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Japan wax

  
, tallow  
      n   a yellow wax obtained from the berries of plants of the genus Rhus. It is used in making matches, soaps, candles, and polishes  
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japan  
      n  
1    a glossy durable black lacquer originally from the Orient, used on wood, metal, etc.  
2    work decorated and varnished in the Japanese manner  
3    a liquid used as a paint drier  
      adj  
4    relating to or varnished with japan  
      vb   , -pans, -panning, -panned  
5    tr   to lacquer with japan or any similar varnish  


black japan  
      n   a black bituminous varnish  
Japan  
      n   an archipelago and empire in E Asia, extending for 3200 km (2000 miles) between the Sea of Japan and the Pacific and consisting of the main islands of Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, and Kyushu and over 3000 smaller islands: feudalism abolished in 1871, followed by industrialization and expansion of territories, esp. during World Wars I and II, when most of SE Asia came under Japanese control; dogma of the emperor's divinity abolished in 1946 under a new democratic constitution; rapid economic growth has made Japan the most industrialized nation in the Far East. Official language: Japanese. Religion: Shintoist majority, large Buddhist minority. Currency: yen. Capital: Tokyo. Pop.: 126398000 (1998 est.). Area: 369660 sq. km (142726 sq. miles),   (Japanese names)    Nippon, Nihon  
Japan Current  
      n   a warm ocean current flowing northeastwards off the E coast of Japan towards the North Pacific,   (Also called)    Kuroshio  
Japan wax   , tallow  
      n   a yellow wax obtained from the berries of plants of the genus Rhus. It is used in making matches, soaps, candles, and polishes  

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Japan, Japan Current, Japan plum, black japan

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