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“As a kid being called a hori and as an adult i am unable to penetrate the NMZ (No Maori Zone) in a number of large compaines who laughingly call themselves equal opportunity employers.”
“Keeping the tools used most frequently, the favorite shovel, the Japanese hori knife, the felcos, the spade, among others under the garage deck all year because they are used constantly is the norm.”
“July 11, 2008 at 6:19 am who needz fotoshop? go 2 paint, copy half da picter, paste, flip hori.. hor… sideways, vwala!”
“I show them my powerful loppers, my razor-sharp shears, my deadly pointed hori hori, my big bad lethal boots.”
“With hungry appetites, we walked into Gochi to find a very pleasant dining room with a tatami seats with hori-gotatsu where you can put your feet under the table, even though it looks like tatami seating.”
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“The sun was a tiny sliver of light on the hori - zon and then it was swallowed by a cloudbank, so that it seemed as if the sun were starting to rise and had suddenly changed its mind and gone back to bed.”
“Some men like to ride the crest of their accomplishments, but Henry looked over the hori zon to further challenges.”
“Be - yond his shoulder, Roland saw Old Star just about to slip below the hori - zon.”
“The sun had drifted west to the edge of the hori - zon, its light growing soft, changing from white to pale orange.”
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