Maebashi


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Maebashi

(ˈmɑːɛˈbɑːʃiː)
n
(Placename) a city in central Japan, on central Honshu: centre of sericulture and silk-spinning; university (1949). Pop: 283 005 (2002 est)
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was founded in 1932 and is based in Maebashi, Japan.
NEC Corporation announced that it contributed to an ambulance transportation solution test utilizing 5G carried out by NTT DOCOMO, INC., Maebashi City, The Organization for the Promotion of ICT Community development and Common Platform, Maebashi Red Cross Hospital, Maebashi City Fire Department and Maebashi Institute of Technology through the provision of a mobile environment using a 5G base station that supports 28GHz band and 5G mobile station communications.
An intensity of 4 was recorded in the Gunma's municipalities of Numata, Maebashi, Kiryu, Isesaki, Higashiagatsuma and Yoshioka, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency.
In produced a column of 1,500 metres and ashfall was up to Maebashi City which is 150 kilometres away.
Kazan Kono, 45, entered the partially guilty plea during the first hearing of his trial at the Maebashi District Court.
MAEBASHI, Japan - The driver of a tour bus who caused a fatal accident on an expressway in April 2012 pleaded partially guilty of professional negligence Tuesday, saying he did not feel drowsy while at the wheel but had not had sufficient sleep.
Tohru Kobayashi of Gunma University in Maebashi, Japan.
Born in Maebashi City, Japan to her parents Kii and Hyakutaro Tomaru, she was married to Thomas in 1956.
Over 400m he earned gold in Maebashi in 1999, silver in Paris in 1997 and bronze in Birmingham in 2003.
Shoji Arino, leader of the 650,000-member union, told its regular convention in Maebashi, Gunma Prefecture, ''The restart of existing reactors should be decided in a cool-headed manner while taking public livelihood and the nation's economy into consideration.''
MAEBASHI, Japan - Kazuo Nakamura, whose experience as a soldier in the Imperial Japanese Army was fictionalized in the novel ''The Burmese Harp,'' died Wednesday of old age, his family said Saturday.
Company president Osamu Maebashi, who used to be homeless, was once hailed as a rookie entrepreneur supporting the unemployed and homeless.