from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of northwest Kyushu, Japan, northeast of Nagasaki. Textiles, especially a blue-figured cotton fabric, are important to its economy. Population: 306,000.
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Five days later fifty-three Liberators attacked the city of Kurume and, with the aid of a stiff northeast wind, burned down 28 percent of the houses, rendering 20,000 people homeless.
Lead researcher and butterfly lover Jun-Ya Ide from the Kurume Institute of Technology in Fukuoka, had noticed that female small copper butterflies often closed their wings when other copper butterflies flew very close to them.
I enlisted in the Kurume Regiment and was once discharged in January of the twentieth year of the Showa era (1945).
According to Tanashi Police Station, Kazue Furuya, tried to kill her 66-year-old husband at their apartment in Higashi-Kurume at about 10: 10 a.m. Friday.
Kurume azalea Nippon kaya Kutani chrysanthemum kegon, adj.
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