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Sakurai,

Japanese ophthalmologist.
Sakurai-Lisch nodule - Synonym(s): Lisch nodule
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Ambassador Shuichi Sakurai was briefed by the JRC President Mohammed Hadid on the impact of the Syrian crisis on all the Kingdom's vital sectors.
Jordan's Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Imad Fakhoury and Japan's ambassador Shuichi Sakurai signed the MoU.
Contact: Masayuki Sakurai Press and Public Relations Division Chiba Prefectural Government Tel: +81-43-223-2265 Email: kouhou05@mz.
In addition, Pollard also showcased its latest advances in decoration techniques following the recent installation of a [pound sterling]250,000 Sakurai printer.
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The results show that instant noodles have become a global standard dish," said Norio Sakurai, an official with the Osaka-based association.
Meanwhile, Mitsuru Sakurai, policy chief of the opposition Democratic Party of Japan, told an NHK program Sunday that his party would determine the criteria for choosing the next BOJ chief at its shadow Cabinet meeting on Tuesday.
While Tsuga, 55, is expected to speed up a shift toward solar panels and energy-saving appliances, Hirai's strategy is less clear, said Yuuki Sakurai, chief executive at Fukoku Capital Management.
The accounts were opened under the names of Shinya Sakurai, used by Takahashi, Chizuko Sakurai, used by Kikuchi, and Toshimi Yoshida.
The decision declared by Mayor Katsuro Sakurai came after the municipal assembly passed a resolution in the morning calling for the acceptance of debris to support the reconstruction of the disaster-hit region.
Speaking from Minamisoma, where she met Mayor Katsonobu Sakurai, Ms Roche said not even the highest of safety standards can guarantee the safety of millions of people living in the vicinity of the 400 plus international nuclear power plants.