Jodo


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Jodo

(ˈdʒəʊˌdəʊ)
n
(Buddhism) a Japanese Buddhist sect teaching salvation through faith in Buddha
[from Japanese]
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He further said that the Independence Day City Parade 2019 will also had 12 floats of cultural, social and civil organizations including the Sindh Rangers will lead the parade while police, all four provinces with Kashmir and Gilgat Balitistan floats, 250 scouts, motorcyclists and 100 girls and boys cyclists, vintage motor cars, buggies [victorias] 50 donkey carts, gymnastics, karate, basket ball, shooting ball, foot ball, hockey, yoga, jodo martial arts etc will also be displayed by their respective players and talented youths in the parade.
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O hablan de las historias que se cantan[...] La estudiante de nombre Lorena afirmo lo siguiente--Me gustan mucho las [canciones] de Uriel Henao porque canta cosas de los paracos [paramilitares] y los narcos, pero tambien tiene romanticas, de amor.--Isaac, por su parte agrego--Pues profe, a mi en realidad me gustan las rancheras de Antonio Aguilar, en especial los corridos de caballos porque jodo con eso [practica chalaneria], pero la nortena tambien me gusta por el ritmo, por los sonidos.
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I found her chapter illuminating because she shows that marriage among Japanese nuns and monks was not simply a product of Meiji reform or limited to the Jodo Shinshu.