Tanaka



Baron Giichi
[gee-ee-chee] /giˈi tʃi/ (Show IPA), 1863–1929, Japanese military and political leader: prime minister 1927–29.
Contemporary Examples

The TPO is also part of the Ministry of Justice, headed by Mr. Tanaka.
Japan’s Justice Minister to Resign Over Yakuza Ties Jake Adelstein October 18, 2012

But Tanaka has been a little slow in obeying this particular law.
Masahiro Tanaka Is the Yankees’ $155M Lethal Weapon and Strikeout Machine Allen Barra May 8, 2014

Minister Tanaka has no tattoos, but public outcry over his involvement with the Inagawa-kai has put him in a pickle.
Japan’s Justice Minister to Resign Over Yakuza Ties Jake Adelstein October 18, 2012

Things look so bad for Tanaka that he failed to show up at the scheduled budget committee hearing Thursday.
Japan’s Justice Minister to Resign Over Yakuza Ties Jake Adelstein October 18, 2012

Tanaka then settled into a groove, pitching shut-out ball for the next five innings, fanning eight as the Yankees won 7-3.
Masahiro Tanaka Is the Yankees’ $155M Lethal Weapon and Strikeout Machine Allen Barra May 8, 2014

Historical Examples

“I’d like to make up one out of my own head though,” he thought, and he sat so still that Tanaka glanced back uneasily.
Captain June Alice Hegan Rice

As June and Tanaka made their way up the path, June gave an exclamation of delight.
Captain June Alice Hegan Rice

He used it on Tanaka every time he stopped by the wayside to pluck a flower for him.
Captain June Alice Hegan Rice

Tanaka had gone to take a bath after his warm run and to drink tea at the little tea-house across the road.
Captain June Alice Hegan Rice

I will send you in good Tanaka’s ‘rikisha, he will take good care of you and bring you back at tiffin time.
Captain June Alice Hegan Rice

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