American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of central Honshu, Japan, northwest of Tokyo. Located in a mountainous region with volcanic soil, the city is a leading center for silk production. Population: 318,000.
“After stints as a Kyodo News reporter at locations such as Maebashi, Sendai and Sapporo as well as in the Foreign News”
“Maebashi including a beautiful view from the 38th floor, a visit to the Kannon (diety of mercy) in Takasaki, Mount Haruna and Ikaho.”
“Hello people of Maebashi, and other places around the World a big "welcome to the year 2010" from me and from Godzilla holding an umbrella ....”
“Mr Iwasaki, originally from Maebashi, Japan, says that only his '' strong will '' has kept him going.”
“If anyone in Maebashi wants to go out for a drink or do something fun please let me know.”
“Wajima, Ishikawa Prefecture; Kyoto; and Matsue, Shimane Prefecture, while ice was observed in Sendai, Maebashi and Matsue, the agency said.”
“Maebashi, Gunma 371-8511, Japan takeyosi@showa. gunma-u.ac.jp”
“The Association of Media Studies, a nonprofit organization in Maebashi, Gunma Prefecture, is actively promoting the training of mothers and fathers in what it describes as '' cell phone literacy''-the ability to recognize problems associated with the use of cell phones in accessing the Net and to be able to use such phones.”
Looking for tweets for Maebashi.