Hadano

Hadano

(hädä`nō), city (1990 pop. 155,619), Kanagawa prefecture, E central Honshu, Japan. An important communications center and agricultural market, the city is a center of tobacco trading. The production of computers, textiles, sake, and soy sauce are among its main industries.
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Hadano Y, Tsukahara M, Ito K, Suzuki J, Kawamura I, Kurai H.
Participating artists included Peter Callas, John Dix, Judith Duff, Hideo Hadano, Masahiko Ichino, Katsumi Kako, Takahiko Kato, Elizabeth Kendall, Lucien M Koonce, Shozo Michikawa, Stephen Mickey, Hank Murrow, Shiro Otani, Kenneth Pincus, Nick Schwartz, Jeff Shapiro and Kasumi Ueba.
Granpa is currently developing and marketing "air-dome greenhouses" as a kind of plant factory, as well as selling produce cultivated in conventional glass greenhouses and air-dome greenhouses in Fujisawa and Hadano, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan.
The suspects, a 17-year-old high school student and a 16-year-old unemployed boy, both members of a motorcycle gang based in Hadano in the prefecture, allegedly hit a police car while riding a motorbike and assaulted the officer in the car and stole the items shortly after 2 a.
Having visited Tezuka Architects' Roof House in Hadano (AR October 2001) and having discussed the balance of practicality and delight with its owners, the kindergarten directors wanted their own inhabited roof deck.
Hisao Kubotera, 86, from Hadano, Kanagawa Prefecture, was one of the Chukiren members who responded to the group's call and gave a lecture in October.
Another financial planner, Hiroko Hadano, said depositors should regard a bank as a place that safely that protects their assets.
Tokyo, Anoto AB, Lund, Sweden, and Eiichi Hadano at Hitachi Computer Peripherals Co.
said Thursday it has extracted hydrogen from kerosene and will operate a station in Hadano, Kanagawa Prefecture, to supply fuel-cell cars with kerosene-derived hydrogen, starting next April.
Hadano, Ohara, Aikawa, & Hasegawa (2000) performed 48 ABOI transplants from 1989 to 1999.