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

  • Yoshihito 1879-1926. Emperor of Japan (1912-1926) whose reign was marked by World War I and Japan's increased international influence.

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  • Finding more survivors is unlikely, said Yoshihito Mochizuki, a doctor at Tokyo's Musashino Red Cross Hospital.

    Japanese survivors cling to hope as aid trickles in

  • 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.

    Japan Snaps Back With Less Power

  • 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).

    Noodles With Nutrients

  • 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.

    Lead Japan to Recovery, Mr. Kan

  • His son Yoshihito, the Taisho emperor, tried to become a truly popular monarch.

    Like Birds In A Gilded Cage

  • [18] The Emperor Mutsuhito died on July 30, 1912, and was succeeded by his eldest son, Yoshihito, who was born in 1879.

    From Pole to Pole A Book for Young People

  • 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.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • By Tim Kelly - On a recent trip to Japan's devastated northeast coast, venture capitalist Yoshihito Hori chanced upon a group of fishermen outside...

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • 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

    Marinerds, etc.

  • '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

    WN.com - Articles related to For Chip Makers, the Next Battle Is in Smartphones

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