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A city of south-central Honshu, Japan, southwest of Yokohama. It is a popular resort.
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They also conducted a demonstration test using a camera mounted on a small vessel in Uchiura Bay, Numazu City, and Shizuoka.
The company was founded by Kitaro Okano on January 4, 1887 and is headquartered in Numazu, Japan.
At the Numazu City Hospital emergency department (Shizuoka, Japan), the annual incidence of Kounis syndrome from 2012 to 2017 in patients with anaphylaxis was 2% (2 of 100).
(2) In an operational state to this day An operational exhibit in the Ikeda Memorial Room, one of Fujitsu's facilities (located in Fujitsu's Numazu Complex, Numazu, Shizuoka prefecture, Japan).
John recalls how their first brewery in Numazu had them brewing beer in 30-liter batches, which took eight to 10 hours to make.
Harada's longtime relationship with film started even before his birth in 1949 in Numazu, Japan.
Fujitsu adopted these systems in its Numazu factory and found efficiency improved 10%, downtime dropped by one-sixth, and human error fell 60%.
**) Numazu College of Technology, 3600 Ooka, Numazu-shi, Shizuoka 410-8501, Japan.
Cultures were examined by using Capillia (Tauns laboratories Numazu Japan) to differentiate Atypical Mycobacteria.Acid fast staining was done directly from sputum without any preparation using Ziehl Neelsenmethod.
[1] Current affiliation: Aso Clinic, Numazu, Japan.
It is a road from the Oimatsuda Interchange to the Numazu Interchange of the Tomei Expressway which is 50.4 [km] located in Japan.