Nakatsu

Nakatsu

(näkä`tso͞o), city (1990 pop. 66,388), Oita prefecture, NE Kyushu, Japan, on the Suo Sea at the mouth of the Yamakuni River. It is a commercial center and port and was the residence of Yukichi Fukuzawa (1835–1901). Porcelain, steel, rice, and silk are its main products.
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Nakabeppu Y, Sakumi K, Sakamoto K, Tsuchimoto D, Tsuzuki T, Nakatsu Y.
Research has found that physical, linguistic and cultural distance make integration more difficult and costly (Hahn, Bunyaratavej & Doh, 2011; Metters, 2008; Nakatsu & lacovou, 2009; Stringfellow, Teagarden & Nie, 2008).
Engineer Eiji Nakatsu helped design the Shinkansen, or bullet trains, of Japan.
Nobuhiko Nakatsu has been named President of SGI Japan.
Usuki K, Nakatsu M, Kitazume K, Brido M, Osawa M, Bci S, Arai M, Urabe A, CBFB/MYH11 fusion transcripts in a case of acute myelogenous leukemia (M1) with partial deletion of the long arm of chromoseom 16.
philippinarum were collected from 4 harvest areas in Japan in August 2006--Banzu tidal flat in Tokyo Bay (35[degrees]24'N, 139[degrees]53'E), Higashihazu tidal flat in Mikawa Bay (34[degrees]47'N, 137[degrees]09' E), Shirakawa River tidal flat in Ariake Bay (32[degrees]48' N, 130[degrees]35' E), and Nakatsu tidal flat in Suo-Nada, the Inland Sea (33[degrees]37' N, 131[degrees]12' E)--and were brought back to the laboratory in an ice cooler and stored at--80[degrees]C until analyzed.
Nakatsu (finance and computer information systems, Loyola Marymount U.
The vehicle is being produced at the company's new plant in Nakatsu, Oita Prefecture, which started operations in December 2007.
After his clinching four-foot birdie putt, the 28-year-old University of South Carolina graduate dropped his putter in joy and was embraced by his fiancee, Emmi Nakatsu.
5 billion yen will neighbor the existing one in Nakatsu, Oita Prefecture, and initially produce some 120,000 minivehicles a year with about 900 workers, the firm said.