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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Sato, Eisaku 1901-1975. Japanese politician who served as prime minister (1964-1972). He shared the 1974 Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts toward nuclear disarmament.

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  • Of course, Mizuho and the reader find this out after Sato is sent to Hell.

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  • Sato is a relatively new comic artist, but his style -- somewhere between Hieronymus Bosch and Yellow Submarine -- really tickled me, and I wanted to see the art up on the walls (soon to be on my walls, as I ended up getting a really wonderful painted shovel of Sato's).

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  • OVERVIEW: Sato is a classic example of a player who plays taller than his height.

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  • LIKELY DRAFT POSITION: Sato is a projected second-rounder.

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  • Starters: F David West, 6-9, Sr. (20.3 ppg, 12 rpg); G/F Romain Sato,

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  • Outlook: Standout All-America F David West departs, but Musketeers have just about everybody else due to return, including Gs Romain Sato,

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  • ORLANDO, Florida (Ticker) -- Lionel Chalmers and Romain Sato were determined not to see Xavier's season end in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

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  • "It feels like we don't have anything to lose, and we feed off that and turn it into an advantage," said guard Romain Sato, who had 12 points.

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  • ATLANTA (Ticker) -- Xavier guard Romain Sato was cool down the stretch.

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  • Missouri's Rickey Paulding — and others, like Xavier's Romain Sato — likely hurt their draft stock by remaining in school.

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