masu


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masu

(ˈmɑːsuː)
n
(Animals) a salmon, Oncorhynchus masou, native to the western Pacific Ocean and valued as a food fish
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He said Ms Masu, an accountant, was a critical gatekeeper who ensured all SDC resources were utilised prudently.
Auxiliary verbs of politeness (masu and desu) were found to be used for 'coworkers' and 'superior authorities'; however, they were less frequently used for 'friend', 'subordinates', and 'enemy'.
Wilson Webo (iD),(1) Leonard Masu (iD),(1) and Maina Maringa (iD)(2)
Mr Abdullahi Maibasira emerged National Financial Secretary, Irona Gerald, Deputy National Financial Secretary; Aribisala Adewale, National Treasurer; Wada Masu, Deputy National Treasurer; Adamu Mustapha, National Auditor and Arong Divine, Deputy National Auditor.
The AAT agreed with ASIC's concerns that Masu had failed to demonstrate adequate measures to ensure compliance with its obligations as an AFS Licensee in particular noting deficiencies in Masu's training registers and arrangements for ensuring appropriate disclosures when its representatives recommended products provided by related entities.
Murmansk Arctic State University (MASU), Murmansk, Russia
[78.] Lee SM, Kim KD (2001) Effects of dietary protein and energy levels on the growth, protein utilization and body composition of juvenile masu salmon (Oncorhynchus masou Brevoort).
They were at Sigiriya (5th century) and Ran Masu Uyana (10th century).
Sve gojazne pacijentkinje trebale bi da optimizuju telesnu masu. Six weeks of physical activity + hypocaloric diet increase the probability of ovulation induced with CC in the CCR overweight or Palomba obese patients.