shibuichi


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shibuichi

(ˌʃɪbəˈɪtʃɪ)
n
1. (Art Terms) a Japanese alloy of copper and silver know for its silver-grey and muted blue and green colours, usually used in ornamentation
2. (Metallurgy) a Japanese alloy of copper and silver know for its silver-grey and muted blue and green colours, usually used in ornamentation
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Caption: Figura 2 * Teresa Milheiro, Imperador, 2005/2008, ouro prata e shibuichi. Fonte: Jorge Graca.
(2.) Onda, T, Shibuichi, S, Satoh, N, Tsujii, K, "Super-WaterRepellent Fractal Surfaces." Langmuir, 12 2125-2127 (1996)
The Chinese and Koreans were angered by Prime Minister Koizumi Junichiro's annual visits to the Yasukuni Shrine, which honors the spirits of Japan's war dead but which also contains the remains of 1,068 convicted war criminals, including 14 convicted Class A war criminals (Shibuichi 2005).
(49) On the significance of the Yasukuni Shrine in Japanese politics see Daiki Shibuichi, "The Yasukuni Shrine Dispute and the Politics of Identity in Japan: Why all the Fuss?", Asian Survey 45, no.