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Keijo

(ˌkeɪˈdʒəʊ)
n
(Placename) transliteration of the Japanese name for Seoul
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ENPNewswire-September 5, 2019--University of Jyvaskyla: Rector Keijo Hamalainen: JYU has readiness to establish a national centre for research and development in teacher training
Earlier in mid-January, Advisor to the Iranian Parliament Speaker Hossein Amir Abdollahian met with Finnish Ambassador to Tehran Keijo Norvanto.
KAIPIHLAINEN (1), MATTI SANTTILA (2), TOMMIVASANKARI (3), KEIJO HAKKINEN (4), and HEIKKI KYROLAINEN (2,4)
(Keijo [Seoul]: Taisho Shashin Kogeisho, 1935), 91.
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.
Keijo Kalervo Mattila, (1) Luiz Adolfo Hegele Junior, (2) and Paulo Cesar Philippi (1)