Hirakata


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Hi•ra•ka•ta

(hiˈrɑ kɑˌtɑ)

n.
a city on S Honshu, in Japan, NE of Osaka. 391,000.
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Caso a diferenca fosse positiva, considerou-se uma insatisfacao pelo excesso de peso e percentual de gordura (Barros e Hirakata, 2003).
In Japan, GLP has achieved further LEED Gold certifications for four developments in Greater Tokyo and Osaka, GLP Nagareyama I (133,000 sqm), GLP Nagareyama II (96,000 sqm), GLP Nagareyama III (89,000 sqm) (pre-certification) and GLP Hirakata III (117,000 sqm) (pre-certification).
(3.) Hirakata M, Suwa A, Nagai S, Kron MA, Trieu E P, Mimori T, et al.
Shinya Murata, M.D., Ph.D., from Hirakata City Hospital in Osaka, Japan, and colleagues conducted a single-center, randomized controlled study involving children and infants (age range, 6 to 60 months) with FSs.
(23.) Eriguchi R, Taniguchi M, Ninomiya T, Hirakata H, Fujimi S, Tsuruya K, et al.
Kuwabara Y, Sasaki M, Hirakata H, Koga H, Nakagawa M, Chen T, et al.