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yuko

(ˈjuːkəʊ)
n
a score of five points in judo obtained after completing a particular throw or after holding one's opponent for 15-20 seconds
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Japanese Yuko Henzan disputes the OPBF female bantamweight title against Thai Phannaluk Kongsang while Erika Hanawa, also of Japan, fights Thai Sornsawan Khunmarn for the interim OPBF minimum weight title.
Yuko Mohri completed a two-month residency at Camden Arts Centre in October 2016
Counsel Betty Moy Huber and associate Yuko Masunaga provided environmental advice.
In 2008, Ananth Hirsh and Yuko Ota collaborated to launch the auto-bio webcomic Johnny Wander.
There, he meets 81-year-old Yuko, who was only 11 when the first bomb exploded and severely injured her.
Ananth Hirsh and Yuko Ota (illustrator); OUR CATS ARE MORE FAMOUS THAN US; Oni Press (Comics & Graphic Novels: Comics & Graphic Novels) 39.
The shop has an excellent selection of skin care items for moisturizing and nourishing face and body, protecting and preventing anti-aging to keep you looking good, also the internationally acclaimed brand for Yuko hair products catering for care of all types of hair, founded by Japanese hair stylist Yuko Yamashita.
Detailing the events leading up to and immediately following the first atomic bomb dropped in Japan, Poulsen weaves a dramatic scenario of the horror Yuko faced on that fateful day in 1946.
com)-- Brownstone Poets presents Steve Dalachinsky, Mike Jurkovic, and Yuko Otomo on Saturday, September 3, 2016 at 2:30 p.
The automaker launched YUKO Toyota Car Club in Ireland.
Hello Kitty, initially known as "the white kitten with no name", was created by Yuko Shimizu and introduced in Japan in 1975.
Yuko Enami, Representative, JICA Pakistan Office, about key components of the project.