Nobi


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Nobi

 

(Mino-Owari), a low-lying plain on southeastern Honshu Island, Japan. Area, approximately 1,800 sq km. The plain is composed of marine deposits and of alluvium from the Kiso River and its tributaries. The climate is humid, subtropical, and monsoonal. Numerous dikes, some as high as 10 m, protect the densely populated plain from floods. Rice, vegetables, and mulberry trees are cultivated. The city of Nagoya is situated on the plain.

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Francis 1986; one of the Bava Gor shrines we visited during fieldwork in Ahmedabad, Gujarat referred to him as 'Hazrat Sheedi Mubarak Nobi Bava Gor'.
Nobi apparently went onto the stage, exhorted the team to fight for the glory of the school and Honorable Zametto-san, then led the students in several rousing cries of "banzai.
Haematologically, NOBI cases were anaemic and more importantly reticulocytopenic seen in five of seven NOBI cases tested had slightly raised total leukocyte count except in one (Table I).
One wishes too for a richer human story, for more about the impact of the Nobi and Kanto quakes on the people of Japan.
This vibrant picture book is twofold: It contains both the poetic story of Noor Nobi and also a section made up of an afterword, diary entries, and photographs of the author's experience.
Dydy pethau ddim yn hawdd pan mae ca 'Rerw'n trio mowntio Gwendolyn, mam Sonia'n chwipio'i dan efo celyn, yr afr yn bwyta trins Sarjant Nobi, y cerflunydd yn mynnu dangos ei 'gleddyf' a .
His painful search for an affirmation of his life leads him on a course of action that ultimately transforms him and reveals the hidden nobi lity of his character.
Significantly, in its celebration of pre-Inkaic culture, Guaman Poma's version of Peruvian history markedly differs here not only from that of the Jesuit chronicler Jose de Acosta, to whose De natura de Nobi Urbis y de Procuranda he makes explicit reference (III: 997), but also from that of the contemporaneous mestizo chronicler Garcilaso de la Vega, el Inka.
The four immigrant women were identified in court papers as Thonglim Khamphiranon, Somkhit Yindiphot, Nobi Saeieo and Sutchai Prasoetphong, all of Thailand.
Tunc coepit devotare quia non nobi 74) Tunc coepit se et iurare quod hominem .
His best-known novel is Nobi (1951; Fires on the Plain; film, 1952), which tells the story of Tamura, a sick Japanese soldier wandering in the Philippine jungles in the aftermath of the war who eventually goes mad and is saved by his Christian faith.