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Ayabe

(äyä`bā), city (1990 pop. 40,595), Kyoto prefecture, W central Honshu, Japan, on the Yura River. It is an agricultural and communications center where raw silk and silk fabrics are manufactured.
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1] Tamotsu Zako, Keiichi Ayabe, Takahide Aburatani, Noroho Kamiya, Atsushi Kitayama, Hiroshi Ueda, Teruyuki Nagamune, 2003.
At OMRON's Ayabe plant in Kyoto, 158 sensors have been installed on the floor to monitor the usage of power, temperature, humidity, air flow and dust particles.
will build a factory in Ayabe, Kyoto, to make semiconductor components for use in smartphones and tablet computers.
Sara Ayabe and Jenelle Hughes contributed outstanding research assistance.
In Cultural Anthropology 2: Ethnicity, edited by Ayabe Tsuneo, Academic Press.
Yasuo Shikata, mayor of Ayabe, Kyoto Prefecture, who had called for the establishment of the council, dwelt on his determination to maintain hamlets.
It invested approximately $170 million in a plant in Ayabe City in Kyoto for flip-chip substrate manufacturing.
Kinoshita M, Shiraishi T, Koga T, Ayabe M, Rikimaru T, Oizumi K.
He later dumped Miyauchi's body in a river in the city of Ayabe, it said.
In accordance with the terms of the LOI, at the closing of the merger, all current officers and directors of the company will resign, and Noboru Ayabe will be appointed CEO, President and Director and Issei Sakata will be appointed Treasurer, Secretary and Director.
Joining a group is a great way to stay motivated, and we want to encourage group activities and also help prevent pain from getting in the way of people's active lifestyles," said Yoshi Ayabe, vice president of Hisamitsu America, Inc.