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mwendaniMwendani or Muendane (as is written in portuguese, Mozambique) is a family name from Inhambane (a province located in the south-east coast of Mozambique). The Muendane family belongs to an ethnic group called Tonga. This group speaks a language known as Gitonga or Bitonga (in portuguese).
expromanticismIt is a new style of painting, developed in the late 80's and in the early 90's by the American painter, Ali Shahroudi. For more information, please see his site,
secular stateA secular state is one that does not conffer any privilege or favor on any particular religion. It never punish or discriminate against people on the basis of religion they follow. Government cannot compel any person to pay any taxes for the promotion or maintenance of religion. There should be no religious instructions in educational institutions
ding dong ditchKnock on someones door and run away.
flintingA deceptive movement intended to throw the opponent off balance.
Skirrta so called ad-lib often used in trap and rap songs popular with todays generation.
lucumThe overhanging trap door outside the top of a corn mill through which bags of corn were hoisted prior to being fed down to the mill-stones.
'tawsit was
peripatologyteaching mobility to a blind person with a white cane.
sekoSeko Logistics was named for it’s original founder Norman Seymour Koppel. He took the SE from Seymour and the KO from Koppel to form Seko. This was originally a Chicago-based messenger service; Seko Messenger.
bastonataBeating of the feet which results in shock that mimics a stroke.
bastonataBeating of the feet which results in shock that mimics a stroke.
gasturaUncomfortable anxiety sensation caused by a certain type of noise either high pitch or soft and continuous.
gasturaUncomfortable anxiety sensation caused by a certain type of noise either high pitch or soft and continuous.
acoustical materialsAn acoustic meta material is a material designed to control, direct, and manipulate sound waves as these might occur in gases, liquids and solids.
TottenTotten is a derivative of the German word Toten. In German, Toten is translated to "dead", as in the German Punk Rock band Die Toten Hosen (The Dead Trousers). The East Toten (Ostre Toten) is in Norway and the mountain is called Totten mountain.
ideanoteThe idea management tool for teams and businesses. a platform for submitting and working with ideas across silos and geography.
glassologistOne who understands Overall, how Glass is made and has the ability to properly intergrate it as an element of architecture and design.
professional tennis playerAnyone who plays tennis in a tennis tournament that awards prize money.
guidanceGuidance is a process of development of individual efficacy to resolve his own issues and get adjusted within a situation.
kandooEasy to do, easy to handle or very friendly.
LisztomaniaLisztomania or Liszt fever was the intense fan frenzy directed toward Hungarian composer Franz Liszt during his performances. This frenzy first occurred in Berlin in 1841 and the term was later coined by Heinrich Heine in a feuilleton he wrote on April 25, 1844, discussing the 1844 Parisian concert season. Lisztomania was characterized by intense levels of hysteria demonstrated by fans, akin to the treatment of celebrity musicians today – but in a time not known for such musical excitement.
KunkunmanVocalist for the group 13 Steel Bones. A PA based, new wave hip hop musical group.
BealingAngry, Boiling Temper (Scottish)
CozmoA robot by Anki released on October 2016
obrajeA variation in the color of the wool in a woven carpet or textile that results from yarn color variations in the dye batch that produced the textile.
bilongoAn evil spell. Echar put a spell on....tener bilongo (to have bilongo) to have difficulties, a bad time, sudden unexpected in wished upon by someone else. A fetish. Terms introduced by slaves brought to the Caribbean islands. Afro- Cuban folklore.
state-ownedA form of state owned enterprise example is a rural development and commerce charter called a public port authority that is granted to a county for water related issues. To do the business of the state that is stated within the mandated document .
nut-cutting timeIn the days of cowboys and cattle drives, there was dirty yet unavoidable duty; castrating calves, often in tandem with branding. It was nut-cutting time, with that night's feast of socalled Prairie Oysters.
OmegaThe last name for wrestler Kenny Omega. A staple of New Japan Pro Wrestling and the fourth leader of the popular stable Bullet Club.
Shaze TempainSajith Geethanjana (Born : March 4, 1997, in Colombo, Sri Lanka), better known by his stage name Shaze Tempain, is a Sri Lankan-American Rapper, Lyricist, Producer and Audio Engineer.
