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moko

(ˈməʊkəʊ)
n, pl mokos
(Anthropology & Ethnology) NZ a Māori tattoo or tattoo pattern. Also called: nanua
[Māori]
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Also known as adult video (AV) idols, Yua Mikami, Sakura Moko and Miko Matsuda have transitioned into the Korean entertainment market for more wholesome performances, reports Allkpop.
Mme Molefe a re ka jalo e ne ya re mo ngwageng o o fetileng ba kgona go abela bangwe gape kwa Boseja e ntse e le mo Mochudi mme seo sa ba tiisa moko gore ba tswelele.
Hattori Hideo, Moko shurai (Tokyo: Yamakawa Shuppan, 2014).
A Your small slice of vintage TV nostalgia was made by MOKO, which was part of the Matchbox company.
At Waitangi last weekend, I met some outstanding young people who are part of a mentoring programme being delivered through a partnership with the Moko Foundation.
2nd Annual Hong Kong National Film Festival Date: May 27, 2017 to May 27, 2017 Theatre: UA Cine Moko Address: Hall 3, L4, Moko, 193 Prince Edward Road West, Mongkok, Kowloon Hong Kong 361003 Email: hongkongnationalfilmfestival@yahoo.
His pair of seven-metre high Moko Jumbie sculptures are now permanently installed in the museum's Africa Gallery.
The award-winning electro artists are perhaps best known for their tracks Pieces and End Credits featuring Plan B, Count on Me with Moko and Alive with Jacob Banks.
His portraits of the Maori, particularly those wearing moko (traditional tattoos), are, however, major documents of New Zealand's colonial history.
The award winning electro artists are perhaps best known for their tracks Pieces and End Credits featuring Plan B, Count on Me with Moko and Alive with Jacob Banks.
The disease is always associated with Moko disease caused by Ralstonia solanacearum.
She was told that a man from Alor, where the moko, or small bronze drum, is a requisite item in bridewealth, would face difficulties because he had to obtain elephant tusks in order to marry a woman from Solor (Rodemeier 1995:439-40).