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No·gu·chi

(nō-gōō′chē), Hideyo 1876-1928.
Japanese-born American bacteriologist who discovered the cause of syphilis and yellow fever and who worked to develop treatments for them.
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Ahmer Bilal Soofi (Paksitan) and Judge Motoo Noguchi (Japan).
Noguchi said at a news conference at the American Natural History Museum that the very first step is to find where those objects are and track (them).
I want to propose, then, that Noguchi used the literary form of the fictional diary, a genre of literary exile for Japanese women, in a setting where he himself as a male Asian was excluded--the United States.
Noguchi, who said before his departure in December that he would make sushi for his colleagues in space, brought freeze-dried scallops and tuna to the ISS.
He placed flowers at a bronze statue of Noguchi in a garden near the laboratory that is currently used as a lecture room for the medical school at the University of Ghana, and told reporters after visiting the laboratory that he would consider honoring those who made contributions to Africa.
Noguchi, a former prosecutor in the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office, is currently a professor at the U.
In early February, a touring retrospective devoted to the Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi designed by Wilson opened at the Japanese American National Museum, where it will remain through May 14.
This certainly was not lost on Mika Noguchi when she co-founded Peach John in 1994.
Miyauchi told investigators that Hideaki Noguchi, vice president of H.
Noguchi (1876-1928) was born to sharecroppers in a village in northern Japan, and rose to become first a skilled doctor, then a medical researcher in the US.
9 MARTHA GRAHAM DANCE COMPANY, CAVE OF THE HEART (SUMMERSCAPE, BARD COLLEGE, ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, NY) With breathtaking set design by Isamu Noguchi and music by Samuel Barber, this July performance represented a powerful collaborative vision.
Inventors: Katsuhiko Higashino, Hiroyuki Tanake, Takafumi Yamato and Tsuyoshi Noguchi