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Matsuoka

[ mah-tsoo-aw-kah ]
/ ˈmɑ tsʊˈɔ kɑ /
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noun
Yo·su·ke [yaw-soo-ke], /yɔˈsu kɛ/, 1880–1946, Japanese statesman.
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How to use Matsuoka in a sentence

  • Captain Matsuoka was sitting alone in his tent and was glad to see me.

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  • Captain Matsuoka was first wounded; his thigh was cut away and he could stand no longer.

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