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[sah-toh; Japanese sah-taw] /ˈsɑ toʊ; Japanese ˈsɑ tɔ/
[ey-sah-koo;; Japanese ey-sah-koo] /eɪˈsɑ ku;; Japanese ˈeɪ sɑˌku/ (Show IPA),
1901–75, Japanese political leader: prime minister 1964–72; Nobel Peace Prize 1974. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Once Sato yawned, and changed his flash pistol from one hand to the other.

    Thirty Howard Vincent O'Brien
  • I have often heard people say, 'O Sato is a beautiful woman!'

    Romances of Old Japan Yei Theodora Ozaki
  • O Sato could not bear to see her husband racked by these terrible doubts.

    Romances of Old Japan Yei Theodora Ozaki
  • There is only one thing I can do to show my gratitude to you, O Sato!

    Romances of Old Japan Yei Theodora Ozaki
  • Sato and Nambu also found hypermia and atrophy with increase of connective tissue between the muscle fibres.

    Scurvy Past and Present Alfred Fabian Hess
  • Sato stood back from the door obediently, and they passed into the hall.

    Harlequin and Columbine Booth Tarkington
  • Hemorrhagic infarcts also have been described, and Sato and Nambu report hyaline degeneration of the blood-vessel walls.

    Scurvy Past and Present Alfred Fabian Hess
  • "You and Good with Sato for the pictures ought to cover it," he said crisply.

    Thirty Howard Vincent O'Brien
  • "Even in Hokkaido," Dr. Sato notes, "the average area per family is only 7½ acres."

    The Foundations of Japan J.W. Robertson Scott
  • Now while Sato and I make a getaway, it'll be up to you to stop Hennessy.

    Thirty Howard Vincent O'Brien

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