Ichinomiya


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I•chi•no•mi•ya

(ˌi tʃiˈnoʊ mi yə)

n.
a city on central Honshu, in central Japan. 262,000.
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Ichinomiya Medical Treatment and Habilitation Center, Aichi, Japan (TN)
In this study, 60 patients with SPT1D and 154 patients with T2D who visited Ichinomiya Municipal Hospital between December 2015 and February 2016 were enrolled.
(6.) Mizuno, K., Ohta, A., Hyakuteke, M., Ichinomiya, Y., Tsuge, T.
Exposure to drying conditions and moisture loss during early ages are of particular concern in thin applications of UHPC (Ichinomiya et al.
Ichinomiya et al., "A bitstream relocation technique to improve flexibility of partial reconfiguration", Int.
(45) Suzuki, Y., Ichinomiya, S., Kurosawa, M., Matsuda, J., Ogawa, S., Iida, M., Kubo, T., Tabe, M., Itoh, M., Higaki, K., Nanba, E.
(44.) Terao Y, Ichinomiya T, Higashijima U, Tanise T, Miura K, Fukusaki M, et al.
Common solution of memory subsystem for soft-core processors for high reliable systems use internal SRAM in combination with information redundancy in form of ECC (Error Correction Code)--(Ichinomiya, 2010) can be an example.
The outspoken liberal Tabuchi Toyokichi emphasized the importance of allowing women to enter the political theater because it was "women who bear the consequences" of many state policies, (275) while the conservative Ichinomiya Fusajiro, a member of the Seiyukai party, chimed in that "today's woman must be liberated from her submissive position within the household and be encouraged to contribute socially, politically, and to the State." (276)