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  • noun A Japanese surname.

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Examples

  • The chain is designed by Japanese jeweler, Satomi Yamagishi.

    Gabriella Hewitt » 2008 » March

  • The chain is designed by Japanese jeweler, Satomi Yamagishi.

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  • We are more willing to harm others if we are pressured by authority (Milgrim 1974), if we are dealing with strangers rather than friends (Yamagishi & Sato, 1986), if we are at a distance from rather than close to those to be harmed, and if our self-efficacy is threatened (Bandura, 1989).

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • We are more willing to harm others if we are pressured by authority (Milgrim 1974), if we are dealing with strangers rather than friends (Yamagishi & Sato, 1986), if we are at a distance from rather than close to those to be harmed, and if our self-efficacy is threatened (Bandura, 1989).

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • Canada's Christine Latham, left, gets her shot past Japan's Yasuyo Yamagishi and goalkeeper Nozomi Yamago.

    USATODAY.com - Canada advances in Women's World Cup for first time

  • "We did hesitate a bit about calling for Earth Hour in Japan because there are many without electricity in disaster-hit areas," said Naoyuki Yamagishi, climate change program leader for WWF in Japan.

    Reuters: Top News

  • "There were some pretty alarming facts that we didn't expect but I think definitely need to be addressed," said Colten Yamagishi, the union's vice-president, student life.

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  • "Yesterday's monetary easing by Switzerland provided the push because if Japan didn't respond this would push the yen still higher," said Nagayuki Yamagishi, a strategist at Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities.

    Reuters: Top News

  • "We did hesitate a bit about calling for Earth Hour in Japan because there are many without electricity in disaster-hit areas," said Naoyuki Yamagishi, climate change program leader for WWF in Japan.

    Reuters: Top News

  • "We did hesitate a bit about calling for Earth Hour in Japan because there are many without electricity in disaster-hit areas," said Naoyuki Yamagishi, climate change programme leader for WWF in Japan.

    Reuters: Top News

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