Hotei


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Noun1.Hotei - one of the 7 gods of happiness
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Environment at http://biodiversitya-z.org/content/areasbeyond-national-jurisdiction-abnj; Despite this slight difference between the terms "area beyond national jurisdiction" and "high seas," the terms are used interchangeably See Simone Borg, Conservation on the High Seas 4 (Edward Elgar Pub 2012) See also Lilian del Castillo, Law of the Sea, From Grotius to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea 292 (Hotei Pub.
The Japanese term [phrase omitted] hotei tsuyaku, "court interpretation" can be decomposed into two independent words: [phrase omitted] hotei and [phrase omitted] tsuyaku.
Legendary soul guitarist Steve Cropper also came on board, as did one of Japan's biggest stars, Tomoyasu Hotei. Rod features on the track Kiss Her For Me with Eagles legend Joe Walsh on guitar.
School Judgment: Gakkyu Hotei posits a Japanese society so messed up by crime that the authorities institute criminal trials in elementary schools to catch possible criminals while they're still young in order to prevent them from committing crimes as adults.
(73) Nout van Woudenberg, State Immunity and Cultural Objects on Loan (Netherlands, Global Hotei and Martinius Nijhoff, 2012) 9-11.
In fact, he isn't strictly speaking the Buddha at all but a Chinese deity called Budai, Hotei in Japanese, who represents contentment and good fortune.
Solomonidou and colleagues investigated the potentially cryogenic regions of Tui Regio, Hotei Regio and Sotra Patera using Cassini's Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS).
"Prints and Modernity: Developments in the Early Twentieth Century." The Hotei Encyclopedia of Japanese Woodblock Prints.
(15) Ashkenazi, Handbook of Japanese Mythology, 156.; John Stevenson, Yoshitoshi's Strange Tales (Amsterdam: Hotei Publishing, 2005), 8-9.