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- proper n. Any of a number of places in the USA
- proper n. A traditional pub name (See Wikipedia)
- proper n. The flag of Japan
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In the anteroom, he made a gateway atop the golden Rising Sun set in the floor, and she let him lead her through onto a hilly forest floor carpeted with dead leaves.
See John Toland, The Rising Sun Random House, 1970, p.
In Fredericksburg, Virginia, I was given a tour of the Rising Sun Tavern, preserved as it was from the era when Jones arrived there, on the lam for murder, in the winter of 1774.
Darlin dismounted before a tremendous tent, the largest Min had ever seen, larger than any she had ever imagined, a great red-striped oval, shining in the sunlight like silk, with no fewer than four high conical peaks, each with the Rising Sun of Cairhien stirring above in a lazy breeze, gold on blue.
Above it, the Three Crescents of Tear, white on red and gold, and the many-rayed Rising Sun of Cairhien, gold on blue, flanked Rand's own scarlet flag, all three twitching in a breeze that might have come from an oven.
Paulownia (Tokwasho), created in 1876, granted to princes and very exalted personages; (3) Order of the Rising Sun (Kyokujitsusho), created in 1875, created for civil and military services; (4) Order of the Sacred Treasure (Zuihosho), created in 1888 to reward civil and military services; 8 classes; (5) Order of the Crown (Hokwonsho), created in 1888, reserved to women; 8 classes; (6) Order of the
For more on the China Incident, which is a Tokyo euphemism for Japan’s aggression against China, see John Toland, The Rising Sun Random House, 1970, pp. 37 ff.