Hita


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Hita

(hē`tä), city (1990 pop. 64,695), Oita prefecture, N central Kyushu, Japan, on the Chikugo River and the Hita plain. In addition to being an agricultural and industrial center, producing lumber, furniture, and pottery, Hita is a popular resort town known for its scenic beauty.
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Over the course of six chapters, Richard Burkard considers specific Latin works in the Ovidian tradition which may have served as models for sections of the Archpriest of Hita's poem.
A rare error by Robinson allowed Hita to send Derrick Lee in.
Almost nothing is known of Ruiz's life apart from the information he gives in the Libro: he was educated at Toledo and by 1330 had finished writing the Libro while serving as archpriest in the village of Hita, near Alcala.
WELL READ: Frederick Bird pupils (left-right) Selma Yusuf, Maciej Waszczuk, Shaun Watt, Hita Patel, Hana Kathawala and Khadeja Rahman
Prosecutor Hita Mashru told the court: "You may see that it's very clear why.
Camera (color), Oscar Duran, Joaquin Gutierrez Acha; editor, Ivan Aledo; music, Klaus Badelt; art director, Ion Arretxe; costume designer, Lala Huete; sound (Dolby Digital), Juan Ferro, Carlos de Hita. Reviewed at Sala Fotofilm, Madrid, Nov.
Osel Hita Torres, 24, who was put on a throne as a toddler, now sports baggy trousers and long hair, and is more likely to quote Jimi Hendrix than the Buddha, The Guardian reports.
BOOTLE'S JimmyDunne outpointed Cuban, Bienvenido Hita, at Tokyo in 1964, but missed out on a medal, David Burkewas half of the British boxing team at Atlanta in 1996 but lost his first bout, George Gilbody was captain in Moscow, while heavyweight Brian Schumacher led Team GB boxing in 1984.
Estas "historias de aquel reino" son una clara alusion a la Historia de los bandos de los Zegries y Abencerrajes (1595), mas conocida por el subtitulo Guerras civiles de Granada, de Gines Perez de Hita. Alli se menciona, bajo la variante Atarfe, a un deudo cercano del rey moro de Granada, y en otro contexto se refiere la muerte de un Tarfe, amigo de los Zegries--es decir del bando antagonista--a manos de un rival, atribuyendole una conducta poco caballerosa (Historia de los bandos de Zegries y Abencerrajes 107 y 47-50, respectivamente).
Sharon said Unfairpak also suggests customers contact the site's forum at www.unfairpak.co.uk/forum/, HITA (Hamper Industry Trade Association), their local MP and Farepak bank HBOS (Halifax Bank of Scotland) on corporateresponsibility@hbosplc.com.
Farepak was urged to protect customers' money by the Hamper Industry Trade Association (HITA), but they said protecting clients wasn't a 'legal requirement'.