Keijo


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Keijo

(ˌkeɪˈdʒəʊ)
n
(Placename) transliteration of the Japanese name for Seoul
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Finland's Ambassador to Iran Keijo Norvanto in a Twitter message said the agreements were meant to promote collaboration in a variety of technical areas.
When, in May 1921, a skull went missing from a laboratory at Keijo Medical College in Korea, where Kubo taught as a professor of anatomy, "[he] accused the Korean students of the crime based on his expertise in the physical anthropology of the Korean people.
Henry further considers the city planning effort (1925-34) of the Keijo City Planning Research Association (KCPRA), which consisted of officials and business leaders.
See as well Geoffrey Hosking, Russia, People and Empire 1552-1917, London: HarperCollins, 1997, xxxiii, 234-45, 271-7; Keijo Korhonen, Autonomous Finland in the Political Thought of Nineteenth Century of Russia, Annales Universitas Turkuensis, Ser B.
Keijo Haataja and Pekka Toivanen, 201L"Two practical man-in-the-middle attacks on Bluetooth
According to Chief Application Engineer Keijo Yli-Opas at Neste Jacobs, the company finished the Valio APC project in only three months from project initiation.
Jon Zlotnik, police Chief Neil Erickson, Tony Gikis, Jeff Nelson, Mo and Steve Hardy and many more, including, of course, 79-year-old Keijo Saarinen and 78-year-old Carl Forsman.
According to historian Keijo Virtanen, Bremer's descriptions of the lives of American women gave force to the women's rights movement in Finland in mid-nineteenth century (80).
Keijo Rahkonen, in his chapter in Susen and Turner, supports this understanding, quoting Bourdieu's reply to those who asked about his own taste in art or music: "I reply, quite seriously: those [tastes] that correspond to my place in the classification" (125; cf.
Kuninori Marumo, Commander, CruDiv 18) CruDiv 18 (2 CLs--Tenryu, Tatsuta) 2 AVs (Kiyokawa Maru, Kamikawa Maru) Gunboat Division 5 (2 XAVPs--Nikkai Maru, Keijo Maru) 1 Transport (Shoei Maru) Minesweeper Flotilla 14 (Hagoromo Maru, Noshiro Maru No.
The nature of Japanese rule over Korea is symbolized by the fact that the government general of Korea in 1925 built the Chosen (Korean) Shrine - to enshrine Japan's Sun Goddess and the Emperor Meiji - in the Korean colonial capital Keijo (today's Seoul).
1] Ilkka Saarinen, Aarne Mammela, Pertii Jarvensivu, and Keijo Ruotsalainen, 2001, "Power Control in Feedback Communications Over a Fading Channel" IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol.