Ichikawa


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I•chi•ka•wa

(iˈtʃi kɑˌwɑ)

n.
a city on E Honshu, in Japan, NE of Tokyo. 437,000.
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A classic example of a documentary film about Japan, and the Olympics, is Kon Ichikawa's 1964 Tokyo Olympiad (Photo 1).
Ives's delicate yet critical reflection on this question emerges through a sustained discussion of the life and work of Ichikawa Hakugen (1902-1986), the Zen priest, professor and activist who was also the foremost critic of so-called "Imperial-Way Zen" (kodo zen).
CAST: Seymour Bernstein, Kimball Gallagher, Andrew Harvey, Junko Ichikawa, Michael Kimmelman, Ethan Hawke
Ichikawa has 30 years of CRO and pharmaceutical industry experience in Japan.
Gordon Ichikawa's Tower Radio also just acquired four Elmira stations: WEHM(AM), WELM(AM), WOKN(FM) and WLVY(FM).
Patent 8,714,401 (May 6, 2014), "Stretched and Foamed Plastic Container and Method of Producing the Same," Kentarou Ichikawa, Nobuhisa Koiso, and Norio Akuzawa (Toyo Seikan Kaisha, Ltd., Tokyo, Japan).
This situation was spelled out clearly by the chairman of the board of Hino Motors Limited, Masakazu Ichikawa, who visited South Africa in May to attend the opening of Hino SA's new manufacturing plant in Durban.
Yuichiro Ichikawa stated that one of the primary objectives of the joint venture was to transfer drilling rig technology and the capabilities of operating drilling rigs safely and efficiently from JDC to a Qatari company on a structured and sustainable basis.
Murdoch went down in the mixed skins as his team, which included compatriot Scott Andrews and Japanese duo Satsuki Fujisawa and Miyo Ichikawa, lost 4-1 to an all-Canadian line-up.
Masakuza Ichikawa, interviewe par le Progres Egyptien, a mis le doigt sur les obstacles ayant entrave la mise en vigueur des plans de developpement.
Actor Kagawa debuts in Kabuki, succeeds Ichikawa Chusha