Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southern Honshu, Japan, on Osaka Bay south of Osaka. It was a leading port from the 15th to the 17th century. Population: 832,000.

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  • n. A people of Malaya.
  • n. A member of this people.
  • n. The language spoken by this people.
  • n. Any of several cities in Japan.
  • n. A Japanese surname.

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Examples

  • Sakai is currently being used by 80 colleges and universities in the United States and abroad.

    Open Source for Law Schools?

  • A little from habit, a little from the virtue I have frequently mentioned, and a little, very likely, because he is too lazy to be otherwise, the Sakai is a just and upright man.

    My Friends the Savages Notes and Observations of a Perak settler (Malay Peninsula)

  • Foreign trade stimulated the growth of towns and provincial ports, such as Sakai (part of modern saka), Hygo (modern Kbe), and Hakata (part of modern Fukuoka).

    1336-1568

  • "It's inevitable that Noda, as the point man on intervention, has to try to talk the yen down like this, but I think it's unlikely that there'd be any intervention now as the Kan government doesn't have the political wherewithal for it," said Toshihiko Sakai, chief manager of forex and financial products trading at Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking.

    Asia Falls on Moody's Warning

  • "It's inevitable that Noda, as the point man on intervention, has to try to talk the yen down like this, but I think it's unlikely that there'd be any intervention now as the Kan government doesn't have the political wherewithal for it," said Toshihiko Sakai, chief manager of foreign exchange and financial products trading at Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking.

    Dollar Falls on Moody's Review

  • “Manazashi Daydream” by Sakai Yuu (OP#1 – Nodame Cantabile: Finale) – watch: anime OP — music video

    Notable OP/ED themes: Winter 2009/2010 « Undercover

  • The band is a duo of Shigematsu Kenta (guitar) and Sakai Yurie (bass, vocals).

    Notable OP/ED themes: Spring 2010 « Undercover

  • "I've lost many fellow farmers...they decided to quit because they couldn't make a living and saw no prospect for the future," said Mr. Sakai said, speaking ahead of a recent rally in the capital.

    Japan's Tobacco Farmers Stunt Privatization Plan

  • The company also said Wednesday that it would cut LCD panel production at its Sakai plant in western Japan, which mainly produces large-size panels for TV sets, by half to draw down built-up inventories.

    Sharp Swings to Loss on One-Time Costs

  • "If the government were to unload its entire stake in JT, I have no doubt that JT would increasingly be driven in pursuit of profits, more than ever," said Masakatsu Sakai , a farmer from Kumamoto prefecture in western Japan, the country's biggest tobacco-producing region.

    Japan's Tobacco Farmers Stunt Privatization Plan

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