[ yah-mah-shee-tah ]
/ ˈyɑ mɑˈʃi tɑ /
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To·mo·yu·ki [taw-maw-yoo-kee], /ˈtɔ mɔˈyu ki/, "the Tiger of Malaya", 1885–1946, Japanese general.
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Future work might uncover other phenomena that help measure cells’ age, Yamashita says.Embryos appear to reverse their biological clock early in development|Erin Garcia de Jesús|June 25, 2021|Science News
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/ (ˌjæməˈʃiːtə) /
Tomoyuki (ˌtəʊməʊˈjuːkɪ). 1885–1946, Japanese general. He commanded Japanese forces in the Malayan campaign in World War II and took Singapore (1942); captured (1945) and hanged
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