Definitions

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

  • See Hector Hugh Munro.

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Examples

  • I have the impression that Saki is not very much appreciated in the United States.

    Where the Wild Things Are

  • Yo-Yo Girl Cop, a Japanese film that can be more literally translated as Delinquent Girl Detective: Code Name Asamiya Saki, is the resurrection, or maybe the last gasp, of a popular franchise, known as Sukeban Deka, that's been out of commission since the early 90s.

    Movie Review: Yo-Yo Girl Cop

  • Saki is a bit surprised about this and wonders why a yukata.

    Hayate No Gotoku! ep 19 « Undercover

  • You do have a tale to tell K. Saki is very funny on cats.

    Ellee -gaic Musings

  • The spring season offers us a cute mahjong anime called Saki which stars Kana Ueda as the lead voice actress and a Hikaru no-go-esqu intense friend / rival with whome Saki is easily slashed.

    Okazu

  • There's a fun anime called Saki that's all about high school mahjongg tournament play in Japan.

    Aliens in This World

  • -- Akira looked ridiculous running around in Saki’s coat and cap. xD He realizes this, so he simply asked for some passerby’s pants and the guy cheerfully hands it over … lolwut?! xD The English dialogue being thrown around are pretty well spoken too.

    Anime Preview: Spring 2009 First Impressions – Batch 2 « Undercover

  • Maybe the fancy stuff but it’s the only place Saki is the first and natural choice.

    Sushi: an impossible food-wine pairing? | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • That same empire, and its survival, was at the center of the contradictions in Saki’s personality.

    Where the Wild Things Are

  • But without those terrible women — and the villains in Saki’s gem-like tales are almost always female — we might not have had the most-fearsome aunts in fiction, outdoing even Wodehouse’s Aunt Agatha or Wilde’s Lady Bracknell.

    Where the Wild Things Are

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