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kobang

(ˈkəʊbæŋ) or

koban

n
(Currencies) an oblong Japanese gold coin, no longer in use
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"Accelerating Innovation: Cities As Innovation Laboratories," was the title of a panel with Ksenia Koban, vice president of Payden & Rygel Investment Management, Adam Marvel, managing director of Imfoco, Bruno Sarda, president of CDP North America, and Steve Wysmuller, global lead meteorologist with IBM/The Weather Company.
The thermal stability of HFOs has been reported along with their compatibility with lubricants, metals, plastics, and elastomers (Minor and Spatz 2008, Koban 2011, Rohatgi 2012, Majurin et al.
They have been acquired by Koban Group, a local independent operator, for an undisclosed sum.
Our campaign against Daesh in Koban in 2015 led the US to increase its delivery of weapons, training, and air support.
It has already been shown elsewhere that canonized authors are being translated more regularly and consistently than other groups of scholars (see Colliot-Thelene, Asai, and Koban; Asal and Kervegan).
[15.] Luong M., Koban W., and Schulz C., "Novel strategies for imaging temperature distribution using Toluene LIF," J.
Villegas said this would be something akin to Koban, a method of community policing in Japan carried out by smaller units of auxiliary forces.
En 2010, la policia comunitaria fue reimplementada con la adopcion del Koban, que significa "policia" en japones y esta en practica en Japon desde 1868.
Ronovsky, M., Cabatic, M., Koban, F, Freissmuth, M., Poliak, D.D., 2015.
AMCL represents more than 40 leading apparel machinery manufacturers from all over the world including JUKI, Tajima, Fukuhara, MECA, Seit, Pegasus, Lectra, Kansai, Shima Seiki, MEI International, Organ, Koban to name a few.