Example sentences for: japanese-

How can you use “japanese-” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The indelible Japaneseness of Japanese-American citizens justified their internment after Pearl Harbor.

  • He tells this story in a rather different way from the history of ETS, with an emphasis on the role of some activists, lawyers and others, who entered college and university at a time when meritocratic considerations were not yet affected in a major way by racial considerations, and when a number of young Japanese- and Chinese-Americans had opportunities to attend elite schools they would probably have not been able to in the pre-meritocratic age.

  • Likewise, Buchanan, until now not known as a friend of Asian immigrants, sheds crocodile tears for the Japanese-Americans interned during World War II--apparently so he can take another swipe at Franklin Roosevelt.

  • In 1992, for example, Republicans got contributions totaling $633,770 from a Japanese-American with Hong Kong connections named Michael Kojima.

  • In 1988, Ronald Reagan apologized to Japanese-Americans placed in internment camps during World War II.

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