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Gu's work was not only organized more systematically than Liu's Wafu ji, but also provided an extensive appendix of short articles discussing topics ranging from a specific term in a folksong to a debate on sections of Shi jing (Book of Odes, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]).
Wafu Works owned by Jan Ochi - is a small business retailer, selling Japanese fabrics to textile artists.
As one of the leading officials in the West African region said: "Dissolving WAFU under the pretext that West Africa is supposed to have two different groupings, as they do in CAF, is a political tactic to stop the region from forging a common political position.
While some Wafu regulars have appreciated the extra effort to reduce waste for the sake of the environment, others say it's overbearing.
The wafu steak with a mildly vinegared ponzu sauce ($10.
contest--Power Chopper Salad, Wafu Bowl and Baja-ladas Platter.
Tita Bella's wafu pasta consisted of a mound of creamy angel hair pasta capped with subtly sweet dried small fish she purchased from Fukuoka.
Unlike AMI Toyota Forklift (Otex) remains in contention at 5-3 following its 81-64 demolition of Wafu Wafy Tropa Feeps (1-5).
Dishes such as jumbo tiger prawn with yuzu pepper; rib eye with wafu sauce and garlic crisps; and miso black cod are served at the table.
Whilst the secretaries of the various regional football groupings, like WAFU (The West African Football Union), COSAFA (their Southern African counterparts) and CECAFA (for Central and East Africa), delivered uninspiring reports, not a single proposal for the betterment of African football was on the agenda, discussed or raised by any federation president at the congress
Each meal starts with miso soup, followed by three courses from a selection of ZUMAeIUs most popular dishes, including seaweed salad with sesame wafu sauce; the nigiri selection of seabass, salmon and tuna; and the assorted vegetable and hammour tempura.
As guests step through the doors of Wafu, they are given a choice: The main dining area in the ground floor which features a high ceiling and sophisticated interiors, which include the iconic 3 lotus pod dining tables by famed designer, Amy Pamintuan; or the more casual, teppanyaki area at the second floor, where skilled chefs prepare the food right before their eyes.
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