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The original wooden bridge had been built in 1659, and marked the connection of the Musashi and Shimosa provinces with Ryogoku, which literally means gtwo
landsh and derived its name from this connection.
ARY Farajalla, 50, one of the few black faces, is perched Gtwo
rows from the stage.
years ago he took rolled the economic dice by setting out to eliminate the structural deficit by the end of this parliament.