Definitions

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

  • A city of southern Honshu, Japan, southeast of Nagoya. It is an industrial center.

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Examples

  • Synopsis: Tomoya Okazaki is a third year student labelled as a delinquent.

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  • Oh yeah, did I mention I'm certified in Okazaki Restorative Massage?

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  • The reaction to the Okazaki storyline will be illuminating too, and not only because Jen's accent "You are a riar , Tom!" she yells at her son carries echoes of Mickey Rooney in "Breakfast at Tiffany's."

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  • Later, Mr. Lilley also turns up in Tokyo, as the Japanese housewife Jen Okazaki, a soft-voiced but tyrannical manager of her son Tim's skateboarding career.

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  • But we do anticipate large-scale capital demands from this fiscal year so we are making efforts to secure funds accordingly, company spokesman Taichi Okazaki said.

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  • Tupperware Brands Corp., which has about 20,000 sales people in Japan, made plans on the second day of the crisis to relocate all of its Tokyo-based employees and their immediate families to housing near the company's facilities in Okazaki, a city in southern Japan.

    Foreign Companies Step Up Evacuation Efforts

  • “Suppli is a promising story with interesting art, but what really makes it work is the emotional authenticity that Okazaki achieves.” —

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  • “Suppli is a promising story with interesting art, but what really makes it work is the emotional authenticity that Okazaki achieves.” —

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  • Here's the photo set link for Danny's visit with Takashi Okazaki.

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  • He is meeting with sect member Willie Jessop and attorneys Jim Bradshaw and Ken Okazaki.

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