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Komaki

(kōmä`kē), city (1990 pop. 124,441), Aichi prefecture, Honshu, Japan, on the Nobi Plain. A suburb of Nagoya, it has industries that produce pottery, rubber, machines, and fibers.
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The first PW1200G engine assembly was completed at MHIAEL facility in Komaki, Japan, and passed Pratt & Whitney's production acceptance test.
Currently, standard treatments to improve the regeneration process of bone tissue involves the use of bone grafts (Komaki et al., 2006; Reichert et al.; Walsh et al., 2008); however, this approach has some disadvantages; for example, in the case of autologous bone grafts, more time and a higher dose of anesthesia are needed, sometimes there is an insufficient graft, and the access to the donor site could be restricted.
The first Japanese-assembled F-35A was unveiled out of the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Komaki South F-35 Final Assembly and Check Out (FACO) facility on June 5, 2017.
The plane needed to take off before sunrise because otherwise it would become too hot and windy to either leave or return it to the inflatable mobile hangar at Nagoya's Komaki airport.
"The cold front is too dangerous to cross, so we decided to land in Nagoya airfield, also known as Komaki airport, and wait for better weather conditions to continue the journey," they said.
It is celebrated throughout the country, but is perhaps best known in the town of Komaki. Townspeople drink free sake, indulge in special phallus-shaped sweets, and join in a parade that ushers a wooden, 620-pound male member down the street.
The jet, which will be delivered to customers from 2017 and was built with assistance from aviation giant Boeing, was unveiled at a ceremony in Komaki, near the central city of Nagoya.
(4.) Bruzzi, JF, Komaki, R, Walsh GL, Truong MT, Gladish GW, Munden RF, et al.
Shawkatullah Farahmand, administrative director of Industrial Parks Management, AISA,did not give details about why the park was delayed, but said, "According to our information, the work on detailed plan of 653 jerib has been completed and an amount of 38 million Afs (664,000 USD) has been projected as budget by Ministry of Commerce for construction of the roads." Mutasel Komaki, deputy minister of commerce and industries, says there are efforts to get the president to sanction 10 million USD for the carpet industry.
Komaki. Department of Education, Nara University of Education, Nara, Japan.