Toba

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Toba

(from the article `Japan`) Go-Sanj died shortly after abdicating, but he was followed by three successive rulers—Shirakawa, Toba, and Go-Shirakawa—who exercised sovereign power ...
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Toba

(from the article `South American nomad`) ...they practiced and became predatory nomads raiding Spanish settlements, taking cattle, and capturing slaves from more sedentary tribes. Other ...
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Toba

(from the article `Ise-Shima National Park`) national park on the Shima Peninsula, central Honshu, Japan. Its two main cities are Ise, famous for its Shint shrines, and Toba, a seaport that ...
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Toba

The Toba was a Japanese river gunboat of 215 tons displacement launched in 1911. The Toba was powered by coal-fired boilers providing a top speed of 15 knots. She was armed with two 3 inch anti-aircraft guns and six machine-guns.
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Toba

Toba (tō'bä) , largest lake of Indonesia, 448 sq mi (1,160 sq km), N Sumatra. Situated in a vast volcanic caldera that is 1,475 ft (450 m) deep and was formed by a tremendous eruption some 74,000 years ago, it is drained by the Asahan River. In the lake is Samosir, a large island (205...
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Toba

The Toba (Pitilaga) are an aboriginal people around the Pilcomayo River in Argentina. Of Guaycuru stock, they are tall and muscular, hostile to outsiders, superb horsemen, and use spears for fishing. They wear paint and feather-ornament rather than clothing.
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Tobă

Tobă, or especially in Transylvania, `caş de cap de porc` (which means `pig head cheese`), is a kind of a traditional Romanian delicatessen which looks like a wide sausage, 4 inch diameter using usually pig`s stomach, stuffed with pork jelly, liver, and skin suspended in aspic. == Notes and references == ...
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