Seto


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Seto

(sā`tō), city (1990 pop. 126,340), Aichi prefecture, central Honshu, Japan. It has been an important porcelain center since the 13th cent.
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Seto joins the firm from communications marketing agency Edelman, where she served as an account executive.
The garden of the main venue in Megijima, is connected to the seaside of the Seto Inland Sea.
As freelance photographer Michael Seto ran up to the buildings after hearing the explosion in his apartment a block and a half away, flames were spreading and engulfing one building's first floor.
Living and working in Seto, Aichi Prefecture, he does not limit himself to pottery, but also engages in metalwork and painting.
blast on a Japanese tanker Thursday morning in the Seto Inland Sea,
Researcher Seto offers a detailed exploration of the role of the Internet in sexual offending, useful for scholars, professionals, and policymakers in criminal justice, mental health, and social work.
Seto is a 320 page compendium that provides an extensive and detailed examination of the internet's impact on sexual offenders and predators.
Japan's Daiya Seto won for the second day in a row when he took the men's 400-meter individual medley at a European Grand Prix meet in Barcelona on Wednesday.
Seto joined Asahi Breweries after graduating from Keio University in 1953 and spent many years in the marketing division before becoming president in 1992.
Rumi Japan (Morimatsu Suisan Reito Co., Ltd.), which is based in Imabari, Shikoku, facing the Kurushima Strait in the center of the Seto Inland Sea, showcased a number of innovative products at the Boston Seafood Show last month.