Daikoku

Daikoku

god has inexhaustible sack of useful articles. [Jap. Myth.: LLEI, I: 325]
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The coming of age purification ritual is a part of the two-day festival held annually at Kanda Myojin Shrine each January to honour and pay homage to Daikoku, the deity of fortune
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In an emotional, frank interview, the star also reveals how he cheated on late wife Irene over their 40-year marriage and his lovers included current partner Yuriko Daikoku.
The system has been installed at the Yokohama Cargo Center (YCC) on Daikoku Futo, an artificial island and pier in the Port of Yokohama.
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201) This standard was basically sustained by the Tokyo Regional Court in its Daikoku decision, (202) a private action case.
Morisaki I, Fukui N, Fujimori Y, Murakami J, Daikoku H, Amano A.
The great opportunity is really using the interest in task management to think about the productivity of the store overall, and that means connecting the processes and the technology into how you schedule and manage time," says Gale Daikoku, research director of retail technology for Gartner and author of the report.
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Several studies have addressed these issues, including one by Pratt and Daikoku (18) and another by Rafii and colleagues, (19) both of which demonstrated that obese patients have a complication rate roughly equivalent to that observed in patients of normal weight, although obese patients have a greater decrease in hemoglobin level and a slightly higher incidence of postoperative fever.