Kuwana

Kuwana

(ko͞owä`nä), city (1990 pop. 97,911), Mie prefecture, S Honshu, Japan, on Ise Bay. It is an important port and industrial center with large metal, textile, machinery, and processed food industries.
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The Filipino pair outclassedMariyan Meth and Sotheary Rin of Cambodia, 4-1, to reach the round-of-16 against favoritesYuki Kasai and Yui Kuwana of Japan.
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Kinski considers the attitudes of these various authors towards children, finding a range of reactions--for example, a tendency to focus only on education with the exception of a more revealing description of his grandfather's difficult childhood (Oritaku shiba no ki); the ill or dying child as the passive subject of a loving paternal gaze (Hiuchibukuro, 1809); and dense descriptions of interactive connections between children and adults (Kuwana nikki, 1838-48).
(12.) Hirohata S, Kikuchi H, Sawada T, Nagafuchi H, Kuwana M, Takeno M, et al.
(25.) Kuwana T, Olson NH, Kiosses WB, Peters B, Newmeyer DD.
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