kaga

(from the article `kinship`) ...and the daughters of his father`s brothers and of his mother`s sisters all by the terms ahje (if they are older than he is) and kaga (if they are ...
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Kaga

city, Ishikawa ken (prefecture), Honshu, Japan. It lies along the Daishji River. The city was created in 1958 by the amalgamation of the city of ... [1 related articles]
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Kaga

Japanese aircraft carrier. Originally designed as a battleship, it was converted during building and completed as a carrier in 1928, then modernized in 1935. The Kaga carried part of the strike...
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Kaga

Kaga (kä'gä) , city (1990 pop. 69,196), Ishikawa prefecture, W Honshu, Japan. It is an agricultural market, hot spring resort, and industrial center with electrical machinery, textile, and pottery industries.
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Kaga

The Kaga was a Japanese aircraft carrier of the Second World War. Originally designed as a battleship, as a result of the Washington Treaty she was converted during building and completed as an aircraft carrier in 1928, and then modernized in 1935. She had a displacement of 38100 tons, a speed of 28.5 knots, carried 90 aircraft and was armed with t...
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