Saijo

Saijo

(sījō`), city (1990 pop. 56,821), Ehime prefecture, W Shikoku, Japan, on the Hiuchi Sea. As part of the East Ehime Industrial City Program, Saijo now has two power plants that supply its pulp, paper, and textile industries. It is also an agricultural center.
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Tatsuyoshi Saijo, the founder of the project in Japan and a distinguished practitioner of experimental economics.
As I mentioned previously, Welch collaborated in producing haiku with Kerouac and Albert Saijo during their road trip in 1959.
The printing technique in surgery holds the potential of obtaining customized implants for patients with anatomical characteristics different from standard prostheses (D'Urso et al.; Rengier et al.); in this sense, procedures for maxillofacial reconstruction have already been successfully undertaken using artificial bone substitutes made by printing technology (Saijo et al., 2009).
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Gubareva, Kimiyasu Shiraki, Emi Takashita, Takato Odagiri, Hideki Tani, Shigeru Morikawa, Masayuki Shimojima, Masayuki Saijo, Kenichi Sakamoto, Kentaro Yamada, Akira Nishizono.
Saijo e colaboradores, (2002) afirma que a citocina IL1-[beta] ativa a celula T e, no estudo com camundongos transgenicos, e de grande importancia que ocorra esta ativacao para que se desenvolva a autoimunidade e artrite nestes camundongos.
In the area conditions for high water evaporation and low rainfall are mainly observed in the dry season (December-March), but extremely windy conditions seem to play also a role in evaporation yearround (Saijo et al., 1995; Campos et al., 1996).
Within the revue's administration, public adamance against any suggestion of lesbianism probably stems from its early history, when, as Robertson notes in Takarazuka, an alleged affair in 1929 between otokoyaku Miyako Nara and film actress Yaeko Mizutani got into the press; and when the rival Shochiku Revue's female role player Eriko Saijo and her partner, Yasumare Masuda, attempted a double suicide in 1935, this also made it into the papers.