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When warm, light, air crosses mountains it rises into the upper atmosphere and does not fall back to the ground. In this, and other, ways wind changes with the terrain.
It goes without saying that at that time a kind of friendship beyond master and disciple grew between the two of them.
I'm very lucky to have been gifted with this 10,000 hit picture! Thank you so very much.
The Kawagoe festival float has the shape of what's called a hoko float. It has three, or four, wheels attached.
Including responses up to 'It bothers me a bit', over 70% of respondents said that they were concerned about their pores and skin texture.
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