Ashiya


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Ashiya

(äshē`yä), city (1990 pop. 87,528), Hyogo prefecture, W central Honshu, Japan, on Osaka Bay. Known for its beauty, Ashiya is a residential and industrial suburb of Osaka. It is the site of Ashiya Univ., a small, independent liberal arts school.
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ASHIYA, Japan, June 10, 2019 -- JCR Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd.
It became difficult to extract sufficient nitrogen for tissue production if C/N ratio of feedstock increased (Ashiya, 2017).
While a bulk cargo carrier Sea Bravery and General cargo carrier Ashiya Star are due to arrive at Port Qasim on the same day and two container vessels Diyala and Atlantic Flosta are due to arrive on Saturday.
10,245,191 Absorbent Article Having a Graphic Visible Through Body Contacting Surface: Tsunetoshi Miura, Kobe Hyogo, Japan; Kensuke Ito, Kobe Hyogo, Japan; Akiko Sasaki, Nishinomiya Hyogo, Japan; Yoshiko Nakao, Nishinomiya Hyogo, Japan; Shuri Kondo, Ashiya Hyogo, Japan; and Koichi Tomi, Kobe Hyogo, Japan.
Ashiya Limbona led the participants of Arkat Lawanen Women Empowerment Producers Cooperative.
His own restaurant is located at Ashiya, a city in between Osaka and Kobe, and has held two Michelin stars since 2010.
(2009) showed that by making a combined bet where the maximum odds are taken from each bookmaker, it is possible to discover an "under-round" book (see also Ashiya, 2013, for combined bets in horse-racing).
Videos of Khan's mother Ashiya Begum's appeals were widely circulated on social media last week.
Some of the most dramatic of these are scrolls--he completed a 13-metre-long piece, Stream-Ashiya-92, for his 1992 exhibition at the Ashiya City Museum of Art and History.
In 1990, he traveled to Japan where he accepted a Professor/Coordinator of English Department position at Ashiya University and an American Football Coaching position at Kwansei Gakuin University.