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  1. "Hiyoku no tori" (比翼の鳥) is a Japanese expression that refers to a pair of male and female birds that always flying together and is used to describe a happily married couple. There are various interpretations of the expression, all holding the meaning of togetherness, such as each bird having one eye and one wing such that together they make a whole or the pair being a single bird having two heads.
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