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Zenga is the Japanese term for the practice and art of Zen Buddhist painting and calligraphy in the Japanese tea ceremony and also the martial arts.
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by Mehmet Odekon
Zenga, eds. Studies in Contemporary Economics. Berlin: Springer Verlag, 1990. Cheli, Bruno, “Totally Fuzzy and Relative Measures of Poverty in Dynamic Context: ...
The Star Trek Encyclopedia (2011)
by Michael Okuda, Denise Okuda, Debbie Mirek
(Bo Zenga). Customer at Quark's bar at Deep Space 9. Asoth once complained that the Kohlanese stew served there was unpalatable. Even Quark had to agree. (“Babel” [DS9]). asparagus. Earth vegetable, the succulent, edible shoots of a ...
by Valerie Porter
sénégalais: see Gobra Zébu peul soudanais: see Sudanese Fulani Zeburano: see Azebuado Zebuvidnyı ̆: see zeboid Zenga: (EAfrica)/term for Zebu–Sanga crosses in region where types overlap, esp. EAfrican highlands (Sangas already ...
It consists of the town, properly so called, and the fortress, which is surrounded on three sides by high walls, and provided with aqueducts; a stone bridge over the Zenga, which here falls into the Araxes; a barracks, three mosques, one of ...
Zigula-English Dictionary (1906)
kima ku- ; wagala ku- ; zenga ku-, simika ku-. err, ...
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Scrabble value of Z10E1N1G2A1
The value of this 5-letter word is 15 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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