Mount, a volcanic mountain in Japan, in central Kyushu, noted for its vast caldera. 5223 feet (1593 meters).
The dogs (Aso)are surly, ill-kept creatures of mongrel breed.
The Tinguian Fay-Cooper Cole
For the accomplishment of his ends he leagued himself with Aso, the queen of Ethiopia, and seventy-two other conspirators.
Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt Lewis Spence
Aso san, the monster crater of Japan, largest by far in the world, is fourteen miles long by ten wide and contains many farms.
The Book of the National Parks Robert Sterling Yard
a group of five volcanic cones in Japan on central Kyushu, one of which, Naka-dake, has the largest crater in the world, between 16 km (10 miles) and 24 km (15 miles) in diameter. Highest cone: 1592 m (5223 ft) Also called Asosan (ˌɑːsəʊˈsɑːn)
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not sociable or gregarious; withdrawn from society. indifferent to or averse to conforming to conventional standards of behavior. inconsiderate of others; selfish; egocentric. Contemporary Examples “The asocial aspect of it is really appealing,” Soderbergh went on to say of his new career choice. Soderbergh’s Swansong Nicole LaPorte September 13, 2009 Historical Examples Our study of […]
died 232 b.c, Buddhist king in India 269?–232? b.c. Historical Examples Then she bent and broke the flowery twigs from trees, such as the Sala, the Asoka and the Tilaka. Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa Bk. 3 Pt. 1 Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa The reign of Akbar bears a strange resemblance to that of Asoka. The Great Events […]
having no material body; incorporeal.