Morioka


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Mo·ri·o·ka

 (môr′ē-ō′kə)
A city of northern Honshu, Japan, south-southeast of Aomori. It is a commercial and cultural center.
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A hot topic in Archer's Human Development class, taught by Kari Morioka who holds an MA in Human Development from Harvard, is something which tweens and teens often treat casually: their digital footprint.
As part of Toyota's award-winning Kokoro Hakobu Project, all proceeds from ticket sales for the Morioka and Sendai performances will again be donated toward the education of orphaned children in the Tohoku region, which was affected particularly badly by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake.
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1 magnitude earthquake hit near Morioka, Japan, at 11:02 a.
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The harbor modernization program, for example, is aimed at preventing bottlenecks for goods coming into the state, said state Transportation Director Brennon Morioka.
Takashi Kato, an official of Morioka, a city close to the epicentre, said: "I woke up with a big shock.
Morioka, an independent scholar, was a friend of Blakemore.
The overall design is rather extreme," said spokesman for the Morioka branch of JR East, which refused to display the posters.
Besides 2nd prize in the opera competition and 3rd prize in the operetta competition, Noah also won one of four prizes offered by Teatro alla Scala Milan, one of four offered by Stadttheater Klagenfurt and the Morioka Prize Japan.
Ryoko Sakakura and Koichiro Morioka gave Japan its first medals of the athletics competition with a silver and a bronze in the women's and men's 20-kilometer walk at the Asian Games on Thursday.
The Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office recently informed Kabunushi Ombudsman (shareholders ombudsman), led by Kansai University professor Koji Morioka, of its decision, saying it has determined the former premier did not violate the law, according to the group that filed a criminal complaint against Mori.