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  • proper noun A surname, from Japanese.

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Examples

  • Justin Kan and Emmett Shear watched their first startup, an online calendar called Kiko, implode when Google decided to do the same thing in 2006.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

  • In addition to the performance on Wall Street, the stock gains in Tokyo came on hopes the yen might weaken after the Kyodo news service reported that Prime Minister Naoto Kan is likely to instruct his cabinet to draw up an extra budget for the current financial year.

    Japan Stocks Lead Asian Markets Higher

  • Justin Kan and Emmett Shear watched their first startup, an online calendar called Kiko, implode when Google decided to do the same thing in 2006.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

  • Justin Kan and Emmett Shear watched their first startup, an online calendar called Kiko, implode when Google decided to do the same thing in 2006.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

  • Justin Kan and Emmett Shear watched their first startup, an online calendar called Kiko, implode when Google decided to do the same thing in 2006.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

  • Justin Kan and Emmett Shear watched their first startup, an online calendar called Kiko, implode when Google decided to do the same thing in 2006.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

  • Justin Kan and Emmett Shear watched their first startup, an online calendar called Kiko, implode when Google decided to do the same thing in 2006.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

  • Justin Kan and Emmett Shear watched their first startup, an online calendar called Kiko, implode when Google decided to do the same thing in 2006.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

  • Justin Kan and Emmett Shear watched their first startup, an online calendar called Kiko, implode when Google decided to do the same thing in 2006.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

  • (The nearby island of Khoah Phing Kan is nicknamed "James Bond Island" because it appeared in "The Man with the Golden Gun" in 1974.)

    The 'Aquaminium' lifestyle

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