Takao


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Takao

(tæˈkaʊ)
n
(Placename) the Japanese name for Kaohsiung
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Green's Omega IV team, comprising Gurbax Singh, Satnam Kaur and Gurinder Singh, carded a solid 30-under to take the morning shot gun honours while Lincicome's EGA III team that included former UAE national champion Walid Al Attar, Maurizio La Noce and Takao Matsutani returned a brilliant 37-under, beating their nearest challengers by a good five shots.
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Asia and Oceania Civic Development Project Leader Takao Kimura explained in detail the technical specifications and design concept of all new civic models.
Tsuyoshi Miyakawa, a neuroscientist at Fujita Health University in Toyoake, Japan, and Keizo Takao of the National Institute for Physiological Sciences in Okazaki, Japan, thought that the approach used in that study stacked the deck against mice.
The Deputy Foreign Minister held working meetings with Deputy Foreign Minister of Japan Takao Makino, MP Gen Nakatani to discuss bilateral ties.
The Japanese Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs, Takao Makino, paid a working visit to the Republic of Macedonia on 10 February within the framework of which he met Macedonian Parliament Speaker Trajko Veljanoski, Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and Deputy Foreign Minister Zoran Petrov.
Beirut, Rabi'I 16, 1435, Jan 17, 2014, SPA -- Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri met here today with Japanese delegation headed by Deputy Foreign Minister Takao Makino.
The Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan Takao Makino assured President Sargsyan that along with the
Khunkhaiba, Nagaching & Old Takao of Tamenglong District& Chawangkining of Senapati
He ordered the cruiser Takao to join his Atago in a search, and the two big Japanese vessels headed southeast, increasing their speed to 26 knots (1 knot is a little less than 1 mile per hour).
Now, researchers led by Takao Aoyagi at the MANA, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan, have developed an approach that could allow more subtle control and timing of drug delivery.
Inventors: Mamoru Uchida, Takao Wada and Tomoaki Hirayama