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Nobunaga

/ˈnɒbuːˌnɑːɡə/
noun
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  • The plan was conceived by nobunaga, begun by Hideyoshi, and completed by Iyeyasu.

    The Gist of Japan R. B. Peery
  • The loss of their protector, nobunaga, was the beginning of the misfortunes of the Christians.

    The Gist of Japan R. B. Peery
  • They had also succeeded in disrupting the friendship of Vatadono and nobunaga.

    The Jesuits, 1534-1921 Thomas J. Campbell
  • Meantime, nobunaga continued to shower favors on the missionaries.

    The Jesuits, 1534-1921 Thomas J. Campbell
  • nobunaga's father, Nobuhide, from his early youth, was an ardent imperialist.

    Japan Various
  • nobunaga had in the meantime annexed Ōmi and all the Kinai provinces.

    Japan Various
  • In 1576 nobunaga built a castle of unprecedented strength at Adsuchi in Ōmi.

    Japan Various
  • The good fortune of nobunaga lay largely in his wise choice of men.

  • nobunaga had other reasons than these for destroying the power of the bonzes.

  • It was against this monastery that the wrath of nobunaga was most strongly aroused.

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