Akashi


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A•ka•shi

(ɑˈkɑ ʃi)

n.
a city on W Honshu, in Japan. 271,000.
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Edited by Rodney Hopson, William Rodick, and Akashi Kaul
KELLY AKASHI titled her most recent solo show at Ghebaly Gallery in Los Angeles, in 2016, "Being as a Thing.
It covers a land area of 35 acres and is located adjacent to the Akashi Kikai transmission plant that was officially opened in June 2015.
Fujitsu today announced plans to construct new annexes at its Tatebayashi System Center and Akashi System Center, its main data centers in Japan, to serve as the core facilities for accelerating its IoT and cloud businesses.
Tokyo, Jan 28, 2015 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu today announced plans to construct new annexes at its Tatebayashi System Center and Akashi System Center, its main data centers in Japan, to serve as the core facilities for accelerating its IoT and cloud businesses.
Yasushi Akashi called on President Mahinda Rajapaksa at Temple Trees this afternoon, ahead of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to Sri Lanka tomorrow (Sept.
Akashi and his colleagues found, using cell culture, that insulin, a pancreatic hormone that is secreted in response to feeding, may be involved in resetting the circadian clock.
Except for a study by Akashi (2009), all the studies have demonstrated the cardioprotective effect of Ghrelin.
The Middle Eastern market does not know all aspects of the Seiko brand yet, and our task now is to expand to the higher segments of the market with Seiko Astron, and Grand Seiko in the future," Harumitsu Akashi, general manager -- Middle East and Latin America, Seiko Watch Corporation, told Khaleej Times in an interview during his recent visit to Dubai.
Belgian artist, Phil Akashi punched a wall 27,000 times as he drew an image of former South African leader, Nelson Mandela.