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a hard copal derived from an African tree

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any of various resins or oleoresins

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ORIENT EXPRESSION Scenes from award-winning anime films, Expelled From Paradise, Dragonball Z Resurrection F, Miss Hokusai, Empire of Corpses and Boruto
Well no, they are part of the magical modus operandi of Hayao Miyazaki's Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi--also known as Spirited Away--a Japanese anime film that was released in 2001 and reached Jordanian theaters four weeks ago.
Maze (CPM), a gender-bending Japanese anime film, follows the adventures of a young woman who is a mild mannered mecha pilot by day.
To be screened open-air is The Smurfs, the popular anime film which marks the 60th anniversary of everyone's favourite blue friends.
A short sequel to the Studio Ghibli classic anime film 'My Neighbor Totoro' was discovered and shared by a Japanese netizen.
Last year, the Japanese anime film "Attack on Titan," about humanoid monsters who eat humans, was (http://www.
The Scotland Loves Anime film festival is celebrating its fifth year with premieres, talks and workshops in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Doha Film Institute will open the inaugural edition of the Ajyal Youth Film Festival with the critically acclaimed anime film, The Wind Rises , by renowned filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki.
Visitors can enjoy an Anime film and video games Mortal combat and WWE13.
POWER and responsibility are themes of a Japanese anime film to be screened at the Shaikh Ebrahim bin Mohammed Al Khalifa Centre for Culture and Research in Muharraq.
Students in grades six through 12 can enjoy free pizza and an anime film from 5 p.
No Ghost" is, of course, an unveiled reference to the classic 1995 anime film Ghost in the Shell.
The Animatrix, the nine-part anime film, is also included for the first time in high definition.
Kimi no Na wa) currently stands as the highest grossing anime film of all time, earning over $355 million in the international box office.