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Su·zu·ki

 (sə-zo͞o′kē), Ichiro Born 1973.
Japanese-born baseball player who set a major-league record of 262 hits in a single season with the Seattle Mariners (2004).
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Suzuki


n.
Shinichi, 1898–1998, Japanese violinist and educator.
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