Seishin

Seishin:

see ChongjinChongjin
or Chungjin
, Jap. Seishin, city (1993 pop. 582,480), NE North Korea, an ice-free port on the Sea of Japan (or East Sea). It was developed in the 1930s by the Japanese as an iron and steel center.
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, North Korea.
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Toyo no eichi to seio no shinri ryoho: seishin igakusha no indo kiko.
Character seishin bunseki [Character Psychoanalysis].
Anya has since been offered free self defence Jujitsu classes at Seishin Ryu Jujitsu in Mold, and a free photo shoot by Neal McVeigh Photography following the ordeal.
Coincidentally, its first ad came from the beauty treatment and dermatology chain Seishin Biyo Clinic.
This slight against the military, according to Minoda, violated the principles set forth in the Imperial Japanese Constitution, sections 11 through 14, inclusive, as well as the Imperial Rescript to Soldiers and Sailors (Gunjin ni okuritaru chokuyu) (1882), which called for a unified sincerity (ichi no seishin) among the Emperor's military.
Kobayashi, "Jikohyokasikiyokuutusei syakudo no kenkyu [A study on a self-rating depression scale]," Seishin Shinkeigaku Zasshi, vol.
Sasaki, "Reliability and validity of the Japanese version of the Liebowitz Social Anxiety Scale," in Seishin igaku (Clinical Psychiatry), vol.
Uchihashi, "Evaluation of acute and sub-acute effects of cocaine by means of circadian variation in wheel-running and drinking in mice," Nihon Shinkei Seishin Yakurigaku Zasshi, vol.
The enemy, the Japanese, believed they were bestowed with a spiritual power - seishin - which would protect them from bullets and shells, which made them fearless.
The enzyme mixture consisted of 40% cellulase RS (Yakult), 1% pectolyase Y23 (Seishin Pharmaceutical Co., Korea), 70 mM KCl, and 7.5 mM Na2EDTA, and the pH was adjusted to 4.0 by 1M HCl.