Synonyms for mitaru or Related words with mitaru

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Examples of "mitaru"
During 1920 the Foreign Ministry convened the "Nan-yo Boeki Kaigi" (South Seas Trade Conference), to promote South Seas commerce and published in 1928 "Boeki, Kigyo oyobi imin yori mitaru Nan'yo" (The South Seas in view of Trade and emigration). The term "Nan-yo kokusaku" (National Policy towards the South Seas) first appeared.
"82" was released on October 2, 2009 at a pre-launch release party. Compared with the trio's previous release, Scratch to Reveal, "82" is 12 minutes, 9 seconds longer and contains 13 tracks and 1 hidden track. The playlist features fewer guest artists (Bien Baraza, Juliani and Wambura Mitaru), and the trio have undertaken greater singing roles themselves.
The two albums feature collaborations with several Kenyan musicians including Eric Wainaina, Wyre, Neema Ntalel, Sanaipei Tande and Kanjii Mbugua. In 2007 Dan featured on the Umoja Pamoja project alongside Suzanna Owiyo, Eric Wainaina, Sara Mitaru, Nyota Ndogo, Neema Ntalel, as well as Karen Lucas. The project was funded by the US Embassy in Nairobi.
Jagz Nation Vol. 2: Royal Niger Company is the third studio album by Nigerian rapper and record producer Jesse Jagz. It was released by Jagz Nation on March 28, 2014. As the executive producer of his third studio project, Jagz enlisted Shady, Dugod, Ibro and Phazehop to assist with production. The album consists of samples ranging from Rufus & Chaka Khan's "Ain't Nobody", to excerpts from movies such as "Network" (1976), "Scarface" (1983) and "Johnny Mad Dog" (2008). The album features guest appearances and recording samples from Fela Kuti, Tupac, Rufus & Chaka Khan, Tesh Carter, Jumar, Dugod, Sarah Mitaru, Rexx and Show Dem Camp.
The music was described by Florian as combining "archaic and electric elements" into "a science", and covering successive colored "periods" in his creative history, when he was into amassing musical instruments. The new Western inspirations on his work were Laurie Anderson, Peter Gabriel and Todd Rundgren. Emerging from the core group of "Florian în Labirint", "Ceata Melopoică" ("The Melo-poetic Band") became Florian's main project of the 1970s. Its often-changing membership included: Beno, Căciulă, Chifiriuc, Ristić, Zaharia, Andrei Oişteanu, Alexandru Beno, Valentin Andronescu, Günther Reininger, Andrei Cristea, Eugen Gondi, Dietrich Krauser, Mihai Creţu, Costin Petrescu, Alexandru Mitaru, Alexe Conta, Mircea Dordoi, Ortansa Păun, Sorin Baroţi, Gheorghe Popescu and Mihai Pintilie.
There is a growing interest in other genres of music such as house, Trap Music and drum and bass. Acts like Just A Band have also dabbled in numerous alternative genres. The growth of Kenyan Trap Music has been recently popularized by artist like Ekko Dydda & artists from Janeson Recordings. Neo soul music has also gained a huge audience with recurrent events such as Blankets and Wine promoting upcoming Neo soul bands and artistes such as Sage, Antoneosol,Sarah Mitaru Sauti Sol and Dela the neosol music scene in Kenya is slowly growing. Genres such as Genge with artistes such as Jua Cali and Nonini acting as ambassadors of this genre.