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Numazu

 

a city in Japan; a coastal port on the island of Honshu, in Shizuoka Prefecture. Population, 189,000 (1970). The city has a petrochemical plant, an agricultural machinery plant manufacturing tea-harvesting combines, and wood-products and textile enterprises. Numazu is a climatic health resort and a seaside tourist center.

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Presiding Judge Sachiko Takahashi at the Numazu branch of the Shizuoka District Court said the baby could have been born without injury if the doctors had delivered the baby by Caesarean section about an hour earlier.
The prosecutors sent the girl to the family court's Numazu branch March 8, suggesting she should be sent back to them for indictment.
These systems will be utilized in Toppan's Niigata, Numazu and Asaka manufacturing facilities in Japan.
Prosecutors sent a 16-year-old girl to the Numazu branch of the Shizuoka Family Court on Wednesday, recommending that she be sent back to them for indictment on a charge of attempted murder for allegedly poisoning her mother.
Tokyo-bound traffic was also backed up, with about a 25-kilometer jam around the Numazu interchange in Shizuoka on the Tomei Expressway and a 13-km jam around the Honjo Kodama interchange in Saitama on the Kanetsu Expressway, according to the Japan Road Traffic Information Center.
He is scheduled to undergo eye surgery on Friday at a hospital in Numazu, Shizuoka Prefecture.
6 C Application Benchmark performed on February 14, 2002, by Fujitsu and Fujitsu Siemens Computers in Numazu, Japan, was certified on February 18, 2002, with the following data:
The princess, accompanied by Crown Prince Naruhito, smiled and waved to 300 people in front of a gate at the Imperial Villa Commemorative Park in Numazu, west of Tokyo.
of Numazu in Shizuoka Prefecture has been running a ''mobile branch'' since 1998 using converted minibuses equipped with ATMs that make the rounds of areas short of cash dispensers.
Air Force helicopter made an emergency landing Tuesday at a baseball field in Numazu, Shizuoka Prefecture, but there were no reports of injuries, police said.
With the help of the Numazu Rotary Club in Japan's Shizuoka Prefecture, he will first undergo medical checks before doctors decide how to treat him at a hospital in Numazu.
The SAP SD Standard Application benchmark performed on January 18, 2002, by Fujitsu in Numazu, Japan, was certified on January 24, 2002, with the following data: