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Seventeen-year-old Kai Dionne jumps into a half-frozen river to save his dog, Talia, and the 24-hour drama begins.
The police believe that the Kudo-kai orchestrated these three attacks.
The police arrested two men from the Kudo-kai group in June of 2002.
He, too, refused to work with the Kudo-kai or placate them and he, too, was shot to death just last December.
Now criminal investigators all over Japan have stepped up operations to push for the dismantling of the Kudo-kai.
The worst of it is, we kain't start the ball a-rollin' till we get that girl spotted—that's the hell of it!Raw Gold|Bertrand W. Sinclair
Aristoxenus promises to treat of Systems, 'and among them of the perfect System' (peri te tn alln kai tou teleiou).
For that is evidently involved in the words that follow: kai hetera men parypatoeidesin, hetera de lichanoeidesin.
Lyra d soi, n d' eg, kai kithara leipetai, kai kata polin chrsima; kai au kat' agrous tois nomeusi syrinx an tis ei.
(from the words peri de synecheias kai tou hexs), and again pp. 58-72 Meib.
British Dictionary definitions for Chiang Kai-shek
Jiang Jie Shi
Cultural definitions for Chiang Kai-shek
A Chinese general and political leader of the twentieth century. He was president of China until he was overthrown in 1949 by Chinese communist forces under Mao Zedong, who established the People's Republic of China. Chiang fled to Taiwan, where he established the government of the Republic of China, or Nationalist China (see also Nationalist China), recognized by the United States until 1979 as the only legitimate government of China.