Inazawa

Inazawa

(ēnä`zäwä), city (1990 pop. 96,274), Aichi prefecture, central Honshu, Japan. It is a residential and industrial suburb of Nagoya and a textile production center.
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The Inazawa Grand Bowling Centre features 116 lanes.
The World DanceSport Federation licensed adjudicators are Foo Yoong Chen "Vivian" of Malaysia, Valeriy Gulay of Russia, Yoshikazu Inazawa of Japan, Marcel Keijzer of Netherlands, Jae Ho Kim of South Korea, Hong Thi Nguyen "Kathy" of Vietnam, Lubos Novotny of Czech Republic, Galina Gulay of Russia, Jun-De Jiang, Sheng-Wei Lin "Boris" of Taiwan and Karl Olivier Alba of Canada.
Mitsubishi Elevator India Private Limited's mother factory in Japan, called Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Inazawa Works, is one of the leading global manufacturers of elevators and escalators.
(1) Department of Health and Nutrition, Faculty of Health and Human Life, Nagoya Bunri University, 365, Maeda, Inazawa-Cho, Inazawa City, Aichi, Japan
Inazawa, "A transcriptional variant of the LC3A gene is involved in autophagy and frequently inactivated in human cancers," Oncogene, vol.
Inazawa, "Association of over-expressed TFDP1 with progression of hepatocellular carcinomas," Journal of Human Genetics, vol.
(2) Department of Ophthalmology, Inazawa Kosei Hospital Aichi Prefectural Welfare Federation of Agricultural Cooperatives, 7 Jicchouno-Honkou, Sobue-cho, Inazawa, Japan
Suh allegedly sold eight kilograms of methamphetamines to Lee, a member of Inazawa Kai, a faction of the Japanese Yakuza organized crime syndicate.