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 (tän′gĕ), Kenzo 1913-2005.
Japanese architect. He designed the Peace Center and Park (1949-1956) as part of the rebuilding of Hiroshima after World War II. His other designs include the National Gymnasium for the 1964 Olympic Games and St. Mary's Cathedral (1963), both in Tokyo.
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Tange

(ˈtæŋɡə)
n
(Biography) Kenzo. 1913–2005, Japanese architect. His buildings include the Kurashiki city hall (1960) and St Mary's Cathedral in Tokyo (1962–64)
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Some of the original cast members will return to reprise their roles, including Sakura Tange (Sakura Kinomoto), Aya Hisakawa (Keroberos) and Junko Iwao (Tomoyo Daidoji).
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And that's the thing - if they'd only keep the class sizes a bit smaller, our Tange might have come bottom out of, like, nine or something.