Fujiyama


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Fujiyama,

mountain, Japan: see Fuji, MountFuji, Mount
, Fujiyama
, or Fuji-san
, volcanic peak, 12,389 ft (3,776 m) high, central Honshu, Japan, in Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park (472 sq mi/1,222 sq km; est. 1936).
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Extra sections of about 300 nucleotides showed up primarily in the human chromosome, Fujiyama and his colleagues say.
but she is a half-sister to Fujiyama Crest, who won over two miles at Ascot on the day Frankie Dettori went through the card three years ago.
Dettori completed his tremendous day with Lochangel at 5-4 and Fujiyama Crest (2-1).
OSAKA, Japan -- Panasonic Corporation, using its energy-solution technology, made a challenge to broadcast "ECLIPSE LIVE FROM FUJIYAMA by SOLAR POWER" to the world through live internet broadcasting.
The haunting memory of Dettori's seven winners on September 1996 will stay with some bookmakers forever and the names Wall Street, Diffident, Mark Of Esteem, Decorated Hero, Fatefully, Lochangel and Fujiyama Crest, still send a chill down the spine of the odds-men.
All the runners got a standing ovation, and the only time that has happened to me was when Fujiyama Crest won the last race of my Magnificent Seven at Ascot in 1996.
Ambassador to Japan Douglas MacArthur II then indicated to Japanese Foreign Minister Aiichiro Fujiyama that Japan might want to sound out the countries concerned about their intentions, prompting the Foreign Ministry to follow that advice.
Officers from the UK Border Agency (UKBA) busted Fujiyama, on Newcastle's Bath Lane, after receiving tip-offs.
In the course of the process, the panel found the minutes of talks between former Japanese Foreign Minister Aiichiro Fujiyama and former U.
With the venue crammed to the rafters, this was full-on rock as Yoshiko Fujiyama on guitar and vocals, Yoshiko Yamaguchi on bass and Sachiko Fujiyama on drums played their songs at breakneck speed.