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  • Kudo is a console based Game Creator Platform where that all you need to make a game is a controller, no coding required.

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  • Similar to sharing a peace pipe in Native American culture to sanctify the peace and bonding between two previously warring tribes, San San Kudo is part of a long history of rituals performed in cultures around the world in which food or drink is taken in a formalized way in order to provide luck or to bind people together in friendship or peace.

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  • San San Kudo is a Japanese marriage ceremony originating in Shinto wedding services, but is now performed at weddings of all types in countries across Asia and the world.

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  • The theory behind San San Kudo is that three is ‘the magic number’ because it cannot be divided in two.

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  • BOND: So you have to make sure that when you do something well, or when clients give you a positive Kudo, meaning that a girl or that a boy, make sure the boss sees it and pass that kind of stuff along, save it and make sure that everyone knows it.

    CNN Transcript Oct 25, 2008

  • BOND: So you have to make sure that when you do something well, or when clients give you a positive Kudo, meaning that a girl or that a boy, make sure the boss sees it and pass that kind of stuff along, save it and make sure that everyone knows it.

    CNN Transcript Oct 26, 2008

  • Little Busters heroine Noumi Kudryavka's ( "Kudo") birthday fell recently, prompting the usual otaku devotions, at its most savoury …

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  • Next week on the Xbox Live Marketplace will see the release of 'Kudo' a game building program which allows anyone to create games using an icon based interface and an Xbox360 controller.

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  • In the world's second-largest economy, the global financial crisis has forced part-time workers such as Kudo to face a harsh new reality.

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  • Schier's artisan makers are 12 Damara and Herero gentlemen, who craft each Vellie from velskoen or "field" shoe by hand from culled Kudo leather.

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