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Yes, he does, though only in the Japanese audio versions of the anime and movies. And of course the manga. Sesshomaru refers to himself as "This Sesshomaru," essentially. It's a very formal way of addressing himself since he is such a high-status individual. It is similar to how Western monarchs refer to themselves with what is known as the "royal We."

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