kami even got love from Bill Clinton for helping families talk about HIV/AIDS.
On World AIDS Day in 2006, kami appeared with former U.S. president Bill Clinton to deliver a message about HIV and AIDS.
Knowing kami's character better than Pascal, the baron had good reason to distrust the accuracy of these statements.
I never seem to get on with my work, and yet I try hard enough, and kami says——'
The mere fact of her constant interference in the public affairs irritated Hoki no kami beyond measure.
One of them is in reality the god of Japanese poetry, Sumiyoshi no kami.
You foreshorten as though you never used the model, and you've caught kami's pasty way of dealing with flesh in shadow.
Just then a messenger from his father, Tajima no kami, was announced.
Sometimes these are merged under a common term, like the Japanese kami, sometimes they are separately named.
So Asano Takumi no kami died without having avenged himself, and this was more than his retainers could endure.
Japanese for "superior, lord," a title given to governors, also used of deities; the word chosen by Japanese converts and Protestant missionaries to refer to the Christian god.