mako

[n] - powerful mackerel shark of the Atlantic and Pacific
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mako

mako shark noun powerful mackerel shark of the Atlantic and Pacific
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Makó

Makó (mo'kō) , town (1991 est. pop. 27,160), S Hungary, on the Mureşul River near the Romanian border. It is an administrative and trade center and a road hub in a fertile agricultural region. The center of the Hungarian onion industry, Makó also has textile mills. There is...
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mako

mako (mä'kō) , heavy-bodied, fast-swimming shark, genus Isurus, highly prized as a game fish. Also known as the sharp-nosed mackerel shark, it is a member of the mackerel shark family, which also includes the great white shark and the porbeagle. The mako is deep blue above and white b...
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Mako

[voice actress] ==Voice Roles== ===Anime=== ===Video Games=== 2014 ==Drama== ===OVA=== ...
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Mako

[dance] The Mako is a fast-paced dance from Tonga which is performed by young men. Accompanied by an extremely fast rhythm on a drum or tin can, dancers perform wild gestures involving their entire bodies; they point in various directions, run, sit, roll, or lay down repeatedly and in quick succession. ==Musical themes == Songs used with th...
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Mako

[woreda] Mako is one of the woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. It was part of Dega woreda. == Demographics == The 2007 national census reported a total population for this woreda of 22,001, of whom 10,799 were men and 11,202 were women; none of its population were urban dwellers. The majority of the inhabitants were Protestant, with ...
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