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  • He was never married, and the name is said to be extinct, save as borne by the descendants of his stepbrothers called Satori-Canova.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • Zen is a system designed to produce the insight called Satori that gets behind all the surface noise of day to day life to the unifying principle that solves the greatest creative challenge of all: what Zen calls " the riddle of life and death." News

  • Religion, so far as it was not ceremony and magic, was intuitional, "Satori," "Enlightenment," was the keyword.

    Evolution Of The Japanese, Social And Psychic

  • "Satori," Ranjini said, "is a Japanese Buddhist term that means 'flash of sudden awareness', which is what we plan on imparting through this club.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • A Satori Roll, which included hiramasa fish, cucumber, avocado and pickled onions for $11.50, was enough for a whole lunch.


  • She is a Jeanneau 53, named Satori, which is a Japanese Buddhist term for enlightenment.

    Sole Man Blake Mycoskie

  • Mr. Penzler noted that some extensions have been particularly well executed, such as Don Winslow's recently published "Satori," a novel based on a character introduced in Trevanian's 1979 "Shibumi."

    'Spenser' and 'Jesse Stone' Survive Writer's Death

  • Mr. Winslow drafted the first 100 pages of "Satori," fleshing out Hel's activities in Beijing.

    A Classic Thriller Gets a Prequel

  • Sunday morning light dedicating our lives to ungallanted drunkenness, taking turns punching each other on the shoulder like street Buddhist priests and not flinching as the one hitting shouted“Satori!”


  • Lori Eanes for The Wall Street Journal The Satori Roll, with hiramasa fish, cucumber, pickled onions and avocado.



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