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o·no

 (ō′nō)
adj. Hawaii
Delicious; tasty.

[Hawaiian 'ono.]
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Noun1.Ono - United States musician (born in Japan) who married John Lennon and collaborated with him on recordings (born in 1933)
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"I came to win so I'm not surprised," said Ono, who won all six of his matches at the Tokyo 2020 test event by ippon -- judo's closest equivalent to a knockout.
Rafael Pharmaceuticals, a company involved in the growing field of cancer metabolism-based therapeutics, has signed an out-licensing agreement with Ono Pharmaceutical, a pharmaceutical company involved in creating innovative medicines, it was reported yesterday.
Ono said: "The beauty of this piece will break the sky and more.
Under the agreement, twoXAR will use its AI technology to identify a set of lead compounds which demonstrate a novel mechanism of action and will be further optimized by Ono for potential drug candidates.
"Warzone," which will come out on October 19, will revisit songs penned by Ono since 1970, concluding with "Imagine," her seminal pacifist anthem with her late husband John Lennon.
Ono, daughter of former national team player Sally Lozares-Ono from Cebu, didn't surrender a set in all of her games, capped by a 12-10, 11-6, 11-8 victory over the seasoned Arlene Borja.
A large crowd gathered Monday to celebrate the official unveiling of "Skylanding." Among those in attendance were Ono, who is the widow of Beatles singer John Lennon, and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, ABC 7 Chicago (http://abc7chicago.com/entertainment/yoko-ono-sculpture-unveiled-at-chicagos-jackson-park/1559540/) reported .
Ono said it was unlikely anything occurred between him and Brian Epstein - The Beatles' manager - with whom the Imagine singer was said to have had an affair.
Comprising three thematic essays--on Ono's persona, her early works in New York, and her 1971 MoMA intervention, respectively--and five texts detailing her activities in New York, Tokyo, and London, the catalogue focuses on the period from 1960 to 1971, when Ono broke artistic ground by amalgamating music, conceptual art, painting, sculptures, and performance--what today is known as "intermedia." Toward the seventies, as the Vietnam War intensified, she invented a political art from her unique place, foreshadowing the feminist art of the 1970s.
"Yoko Ono Morning Peace 2015" comes on the sidelines of the ongoing exhibition "Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960-1971" at New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), which is the main organizer of this weekend's global event.
Ono smiles and waves back, as a herd of students crossing the street crane their necks to catch a glimpse of their tall, lanky, bowtied president.
This report provides comprehensive information on the current therapeutic developmental pipeline of Ono Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.'s, complete with comparative analysis at various stages, therapeutics assessment by drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration (RoA) and molecule type.