shinju


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shinju

(ˈʃɪndʒuː)
n
(formerly, in Japan) a ritual double suicide of lovers
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Community groups making use of the existing storage facility - including Theatre Kimberley, Rotary International and Shinju Matsuri Inc.
19) Shinju Fujihira, "Can Japanese Democracy Cope with China's Rise?
Recently, 12 other NAVSUP FLC Yokosuka employees joined the effort, Yuko Takano, Kumiko Toi and her daughter Harmony, Kenji Abe, Shinji Kobayashi, Takeshi Ikeda, Shinju Watanabe, Akira Yahata, Tomoko Mitomori, Miki Inaba, Takayuki Fujita, Tetsu Hiyoshi and Masato Washizu.
Shea was overjoyed at turning the tables with Gloria De Campeao, who tracked runaway leader Jolie's Shinju before kicking on two out and, as usual, proving hard to pass.
Dubai: It was a historic running of the 14th Emirates Singapore Derby on Sunday, when Jolie's Shinju became the first filly to win the race in 36 years.
Summary: It was an historic running of the 14th Emirates Singapore Derby on Sunday, when Jolie's Shinju became the first filly to win the race in 36 years.
com; Shinju CD/DVD cabinet, pounds 199, The Pier,; Allegro DVD rack, pounds 59, Habitat; Oxford double media storage cabinet, pounds 39.
In 2004, Mami and Hiro (as they are known) created a groundbreaking piece that used flamenco to tell a classic Japanese Kabuki tale, Sonezaki Shinju, or "Love Suicide at Sonezaki.
Among the most popular recent mysteries set against a Far Eastern background are Laura Joh Rowland's Sano Ichiro series, which began with Shinju in 1994.
Even the Kimura petition, with its twenty-five thousand signatures, introduced the Japanese conception of oya-ko shinju, or parent-child suicide, but did not evolve into a basis for a doctrinal challenge to the law.
In the student category, winning entries came from Sergio Marquez, a third-year student in Cal Poly-Pomona's school of environmental design; and from Shinju Shimizu and Jun Tanaka, seniors in USC's School of Architecture.
At USC, senior-year School of Architecture students Shinju Shimizu and Jun Tanaka set out to capture elements common to the urban landscape in their native Japan in their design The Cube.