Acala

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Acala

[ə′kal·ə]
(botany)
A type of cotton indigenous to Mexico and cultivated in Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.
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As an indicator of the latter phenomenon, Osaka Kokubunji was and still is included in Kinki's thirty-six sites for Fudo-myoo worship (Kinki sanjuroku fudo son reijo [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) and in the Kansai region's forty-nine pilgrimage sites for Yakushi worship.
In the northern quadrant stands a hall enshrining the immovable wisdom king Fudo-myoo [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], and dominating the south quadrant lies the graveyard with a memorial to Emperor Shomu and the oversized statue of Kukai.
Fudo-myoo, "the immutable one," the Buddhist divinity of fire is one of the eight angry Bodhisattvas.