Noda


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Noda

(nō`dä), city (1990 pop. 114,475), Chiba prefecture, E central Honshu, Japan, on the Edo River. It is a commercial and industrial center known for its soy sauce factories.

NODA

[′nō·də]
(organic chemistry)
n-octyl n-decyl adipate
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so that the Democratic Party can stay in power," Noda told reporters on Monday, the eve of the official kick-off of campaigning in voting districts.
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"Strengthening relations between the two countries is indispensable to solve regional and global issues," Noda was quoted as saying before his meeting with Hu.
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