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Princess Mako of Akishino

is the first child and oldest daughter of Fumihito, Prince Akishino and Kiko, Princess Akishino, and a member of the Japanese Imperial Family. She is the eldest grandchild of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko.===Childhood and adolescence===Princess Mako was educated at the prestigious Gakushūin School in her Primary, Girls' Junior and Senior High School years. She studied English at the University College Dublin in a month of 2010. Then, She had an informal talk with President of Ireland Mary... read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Princess Mako of Akishino

The result was speedy keep per WP:SNOWBALL and self withdrawal. thanks/Fenton, Matthew Lexic Dark 52278 Alpha 771 15:12, 7 September 2006 (UTC)===Princess Mako of Akishino===Not inheritley notale, makes no claim to be notable just royal cruft. (I'm also nominating Princess Mako of Akishino) thanks/Fenton, Matthew Lexic Dark 52278 Alpha 771 06:25, 7 September 2006 (UTC) read more


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Mako Iwamatsu

was a Japanese-born American actor and voice artist who was nominated for numerous awards. Many of his acting roles credited him simply as Mako where he omitted his surname. He is best known for his roles as Po-Han in '' The Sand Pebbles '' (for which he was nominated for the The Sand PebblesAcademy Award for Best Supporting Actor ), Akiro the Wizard in '' Conan the Barbarian '' and '' Conan the BarbarianConan the Destroyer '', and for his voice roles as Aku in '' AkuSamurai Jack '' and AkuSamurai... read more

Mako Tabuni

Mako Tabuni (died June 14, 2012) Tribun News. Retrieved June 16, 2012 was an activist for Papuan interests, and the deputy chairman of the National Committee for West Papua.==The National Committee for West Papua (KNPB)==On 19 November 2008 the National Committee for West Papua (abbreviated KNPB, Komite Nasional Papua Barat) was established by a number of Papuan ngo's. The KNPB campaigns for the right to self-determination for the people of Papua of West New Guinea. This right was withheld from the... read more

Mako Networks

Mako Networks is a network management company formed in Auckland, New Zealand in 2000 and currently headquartered in San Francisco, California. The company primarily provides network security services to merchants that process, transmit or store credit card data. Mako sells a range of cloud-managed appliances that connect to the Internet via broadband and are designed to help merchants set up secure network environments. Mako Networks complies with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards... read more

Mako Vunipola

Mako Vunipola (born 14 January 1991) is a New Zealand-born England international rugby union player. He plays at Prop for Saracens in the Aviva Premiership. He has dual registration with the Bedford Blues.==Early life==Born in Wellington, New Zealand, Vunipola was raised for much of his childhood in Wales and attended Porth County Community School, and later West Monmouth School. His family then moved to Thornbury, South Gloucestershire, and he attended the local comprehensive The Castle School and... read more

Mako (woreda)

Mako is one of the woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. It was part of Dega woreda.== Demographics ==The 2007 national census reported a total population for this woreda of 22,001, of whom 10,799 were men and 11,202 were women; none of its population were urban dwellers. The majority of the inhabitants were Protestant, with 72.2% of the population reporting they observed this belief, while 21.84% of the population said they practised Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity, and 5.85% were Moslem., Tables... read more

Mako Midori

is a Japanese actress. Debuting on film in 1964, she won the Blue Ribbon Award for best new face for ''Nihiki no mesuinu''. Beyond appearing in over fifty Japanese language films in the 1960s and 1970s, she has also acted extensively on stage, winning major awards such as the Kinokuniya Theatre Prize. She is married to Renji Ishibashi. read more

Rain Mako

Rain Mako (born 26 August 1976 in Christchurch, New Zealand) is a former female boxer who currently lives in Melbourne, Australia.Mako helped popularize women's boxing in Oceania while boxing is still considered by most to be a male sport, women's boxing has enjoyed a rise in popularity since 1996, and Mako boxed from 2000 to 2001.Mako's career in boxing spanned over the 2 years of 2000 to 2001,but in that time she provided female boxing with pazzazz and glamour with her amazonian physique and film... read more

Mako Ishino

, is a Japanese singer and actress. She is the elder sister of actress Yōko Ishino. Ishino is affiliated with From First Production Co., Ltd.==External links==Category:Musicians from Hyōgo Prefecture read more

Mako (dance)

The Mako is a fast-paced dance from Tonga which is performed by young men. Accompanied by an extremely fast rhythm on a drum or tin can, dancers perform wild gestures involving their entire bodies; they point in various directions, run, sit, roll, or lay down repeatedly and in quick succession. ==Musical themes ==Songs used with the Mako feature lyrics in Tongan. Their themes are most often drawn from nature and daily life or occasionally from the Bible. Additionally, one of the best-known refrains,... read more

Mako Hyōdō

, also credited as Mako Hyoudou, is a Japanese voice actress and member of 81 Produce company. read more

Mako Komao

is a Japanese author of several light novel adaptations of manga, anime and visual novel series. This includes a single novel adaptation of ''Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl'', a manga originally written by Satoru Akahori and illustrated by Yukimaru Katsura. Komao also wrote five light novels based on the ''Gift'' visual novel and wrote the original concept for the manga series the ''First Love Sisters''. read more

Mako Yoshikawa

Mako Yoshikawa (born 1966) is a highly acclaimed American novelist. She is the author of two novels, ''One Hundred and One Ways'' (1999), a national bestseller that was also translated into six languages, and ''Once Removed'' (2003).Her recent work includes personal essays that have won awards and appeared in important literary journals and anthologies including: ''The Missouri Review'',http://www.missourireview.com/archives/bbarticle/my-fathers-women/http://www.missourireview.com/archives/bbarticle/the-veterans-project-number-two/''Southern... read more


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