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  1. Kamikaze, any of the Japanese pilots who in World War II made deliberate suicidal crashes into enemy targets, usually ships. The term also denotes the aircraft used in such attacks. The practice was most prevalent from the Battle of Leyte Gulf, October , to the end of the war.
  2. To the Japanese this salvation was kamikaze, “divine wind.” In World War II Japanese pilots who were willing to give up their lives to help save their country by destroying American ships were the members of a special corps named kamikaze after the storm that had saved Japan seven centuries earlier. Examples of kamikaze in a Sentence.
  3. noun (during World War II) a member of a special corps in the Japanese air force charged with the suicidal mission of crashing an aircraft laden with explosives into an enemy target, especially a warship. an airplane used for this purpose.
  4. Jun 12,  · Step 1 In a cocktail shaker full of ice combine vodka, triple sec, fresh lime juice and bottled lime juice. Shake, don't stir and strain into a chilled glass/5(18).
  5. The Kamikaze was designed to cut to the chase. Invented on an American naval base in Japan after World War II and made popular during the great reign of vodka of the s and ’80s, the Kamikaze isn’t the kind of cocktail bartenders sit around contemplating in hushed, reverent tones. In fact, it’s not really a .
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  7. The word “Kamikaze” originates from Japanese, from ‘kami’ (divinity) and ‘kazi’ (wind) [Divine wind], originally referring to the gale that, in Japanese tradition, destroyed the fleet of invading.
  8. About “Kamikaze” 4 contributors On the album’s title track, Em continues his criticism of trap and mumble rap. He also responds to the negative reception of his album Revival.
  9. In Western culture, the word kamikaze is used to mean the suicide pilots of the Empire of Japan. Those pilots attacked the ships of the Allied Powers in the final years of World War II, during which they flew their planes into enemy ships. It has also come to mean other kinds of suicide attacks.

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