OberfuhrerA staff officer rank in the Nazi Hitler SS
AniccaImpermanence, also called Anicca or Anitya, is one of the essential doctrines and a part of three marks of existence in Buddhism. The doctrine asserts that all of conditioned existence, without exception, is "transient, evanescent, inconstant". The teaching that nothing in this world is permanent.
machikaA new single by the Colombian singer J Balvin.
Gucci Gang"Gucci Gang" is a song by American rapper Lil Pump, as the fifth single from his self-titled debut mixtape Lil Pump (2017). It was originally released on Lil Pump's SoundCloud account on August 27, 2017, but was released for digital download and streaming by Tha Lights Global and Warner Bros. Records on August 31, 2017. It is Lil Pump's highest charting single to date, peaking at number three on the US Billboard Hot 100.
plavePlave is a settlement on the right bank of the Soča River southwest of Anhovo in the Municipality of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia.
nipotentA prefix for Omnipotent, which means having very great or unlimited authority or power.
puniaPunia is a historic village in the Alytus district municipality, Lithuania. Situated on the right bank of the Nemunas River, it has a population of about 800. It was an important early city of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
JumanjiJumanji is a 1995 American fantasy adventure film directed by Joe Johnston. It is an adaptation of the 1981 children's book of the same name by Chris Van Allsburg, and the first installment in the Jumanji franchise. The film was written by Van Allsburg, Greg Taylor, Jonathan Hensleigh, and Jim Strain and stars Robin Williams, Bonnie Hunt, Kirsten Dunst, Bradley Pierce, David Alan Grier, Jonathan Hyde, and Bebe Neuwirth.
Tuleto'Tuleto' is -possibly- an italian slang word to abbreviate (Via di)* Toledo in Naples, Italy. Toledo is the capital city of Castille-La Mancha region in Spain and in fact was of Spain between15th century and 16th when it was set to Madrid. During those years the Naples realm belonged to Spain among others. 'Tuleto' appears in the song 'Tu vuo fa l'americano' de Renato Carosone who was born in the city of Naples. *Street
RotikRotik is american marathi rapper who created new genre of hip hop in marathi language called this genre as marasta hip hop. He is the first marathi mc rapper who first ever introduced urban marathi music in western sense. In history of marathi music this guy get produced gangsta rap in marathi which is based on thug life style of marathi young generation. He also known as king of urban marathi music. Time In USA the gangsta rap in marathi get produced by 'Rotik'
malevolousA word of displeasure or negativity covering a wide range of situations as covered by the word malevolent and commonly used by Leslie critelli aka (rexy) The founder of the word.
introductionistOne who introduces, particularly people.
spectacleThe alignment or combination of or into one; the universe stars and human mind intune with an additional star or mind. A three times specification of one actual thought, action or future act or thought.
rhizophagy'Rhizophagy' , or 'rhizophagy symbiosis', is a cyclic process whereby plants obtain nutrients from bacteria that alternate between a root intracellular endophytic phase and a free-living soil phase. Bacteria acquire soil nutrients in the free-living soil phase; nutrients are extracted from bacteria oxidatively in the intracellular endophytic phase.
sleeper cellPeople who remain unnoticed or unrecognized their potential by others
macabaMACABA (Mandaue City Amateur Basketball Association) is an organization that aims to provide meaningful recreation to students and in the process veer them away from illegal drugs.
fiefdomGovernments that rule resorting to consultants opinions as some sort of gospel utterance.
roadsterThe Roadster was or is an open two seat two passenger car usually with a rumble seat that had no glass windows except the windshield. It required side curtains for protection from the elements. Wind wings were attached to the windshield to deflect wind from the interior. For example a Ford Model A without door windows was a roadster if it had door windows it was a convertible. Incidentally an open car with a back seat and no windows was called a touring or a pheaton.
femdomologyIs the study and demonstration of Female Domination in the Erotica Science. It includes such areas as German discipline and torture, Oriental discipline and torture as especially applied to Sexuality and di-sexualizations.

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