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a Bantu language spoken in Cameroon

an appendage of insects that is capable of injecting venom

canine tooth of a carnivorous animal

hollow or grooved tooth of a venomous snake

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The diary contained a draft letter to his close fellow student and Japan's first education minister Arinori Mori, said Takaaki Inuzuka, professor at Kagoshima Immaculate Heart University.
When ceramics artists such as Sadashi Inuzuka (not represented in Overthrown) and Walter McConnell began producing unfired-clay installations more than a decade ago, the field in general responded positively to the material and technical aspects of their work and readily embraced the concept of raw clay as 'ceramics'.
The LDP has to change," said Etsuji Inuzuka, 47, who works in the furniture business.
Heinz, Bettina; Cynthia Hsin-I Cheng, and Inuzuka, Ako (2007) "Greenpeace greenspeak: a transcultural discourse analysis".
Meanwhile, the DPJ is unlikely to punish Yoshitake Kimata and Mitsuru Sakurai, who refused to attend the plenary session of the upper house, or Tadashi Inuzuka and Naoki Kazama, who abstained from voting.
It was evoked strongly in the lecture of Sadashi Inuzuka (Japan/Canada), in which he discussed his involvement in community work through teaching, and in the hilltop visit to his circular outdoor installation.