meishi


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meishi

(ˈmeɪʃɪ)
n
(Commerce) a business card in Japan
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Indo bukkyo koyu meishi jiten [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [Dictionary of Proper Names in Indian Buddhism].
Ikuta Shungetsu's Anthology of Modern Japanese Poetry (Nihon kindai meishi shu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) frequently guided Zhou Zuoren's choice of translations of contemporary Japanese poetry in those years, but this was the first time Zhou chose to translate Ikuta's own creative work.
Tokyo Meishi Center, a major company specializing in the production of business cards, known as ''meishi'' in Japan, said cards with horizontal writing constitute 95 percent of its products.
Understanding the correct way to exchange a business card, or meishi, is a key part of guaranteeing a smooth business introduction in Japan, advises the Japan Convention Bureau, New York City.
And when I presented my meishi they said 'Oh, we don't give meishis.
She does this in part through analysis of a diary written by a high-ranking woman of the warrior class, Hino Meishi (d.
After mowing the lawn, former CBS TV video editor Arnie Meyers, 54, joins his wife Sheila for a naked breakfast in their pounds 170,000 three-bedroom home before soaking up the sunshine with their dog Meishi.
During a December visit to the country, they noticed all their contacts in the real estate and investment communities had new meishi, the ubiquitous Japanese business cards, with updated titles.
The other important indication of status is the meishi, one's business card.
This practice also permeates Japanese society, for even grade-school children exchange meishi.
Some other products that now contain fragrance include meishi (name cards), handkerchiefs, socks and stockings, and clothes dryers.