kaki kaki


  1. (n) small deciduous Asiatic tree bearing large red or orange edible astringent fruit
  2. (n) blackish stilt of New Zealand sometimes considered a color phase of the white-headed stilt


  • As I did march away in kaki sleeve .


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    JAPANESE CUISINE MIZU SUSHI 4264 Route 9, Hyde Park; 845-229-8688 Thai Calamari Salad, Kaki Fry and Ikamaru are some of the first courses. Tender rings of squid were battered then deep-fried, then mounded atop a small portion of mesclun greens. From the
    on June 29, 2013     Source: Poughkeepsie Journal


  1. Obama writes that he "remembered those years as a joyous time, full of adventure and mystery -- days of chasing down chickens and running from water buffalo, nights of shadow puppets and ghost stories and street vendors (kaki lima) bringing...
    on Nov 21, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source: Jakarta Post

  2. Introducing King, Grohl told the crowd: "Seen as though this is the last night of the tour we tend to do stuff we don't normally do. I want to introduce you to one of my favourite guitar players in the whole fucking world, Kaki King. Say hi Kaki."
    on Nov 18, 2007 By: Dave Grohl Source: NME.com

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