Tawara

Ta·wa·ra

(tah-wah'rah),
K. Sunao, Japanese pathologist, 1873-1952. See: Tawara node, His-Tawara system, node of Aschoff and Tawara.
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According to Lodhran, a book by Taqi Shamim, Fort Talwara was named after Tawara (232-273 BC), one of the sons of Ashoka.
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6 (Shapur: sahha anna l-wazira badrun munirun * idh tawara kama tawara l-buduru; the second tawara is a shortened form of tatawara).
En 1999, Murata, Tawara, Obata y Takeuchi publicaron un articulo pionero en el tema de la descontaminacion del aire urbano, a partir de concretos enriquecidos o recubiertos con dioxido de titanio (Ti[O.
Asi, aparecen 2 trabajos sobre Chope (Almeirim, 1957; Cardoso, 1957), 1 sobre la etnia makonde (Pombeiro, 1951), 8 sobre los macua (Almeida, 1951; Andrade, 1951, Baptista, 1951; Raphael, 1955; Oliveira, 1956; Ribeiro, 1956; Ferreira 1956; Conceicao, 1960), 1 de los manica (Ladeira, 1957), 1 de los ndau (Amorim, 1956), 4 de los ngoni (Lucas, 1951, 1957 (10); Lopes, 1956; Veloso, 1957), 5 sobre los sena (Madeira, 1951; Monteiro, 1951; Gens, 1956; Ferreira, 1960; Magalhaes, 1960), 1 de los swazi (Ascension, 1957), otro de los tawara (Domingo, 1956), 4 entre los thonga (Gandara, 1951; Barros, 1957; Fonseca, 1957; Sarria, 1957), 1 de los yao (Carvalho, 1956) y 1 de los zimba (Rita-Ferreira, 1952).
Adicionalmente, Kumar (2007) y Tawara (1996) apuntan que dos o tres anos luego de plantar, respectivamente, aun es una etapa relativamente temprana, de tal manera que, para obtener mayor exactitud y seguridad, deben realizarse evaluaciones en anos posteriores.
Nakagawa H, Nishijo M, Morikawa Y, Miura K, Tawara K, Kuriwaki J, et al.
A sound regulatory environment for public and for the business sector economic activity, sound institutions, and government authority accountable to citizens are considered to be crucial to successful economic development, opinion also shared by Kray and Tawara (2010).
Using a high-speed camera, the researchers zoomed in on the throats of two volunteers and recorded them saying the Japanese word tawara, which means straw bale or bag.