Miyagawa

Mi·ya·ga·wa

(mē'yah-gah'wah),
Yoneji, Japanese bacteriologist, 1885-1959. See: Miyagawanella, Miyagawa bodies.
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Corporate earnings have been improving and some facilities have been ageing, so some firms felt they could not delay capital expenditure any longer," said Norio Miyagawa, a senior economist at Mizuho Securities Research & Consulting Co.
There are still a lot of doubts about the economy after the tax increase," said Norio Miyagawa, senior economist at Mizuho Securities Research & Consulting Co.
Miyagawa, director-general of the Middle Eastern and African Affairs Bureau.
Certainly the young are taken up with smartwatches, but within other age categories it's impact is limited," Miyagawa said during a stopover in Dubai.
Shigemochi Hirashima, Professor Emeritus, Meiji-Gakuin University (Sitara-i-Quaid-Azam for Pakistan Study), and Ambassador Makio Miyagawa, Special Representative for Afghanistan & Pakistan, MoFA.
Riyadh, Muharram 10, 1435, Nov 13, 2013, SPA -- Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, President of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities, received here today Undersecretary of the Japanese Foreign Ministry and Director General of the Office for the Middle East and Africa Makio Miyagawa.
Cairo- Nov11(BNA)Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabeel Fahmi today received Japanese Foreign Ministry Middle Eastern and African Affairs Bureau Director-General MIYAGAWA Makio and discussed political, economic, trade and tourism cooperation, in addition to planned Japanese projects in Egypt.
In 1904 Miyagawa Kozan, a gold-medal winner several times over in previous world's fairs, received the grand prize at the Louisiana Purchase International Exposition in St Louis for a vase incorporating a new technique, kiritoshi, that involved cutting calligraphy through vessel walls then filling the voids with tinted porcelain prior to firing.
Myles Corson and Tomohiro Miyagawa, "Global CFO--From Scorekeeper to Strategist," Financial Executive, November 2012, pp.
It's this adventitious combination that triggered human language," Shigeru Miyagawa, a professor of linguistics in MIT's Department of Linguistics and Philosophy, said.