Shaku


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Shaku

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately one foot.
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All my profit will go to SANRAL," David Shaku, a private taxi operator, said outside Devonshire Hotel in Bramfortain, Johannesburg.
in the Shaku Nihongi's citations of the collected "Private
Non-naturalized are: daimio, dairi, inro, itzebu, kago, k'ai shu, kanji, kirin, kobang, Rinzai, sennin, seppuku, shaku, shakudo, shippo, soroban, soshi.
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To show how this concept has carried over to Japan, Shaku Soyen, one of the first Japanese to try to explain Zen Buddhism to Americans, said, "Most people imagine that the individual is the final reality, stands by itself, has nothing to do with other fellow individuals; in fact their existence is tolerated insofar as it does not interfere with his own interests.
It is generally agreed that one of the most significant results of the 1893 parliament stemmed from the presence and presentations of three young and extraordinarily engaging Asians - the Hindu reformer Narendranath Datta (1863-1902), better known by his religious name, Vivekananda; the Sri Lankan Buddhist Anagarika Dharmapala (1864-1933); and the Japanese Zen Priest Shaku Soyen (1859-1919) - who spoke with great passion of their respective faiths.
Industry leaders participated in Shaku Atre's Big Data panel at ActuateOne Live
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At its western edge it is 3 jo 5 shaku [about 35 feet], and while that is not much, it is an important site for this lot.
Big Data is not necessarily good data," said Shaku Atre, Founder and Managing Partner, Atre Group.