American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Yoshihito 1879-1926. Emperor of Japan (1912-1926) whose reign was marked by World War I and Japan's increased international influence.
“Finding more survivors is unlikely, said Yoshihito Mochizuki, a doctor at Tokyo's Musashino Red Cross Hospital.”
“Yoshihito Iwama , who heads environmental policy at the big-business lobby Keidanren, said companies are paying extra to generate power at in-house facilities and hesitant to invest because of uncertainty.”
“The newish restaurant Cocoron (meaning "heartwarming" in Japanese) on the Lower East Side, run by husband and wife Yoshihito Kida and Mika Ohie, preaches the soba-health gospel with deep bowls of the stuff topped with nutrient-rich yuba (tofu skin, $13-$14) and tororo (sticky Japanese yam, plus wakame seaweed, $8.50-$10), served both hot and cold; there's also a tsukemen style where you dip cold noodles into hot broth or curry ($8.80-$14.50).”
“Mr. Kan's decision to give broad responsibility to Yoshihito Sengoku, his former chief cabinet secretary, for disaster relief operations may have been a wise administrative move.”
“His son Yoshihito, the Taisho emperor, tried to become a truly popular monarch.”
“ The Emperor Mutsuhito died on July 30, 1912, and was succeeded by his eldest son, Yoshihito, who was born in 1879.”
“TOKYO Reuters - On a recent trip to Japan's devastated northeast coast, venture capitalist Yoshihito Hori chanced upon a group of fishermen outside an evacuation center collecting wood from the debris where homes once stood.”
“By Tim Kelly - On a recent trip to Japan's devastated northeast coast, venture capitalist Yoshihito Hori chanced upon a group of fishermen outside...”
“Craziness continued to rule the day in the 5th inning as Kaneko led off with a normal single, and then Kensuke Tanaka grounded into what looked like it'd be a double play, except Yoshihito”
“Lab-on-a-chip' devices stitched together with cotton thread and sewing needles photo: Creative Commons/- Nightflyer 19: 50, 17 March 2007 (UTC) photo: Creative Commons/MIKI Yoshihito”
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