Hiratsuka


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Hiratsuka

(hērä`tso͞okä), city (1990 pop. 245,950), Kanagawa prefecture, central Honshu, Japan, on Sagami Bay and the Sagami River. It is a commercial and industrial center with industries producing automobiles, rubber, chemicals, and machinery.
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Lithuania has been much popularised in Hiratsuka City and the entire Kanagawa Prefecture, with Hiratsuka often called to be the most Lithuanian location in Japan.
"Naomi Hiratsuka and Sayomi Shito were scarcely more than nodding acquaintances before the disaster.
Compared to chocolate made from imported cacao, the type using Ogasawara-grown cacao has a mild taste and is fruity, according to Hiratsuka and Orita.
A professor of art at Oregon State University and a respected printmaker whose work is sold in high-end art galleries, Hiratsuka comes to the festival year after year with a selection of his richly colored and detailed prints.
TOKYO - Mitsuo Hiratsuka, the last head of a now defunct group of former Japanese detainees in Siberia, died of pneumonia Monday at a hospital in Saitama Prefecture, his family said Wednesday.
The visiting vice president of Japan External Trade Organization (Jetro) Daisuke Hiratsuka recently told reporters at the Japanese Embassy that the country could become the next destination of Japanese investors.
Maybin's precise driving has guided him to 12 top-ten finishes in his short time on the circuit, including three runner-up spots, and he is an outsider with an excellent chance of winning his threeball against Johan Edfors and Tetsuji Hiratsuka this afternoon.
211 T Hiratsuka (Jpn) 71 72 68, J Milkha Singh (Ind) 71 68 72, G Bourdy (Fra) 68 71 72, G Bhullar (Ind) 70 69 72.
202 - Spain (A Quiros & M Jimenez) 68; New Zealand (G Paddison & M Hendry) 68; Japan (Y Ikeda & T Hiratsuka) 66.
Confirmed players in ranking order: Germany (Martin Kaymer, AN Other), Ireland (Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell), United States (Matt Kuchar, AN Other), South Africa (Charl Schwartzel, Louis Oosthuizen), England (Ian Poulter, AN Other), Sweden (Robert Karlsson, AN Other), Italy (Francesco and Edoardo Molinari), Spain (Alvaro Quiros, AN Other), Scotland (Martin Laird, AN Other), Denmark (Anders Hansen, Thomas Bjorn), Japan (Yuta Ikeda, Tetsuji Hiratsuka), France (Raphael Jacquelin, AN Other), Australia (Brendan Jones, Richard Green), Belgium (Nicolas Colsaerts, Jerome Theunis), Colombia (Camilo and Manuel Villegas), Wales (Jamie Donaldson, Rhys Davies), Thailand (Thongchai Jaidee, AN Other), Zimbabwe (Brendon de Jonge, AN Other)
LEADERBOARD 7 under - Thomas Levet (Fra) (after 72 holes) 6 under - Mark Foster (72), Thorbjorn Olesen (Den) (72) 4 under - Martin Kaymer (Ger) (72) 3 under - Simon Khan (72), Richie Ramsay (72) 2 under - James Morrison (72), Hennie Otto (Rsa) (72), Brendan Steele (USA) (72) 1 under - Anthony Wall (72) level - Nicolas Colsaerts (Bel) (72), Lorenzo Gagli (Ita) (72), Richard Green (Aus) (72), Graeme Storm (72) 1 over - Rhys Davies (72), Bradley Dredge (72), Ignacio Garrido (Spa) (72), Daniel Gaunt (Aus) (72), Tetsuji Hiratsuka (Jpn) (72), Michael Jonzon (Swe) (72)
Los hongos roya (Urediniomycetes, Uredinales) constituyen uno de los grupos de hongos mas numeroso, diverso y de amplia distribucion mundial (Buritica 2003a); son parasitos obligados (holobiotrofos) de un amplio rango de plantas incluidas helechos, coniferas y angiospermas, con las cuales han coevolucionado, que adaptan su ciclo de vida a las condiciones ecologicas del habitat de sus hospedantes (Buritica 2001, Buritica 2003b, Cummins & Hiratsuka 2003, Zuluaga et al.