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Suita

 

a city in Japan, on the island of Honshu, in the prefecture of Osaka. Population, 260,000 (1970). Suita, a satellite city of the Hanshin industrial area, has enterprises of the metallurgy (electric steel, rolled metals), machine-building, textile, and food-processing industries. The city also has a thermal electric power plant.

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OSAKA - The Expoland amusement park in Suita, Osaka Prefecture, filed for bankruptcy protection with the Osaka District Court on Wednesday, as it suffers debts of 1.
The National Cardiovascular Center in Suita, Osaka Prefecture, announced the death of the recipient, one of the 13 patients who have received a heart at the center.
Arimoto's parents, Akihiro, 74, and Kayoko, 76, told a news conference in Suita, Osaka Prefecture on March 16 that Yao told them she had had a hand in abducting their daughter and two other Japanese women.
Morimoto, Department of Social and Environmental Medicine, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine F1, 2-2 Yamada-oka, Suita, Osaka 565-6879, Japan.
Doctors at Osaka University Hospital in Suita, Osaka Prefecture, said the recipient, an 8-year-old boy, regained a steady pulse and his heart started pumping more and more blood starting around noon.
Japan's first heart transplant to a child and the first lung transplant from a brain-dead donor under the 1997 Organ Transplant Law were completed Wednesday at Osaka University Hospital in Suita, Osaka Prefecture.
Life Space, which organized self-enlightenment seminars, was founded by Takahashi in 1983 in Suita, Osaka Prefecture.
Life Space, which organizes self-enlightenment seminars, was founded by Takahashi in 1983 in Suita, Osaka Prefecture.
He was transferred to Osaka University Hospital in Suita, Osaka Prefecture, in December.
When Toyo Tire underwent performance tests in Suita, Osaka Prefecture, to get certification for its six types of fireproof panels, it made them less inflammable by mixing with urethane aluminum hydroxide and noncombustible materials that are not used in real products.
Yokoyama tendered his resignation on Tuesday last week after he was admitted to a hospital in Suita, Osaka Prefecture, on Dec.
The recipient of a heart in Japan's third set of legal transplants from a brain-dead donor was released Friday from National Cardiovascular Center Hospital in Suita, Osaka Prefecture, hospital officials said.