tongara

tongara

[täŋ′gär·ə]
(meteorology)
A hazy, southeast wind in the Macassar Strait.
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Tongara Ramen's second branch in the Philippines brings a whole lot of comfort in the warm weather.
But with Tongara Ramen, you have to make an exception.
The chef behind the original Tongara Ramen flew in from Japan to teach the head chefs in Manila the recipe, and according to them, they are the only two people who know the secret for the broth.
For starters, there's the signature Tongara ramen with its broth that will satisfy any longing for a post-drinking ramen run.
It's meant to be flavorful and fulfilling year round, and Tongara Ramen checks all those boxes.
Similarly, the fringe-lipped bat (Trachops cirrhosus) locates tongara frogs (Physalaemus pustulosus) through their mating calls (Tuttle and Ryan, 1981).
(46) King had referred to the Gomerrigal-Tongara, where Tongara or Tuggara meant the inland or Woods people (Journal of P.