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Loss and farewell From the beginning of Tolkien's mythos, there has been a consistent theme of great beauty and joy failing and disappearing before the passage of time and the onslaught of the powers of evil.

Miranda stays behind with the other two volunteers, giving her suit to a
of onomatopoeia.

Batman uses the technology of Lawton's mask to later survive an encounter with the joker and onomatopoeia.

The word ???? pronounced kyatto is a transliteration of the English word cat, but the title uses the kanji ? (to group) with the katakana ?? (kya an onomatopoeia indicating surprise), so the title contains a pun.

Its name is derived from the words, glamourous (meaning, "beauty") and meow (an onomatopoeia of a cat).

Furthermore, in the japanese versions, Cancer commonly ends statements with the word buku, very similar to BubbleMan's tendency to end statements with "puku" (both buku and puku are japanese onomatopoeia for a bubble bursting).

The monster's name is the Filipino onomatopoeia of a dog's bark.

Phenomimes and psychomimes Some languages possess a category of words midway between onomatopoeia and usual words.

The term is an onomatopoeia of the sound a bullet or other projectile makes when hitting a tin can, or other similar target, referring to the sharp, metallic sound, known as a "plink".

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