from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southern Honshu, Japan, on Osaka Bay south-southwest of Kyoto. A port and manufacturing center, it was almost entirely rebuilt after World War II. The city was badly damaged by an earthquake in 1995. Population: 1,530,000.
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- proper n. A city in Honshū, Japan, capital of Hyōgo prefecture.
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- n. a port city in Japan on Osaka Bay in southern Honshu; was damaged by an earthquake in 1995
JAMEINA WILLIAMS, DATED KOBE BRYANT: When Kobe admitted to having an affair with this young lady it did not surprise me whatsoever, because he is an honest person.
KOBE: We arrived at Kobe on the evening of April 10th, and fell at once into the grasp of the custom-house authorities, who proved, however, very lenient.
But the platters of Wagyu beef what we call Kobe, which is sourced from only one local farm and served simply with pepper and mustard, make the expense worthwhile.
U.S. Department of Agriculture guidelines do not permit the use of the term "Kobe" alone to describe American-grown wagyu beef, but labels like "American Style" or "American Brand Kobe Beef" are OK.
On a sidewalk, the term Kobe Bryant refers to someone walking in front of you at full speed who suddenly stops.
From the recent dialogue between Bill Simmons and Malcolm Gladwell, I learned that Kobe is Nike's favorite client, and that former 49er Roger Craig is somehow still spry enough to run marathons.
Next time some idiot starts arguing that Kobe is as good as LeBron, think about this: Big Z and Mo Williams are the best teammates LeBron has ever had.
However, when it comes to PER, which attempts to measure rate performance (or “ability”), Kobe is unlikely to climb much higher once he starts hitting his decline phase.
Kobe is very solidly in the top 20 players of all time – maybe the top ten, but no way is he in the top 5.
Kobe is very close in stats, but not even in the same arena in terms of popularity or name recognition.
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