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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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Suzuki Motorcycles India, a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation (TYO: 7269), has introduced the 2019 Gixxer 250.
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Leeson was a founder member of the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club and an avid collector of Suzuki motorcycles. He was killed racing in the Isle of Man two years ago.
The sale of Honda bebek was down by 24.6% to 81,115 units in April 2003 from that in the previous month, while the sale of Suzuki motorcycles rose by 5.5% to 49,022 units and Yamaha motorcycles was up by 5% to 31,092 units in April compared with the position in the previous month.
Suzuki Motorcycles India, a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation (TYO: 7269), has revised the maintenance service interval period for its motorcycles sold in India.
Suzuki Motorcycles India, a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation (TYO: 7203), is launching its new updated Gixxer 155 in India.
Suzuki Motorcycles India, a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation (TYO: 7269), has reported zero sales of its Intruder motorcycle in the first two months of 2019, according to SIAM reports.
Suzuki Motorcycles, a Japan-based automaker, has launched the 'Joy of Safety' initiative in India in an effort to increase rider safety.
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