Seishin

Seishin:

see ChongjinChongjin
or Chungjin
, Jap. Seishin, city (1993 pop. 582,480), NE North Korea, an ice-free port on the Sea of Japan (or East Sea). It was developed in the 1930s by the Japanese as an iron and steel center.
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, North Korea.
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The book -- titled "Takuma Mamoru Seishin Kanteisho" (Mamoru Takuma psychiatric evaluation report) -- contains statements made by the convict such as "My life is weightier than those of hundreds of thousands of people," and "With only around eight (deaths), (the death penalty) doesn't pay.
Seishinkai represents Japanese who lived in Chongjin, known as Seishin in Japanese, and surrounding areas and who were repatriated to Japan around the time of its defeat in World War II.
Representing about 250 Japanese who lived in Chongjin, known as Seishin in Japanese, and surrounding areas and who were repatriated to Japan around the time of its defeat in World War II, a four-member Seishinkai delegation led by Masaki visited four burial sites in Pyongyang and local areas during a 10-day research mission through Thursday.
FUJIKI Kazuko, 'Chekhov Sekai no naka no Friel no Ballybeg / Friel's Ballybeg in Chekhov's demesne: in Friel's Uncle Vanya', in Bulletin of Notre Dame Seishin University, Studies in foreign languages and literature, 34:1, pp.
In 2007, Hitachi delivered a B-CHOP system to the Kobe Municipal Transportation Bureau in Japan for the Itayado traction substation on the Seishin Yamate Line.
In the summer of 1937 Japan formally declared war on China, and in the fall of 1937 the Konoe cabinet announced a campaign to support the war effort called the National Spiritual Mobilization Movement (Kokumin Seishin Sodoin).
Members of the Washington-based Seishin Judo Club (above) took part in a Level One judo course held by the Cumbria and Borders Division of the British Judo Council.
Tokyo, Japan, Apr 19, 2006 - (JCN) - Fuji Biomedix announced on April 18 that the company has decided to acquire a 55% stake in Seishin Works, making Seishin Works one of its subsidiaries.
The incident took place on the 12th floor of the Kobe Seishin Oriental Hotel at about 9:50 p.
It highlights the often bizarre (to Westerners at least) responses to the ever present fear of Western domination, explaining in some detail the Navy's emphasis on seishin (spirit) and the legacy of the Samurai to offset the West's technological advantages.