from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of east-central Honshu, Japan, an industrial suburb of Tokyo on Tokyo Bay. Population: 1,340,000.
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- proper n. A city in Kanagawa prefecture, Japan.
- proper n. A Japanese surname.
- proper n. A Japanese motorcycle manufacturer
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Rehberg added that he's previously employed a 10-year-old neighbor to herd cashmere goats with what he described as a Kawasaki youth motorcycle.
First of all, Kawasaki is treatable, curable if caught early not to mention that it typically occurs in children 5 and under.
Kawasaki is a dormit syndrome that can come back at any age, and that scares me.
"Craftsmanship was the best face that Japan had to show the world," said Hideo Ishino, a 44-year-old lathe operator at an auto parts factory in Kawasaki, an industrial city next to Tokyo.
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While the new KFX450R may be the flagship sport quad in Kawasaki’s ’09 lineup, it does have a big brother.
The Brute Force 750 4×4i is the biggest, baddest, four-wheeler in Kawasaki’s entire ’09 lineup.
These keys will help any organization “bootstrap” itself into existence (a chapter in Kawasaki’s Art of the Start, too).
You can catch Neil on ShoeMoney’s radio show and even Guy Kawasaki is a fan of Neil’s guide to Digg.
Before Jett's death, Travolta and his wife, Kelly Preston, had said he suffered from a rare condition called Kawasaki disease, as well as exposure to environmental toxins from carpet cleaning chemicals.