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Chara

Chara \Cha"ra\, n. [NL., of uncertain origin.] (Bot.) A genus of flowerless plants, having articulated stems and whorled branches. They flourish in wet places. [1913 Webster] ||

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Chara (singer)

(born January 13, 1968), better known by her stage nameChara, is a Japanese singer-songwriter, actress and video jockey. She debuted in 1991 with the single Heaven. She is most well known for her song " Swallowtail Butterfly (Ai no Uta)", the theme song for the 1996 Shunji Iwai film Swallowtail Butterfly (in which she starred), her 1997 hit single " Yasashii Kimochi", and her collaboration with Judy and Mary vocalist Yuki, " Ai no Hi Mittsu Orange". Chara later formed a band with Yuki, called Mean Machine.

Chara

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Chara (alga)

Chara is a genus of green algae in the family Characeae. They are multicellular and superficially resemble land plants because of stem-like and leaf-like structures. They are found in fresh water, particularly in limestone areas throughout the northern temperate zone, where they grow submerged, attached to the muddy bottom. They prefer less oxygenated and hard water and are not found in waters where mosquito larvae are present. They are covered with calcium carbonate deposits. Cyanobacteria have been found growing as epiphytes on the surfaces of Chara, where they may be involved in fixing nitrogen, which is important to plant nutrition.

Chara (moth)

'Chara ' is a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family.

Chara (rural locality)

Chara is a rural locality (a selo) and the administrative center of Kalarsky District of Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia, located on the Chara River at an elevation of above sea level. Population:

Chara (surname)

Chara is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Diego Chará (born 1986), Colombian footballer
  • Édison Chará (born 1980), Colombian footballer
  • Felipe Chara (born 1981), Colombian footballer
  • Zdeno Chára (born 1977), Slovak ice hockey player
Chara (magazine)

is a Japanese bi-monthly Yaoi/ Shōjo manga magazine published by Tokuma Shoten. First released in 1994, the magazine has since been adapted into two different spinoffs.

Usage examples of "chara".

Our new acquaintance, Chara Nandi, is a fully drawn and gleaming blade, to use the epic language of Darr Veter.

In a small group in a corner outside the verandah sat Veda Kong, Darr Veter, the artist, Chara Nandi and Evda Nahl.

Chara Nandi was graduated from the Higher School of Dance, both departments.

Mven Mass remembered that next day there would be the Fete of the Flaming Bowls to which Chara Nandi had invited him.

The audience awarded her performance with a multitude of golden lights and Mven Mass thought that it would not be easy for Chara Nandi to dance after such a successful number.

If so much joy was to be felt from one Chara Nandi what would the world be like where the majority of the women were like her?

Mven Mass did not know that the composer had written the ballet suite specially for Chara Nandi, but he was no longer afraid of the wild tempo when he saw how well the girl was coping with it.

Two months later Evda Nahl found Chara Nandi in the upper hall of the Palace of Information, whose tall columns gave it the appearance of a Gothic cathedral.

Chara Nandi would never forget the weary hours she spent at Deir-es-Sohr waiting for the plane to come in.

Very soon Chara Nandi, followed by good wishes and hopes for a speedy return, left the helicopter, stepping wearily on her shaky legs.

Chara Nandi had never before been inside the main hall of the Council building.

Mass did not know that the composer had written the ballet suite specially for Chara Nandi, but he was no longer afraid of the wild tempo when he saw how well the girl was coping with it.

Evda Nahl found Chara Nandi in the upper hall of the Palace of Information, whose tall columns gave it the appearance of a Gothic cathedral.

Chara Ring stood in the long kitchen, staring down at the pistol lying now beside the bread board.

The mixture was mainly camomile and mint, but there was also a sprinkling of dried stinging nettle, which Chara knew was good for the rheumatism that made Maev's fingers ache when she worked at her accounts.