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jomon

(ˈdʒəʊmɒn)
n
(Historical Terms) (in Japanese prehistory)the era following the Palaeolithic period
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With increased Expo 2020 spending, VAT revenues would easily be Dh35 billion-plus this year, said Jomon K.
From Hakodate Jomon Culture Center and the ruins in Hakodate to the Ainu relics and cultural demonstrations in Shiraoi, we were able to learn about Japan's first peoples through interactive exhibits and passionate locals.
Among many of Japan's traditions, lacquerware making, known as Urushi in Japanese, goes back to 5000 BCE in Japan during Jomon Period.
The 38-year-old Dimakiling, who was slowed down by a draw with another Indian Jomon Jinan in the opening round a day earlier, hiked his total to 1.
The samples also included DNA from HEabE1/4nhian hunter-gatherers and a Jomon from Japan - a scientific first, revealing a long suspected genetic link between the two populations.
This study reports on the ontology of ritual tooth extraction in hunter-gatherers from the Late/Final phase (4300 to 2500 B.P.) of the Jomon culture on the Atsumi Peninsula, with the expressed goal of better clarifying the coordination of these scales within the human life course.
At the Asian Town Cricket Stadium, Selex, after getting a challenging 142 for seven on the board in the B and C Divisions match, skittled out the opponents for just 56 in 16.2 overs, with Sherin, Jomon and Shihab bowling superbly and sharing six wickets.
During my third year of study I went to Miyazaki prefecture, Japan, where I met 7th generation Jomon and Haniwa potter Numaguchi Hiroki.
Aside from Bingcang, distinguished guest speakers who attended the conference were Alan Isaacs, director of Asia Pacific International Business at the Munich Airport International in Germany; Jomon Varghese, managing director and CEO of Aertopolis Group in Australia; Rob Mactaggart, chief executive officer of The Airport Group Australia; Arja Lukin, project director of Airport City Aviapolis in Vantaa, Finland; Caspar Baum, director aviation of Surbana Jurong Private Limited in Singapore; and Cosmas Hamadziripi, director of policy and planning of the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs in South Africa.
Shahul Hameed (unbeaten 32 off 13), Shabeeb Parammal (27 off 33), Jomon Thnakchan (26 off 20) and Ansal Chalil Ali (25 off 11) were the other leading scorers.
Miyakoshi, "Analysis of Japanese ancient lacquerwares excavated from Jomon period ruins," Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, vol.