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Examples of AKIKO


2 examples:

Who do you like better, Sachiko or Akiko?

Who do you like better, Akiko or Sachiko?

Other sentences

15 examples:

I like Sachiko better than Akiko.

Akiko has some friends in France.

The girl playing the piano is Akiko.

Akiko has several friends in France.

Akiko has an aunt whose name is Hana.

The girl playing the piano is named Akiko.

He took to Akiko from the moment he met her.

Akiko is busy enough to forget her appointments.

Akiko Iwasaki describes a 1980 study by Haller et al. that revealed a limitation of using inbred mice to study antiviral responses.
(Nature Reviews Immunology, )

Ahead of Line's dual-listing in the U.S. and Japan, CNBC's Akiko Fujita reports on the messaging app's features and why it has grown so popular.
(CNBC, )

Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida met as photography students at the School for Fine Arts in Paris, but they quickly realized they shared another love besides art — food!
(NBC Today, )

Akiko Ida and Pierre Javelle have shot a playful series of dioramas called Minimiam that place miniature figurines doing day-to-day things in a world of over-sized food.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Akiko Shinzato, 29, created the collection of gems and painted leather pieces positioned with gold-plated brass frames, priced from £200 to £600, for her degree at Central Saint Martin's college.
(Daily Mail - Femail, )

Akiko Shimamura and colleagues report the identification of dominant-negative germline variants in ETV6 that cause thrombocytopenia and hematologic malignancies in the affected members of three families.
(Nature Genetics, )

With a penchant for blending the old with the new, violinist Anne Akiko Meyersand pianist Anton Nelare trying their hands at musical alchemy by bringing three colorful and flavorful world premieres to the Aspen Music Festival.
(The Denver Post - Entertainment, )

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