Synonyms for uzuki or Related words with uzuki


Examples of "uzuki"
Kazuo Uzuki is the subject of a baseball card issued by Topps as an April Fools' Day hoax. The card was released on February 6, 2008 of a supposed high school superstar named Kazuo "The Uzi" Uzuki. In Japanese, Kazuo Uzuki means "the first son of April." The person actually depicted on the card was a New York University law student named Sensen Lin.
"Uzuki" was assigned to the IJN 8th Fleet on 1 December 1942, and escorted the aircraft carrier from Yokosuka to Truk, and a troop convoy from Truk to Rabaul at the end of the year. However, at Rabaul on 25 December, "Uzuki" suffered heavy damage in a collision with the torpedoed transport "Nankai Maru", and was taken in tow by the destroyers and back to Rabaul for emergency repairs. While at Rabaul, the ship was further damaged in an air raid on 5 January 1943. The destroyer towed "Uzuki" to Truk for further repairs, and then "Uzuki" returned to Sasebo under her own power by 3 July. Once repairs were completed in mid-October, "Uzuki" returned to Truk and escorted the cruisers and , both loaded with troops, back to Rabaul. On October 23–24, "Uzuki" sortied to Jacquinot Bay on New Britain to rescue the survivors of her sister ship . "Uzuki" continued to make "Tokyo Express" transport runs throughout the Soloman Islands to the end of November. On 24–25 November, "Uzuki" engaged US Navy destroyers at the Battle of Cape St. George, during the Japanese evacuation of Buka, but without damage. In December, "Uzuki" was assigned to escort tankers from Rabaul to Truk and Palau and back.
"Uzuki" was struck from the navy list on 10 January 1945.
Uzuki is a high spirited, energetic girl who excels in sports. She likes to tease Akari.
In January 1944, "Uzuki" escorted the cruiser back to Japan. After refit at Sasebo Naval Arsenal, "Uzuki" escorted troop convoys from Yokosuka to Palau, Yap, Saipan and Truk through the end of June. During the Battle of the Philippine Sea (19–20 June), "Uzuki" was part of the Second Supply Force. On 20 June, she rescued the crew of the transport "Genyo Maru", and sank the crippled transport with gunfire. "Uzuki" continued to escort convoys from Kure to Manila and Singapore to the middle of November. On 18 July, she was assigned to the Combined Fleet, and on 20 November, was reassigned to the IJN 5th Fleet.
At the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor, "Uzuki" was part of Desron 23 under Carrier Division 2 in the IJN 1st Air Fleet, and deployed from Hahajima in the Ogasawara Islands as part of the Japanese invasion force for the Invasion of Guam. She returned to Truk in early January 1942 to covering the landings of Japanese forces during ”Operation R” at Kavieng, New Ireland on 23 January, returning to Truk one month later. In March, "Uzuki" assisted in covering landings of Japanese forces during ”Operation SR” in the northern Solomon Islands, Lae and Admiralty Islands. The destroyer was reassigned to the IJN 4th Fleet on 10 April. During the Battle of the Coral Sea from 7–8 May 1942, "Uzuki" was assigned to escort the tanker "Hoyo Maru" in the Shortlands area, and returned to Sasebo Naval Arsenal for refitting on 28 May. By the end of June, "Uzuki" was based at Truk, and assigned to escort convoys carrying airfield construction crews from Truk to Bougainville and Guadalcanal, and patrols around Rabaul. During the invasion of Buka (21–22 July), "Uzuki" was strafed by Allied aircraft, with loss of 16 crewmen. On 11 August, "Uzuki" sortied from Rabaul to rescue the survivors of the cruiser . At the end of August, while on a "Tokyo Express" transport run to Guadalcanal, "Uzuki" suffered damage from a near miss in an attack by USAAF B-17 Flying Fortress bombers, and returned via Rabaul, Truk and Saipan back to Sasebo for repairs on 14 September.
Shion Uzuki is the main character of the three episodes of "Xenosaga", which have been referred to as "Shion's Arc" by Namco Bandai. While her role is less prominent in "Xenosaga Episode II", which focuses on the character Jr., she is the lead character again in the DS remake "Xenosaga I & II". While Shion's surname is "Uzuki", Takahashi has stated that she is not meant to be a distant relative of the character Citan Uzuki from "Xenogears". She does, however, share his liking for science.
Steel Jeeg is formed by combining the parts released by the Big Shooter jet, piloted by Prof. Shiba's young assistant, Miwa Uzuki. Hiroshi Shiba becomes the head of Steel Jeeg by bumping his fists together.
