- S(amuel) I(chi·ye) [ih-chee-ey] /ɪˈtʃi eɪ/, 1906–92, U.S. semanticist, educator, and politician, born in Canada: senator 1977–83.
- Ses·sue [sesh-oo; Japanese se-shoo] /ˈsɛʃ u; Japanese sɛˈʃu/, 1889–1973, Japanese film actor.
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And then Hiram Fong and [S.I] Hayakawa, representing Hawaii and California.
A committed iconoclast, jazz-lover and friend of Ronald Reagan, Hayakawa defeated Democratic incumbent John V. Tunney.
Farther down the lane of booths was the tent of Hayakawa the Juggler.The Cathedral
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