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O·gu·ra

(ō-gū'rah),
Joseph H., U.S. otolaryngologist, 1915-1983. See: Ogura operation.
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Ogura et al.), Shiga toxin- producing Escherichia coli 0157 was mislabeled several times, and the term STEC was incompletely defined.
Kazuo Ogura, a 66-year-old farmer, is one of the lucky ones.
A 66 by Du and 69 by Liu Wenbo pushed the Chinese on top, two shots ahead of the Japanese who rode on Ayaka Furue's 70 and the 72 of either Sae Ogura and Riri Sadoyama.
But her 67 proved enough to net her the individual lead and anchor Japan's impressive eight-under 136 that included a 69 from either Sae Ogura or Riri Sadoyama.
Neko Shugei is a collective of cat-loving crafters comprising Yumi Ooami, Miko Ogura, Miyuki Hayashi, Chizuko Kojima, Minou 14, Naoko Suzuki, Kyoko Maruoka, Yoko Kobayashi, Hitomi Hanaoka, rie, Kanade Isshiki, Marupoleland, and nekogao along with their many feline muses.
Professor Yasuhiro Ogura, a transplantation surgery specialist from Nagoya University Hospital, in Nagoya, Japan, will visit from September 10 to 11; u9679?
Prof Yasuhiro Ogura, a transplantation surgery specialist from Nagoya University Hospital in Japan,will be available on September 10 and 11.
She is Emi Ogura, a commercial model from Okayama prefecture in Japan, who was visiting the country for the first time.
CNN's Elise Labott, James Griffiths, Barbara Starr, Paula Hancocks, Jason Hanna, Jamie Crawford, Yoko Wakatsuki, Junko Ogura, Don Melvin, Brian Walker and Steven Jiang contributed to this report.
As Japan heads into the season of peak demand for room air-conditioners, Ogura and other Daikin managers have been tasked with figuring out how to boost output by some 20 per cent.
Professor Ogura presents a collection of papers on the subject of aspects of Anglo-Saxon and Medieval England as a gift for select members of the Japan Society for Medieval English Studies.
"The initial promise of the ultrafast lasers is the laser micromachining of metals as life-sciences companies continue to reduce post-processing steps such as grinding, de-burring and electro-polishing after laser-cutting products like metal stents, hypotubes, nitinol and precious metal-based devices," said Glenn Ogura, senior vice president of market development for Resonetics, a Nashua, N.H.-based provider of laser micromachining solutions for the medical device and life sciences markets.