [n] - an extinct volcano in south central Honshu
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Fuji

city, Shizuoka ken (prefecture), central Honshu, Japan. It faces Suruga Bay at the southern foot of Mount Fuji. It was a post station along the Tkaid ...
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Fuji

[train] The 富士 was a sleeper train operating between Tokyo and Ōita in Japan. Operated by the Kyushu Railway Company and classified as a limited express service, it was discontinued from the start of the revised timetable on 14 March 2009. ==Route== The train was coupled with the Hayabusa sleeper between Tokyo and Moji Station. The Hay
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[Spacecraft] Fuji (ふじ) was a manned spacecraft of the space capsule kind, proposed by Japan`s National Space Development Agency (NASDA) Advanced mission Research center in December 2001. The Fuji design was ultimately not adopted. ==Background== In Japan, manned space flight prior to 2001 had depended on the USA Space Shuttle program, a
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Fuji

The Fuji was an English built, Japanese battleship of 12737 tons launched in 1896. She, along with her sister ship Yashima, were improvements of the Royal Sovereign class armed with lighter weight 12 inch guns and with improved armour around the barbettes. During the Russo-Japanese conflict of 1904 to 1905 she fought in the Battle of the Yellow Sea
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[comics] == Fictional biography == The nickname Fuji was given to him in high school, because of his extraordinary size and Japanese origin. He spent some time as a Sumo wrestler in his teens but developed a strange condition which caused his body`s structure to deteriorate. His father, Yoshi Misawa, was a wealthy businessman and invested a
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Fuji

[apple] The Fuji apple is a Red Delicious apple and Ralls Genet apple hybrid developed by growers at the Tohoku Research Station (農林省園芸試験場東北支場) in Fujisaki, Aomori, Japan, in the late 1930s, and brought to market in 1962. It originated as a cross between two American apple varieties, the Red Delicious and old Virgini
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[film] Fuji is a 1974 art film which explores director Robert Breer`s artistic rendition of a train ride past Japan`s Mt. Fuji, using line drawings, rotoscope and live action. ...
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Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan. Fuji can also refer to: ==People== ==Places== ===China=== ===Japan=== ==Music== ==Japanese companies== ==Other== ...
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fuji

  1. shrubby Japanese tree having pale pink blossoms
  2. an extinct volcano in south central Honshu; last erupted in 1707; famous for its symmetrical snow-capped peak

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Fuji (fOO'jē) , city (1990 pop. 222,490), Shizuoka prefecture, S central Honshu, Japan, on Suruga Bay. It is an important communications and industrial center producing paper, electrical machinery, automobiles, and photographic film. Rice, fruits, and vegetables are grown in the surroundin...
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Fuji

Fuji is a variety of apple produced by Japanese breeders who crossed the American Midwestern variety Red Delicious with the antique Virginia apple Ralls Janet. It's been sweeping America as well in the 1990s as a salad and dessert apple and for eating fresh. Its appeal is its low-acid sweetness combined with juicy firm-fleshed crispiness and warm a
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In Japanese mythology, Fuji is the goddess of Mount Fuji and its rocks. She is the one to whose peak pilgrims climb to worship the rising sun.
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Fuji

Fuji is a variety of apple.
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Fuji

Originally developed in Japan in the late 1930s and named after the famous Mt. Fuji, U.S.-grown Fujis began appearing in markets in the 1980s. Fuji is a cross between Ralls Janet and Red Delicious. This variety's popularity is skyrocketing, thanks to its sweet flavor and firmness. Fuji apples are bi-colored, typically striped with yellow and red. T
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[planchette writing] Fuji ({zh|s=扶乩/扶箕|p=fújī|w=fu chi}) is a method of "planchette writing; spirit writing; automatic writing" using a suspended sieve or tray to guide a stick which writes Chinese characters in sand or incense ashes. Beginning around the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 CE), the fuji method and written characters changed
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