Mihara

Mihara

(mēhä`rä), city (1990 pop. 85,518), Hiroshima prefecture, W Honshu, Japan, on the Inland Sea. It is a production center for sake, rayon, rolling stock, and cement. It was a castle town during the Edo era.
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The Vero4DRT, which is manufactured at MHI's Hiroshima Machinery Works, adopts a new type of accelerating tube, the first in the world applied to medical use, jointly developed with the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK) and manufactured at the company's Mihara Machinery Works; it enables free machine movement by compactly containing the high-quality therapeutic radiation source.
Three people died and one was seriously injured early Monday when their passenger car overturned on the Sanyo Expressway in Mihara, Hiroshima Prefecture, and was hit by a truck, the police said.
Bullet trains traveled at reduced speeds along the Sanyo Shinkansen Line between Mihara in Hiroshima Prefecture and Shinshimonoseki, Yamaguchi Prefecture in southwestern Japan.
The pellet was used to quantify lipid peroxides using the TBARS assay (Uchiyama and Mihara, 1978).
The Hokkaido District Transport Bureau found out through an investigation that the Mihara outlet of Hakodate Toyopet Co.
The TBA-RS concentration was determined by the method of Uchiyama and Mihara (1978), and the protein level was evaluated by the micro-biuret method (Itzhaki and Gill, 1964) with bovine serum albumin as the standard.
The plaintiff from the town of Mihara purchased the automaker's Legnum VR-4 passenger car in March 1997, defects in the brakes of which caused repeated glitches, according to the complaint filed with the Osaka District Court.
MHI) began construction of the "MIHARA Test Center," Japan's first comprehensive railway transportation system verification facility, at the Wadaoki Plant of its Mihara Machinery Works in Hiroshima Prefecture.
Liver lipid peroxide was assayed by the method of Uchiyama and Mihara (1978).
a leading bicycle hub manufacturer based in Mihara, Osaka Prefecture.
The Black label features collaborations with renowned designers such as Alexander McQueen, Mihara Yasuhiro and Sergio Rossi.