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Kushiro

[koo-sheer-oh; Japanese koo-shee-raw] /kuˈʃɪər oʊ; Japanese ˈku ʃi rɔ/
noun
1.
a city in SE Hokkaido, Japan.
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  • In a few minutes the Kushiro approached her dock and made a near landing.

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  • She knew of Oto's appointment and, if the truth be told, dreaded the time when the Kushiro should be put in commission.

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  • In five minutes the boat was alongside, and Dave Rexdale sprang up the steps to the deck of the Kushiro.

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  • The Kushiro was well out of the harbour and standing directly toward the Chinese coast.

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  • That the main bulk of the population settled in Etorofu, Kunashiri, and at Kushiro.

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  • I left Shaubets early in the morning, with the intention of pushing on to Kushiro, thirty-one miles distant.

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  • If Kushiro is not interesting to an artist, it is decidedly so from an archological point of view.

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  • The pits at Kushiro are nearly all rectangular, while those from Akkeshi to Nemuro are either rectangular or circular.

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  • Digging in a large pit at Kushiro, I found some stag-horns, and numerous bits of black and red pottery.

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  • The next day I rode down to the coast to the bay of Akkeshi, about forty-two miles east of Kushiro.

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