chikara


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chikara

(tʃɪˈkɑːrə)
n
(Martial Arts (other than Judo & Karate) & Combat Sports) the attribute of might or force
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But Renfrewshire Council has revealed "there are no concerns" over the use of its main products, which are Rosate, Dual, Garlon Ultra and Chikara.
JV Chikara, former president of Indian Medical Association, Meerut, said, "Nurses agreed to take this precautionary measure."
But the Japanese, who swept Group D with three wins to automatically advanced to the quarters, struck back and tied the count at 70 on a triple by Chikara Tanaka.
This sheep artwork exhibition is connected with another major exhibition of works by young artists, titled Art no Chikara (The Power of Art), which will be held on the sixth floor of the Main Building of ISETAN Shinjuku Store from January 2-5, 2015.
Therefore, he wants to thank Chikara University for the love and chance they gave him to Explore his potential.
Business Class "Bedd for Resort" crafted by star chef Chikara Yamada, starting from September, 2013.
Inventors: Chikara Takagi, Tatsumi Tanaka and Ryuichi Nakagawa
Anil Chikara, 50, the motor licensing officer ( MLO), has alleged that he was beaten up by local touts for reforming the local license issuing process.
Chikara Sono, Executive Chef of New York's East Village restaurant Kyo Ya, did not arrive in America with the intention of becoming a chef.
PHS Division 2 went to another Melbourne to Hobart competitor Ingenue, skippered by Dr Rosie Colahan, from Malcolm Cooper's Kaiulani and Chikara Outlaw (Bill Trueman) also from Melbourne.
She is a aesthetician at Chikara Salon and Spa, and he is a lumberyard manager at Jerry's Home Improvement.