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A·wa·ji

 (ə-wä′jē) or A·wa·ji·shi·ma (ə-wä′jē-shē′mə)
An island of Japan in the Inland Sea between southwest Honshu and Shikoku.

A•wa•ji

(ɑˈwɑ dʒi)

n.
an island in Japan, S of Honshu and N of Shikoku. 230 sq. mi. (596 sq. km).
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The unified Family Law tops the legislations ratified by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa thanks to the efforts of the Supreme Council of Women in coordination with the Executive branch and through community partnership, said Ammar Awaji, the moderator the seminar themed (Family Law and its economic impact on Bahraini women), organized by Bahrain My Colours.
We expect to complete the planned privitisation of assets this year,' Saleh Al Awaji told Saudi-owned Al Arabiya.
We expect to complete the planned privitisation of assets this year," Saleh Al Awaji told Saudi-owned Al Arabiya.
Setting up of new solar power facility in Awaji City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan.
Muhsen Al Awaji and Abdullah Al Mudaifer will most likely face charges of insulting former Saudi king Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud who died in January.
The city of Sumoto is located on Awaji island, in the Hyogo prefecture.
Dr Saleh Bin Hussein Al Awaji, the Deputy Minister For Electricity, opened the three-day energy showcase yesterday (May 26).
The largest Arab economy, which has the fourth-highest investment-grade rating at Standard & Poor's, needs to spend $100 billion this decade to boost power-generation capacity in the oil rich kingdom by 50 per cent, according to Saleh Al Awaji, deputy minister for electricity.
The earthquake struck near Awaji island in the Seto Inland Sea southwest of the city of Kobe at 5:33am on Saturday 13 April (2033 GMT on Friday), said the country's meteorological office, destroying houses and injuring 24 people.
The quake struck at 5:33 am (2033 GMT on Friday) near Awaji island in the Seto Inland Sea southwest of the city of Kobe at a relatively shallow depth of 10 kilometres (six miles), the agency said.
Baby Ribbon is a Japanese macaque born in the forest near the Awaji Island Monkey Center in Japan.
The agreement was signed by ANB TV Chairman Nizar Awaji and DAMAMAX CEO Eng.