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A regional term for crack pipe made from a plastic rum bottle and a rubber spark plug cover


highly stylized and sophisticated form of Japanese theater founded in the 17th century.
Kabuki makeup syndrome - Synonym(s): Niikawa-Kuroki syndrome
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We are excited to kickstart the leasing in this project with a tenant like Kabuki, that will serve the community as well as complement the existing tenant base in the market," said Jason D.
Wilson: I came to Japan in May 1980, and saw my first Kabuki two months later, which was, I think, serendipitous: it was Ichikawa Ennosuke III, now called En'o II, and his Kabuki was so wonderful.
Ironically, Kabuki grew out of Mack's desire to do autobiographical stories.
Kabuki has been a popular subject of Japanese woodblock prints since its inception in the early 1600s.
Kabuki Syndrome, which affects one in every 32,000 babies born, was discovered by two Japanese doctors and named because of the facial resemblance to stage make-up worn by actors in the traditional Japanese theatre art, Kabuki.
She was then diagnosed with Kabuki Syndrome by her consultant, which can cause varying degrees of developmental delay and intellectual disability.
The other showed the Earth Spider, Tsuchigumo, a Noh drama written for the Kabuki stage by Kawataki Mokuami.
Tamasaburo has instigated a bold new direction for Kodo - combining the intensity and athleticism of their stunning productions with the controlled performances of kabuki.
We have been looking at brushes lately and if there is one brush I really can't be without, it's my Kabuki.
TOKYO - Leading Kabuki actor Nakamura Kanzaburo died early Wednesday of acute respiratory distress syndrome at a Tokyo hospital.
Changing one's career at the age of 46 is no easy task, let alone choosing to become a Kabuki performer from scratch.