from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The palace of the mikado of Japan; the court: a respectful term used by the Japanese in speaking of the mikado or emperor, who was considered too august and sacred to be spoken of by his own name.
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Sort of a dairi-ation on the theme, don't you think.
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