[ yah-muh-sah-kee ]
/ ˌyɑ məˈsɑ ki /
Mi·no·ru [mi-nawr-oo, -nohr-], /mɪˈnɔr u, -ˈnoʊr-/, 1912–86, U.S. architect.
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How to use Yamasaki in a sentence
Then Mr. Yamasaki went, and, sitting in the local temple, talked things over with both sides for days.
Eventually this man realised his responsibility, and, inspired by Mr. Yamasaki, took the situation in hand.
I told Mr. Yamasaki one day that there was an old Scotswoman who divided good people into "rael Christians and guid moral fowk."
Mr. Yamasaki uses the rooms primarily as "an hotel for people of good intentions—those who work for better conditions."
British Dictionary definitions for Yamasaki
Minoru. 1912–86, US architect. His buildings include St Louis Airport, Missouri (1953–55) and the World Trade Center, New York (1970–77)
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