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Mori Arinori's “Simplified English:”
little attention has been given to “simplified English,” which was proposed by Mori Arinori. (1847-89), a Japanese chargé d'affaires to the United States.
MORI ARINORI'S MISSION TO CHINA, 1876
MORI ARINORI'S MISSION TO CHINA, 1876. Geographically and strategically speak.
The Language of Civilization
Fukuzawa Yukichi: Emphasized the importance of spreading the values of Western civilization. ∎ Mori Arinori: Radical proposal to replace Japanese by.
Japanese Women's Rights at the Meiji Era
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Mori Arinori - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In this Japanese name, the family name is "Mori".
Mori, Arinori | Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures
Portrait of Mori, Arinori(1). Photo no.1 : Kinsei Meishi Shashin vol.
Mori Arinori's “Simplified English:”
little attention has been given to “simplified English,” which was proposed by Mori Arinori. (1847-89), a Japanese chargé d'affaires to the United States.
Mori Arinori (Japanese official) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Mori Arinori (Japanese official), Aug. 23, 1847 Kagoshima, Satsuma province, Japan Feb.
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