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  • This tiny woman is a tea master, skilled in what the Japanese call chado or "the art of tea."

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  • Research the ritual of the Japanese tea ceremony (known as chanoyu or chado).

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  • If I ran nursing schools, chado would be a required course of study.

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  • Before her sat a black lacquer tray with the ingredients for the chado, the formal tea ceremony.

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  • M.chado and Silvetti Associates LLC, the firm that built the Bowdoin College M.seum of Art and the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, among other academic buildings.

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  • The physician, who lived in Japan for several years as a child, finds pursuing chado "a way of reconnecting with the Japanese cultural aspects I knew as a kid."

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  • On the way toward the tea room that her late husband built for her, visitors pass a living room filled with honors, including a framed certificate from the National Endowment for the Arts, which has declared Matsumoto "the most influential teacher and accomplished master of chado" in the United States.

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  • i love that flick chado. the best part is when jimmy stewart discovers that the angel is really a zombie and has to blow his head off with a shotgun.

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  • chado buzzed up: Iraq sends forces to oil well seized by Iran (AP) 13 seconds ago 2009-12-20T01: 54: 02-08: 00

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