Wakamatsu

Wakamatsu:

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, city (1990 pop. 119,080), Fukushima prefecture, N Honshu, Japan. It has a large semiconductor plant and continues to produce many traditional products, including lacquer and ceramic ware, sake, wooden and paper novelties, and decorative candles.
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, city (1990 pop. 1,026,455), Fukuoka prefecture, N Kyushu, Japan, on the Shimonoseki Strait between the Inland Sea and the Korea Strait. It was formed in 1963 by the union of the cities of Kokura, Moji, Tobata, Wakamatsu, and Yawata (or Yahata), which are now wards.
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In mammals, melanocytes produce eumelanin (black pigment) and pheomalanin (yellow pigment) (Ito and Wakamatsu, 2003), and coat color is determined by the distribution and ratio of the two types of melanin.
The team tabbed the former Cleveland Indians bullpen coach as Joe Maddon's replacement on Friday, selecting him over ex-Seattle Mariners manager and current Kansas City Royals bench coach Don Wakamatsu.
We are hoping for a miracle," her father, Junji Wakamatsu, said.
While other Southeast Asian countries face a number of challenges, two main constraints in the Philippines are "difficulty in local procurement of raw materials and lack of employees," said Isamu Wakamatsu, director of the overseas research department (Asia and Oceana) of the Japan External Trade Organization (Jetro).
Perhaps to demonstrate the normality of today's Nikkei in baseball, Wakamatsu was fired in 2010 when the Mariners faltered.
Two such collaborations that did not last but rather famously fell apart--one between the French filmmakers Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin, the other between the Japanese filmmakers Koji Wakamatsu and Masao Adachi--were among the many spectral subjects of Baudelaire's solo show in Beirut, "Now Here Then Elsewhere.
Pak Kang Su is a teacher of Korean culture popular with students at Wakamatsu Chuo Elementary School run by the Kitakyushu city office in Fukuoka Prefecture.
KITAKYUSHU, Japan - Pak Kang Su is a teacher of Korean culture popular with students at Wakamatsu Chuo Elementary School run by the Kitakyushu city office in Fukuoka Prefecture.
manufacturers of aircraft engines -- GE Aviation and Pratt & Whitney -- to supply titanium metal from its Wakamatsu factory in Fukuoka Prefecture, the company said.
Dos, suceso mas triste y con mayores consecuencias, fue la muerte de Koji Wakamatsu, atropellado por un taxi el 17 de octubre, un realizador que empezaba a ser descubierto en Mexico.
United Red Army is a particularly significant example of contemporary engagements with 60s radicalism given the fact that, during the 1960s and 1970s, Wakamatsu himself was an active member of the radical left and a filmmaker committed to investigating the revolutionary possibilities of cinema (Wakamatsu's affiliations with members of the Red Army proved enough to land him on the blacklist so that he is, to this day, barred from attending US screenings of his films).