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Ni·i·ga·ta

 (nē′ē-gä′tə, -tä)
A city of northwest Honshu, Japan, on the Sea of Japan north-northwest of Tokyo. It is a leading port with a major chemical industry.

Niigata

(ˈniːɪˌɡɑːtə)
n
(Placename) a port in central Japan, on NW Honshu at the mouth of the Shinano River: the chief port on the Sea of Japan. Pop: 514 678 (2002 est)

Ni•i•ga•ta

(ˈni iˈgɑ tɑ)

n.
a seaport on NW Honshu, in central Japan. 486,000
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The company worked on the Sapparo Domeand the Nigata Stadium, both FIFA approved venues, and they have developed a large range of new technologies related to seating and the movement of surfaces which could be applicable to Qatar's preparations for 2022.
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Address for correspondence: Asami Sasaki, Division of Health and Nutrition, 471 Ebigase, Higashi-Ku, Nigata City, Nigata 950-8680, Japan; email: asammy@unii.
But its domestic plants, currently suffering disruption from the recent Nigata earthquake, are running near full capacity to fill orders for the popular Civic, CR-V and Fit models overseas.
Recently Sanyo was forced to lay off 3,000 workers of its semi conductor factory in Nigata, Japan damaged by earthquake.
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A man from the UK was arrested for touting in Nigata, Japan at the weekend.
Skipper Steve Staunton was overjoyed at the result - but preached caution as Irish fans filtered noisly into the streets of Nigata to celebrate.
GENTLE ON MY MIND: The things the locals will do to earn a few extra yen; I AM HERE: Nigata stadium where I met a tall Japanese policeman.