Chishima


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Chishima

(ˌtʃiːʃiːˈma)
n
(Placename) the Japanese name for the Kuril Islands
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Since 1989, most land in the Kitakagaya district has been owned and operated by Osaka-based Chishima Real Estate Co.
Hideki Takahashi, Tatsuo Yamamoto (iD), Motomi Yamazaki, Takayuki Murase, Takayuki Matsuno, and Fumihisa Chishima
(15) Although no heat flow data are currently available from the Izu-Ogasawara Trench bottom, there have been a few measured values of between 38 and 58mW/m from the Chishima and the Japan Trenches (34-42[degrees]N) below a depth of 7300m.
(http://www.asahi.com/ajw/articles/AJ201712190028.html) A Japanese panel Tuesday warned of the high likelihood of a massive earthquake off the shore of its northernmost main island, Hokkaido, in the Chishima trench over the next 30 years.
[6.] Kuzuoka, K., Kurotani, T., Chishima, H., and Kudo, H., "Study of High-Compression-Ratio Engine Combined with an Ethanol-Gasoline Fuel Separation System," SAE Int.
[8.] Kuzuoka, K., Kurotani, T, Chishima, H., and Kudo, H., "Study of High-Compression-Ratio Engine Combined with an Ethanol-Gasoline Fuel Separation System," SAE Int.
Narui K, Ishikawa T, Kito A, Shimizu D, Chishima T, Momiyama N, et al.
maddelerine gore Japonya; 1905 yilinda ele gecirdigi Kore, Tayvan, Peng-hu, Kuril Adalari (Chishima), Sahalin Adalari'nin guney bolgeleri, Guney Cin Denizi'ndeki Spratly ve Paracell Adalari uzerindeki haklarini devrettigini kabul etmektedir.
[18.] Ishikawa T, Hamaguchi Y, Tanabe M, Momiyama N, Chishima J, Nakatini Y, et al.
In the 1951 San Francisco Peace Treaty, Japan renounced all claims to the Kuril Islands, known in Japan as the Chishima Islands.
The typhoon is expected to weaken into a temperate-zone cyclone by Tuesday after moving in the direction of the Chishima Islands, also known as the Kuril Islands, which separate the Sea of Okhotsk from the North Pacific Ocean, the agency said.