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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Masuda specializes in civil litigation, trial and appellate practice, arbitration and mediation.
Game Freak board of directors member Junichi Masuda did an interview recently in which he gushed about the idea of bringing the "PokAaAaAeA@mo games to the Nintendo Switch.
Masuda and Lambiotte begin their study of temporal networks with the observation that real-world systems exhibit complex dynamical patterns that are not reproduced by models of dynamics defined on static networks.
Ramirez (-60 kg) and the Filipino-Japanese Masuda (-50 kg) won the country's first two golds in the ABG held last year in Phuket, Thailand.
Filipino-Japanese Maybelline Masuda and Annie Ramirez both finished their opponents in assertive fashion to nail the first golds for the Philippines since competing in this biennial event in 2008.
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.