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諸, しょ

  • sho



  • various
  • many
  • several

Examples of 諸,しょ in a Sentence

You have to pay for utilities.
We are here because we have a right to be involved in these decisions.
This does not mean that they have nothing in common with other peoples.
This is what they have in common with other peoples.
Yugoslavia says it's not responsible for the actions of Serbian militias in Bosnia which have killed thousands, ruined cities, and turned 1.3 million people into refugees over the last three months.
Can't you apply the rules a little more elastically?
The company pays me 100,000 yen in various allowances a month in addition to the regular salary.
The facts bear out this hypothesis.
These states were united into one nation.
These states were united into one nation.

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