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I·to

(ē'tō),
Minor, 20th-century Japanese dermatologist. See: Ito nevus, hypomelanosis of Ito.

I·to

(ē'tō),
Toshio, 20th-century Japanese physician. See: Ito cells.
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While the ITO area sees footfall running into lakhs of people daily, pedestrian traffic went up after opening of the ITO Metro station on the Central Secretariat- Kashmere Gate Metro corridor.
However, Ito netted a simple forehand to give him another chance and this time Murray did prevail when his opponent hit a forehand long.
Murray is confident he knows what to expect from Ito, although the Japanese player's game is not one he knows particularly well.
it did not significantly change the carrier's business plan as the company took measures such as postponing the retirement of some aircraft, Ito said.
Gartner also asked providers to identify the percentage of ITO deals that will include delivery models as part of the contract.
The sample holder with a rotation speed of 100 rpm was introduced in order to improve the uniformity of ITO film deposited on the nanofibers.
On this particularly warm day, Ito was glad to see a temple which offered some relief from the scorching sun.
Under the agreement, Turkish businessmen, who are the members of ITO, will get long-term visa between one and four years from Italy, thanks to a letter given by their chamber.
Ito designed two surfaces: this screen--constructed from 8mm Cor-ten--and a reflective and rippled glass lining for the building's retained lightwell.
The researcher noted in its newly updated "Touch Screen Panel Key Component Industry Trend - ITO Film" Report that the TSP-use ITO film market is expected to maintain approximately 20% growth rate and is projected to record compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22% by 2013.
The head of the Japanese nongovernmental organization Peshawar-kai viewed the body of murdered member Kazuya Ito on Thursday at a hospital in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, and expressed his sorrow over his death.