wUsage     Last updated on 2018/2562 6 27, a full moon day;

... wa , NOUN + wa, also see: grammarDESU;

Wakebayashi (family name, surname); Wakechi (place name); Radical951;

wamuhoru WORMHOLE, e.g. SQRT2 WORMHOLE;

WHY SQRT2 WORMHOLE look alike squares sir ? well trained kids! yes, squares are manmade; notice and realize that you don't need to do juten filling 360 degree; so called SQRT2 WORMHOLE; Reminder: don't forget i.e. we're doing zero Curvature 6 surfaced DEE box in Z-index (computing) for this DOMAIN 's imaginary hyper space crafts ... ;

wareware We;

one thousandth of wari; Radical103;

way; hoho (way); way;

ten () + kou (); tenkou weather; Radical269;

web site for detail ... ;

nani What; WHAT;

? ima nan desu ka? WHAT time is it now? also see: Bluetooth;

itsu When;     WHEN;

dokode Where;     WHERE;

where it came from? e.g. Micro (a.k.a. 1/1000000, 10-6, 10-6) Satellite; stereo mapping;

micro satellite is approx. 10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm; directional gravity spots must be defined for each surface (refer to 6 surfaces of cubical 10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm); WHERE does it come from? and then number for camera; and then induction logic as layer; this DOMAIN 's imaginary hyper space systems in our universes can be in vision ... ;

WHY do we need gear? because, WHILE moving, Automotive can be stopped by braking;
WHY do we need gear? because, WHILE not moving (e.g. idling, standing, stopping, ... ), Automotive can be accelerated by accelerating;

notice that kinetic energy is generated by torque via gears; the same concept, e.g. kinetic energy can be generated by directional gravity spots (moving, forward, backward) as gear, also see: Directions; bigger the gear pinion, lower the speed, on the other hand, bigger the gravity spots, faster the speed is; please do not create gravity spot bigger than the sun;

dono Which;     dono Which;     WHICH;

Radical255; Also see: Radicals;

While;     While;     naka While;     WHILE;     kuru kuru WHILE ... ;

in Hiragana: while (i.e. preposition in English);

while (i.e. conjunction in English);

WHO vs. WHOM; who is active voice, referring to a person; whom is passive voice, referring to a person; e.g. "TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN" means TO the person WHO has been received (i.e. WHOM) this letter (i.e. IT) will be (i.e. 50% is MAY, 100% is will) taking care (CONCERN) of ... ;

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