In the late 1930s, "Uzuki" participated in combat actions in the Second Sino-Japanese War, covering the landings of Japanese troops in central and southern China, and the Invasion of French Indochina.
"Episode II" begins with a flashback of the Miltian Conflict, where Helmer orders chaos and Canaan to pilot E.S. Asher to Old Miltia and retrieve the U.R.T.V. units from the Realian rioting near Labyrinthos, the U-TIC Organization headquarters. Along the way, the two men encounter Federation officer Jin Uzuki, who is investigating the root of the Conflict. Uzuki believes that the entire Conflict is a set-up to turn U-TIC into a scapegoat, which, in turn, will keep the larger organization hidden in the shadows. He has data that he believes can prove this, but the data can only be decoded at Labyrinthos. The trio encounters U-TIC operative Margulis along the way, who demands that Jin return the U-TIC's encoded data. Uzuki defeats Margulis in a sword fight. Canaan is then entrusted with Jin's data before parting ways with Canaan and chaos, who then rescue U.R.T.V.s Rubedo and Nigredo.
In 4768 T.C., a year after Abel's Ark's first appearance, which had swallowed the Zohar before disappearing from normal space, the various parties had gone about their lives; Jin Uzuki continues to work with Jr. and gang behind the scenes to investigate Ormus while Shion Uzuki returned to Vector Industries with KOS-MOS. Approximately 6 months after that event, Gnosis attacks began to happen more frequently, targeting cities around the star cluster. Due to the precision of these attacks, many believed that someone was controlling the location of the attacks that were happening. These attacks are termed Gnosis Terrorism.
Construction of the "Mutsuki"-class destroyers was authorized as part of the Imperial Japanese Navy's build up following the abandonment of the Washington Naval Treaty from fiscal 1923. The class was a follow-on to the earlier and destroyers, with which they shared many common design characteristics. "Uzuki", built at the Ishikawajima Shipyards in Tokyo, was laid down on 11 January 1924, launched on 15 October 1925 and commissioned on 14 September 1926. Originally commissioned simply as "Destroyer No. 25", the ship was assigned the name "Uzuki" on 1 August 1928.
The story revolves around Haruki and his four sisters: Mutsuki, Yayoi, Uzuki, and Satsuki. While their life may seem monotonous aside from the fact that Haruki's sisters don't give him a single opportunity to rest, lecturing him about every perceived mistake and playing tricks on him but Haruki still loves his life.
The game and series takes place at the 346 Pro talent agency, where a producer is raising a group of idols to stardom in what is known as "The Cinderella Project". The anime follows three such girls, Rin Shibuya, Uzuki Shimamura, and Mio Honda, along with their fellow idols, as they become part of the Cinderella Project.
Surviving vessels participated in the New Guinea campaign, mostly in the role of “Tokyo Express” transports. "Yayoi" was lost in an air attack off New Guinea and "Fumizuki" in Operation Hailstone at Truk. In the final stages of the war, "Uzuki" was lost to US PT-boats and "Satsuki" and "Yūzuki" to an attacks and "Minazuki" to submarine torpedoes in the Philippines.
In early 2007 a documentary movie entitled "Bakushi" produced by Naoya Narita and directed by Ryūichi Hiroki was released. In it, three Japanese ropemasters (bakushi), Chimuo Nureki, Haruki Yukimura, and Go Arisue, along with three of their models, Hiromi Saotome, Sumire, and Taeko Uzuki. are interviewed by Hiroki. Running time: 94 MIN.
He is listed as 5'11" and 165 lbs and could supposedly throw a 104 mph pitch. According to the card, Uzuki would be the first Japanese player to go straight from high school in Japan into professional baseball in the United States.
The Uzuki rookie card was found in one out of every 72 packs of cards. When the card was released, people did not know that it was a joke and the card was trading for around $10–$15 on eBay. It was even the "card of the day" when it was released.
Uzuki Nireno, a shy girl from the countryside of northern Hokkaidō, leaves her family and gets on a train bound for Tokyo so she can attend the university of her choice; to be near the boy she fell in love with, who moved to Tokyo from her hometown.
On 12 December, while escorting a troop convoy from Manila to Ormoc, "Uzuki" was torpedoed by the PT boats "PT-490" and "PT-492", northeast of Cebu at , exploding and sinking with the loss of 170 crew including Lieutenant Watanabe, 59 survivors.