Aoba

volcanic island of Vanuatu, in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, 30 miles (50 km) east of Espiritu Santo. Its 154-square-mile (399-square-kilometre) ...
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Aoba

[train] ==History== ===Express=== The name Aoba (written as `青葉`) was first used from 20 November 1945 on an kyūkō service between {ja-stalink|Ueno} in Tokyo and {ja-stalink|Sendai||Miyagi} on the Tōhoku Main Line. This continued until the train was renamed きたかみ on 1 October 1965. ===Limited express=== The Aoba name (written ...
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Aoba

The Aoba was a Japanese Kako Class first class cruiser of 7100 tons displacement launched in 1926. The Aoba was powered by ten Kanpon oil-fired boilers and two mixed fuel Kanpon boilers providing a top speed of 33 knots. She carried a complement of 604, two aircraft and was armed with six 8-inch guns; four 4.7-inch anti-aircraft guns; ten machine-g...
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Aoba

[surname] Aoba (written: 青葉) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: Fictional characters: ...
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