Masuda

Masuda

(mäso͞o`dä), city (1990 pop. 52,408), Shimane prefecture, SW Honshu, Japan, on the Sea of Japan at the mouth of the Takutsu River. It is an agricultural and communications center, with small industries such as silk manufacture, lumbering, and tatami mat production.
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This year, we want to capture North America," Masuda said.
Masuda (history, Toyo Eiwa University) chronicles the period from October 1941 to the Japanese surrender in August 1945, with special focus on the Bataan Boys (general's staff in Asia) and their origins, drawing on American and Asian primary sources, letters, oral histories, and documents.
The company has hired Takashi Masuda from Nomura Holdings, Inc (NYSE: NMR) to head its convertible bond underwriting business in Japan.
WORCESTER Kyoko Masuda Thompson, 53, passed away at Brigham and Women's Hospital after an illness on August 10, 2009, surrounded by her loving family.
Vice Defense Minister Kohei Masuda on Thursday called for easing rules on the use of weapons for the Maritime Self-Defense Force in a new bill now being drafted by the government for antipiracy operations overseas.
Executive Vice President Kiichiro Masuda said that although demand for steel is expected to remain healthy for the time being, the ''unprecedented levels'' of raw materials prices will likely continue to deal a heavy blow to steelmakers.
The agreement follows intervention by Internal Affairs and Communications Minister Hiroya Masuda to settle a deadlock in negotiations between JCI and NTT DoCoMo, Japan's largest cellphone service provider.
The plaintiff, Yoko Masuda, 56, is the mother of Shiho Okamoto, who was a 29-year-old mother of two at the time of the 2002 accident in Yokohama.
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Former Japanese Olympic female marathon runner Akemi Masuda and Thailand's top marathoner Boonchoo Jandecha were among the runners at the 2006 Phuket International Marathon, the organizers said.
Hiroaki Masuda (chemical engineering, Kyoto University) provides a guide to powder technology and examines fundamental engineering processes of particulate technology.
Holding down court at the bar and number one pool table were such notable nuclear instigators as Block, Bagel, Turtle, Kalau Alexander, Takuji Masuda, and Mike Judge.