Through this agreement, Cyient and KII
will jointly pursue business opportunities globally, by leveraging their complementing skills and strengths.
India's Smart Cities vision is broad and complex and Kii
will play an active role in implementing this vision.
Typhoon Roke slowed down after it came close to Okinawa and the Amami Islands, and is expected to linger near Okinawa through next week, the weather agency said, cautioning that it may cause rains to continue to hound the Kii
peninsula for a long period of time.
Whether just beginning to automate or looking for a versatile system to accommodate a wide range of product and packages, the KII
is designed for low-maintenance operation, providing speeds up 10 80 cartons per minute.
-- wooden images of gods -- stand guard at the Hale o Keawe, part of Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park on Hawaii's Big Island.
In addition, Jim Mahoney, KII
vice president--operations excellence and compliance, and Mark Humphrey, KII
vice president--tax services, have joined the Invista board of directors.
The first was centred about 70 miles off the coast of Wakayama on the Kii
peninsula and six miles beneath the ocean floor.
Cycad seeds have been used for food and medicines on three Pacific islands--Guam, Papua, and the Kii
peninsula of Honshu Island, Japan--where disproportionately high numbers of people have suffered from lytigo-bodig, a rare condition that shares symptoms with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig disease) and Parkinson and Alzheimer diseases.
In October to November 1999, the sea level in the Tokai region and the Kii
Peninsula rose by up to 45 cm, flooding homes in Mie Prefecture, according to the agency.
Tycom, which is both a manufacturer and a provider of engineering services, becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of KII
The juxtaposition with the verb kii
makes the construction express a delimited event, as can be seen from the incompatibility of the adverbial with the (resultative) serial-verb construction in (38b).
Principal battles and campaigns: Kyushu campaign (1375-1377); Sakariyama (1380); Kyoto campaign (1391); Kii
campaign (region surrounding Tanabe) (1392); Sakai (Osaka) (1399).