KUMU


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KUMUKuopion (Finnish)
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People were also game to join the 'May Tama Ka' quiz of Kumu, a live streaming app where people can connect, build their network, and earn money through live streaming and joining game shows.
The Kumu were historically a semi-nomadic group that subsisted largely on hunting in the forests with some seasonal cultivation.
Rick Makanaaloha Kia'imeaokekanaka San Nicolas was recently bestowed the honored title of Ke Kumu Hulu Nui, meaning "Feather Master of Ancient Hawaiian Featherwork" by Kaha'i Topolinski.
Just scratching the surface, we visited the Kumu Art Museum, the Museum of Estonian Drinking Culture (because, you know, culture), De Kik in the Kok Museum of the town's defences (the obvious photo opportunities may have had something to do with that), and the Seaplane Harbour Museum.
V zelunym hajicku, v zelunym rubali, kumu me zostavis synecku kochany?
Kumu Hina (2014) is the first documentary to celebrate a male-to-female transgender mahu and male couple's marriage in Hawai'i, a legal marriage that necessarily postdates the Cloud Atlas 2012 film release and 2007 book.
As respected kumu hula (hula teacher) and Kanaka Maoli intellectual Dr.
"Kumu, kumu, the rain fell like you said it might." A shining young face, excited now, a dawning realization that, as you put roots down into this kapu earth, when you honor the sacred in nature, sometimes you get a small kilihune rain, a mahalo, an acknowledgment, a connection confirmed, a blessing.
"You don't hear this on a ukulele very often," said Kumu Iwalani, convener of the "First Saturday" ukulele jam on Saturday.
"All the PC manufacturers recognize that they have to do things differently," senior executive with consulting firm Accenture's Electronics & High-Tech group Kumu Puri said to the AP.
(34) For example, these new laws superseded the Kumu Kanawai, a legal code that incorporated traditional Hawaiian customs as well as biblical principles and some elements drawn from American laws.