from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of central Honshu, Japan, northwest of Tokyo. It is a religious center with diverse industries in a silk-producing region. Population: 378,000.
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- proper n. A city in Japan
- proper n. A prefecture in Japan
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- n. a city in central Honshu to the northwest of Tokyo; site of a Buddhist shrine
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ARTechnic Architects have designed the Shell Villa, located in Nagano, Japan.
Just 12 years ago in Nagano, the U.S. team won 13 medals overall, which to that point was the most it ever had won in a Winter Games.
In 1998 in Nagano, Finland beat a disheartened Canadian team to win the bronze medal in ice hockey.
Located in Nagano, the construction belongs to Hiroki Tanabe, a talented architect from Japan.
When snowboarding debuted at the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, the culture clash was painful: Several top riders boycotted the event, citing corruption in the selection of the official federation for the sport.
"It wasn't luck that we went to the finals of the World Cup (and) got a bronze in Nagano," Selanne said.
She came on strong four years later in Nagano, winning a silver and a bronze.
In the 1998 Games in Nagano, he was 17th in the relay.
The U.S. women tied for fifth at the 1998 Games in Nagano,
Already assured of this year's World Cup women's downhill title, she won the downhill and super-G to match Hermann Maier's double-gold performance in Nagano eight years earlier.