aku-aku: v.. To move a tall, flat bottomed object (such as a bookshelf) by swiveling it alternatively on its corners in a "walking" fashion. [After the book by Thor Heyerdahl theorising the statues of Easter Island were moved in this fashion.] source: LangMaker.com. Aku Aku also has another meaning to the islanders: a spiritual guide.
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From Japan SAQ (or Seldom
Posted by dav at 2003 December 16 08:43 PM
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From Japan SAQ (or Seldom Asked Questions):

Q. What does the name of the famous hamburger chain, 'MOS Burger' mean? A. The 'MOS' in 'MOS burger stands for "Mountain, Ocean, Sun'. According to the official MOS Burger web site, the mountain, ocean, and sun in the name symbolise the company's "infinite love" of both humankind and nature. MOS Burger's love of people and nature is "Grand and noble like a mountain", "Possessed of a spirit as deep and wide as the ocean", and filled with a "passion that, like the heat of the sun, never burns out."And you thought you were just getting a hamburger.
Found at CUP OF CHICA.


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