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Definition funny of Kawanishi:
To make an effort in something to a ridiculous level. To push boundaries which are beyond humanly possible. Often linked to the 'Kawanishi-Thon' which consists of: San Francisco to New York swim (can not use panama canal) New York to San Francisco Run San Francisco to Paris Bike (Using the Alaskan straits)
Oh I did a long run last night Did you run it Kawanishi-style Well no.....I didnt run from San Francisco to New York and back I got into work so early today Did you get up at Kawanishi-style o'clock No I didnt get up at 2am for 7 years in a row to go to work I went swimming last night Kawanishi-style? No I didnt swim 2.3 million laps Hey man, I'm gonna do a Kawanishi-style drinkathon tonight You're gonna drink 23000 pints of beer...good luck
Books about Kawanishi:
Kawanishi H8K "Emily" Type 2 Flying Boat - Aero Detail 31 by Shigeru Nohara and Scott T. Hards (2003)
Kawanishi 4-Motor Flying-Boats (H6K "Mavis" and H8K "Emily") (Aircraft Profile No. 233) by M. C. Richards (1972)
Kawanishi: Webster's Timeline History, 1926 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 14, 2010)
KAWANISHI WAREHOUSE CO., LTD.: International Competitive Benchmarks and Financial Gap Analysis (Dec 2, 2003)
KAWANISHI WAREHOUSE CO., LTD.: Labor Productivity Benchmarks and International Gap Analysis (Dec 2, 2003)
Aircraft Profile No. 213: Kawanishi N1K Kyofu / "Rex" & Shiden / "George" by Rene J. Francillon (1972)
Kawanishi Yu Saburo-Works of Europe series (Art box gallery) (1998) ISBN: 4872985338 [Japanese Import] by Kawanishi Yu Saburo (0100)
Wiki information Kawanishi:
The Kawanishi N1K Kyōfū was an Imperial Japanese Navy floatplane fighter. The Kawanishi N1K-J Shiden was an Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service land-based version of the N1K. Assigned the Allied codename "George", the N1K-J was considered by both its...
The Kawanishi H8K was an Imperial Japanese Navy flying boat used during World War II for maritime patrol duties. The Allied reporting name for the type was "Emily".