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torii at Nikko, Japan
A monumental, freestanding gateway to a Shinto shrine, consisting of two pillars with a straight crosspiece at the top and lintel above it, usually curving upward.
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The Worcester Tech graduate was called in to start the ninth inning against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and he got himself out of trouble by striking out Torii Hunter and getting Vernon Wells to fly out, giving the Royals a chance to come back from a 4-2 deficit.
Under the deal, JT and Torii will pay up to $100 million in upfront licensing fees and payments on certain milestones, including up to $20 million to be paid in fiscal 2007 ending next March, JT said.
Additionally, Torii will now proceed with the preparations for a submission of a New Drug Application to the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare.
On Friday, ALK-Abello granted exclusive licence rights for the Japanese market to several of its allergy therapy products to Torii Pharmaceutical.
Ferric citrate will be marketed in Japan by JT's subsidiary, Torii Pharmaceutical Co Ltd, under the brand name Riona.
Earlier on Friday, ALK-Abello said it had granted exclusive licence rights for the Japanese market to several of its allergy therapy products to local Torii Pharmaceutical Co Ltd (TYO: 4551).
Daniel Bard relieved Lackey and struck out Torii Hunter for the second out.
OSAKA - Shinichiro Torii, a former president of liquor and beverages maker Suntory Ltd., left about 3.2 billion yen in bequests subject to taxation, according to information made public Friday.
The Japanese rights are sublicensed by Keryx to Japan Tobacco Inc (JT) and Torii Pharmaceutical Co Ltd (Torii).
28 January 2011 - Danish immunotherapy company ALK-Abello A/S (CPH: ALK B) said today it has granted exclusive license rights for the Japanese market to several of its allergy therapy products to local Torii Pharmaceutical Co Ltd (TYO: 4551).