Hofu


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Hofu

(hō`fo͞o), city (1990 pop. 117,634), Yamaguchi prefecture, SW Honshu, Japan, on the Suo Sea. It is a center of chemical industries producing artificial fibers, liquors, and medicines. It also has significant textile and food processing industries.
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In December 2016 the Hofu Plant joined the Hiroshima plant in producing the CX-3, a compact crossover SUV.
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Also in Hofu, an 85-year-old woman was buried in a separate landslide and found dead, while another person drowned after being washed into a swollen river.
At least 110 landslides have been reported in Hofu, which lies about 1,000km southwest of Tokyo.
Arends T, Castillo O (1985) Hemoglobin Hofu associated with [beta]o Thalassemia.
Asato Tsuji, who suffers from restrictive cardiomyopathy, was accompanied by her father, Daisuke Tsuji, a 29-year-old company employee from Hofu, Yamaguchi Prefecture, her 32-year-old mother Maki and several doctors.
Hb C, Hb D-Los Angeles, and possibly Hb O-Arab and Hb Hofu affect the sickling process directly or indirectly; the low production of Hb Hofu in the patient with the Hb S-Hofu combination results in a high relative concentration of Hb S and in sickling.
is said to have been producing cars, trucks, and minivans on the same assembly line in Hofu for almost a decade.
It is manufactured at the Hofu Plant in Japan, Changan Mazda Automobile Co.
These models are produced in Hiroshima and Hofu in Japan, Thailand, China and Mexico, as well as being assembled in Russia, Vietnam and Malaysia.
The company produces the Mazda3 in its Hofu Plant (Japan), the Changan Mazda Automobile plant (China), Auto Alliance (Thailand), and Mazda de Mexico Vehicle Operation (Mexico), where production commenced in January 2014.