Miyagawa

Mi·ya·ga·wa

(mē'yah-gah'wah),
Yoneji, Japanese bacteriologist, 1885-1959. See: Miyagawanella, Miyagawa bodies.
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Japanese Ambassador to Malaysia, Dr Makio Miyagawa said this will be the core of Japan's technology transfer and human resource development plan to allow Malaysians and Singaporeans to acquire the Shinkansen bullet train technology which Japan invented over half-a-century ago to run the system in the two countries.
In Takayama, with its lovely views along the Miyagawa River, there's the Jinya, a former government office built in the Edo Period, and a fine historical record of bureaucratic life in the era.
Edited by Masayoshi Shibatani, Shigeru Miyagawa, and Hisashi Noda
Ando, Christelis, and Miyagawa (2003) and Hayashi (2006) argued that corporate savings in Japan were misallocated.
Besides this Saito and Miyagawa (12) also suggest that intravesical oxybutynin therapy combined with clear intermittent catheterization has a highly successful rate of detrusor hyperreflexia with fewer side effects, i.
However, the decline in inventories in June shows that companies still have room to expand output, said Mizuho Securities' Miyagawa.
De maniere generale, on a une tendance saine grace a la demande interieure et a la demande des marches emergents", observe Norio Miyagawa, economiste chez Mizuho Securities.
Co-producers: David Webb, Marianne Bower, Eriko Miyagawa, Diane Sabatini.
The BOJ did not live up to expectations," said Norio Miyagawa, senior economist at Mizuho Securities.
In the piece five playwrights--Tanya Barfield, Karen Hartman, Chiori Miyagawa, Lynn Nottage, and Caridad Svich--have creatively reimagined Sophocles' tragedy for the 21st century, journeying from an African village to the underworld and beyond.
In Cultivating Canada: Reconciliation through the Lens of Cultural Diversity, playwright/filmmaker Mitch Miyagawa writes: