Kao

Fragrant long-grain Thai rice.
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Kao

(Thai) rice
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Kao

rice
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Kao

Personal seal mark (Japan)
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Kao

KAO is an abbreviation for Kuiper Airborne Observatory
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KAO

Carved monogram of swordsmith on tang (nakago).
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Kao

To lean. Applying force using the shoulder or back.
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Kaō

[era] ==Change of era== ==Events of the Kaō era== ...
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Kao

[island] Kao is an island and stratovolcano in Tonga. It reaches {Convert|1030|m|ft|0|abbr=on} above sea level, the highest point in Tonga. The date of its last eruption is unknown, and fresh lava flows are not seen, but the absence of deep erosional gullies or high sea cliffs suggests a very recent origin. It lies about {Convert|6|km|mi|ab...
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Kao

[painter] Kao (active early 15th century) was a Japanese priest-painter whose work is considered typical of early Muromachi painting. He is especially known for his depiction of the legendary monk Kensu (Hsien-tzu in Chinese) at the moment he achieved enlightenment. This type of painting was executed with quick brush strokes and a minimum o...
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Kaō

A kaō or huāyā is a stylized signature or a mark used in east Asia in place of a true signature. ==History== Kaō first appeared in China during the Tang Dynasty, and began to be used in Japan during the Heian period. Though their use became far less widespread after the Edo period, they continue to be used even by some contemporary politicians...
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Kao

[crater] This crater forms part of a merged pair with Helmert to the south. There is a gap in the sides of the crater where they are joined together, and they share a common floor that has been resurfaced by lava. The outer rim of this crater now forms little more than a shallow ring in the surface, with the rim lowest along the northern si...
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