Search Results For '' You are now on the desktop site. Return to mobile? YesNo Sorry, there are no results for . All Music Videos Lyric Videos Interviews Liner Notes Song Audio Live on Letterman Originals Explanations Cover Songs Riichi (Japanese Mahjong) Japanese Mahjong (Japanese: 麻雀, 麻将 or マージャン; mājan), also known as Rīchi Mahjong, is a variation of mahjong. While the basic rules to the game are retained, the variation features a unique set of rules such as rīchi and the use of dora. The main mahjong article contains general terms, but only English and Japanese terms are used here. Terms like "chow," "pung," and "kong" are not used in this variation, yet their functions are still used. Instead, they are referred to in Japanese as chī, pon, and kan. History
Song Directory M.U.S.I.C.'s Song Directory About the Directory: This directory references over 3,000 songs that may be incorporated into school lessons and activities. Big list of Riichi terminology Yo, this is UmaiKeiki once again. This post comes at the request of MOUIKKAI who wanted some kind of glossary of basic game terms so we can translate stuff. This probably came about because Osamu and Fukuchi-sensei read each other’s blogs and discovered how English and Japanese abbreviate three-player mahjong: 三人麻雀 = 三麻 (sanma) 3-player mahjong = 3p
Year By Year Lyrics - Backyard Babies All my dreams are haunting meNothing seems to be for realCan people change this world aroundCan people change my life to comeIt's been too many nights of fearIt's been too many days not clearCan you believe a word they sayCan you control the righteous way I even out my lifeI even try to fight my War and peaceGoin' round and roundYear by year, am I the only one?! So you think I'm doin' fineStealing thingsThat are not mineBe careful what you do wish forYou end up losing even more 4P Charting Home Products FSRC Lecturers Mailing List PayPal Practitioners Links Site Map Chinese Astrology and Feng Shui are ancient wisdom handed down by our ancestors and have been in use throughout the Orient for many years. To the best of our knowledge, we guarantee that all information on this website are sincere representation of the subject and makes no claim for absolute effectiveness. The adoption and application of the advice or information offered is solely the readers' responsibility. Feng Shui Research Center and its Associates are not responsible or liable in any manner for any loss or damages caused by following the suggestions in our articles, readings and other services.
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INDEX Music & Lyrics: Lynn Ahrens Sung by: Lynn Ahrens Animation: Phil Kimmelman and Associates Well every person you can know, And every place that you can go, And any thing that you can show, You know they're nouns. A noun's a special kind of word, It's any name you ever heard. I find it quite interesting, A noun's a person, place or thing. Shimeji English Enhanced Shimeji is a Windows desktop mascot that freely wanders and plays around the screen. The mascot is very configurable; its actions are defined through xml and its animations/images can be customized. Shimeji was originally created by Yuki Yamada of Group Finity ( This branch of the original Shimeji project not only translates the program/source to English, but aims to additionally enhance Shimeji as well.
Theremin This article is about the instrument. For the inventor, see Léon Theremin. The theremin (/ˈθɛrəmɪn/ THERR-ə-min; originally known as the ætherphone/etherphone, thereminophone or termenvox/thereminvox), is an early electronic musical instrument controlled without physical contact by the thereminist (performer). It is named after the Westernized name of its Russian inventor, Léon Theremin, who patented the device in 1928. On July 20, 2013, a group of 272 theremin players (Matryomin ensemble) in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Japan, achieved a Guinness world record as the largest theremin ensemble. (YouTube link) The name Matryomin is a portmanteau of the words matryoshka and theremin.