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  • The miru-gai was juicy and fresh, but the torigai and hokkigai were a bit on the limp side.

    Bay Area Upscale Sushi Search

  • _ [28]] [Footnote 28: The Japanese say of a person greatly emaciated by sickness, _miru-kagé mo naki_: "Even a visible shadow of him is not!"

    The Romance of the Milky Way And Other Studies & Stories

  • Thickness * Yosu-miru [edit] Websites Essential

    Wikia - Recent changes [en]

  • Anata no na Jumon mitai ni Mugen no RIPIITO Nikurashikute te no kou ni Tsume wo tatete miru

    Anime Nano!

  • namae: name mono: thing, single entity nai: not mo: more miru: see hence, "mirror"

    The line between cranks and scholars

  • minahito no miru niibumi ni yo no naka no atonashigotowa kakazu mo aranan

    Studying Keene’s Emperor Meiji

  • “pure seeing” (tada miru) beyond all acting and volition.

    The Kyoto School

  • (hara-hara) jibun dake no yume wo miru yori issho ni odorou yo yappari ji-mi-da-NE! haato wa Crazy for me! itsuka wa mune no oku de amai haru ichiban fukiareru no kitto

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  • "are ga DENEBU, ARUTAIRU, BEGA" kimi wa yubi sasu natsu no taisankaku oboete sora wo miru yatto mitsuketa Orihime-sama dakedo doko darou Hikoboshi-sama kore ja hitori bocchi you said as you pointed at The Summer Triangle.

    Anime Nano!

  • But though I may strive to be a dutiful wife, there never will be gladness in your house because of me; for my heart hates you with a great and lasting hate; and the sound of your voice makes a sickness in my breast (koe kiite mo mune ga waruku naru); and only to see your face makes me wish that I were dead (kao miru to shinitaku naru). "

    Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan Second Series


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  • Logos: ha, ha...

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  • Demon goddesses must be part Southern. They brag about the size of their ovens because they love to cook and be hospitable. They are gracious hostesses.

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  • Wait... is kava that drink made with spit?


    Yes. Yes, it is.

    August 12, 2008

  • Why do demon goddesses always brag about the size of their ovens?

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  • I caught a whiff at the age of about 11. That was enough for me, actually. Still, there'd be worse tortures.

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  • You tried it? I've seen it do nasty things to people here in NT.

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  • Death by Kava doesn't sound too bad a way to go.

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  • Demon Goddess from the Pacific Islands with a large oven. She sends her beautiful daughters to lure men to her Underworld palace where she plies them with Kava until they are dead drunk. Then she roasts and eats them. (From

    August 12, 2008