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Likuta

A division of the Zairean zaire. One likuta was worth 1/100 of a zaire. Its plural is makuta.
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A little more than 10 years ago, Makuta was able to mold parts with hole diameters of 80 pm, and that was considered small.
I look forward to helping Makuta realize it's vision of enabling story tellers in India and the rest of the world bring to life their imagination within practical budgets, through creative use of technology ".
The civil strife eventually led to splintering of Makuta's power as a commercial center, the various dissidents all formed new towns of their own, and while Makuta remained an important trading center, its political clout was much reduced.
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The authors wish to acknowledge Tim Christopherson, Renee Linehan, John Makuta, Kevin Marler, Curt Newill, and Sabrina Steele for their contributions to the article.
This is a very painful decision,'' Tohoku Electric President Keiichi Makuta said after notifying Niigata Gov.
The animated action takes place on the paradise island of Matora, with its inhabitants fighting the force of darkness Makuta.
The Matoran islanders named their island in his honour but their joy was not to last when his jealous brother, Makuta, cast a spell of endless slumber on it.
In this well-developed story, the Matoran villagers are trying to save their island from the evil Makuta and it's up to two friends, Takua and Jala, to find their inner hero.
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