otaku

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otaku

(ɔːˈtɑːkuː)
n
a computer enthusiasta person absorbed in a very particular technical hobby who is generally considered to be socially inept
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com)-- This unique collecting game appeals towards the often underestimated and untapped market of Japanese Anime and Otome Game fans.
The word otomen is a pun made of the Japanese word otome (young lady, mistress) combined with the English word "men".
2007) lograron obtener una sola semilla viable despues de polinizar 382 capitulos; el hibrido dio origen a una variedad nueva de yacon conocida con el nombre de Sarada Otome.
La differenza e che negli atti malvagi "la predeterminazione divina ripugna, non solo perche essi sono atti liberi, ma anche perche sono, appunto, malvagi"; invece negli atti buoni essa non ripugna per il fatto che sono buoni (tant'e vero che sotto questo rispetto essi possono "cadere, con otome ragioni, sotto Passoluta ed efficace volonta divina") (13), ma solo perche sono atti liberi.
23, 2010 the Eagle Otome collided with a barge, ripping a hole in its hull and causing an oil spill.
Kozo Takeda, after selling me one of the aforementioned "simple" quartz specimens from the new finds, proceeded to show me a handful of Japan-law quartz twins from the long-defunct type locality for such twins, the Otome mine, Yamanashi Prefecture.
Texas officials said about 11,000 barrels of oil spilled into the water when the double-hulled Eagle Otome tanker collided with a barge.
Several subgenres can be identified: bishojo [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] games, in which a playable male character interacts with attractive anime-style girls; GxB or otome [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] games, where a playable female character dates male characters; and BL ("boys' love") games, where the characters are homosexual.
when a car driven by a 74-year-old woman named Otome Zenko, with five passengers onboard was read-ended by another car.
The third and fourth slots were filled, respectively, by Hitomi Shimatani's revival hit, ''Amairo no Kami no Otome,'' and Ayumi Hamasaki's ''Dearest.
5) (komorikuno) Hatsuse no yama no yama no ha ni sarikaneteiru kumo wa otome no kaso no kemuri de aro ka (428).