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English sentences with made in factory japan in context,

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The older the better because back in the day, they were all made in the Fujigen factory in Japan and were in direct competition with Gibson.
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designed in Japan, made in china...
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People said the same thing about products made in Japan 40 years ago...
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Made in Japan.
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Japanese RPGs can be made anywhere, and WRPGs can be made in Japan.
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I don't think there are very many movies made in Japan that capture the interest of an audience much wider than the subculture or demographic they are geared for.
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Deep Purple - Made in Japan
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I thought that dogs were made in a factory, and hot dogs were what they made when they were done making real dogs.
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They use so many of the same parts and designs, they are even made in the same Chinese factory (nothing wrong with that if the QC is there).
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Anime is literally any animated show made in Japan.
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I Am pretty sure all schnucks baked goods are made in a factory on page.
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Back in the early 70's (when I was a kid) you'd get toy stuff made in Japan that would have features like this.
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Given the lack of wear/dirt on the foot, and the lack of a made in Japan stamp/mark, I would say they were made for the Japanese domestic market after WW2.
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They are made in same factory (correct me if wrong) and they are made even cheaper and worse quality and sold for more.
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Live version of 'Smoke on the Water', from the album 'Made In Japan', by Deep Purple.
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That marshmallows are made in a factory.
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Well, the mark that says Japan, means they were made in Japan.
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Edit: sorry, I just doubled-checked, TS-9s are still being made in japan.
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Deep purple's made in Japan must be one of my favorites live recordings, nicely recorded and the band in their prime.
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deep purple made in japan
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Deep Purple's Made in Japan.
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Deep Purple - Made in Japan
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Made in Japan - Deep Purple.
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Deep Purple - Made in Japan
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They're probably made in the same factory - they're both hobbyking brands.
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The actual product is identical in everyway, because it was made in the same factory as its legitimate counterpart.
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Fun fact, the gear set on a JDM model was made in Japan, so the gearset went from Japan to swindon UK then back to japan again, then once the cars were imported, a few came back to the UK... again.
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Deep purple made in Japan
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Because it wasn't made in third world factory conditions.
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Deep Purple Made in Japan
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"Made in Japan"?
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It's more proper being that the show was made in Japan.
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My Gameboy Color says Made in Japan
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I think all guitar strings are made in the same factory and just packaged differently.
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could be made in the same factory.
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4 is made in Japan.
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They're also Made In Japan so that's costlier too.
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In the process, the Doc points out to Marty the words 'Made in Japan' written to on a component and scoffs derisively.
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Marty however tells Doc that in 1985, "all the best stuff is made in Japan."
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We are both writing on computers which were likely made in factories in Asia, which have poor conditions.
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You're in the role of the guy designing the gear, or toy, or solar panel that's being made in those factories.
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But since MM necks are made in the same Cort factory as Squiers, they're basically the same parts and in theory it should be a direct replacement.
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It was made in Japan quite recently and plays the Death March...if it works.
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Then your mailer on your smart phone or mobile phone made in Japan will arise automatically.
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with the exception of the switch panels for the windows, which say 'made in japan', the door locks (canada) and the air intake manifold, which is a Hitachi design (and probably the only flaw with the car's engine design, at that, because it has a high failure rate compared to the rest of the car, which is VERY reliable).
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If I recall correctly, the greys are made in a different factory, probably owing to the cotton-poly blend.
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I also have a 10kw solar panel array (made in a factory not in a city).
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All the beginner lines (and Sig Precision I believe, but could be wrong) are made in their factory in Germany.
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I still don't know why the ones made in japan are shaped differently
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70-80 bucks, made in Japan, metal case.
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