Nakanishi

Na·ka·ni·shi

(nah'kā-nē'shē),
Kazuhiro, 20th-century Japanese physician. See: Nakanishi stain.
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Secretary of State for Transport Patrick McLoughlin, Rail Minister Claire Perry, Japanese Ambassador to the UK Keiichi Hayashi and Hitachi Ltd chairman and chief executive officer Hiroaki Nakanishi were also in attendance.
Addressing journalists, Mitsubishi Corporation general manager Katsuya Nakanishi said his company is extremely pleased at the growing co-operation with Qatar which recorded good growth in the last one decade.
Scientists lack a complete understanding of how alkyl chains affect the properties of pi-conjugated molecules, but Fengniu Lu and Takashi Nakanishi of NIMS have reviewed a range of studies to determine the fundamental rules of the process.
The newest work by international artists and twins Lorelei Chang and Mai Nakanishi is a creative exploration of lines inspired, in part, by Paul Klee's whimsical definition “A line is a dot that went for a walk.
We've built a relationship with them to talk frankly" about extended partnerships, Hiroaki Nakanishi said in an interview at a business forum in Tokyo on Thursday.
Satoru Nakanishi, General Manager, QPD said, As a corporate social responsibility, QPD contributes to educational improvement in Qatar.
MARUTI Suzuki India Ltd ( MSIL) is facing a major challenge in launching new products in the fast- growing sport utility vehicle ( SUV) and multipurpose vehicle segment as it lacks its own diesel engine technology, Shinzo Nakanishi, the company's outgoing managing director ( MD) and chief executive officer, said on Friday.
The new Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer will succeed Shinzo Nakanishi.
This raises a sense of wariness that sluggish growth may spread to China," said Fumiyuki Nakanishi, general manager of investment and research at SMBC Friend Securities Co.
With Takamatsu Jiro and Nakanishi Natsuyuki, Akasegawa formed the nucleus of the collective Hi-Red Center in May 1963, and the trio' embarked on a series of events called "mixers," to be followed in 1964 with actions such as the Campaign for the Promotion of Sanitation and Order in the Capital, aka Ultra-cleaning Event--a public, hypermeticu-lous scrubbing of Tokyo thoroughfares that targeted the political hygiene imposed in preparation for that summer's Olympics.
On Tuesday, Maruti Suzuki President Shinzo Nakanishi said that daily output at the Manesar factory has recovered to the pre-riot level of about 1,700 vehicles per day.
Nakanishi said in New Delhi that adverse macroeconomic situations had led to the