Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • An island of Japan in the Inland Sea between southwest Honshu and Shikoku.

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Examples

  • Eustachy calls Awaji the best shooter he's had since he's been at USM, but the senior transfer is sidelined with what Eustachy calls a virus.

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  • REDCAT will host a rare West Coast appearance from New York's The Necks on Feb 19, and Japanese puppet masters, the Awaji Puppet Theater Company on the 18th.

    In the Wings - February

  • Given it will take a while to restore social infrastructure damaged by the disaster, "the degree of economic downside risks from the supply side is likely to be high—compared, for example, with the Hanshin Awaji earthquake 16 years ago—and it is necessary to pay careful attention to the possibility that such impact could be prolonged," Mr. Miyao told business leaders in Oita, southern Japan.

    BOJ Skips Money Market Operation

  • Working together, the City of Awaji and Hyogo Prefecture expect that the new solar power facilities will help attract environmentally conscious companies to the area, while promoting green energy and serving as a symbol of Awaji as an environmental island.

    Green Energy - Fareastgizmos.com

  • Working together, the City of Awaji and Hyogo Prefecture expect that the new solar power facilities will help attract environmentally conscious companies to the area, while promoting green energy and serving as a symbol of Awaji as an environmental island.

    March 2010 - Fareastgizmos.com

  • Across town at Japan Society, the Awaji Puppet Theater Company, unseen hereabouts for 10 years, offered four performances of the 500-year-old art form's dance-theater productions.

    A Modern Master's Past and Present

  • Kannon, manipulated by a single puppeteer, took the 21st-century artistry of Awaji Puppet Theater directly back to its roots.

    A Modern Master's Past and Present

  • Older than Japan's renowned Kabuki theater, Awaji puppet theater presents plays from its past.

    A Modern Master's Past and Present

  • The first stirrings of Awaji puppets as powerful presences came from their role in religious ritual.

    A Modern Master's Past and Present

  • Tadashi Ogino At Japan Society, the Awaji Puppet Theater Company's production of "Ebisu-mai" features a four-foot-tall puppet that is manipulated simultaneously by three puppeteers.

    A Modern Master's Past and Present

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