Ku

COUNTING IN JAPANESE: Nine

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abbreviation: Kuwait (Middle East nation at NW shore of Persian Gulf; bordered by Iraq and Saudi Arabia)
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Sunyata, emptiness, void, vacuity
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Ku

(from the article `Hawaiian`) The Hawaiians held a vague belief in a future existence. They had four principal gods—Kane, Kanaloa, Ku, and Lono—and innumerable lesser gods and ...
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(from the article `Japan`) ...regional centres—generally administer several prefectures together. Designated cities (shitei toshi), which must have populations of at least ...
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Ku, formerly the suggested symbol for the element kurchatovium, now called rutherfordium.
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Cause, 'that with the obtaining of which a thing becomes.' 'A minor cause is that the obtaining of which a thing may not necessarily be so but without the obtaining of which a thing will never be so.' 'A major cause is that with the obtaining of which a thing is necessarily so but without the obtaining of which a thing is necessarily not so.' (Neo....
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9
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ku

nine
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Ku

[kana] く, in hiragana, or ク in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana, which each represent one mora. Both represent [ku͍], and their shapes come from the kanji 久. This kana may have a dakuten added, transforming it into ぐ in hiragana, グ in katakana, and gu in Hepburn romanization. The dakuten`s addition also changes the sound of ...
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[protein] Ku is a protein that binds to DNA double-strand break ends and is required for the non-homologous end joining (NHEJ) pathway of DNA repair. Ku is evolutionarily conserved from bacteria to human. The ancestral bacterial Ku is a homodimer (two copies of the same protein bound to each other). Eukaryotic Ku is a heterodimer of two pol...
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