Yuka

[name] ==Possible writings== Yuka and Yūka can be written using different kanji characters and can mean: The name can also be written in hiragana or katakana. ==People== ==Fictional characters== ...
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Yuka

[singer] YUKA, formally Muraishi Yuka and formerly Yuka Sato (佐藤有香 Satō Yuka), is a Japanese singer, born on December 10, 1970. She is best known for her work in Japanese animation, including the ending themes of several Dragon Ball Z theatrical films (with Hironobu Kageyama), as well as singing `Mirai no Kioku`, the opening theme ...
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Yuka

[music] Yuka is a style of Cuban music and dance and a type of drum, of Congolese origin. The word Yuka is Bantu, and means `to beat`. For preference, the drums are made from hollowed-out trunks of the avocado tree. Leather is nailed to one of the open ends, and the player hits the skin with both hands, the drum being slanted between his le...
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Yuka

[mammoth] Yuka is a wooly mammoth carcass discovered in Siberia. It died at least 10,000 years ago while still a 2.5-year-old juvenile. ...
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