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Fukui

[ foo-koo-ee, foo-koo-ee ]
/ fuˈku i, ˈfu ku i /
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noun
Ke·ni·chi [ke-nee-chee], /kɛˈni tʃi/, 1918–98, Japanese chemist: Nobel Prize 1981.
a city in central Honshu, Japan.
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How to use Fukui in a sentence

  • Accordingly, we in the Chiyo went ahead, the Fukui falling in next astern, and the other two retaining their original positions.

  • Wondering whether Arima also had noticed this, I rang our engines ahead for a revolution or two, and hailed the Fukui to inquire.

  • What means had we to take soundings, or to measure the gap between the sunken Fukui and the Yoneyama?

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