from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southwest Hokkaido, Japan, near the head of Ishikari Bay. A processing and commercial center, it was the site of the 1972 Winter Olympics. Population: 1,890,000.
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- proper n. a capital city of Hokkaido, Japan
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- n. a commercial city in northern Japan on western Hokkaido
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He was one of nine announcers at NBC's 1972 Winter Games in Sapporo, Japan.
I lived up in Sapporo the last couple years - I can say that the more north you go, and the further from major city onsen you go, the better your chances are of getting in with ink - and the Chopstick guy way back then told me pretty much the same thing - his advice was spot on.
Crypton Future Media Inc., based in Sapporo, Japan, is a pioneer of using Vocaloid.
Meanwhile, in Sapporo, Hei and company are attacked by a water-controlling contractor, though they manage to escape and later meet up at their makeshift “house/hideout” near the lake.
PALCA: Negishi shares the prize with Richard Heck, who's now retired from the University of Delaware; and Akira Suzuki an emeritus professor at Hokkaido University in Sapporo, Japan.
Following an artistic residency at S-AIR in Sapporo Japan, Lohmann was in Milan this year conducting the Kelp Constructs workshop at the Nilufar Gallery.
Yeah it was Caspean filet that was a really rare one in Sapporo at those times.
I'm over in Sapporo, Japan for the iSummitand a number of thoughts are going through my head.
Hundreds of women contacted police to say that they had also been sold lambs instead of pedigree pups by the tricksters based in Sapporo, Japan '- The Sun.
The New Sapporo is a little more expensive …. to the tune of (are you sitting down for this) 25 to 55 cents per item.