Synonyms for kiryuu or Related words with kiryuu

kujo              suzuhara              akiha              zakuro              asagi              tsukishiro              mikagami              katanagatari              himemiya              souji              tokisada              kyouko              gokudo              ouka              shuu              andou              penguindrum              kushinada              godannar              minamo              kekkaishi              otogi              tenkawa              driland              mawaru              nekogami              akaya              seiryu              kuzuryu              sasame              nagasarete              zorori              makie              tohno              mikage              hakuouki              rokujo              hajimemashita              taisenki              sakurano              kikyo              kamishiro              zoshi              sayoko              izayoi              kuriko              onigawara              kankichi              kuroneko              mitsurugi             

Examples of "kiryuu"
"RapeLay" is played from the perspective of a "chikan" named Masaya Kimura, who stalks and subsequently rapes the Kiryuu family (a mother and her two daughters).
Kiichi then faces Jet in the finals and although he is being pushed back the whole fight manages to win at the last second by redirecting the energy of Jet's punch to strike back at him, winning the tournament. It is revealed during this fight that Kiryuu is the biological father of Jet, and after the battle, while Kiryuu fights the mob enforces of Gambino and Black heart one of the henchmen gets a clear shot at Kiryuu. The bullet seems to be headed straight for an unaware Kiryuu but Jet jumps in front of the bullet at the last second which pierces him in the throat, it is confirmed in the next chapter that Jet has died from blood loss.
Ryouko Kiryuu (きりゅうりょうこ "Kiryū Ryouko") was Yutaka's lawyer. She was present when Yutaka made his will and was entrusted with the management of Yutaka's wine collection and the execution of his will.
Keisuke originally played as pitcher in junior high, but upon his election as team captain, he also became the team's catcher. During his 3rd year in Maebashi Kogyo High School, his team competed with Kiryuu Daiichi High in the Gunma prefectural tournament, wherein despite cracking a 4-run homer from Yasuhiro Ichiba (now with the Swallows), they were defeated. Despite this, he was the Hanshin Tiger's 3rd pick in the 2000 draft.
While predominantly depicted as human, examples of other types of vampire hunters also exist. Dhampiric figures, having a mix of human and vampire blood, are a popular form. Alucard from the Castlevania series, and the eponymous hero of the "Blade" series of comic books, movies, , and anime, are both examples of dhampir vampire-hunters. Even rarer are vampire hunters that are vampires themselves. Two examples of this type can be found in Morbius from "Ultimate Spider-Man", and Zero Kiryuu in the manga and anime series "Vampire Knight".
During the battle against his father Kiichi pushes his limits once again and masters the Tiger's paw technique, which was previously thought to only reside within those with pure blood of the Nadashinkage since the Nadashinkage is the only clan that possesses the 3 legs: the dragon, the tiger and the falcon possessed by Kiryuu, Seiko, and Son-O respectively. Kiichi use of the tiger's paw strike to defeat his adopted father Seiko only raises further questions about who his biological father might be.
In a loose retelling of the "Revolutionary Girl Utena" TV series, Utena Tenjou arrives at Ohtori Academy, appearing to be a boy. She is accidentally swept up in a series of duels for the possession of the Rose Bride Anthy Himemiya and the power she supposedly holds. At the same time, Utena reunites with Touga Kiryuu, a friend and love from her childhood. It is later revealed that Touga died long ago. A belief among some fans is that the movie takes place in the land of the dead. Other key differences between the series and film include the absence of Nanami (save for a brief cameo in her cow incarnation) and the revelation that Akio is also dead before the film begins.
The story begins in Fukuoka with Daigo Dojima having met with Tadashi Madarame, the patriarch of the local clan. Daigo then leaves to meet discreetly with Kazuma Kiryu who now lives under the alias of Taichi Suzuki as a cab driver. He goes home for the night and has a chat with Mayumi, a hostess that he’s befriended. After work the next day he is met by Yuu Morinaga and Masato Aizawa, members of the Tojo Clan who were running security for Daigo during his visit to Fukuoka. They inform Kiryuu that Daigo has gone missing and that the last person he had contact with was Kiryu. Aizawa and Morinaga show up at Kiryu’s house the following day, having gotten into a brawl with Yamagasa men. They learn Aoyama has taken up being the interim chairman which alarms them.