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gongyo

(ˈɡɒnɡjəʊ)
n
(Buddhism) (in Nichiren Buddhism) a ceremony, performed twice a day, involving reciting parts of the Lotus Sutra and chanting the Daimoku to the Gohonzon
[from Japanese, literally: assiduous practice]
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