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use "yen" in a sentence

After entering the town, Yori runs off to buy a new blade for his broken sword at a "one yen" store.

The Japanese government would also receive 500,000 yen, a formal apology, and permission to construct barracks and station troops at their diplomatic legation in Seoul.

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the Assyrians conquered much of Judah, and Hezekiah's people came to yearn for an ideal king who would restore the golden age of David.

Tribulation has always sobered God's people and encouraged them to look for and yearn after the return of their Lord.

They must yearn to really fulfil their lives on this planet.

"You can yearn after Jesus so much that you sit in His presence and nothing comes out but a deep groaning--something that cannot be uttered.

But be warned all those who yearn for the old days when a man was a man and a woman served him, the only hard thing these women are interested in is your currency.

However, don't yearn for, nor chase these experiences, or feel disappointed if you don't have them.

This ungrasped freedom is what we deeply yearn for, it is our Heart Wish, and has only been held in check by the fear that is the opposite of taking Refuge.

Sat 9 November The Robinson Theatre Box Office 01223 503333 Inside Out by Tanika Gupta Clean Break Affy and Di are teenage school girls who yearn to escape their violent family for a better life.

The Unfallen by Greg Swann The Unfallen is a mainstream romantic novel about two very bright, very beautiful people who have almost everything and who yearn for the one treasure of life both of them have missed--love.

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