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OTHER WORDS FROM prefecturepre·fec·tur·al [pri-fek-cher-uhl], /prɪˈfɛk tʃər əl/, adjectivesub·pre·fec·ture, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for prefecture
On October 2011, the prefecture established an ordinance imposing fines and potential jail time.
Hiroo Onoda was born on March 19 1922 at the village of Kamekawa in the Wakayama prefecture of south Japan.
The story was originally to revolve around Jikisai Minami, a well-respected Zen Buddhist priest in Aomori prefecture.
Most of the refugees streamed in from Fukushima prefecture, and many were trying to get away from a radiation threat.
His children, however, ran about merrily, making new friends and helping themselves to food provided by the prefecture.
There was the secret ploughing society of the young men of a village in Gumma prefecture.
At Morioka in Iwate prefecture I visited the excellent higher agricultural college, where there were 300 students.
The Prefect of Tours, M. d'Entraigues, has run away from the uproar which threatened him in his prefecture.Memoirs of the Duchesse de Dino v.2/3, 1836-1840|Duchesse De Dino
It is in part of Chiba—and also in a district in Tokyo prefecture—that the earliest rice is grown.
Both at the Prefecture and the Maine there were streams of callers, all day.The Young Franc Tireurs|G. A. Henty