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梓, あずさ, し, アズサ

  • azusa,shi,azusa


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • Japanese cherry birch (Betula grossa)


  • yellow catalpa (Catalpa ovata)


  • printing block

Examples of 梓,あずさ,し,アズサ in a Sentence

Tom didn't come, nor did Jane.
However it's a pain putting the room in order.
That's just a shot in the dark. How do you think you'll succeed by just acting on the spur of the moment like that?
But I have an appointment with my client tomorrow.
I was not being taught to experiment or even to repeat experiments.
I have nothing to do with the accident, and I know nothing.
It's not as though the world is going to end if she leaves.
We are living in fear, we are suffering, we are not enjoying the sun and flowers, we are not enjoying our childhood.
Well, we're neighbours. I'll be popping over all the time.
I am alone and feel I can write this to you.

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