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Tenno

 

(“heavenly sovereign”), the title of Japan’s emperor. In literature, however, especially outside Japan, the title of mikado is also used to designate the emperor.

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King Ubu and the equally impressive Tenno are works that have never before been issued as recordings.
In the eyes of Christians, for example, the policy of the government towards the Yasukuni Shrine, the shrine of the war dead, demonstrates its determination to reinvigorate the Tenno ideology.
The most telling chapters are those on the Tenno system and state Shinto.
A son of 2006 Dubai Sheema Classic (G1) winner Heart's Cry at Nad Al Sheba, his best triumph was when he beat Japan Cup heroine and subsequent 2014 Dubai Sheema Classic winner Gentildonna in the Tenno Sho, his prep race for Dubai.
BLOOD AND GUTS: Agent Tenno from Dark Sector and (left) Skarin fromViking
Drea makes good use of this series and, for his chapter on Hirohito, delves into the Showa Emperor's strange, but fascinating, exculpatory monologue, Showa Tenno Dokuhakuroku, which was prepared at the time of the Tokyo Trial but only surfaced in the late 1980s.
Rosenbaum will bring to life the character of Hayden Tenno, a cold-blooded, ruthless killer who awakens after an attack with an infection that has granted him inhuman abilities.
VVTRYSTER injury PROLIFIC all-weather star Tryster requires surgery on an injury that rules him out of a shot at the Grade 1 Tenno Sho in Tokyo on Sunday week, and a return to action is not guaranteed for the five-year-old.
She also beat the four-time G1 winner Daiwa Scarlet by a nose in the Tenno Sho Autumn (G1) over 10 furlongs at the same venue in November.
She traces the career of Kanmu Tenno from government official to sovereign and explains how his new capital could have reflected a flight from Buddhist influence or a shift toward the Tenji line.
Closer at hand, Lani will be the first horse trained in Japan to contest Saturday's Kentucky Derby, and big-race jockey Yutaka Take yesterday warmed up with victory on Kitasan Black in the country's leading staying prize, the Tenno Sho (Spring) at Kyoto.
DEEP IMPACT won it last year but the Japanese legend won't be around this time so Meisho Samson and Delta Blues should have the Tenno Sho (Spring) (Grade 1, 2m) between them.