kanpo

kanpo

/kan·po/ (kahn´po) kampo.
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Tokugawa jikki, in (Shintei zoho) Kokushi taikei, 45 (Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1933), 288; Ofuregaki Kanpo shusei (Iwanami Shoten, 1934), 994-95; Shorin shuppan shojaku mokuroku shusei 3:127.
Stimulation by Kanpo prescriptions of aromatase activity in rat follicle cell cultures, Recent advances in the Pharmacology of Kanpo (Japanese herbal)
Bookstores saw a rise in sales of books on Chinese medicine or kanpo, as well as books and DVDs on Korean cooking.
The figures for 1996, 2000, and 2003 were gathered from Kanpo [public registrar] (Tokyo: Ministry of Finance Printing Press) and the Koho [prefectural gazette].
Euskal Autonomia Erkidegoaren Kanpo Horre mane tarako Estrategia, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Gobierno Vasco, 2005.
About half of the government bonds outstanding are owned by public sector investors, such as the Public Management Ministry that is responsible for postal savings and kanpo postal insurance, with a further 40% held by private financial institutions.
related financial (1%) institutions Kanpo postal insurance 5.
In FY 1992 actual spending, funds from the postal system saving accounts and insurance or Kanpo represented 40 percent of the sources of funds for FILE.