from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of northeast Tennessee east-northeast of Knoxville. Settled in the 1760s, it is a railroad junction and manufacturing center. Population: 59,900.
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Synopsis: Everybody at Seiyo Elementary thinks that stylish and super-cool Amu has it all.
Hotel Seiyo Ginza in Tokyo was the first hotel in Japan to introduce butler services to all its rooms and suites.
Sleep On It Guests at Hotel Seiyo Ginza in Tokyo can experience the "deepest and soundest sleep" on Japan's most expensive bed: Sealy's $13,360 "Edinburgh" mattress.
Pampering can also be found at the Hotel Seiyo Ginza, a Rosewood hotel in Tokyo, which offers a $9,770 Princess Package.
Seiyo doesn't mention the worst aspect of the Bologna family slaughter: the illegal immigrant killer was protected from deportation by a taxpayer funded program that paid to ship under-age illegal immigrant crack dealers / gangbangers to 'group homes' in other parts of California so that the feds could not find them and deport them.