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a quick release metal eyelet for the end of a lariat. When the restrained animal is no longer required it is not necessary to slacken off the loop and pull it over the head—a very great advantage when working with wild cattle or unbroken horses.
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None of us, including top management, has ever worked with Soichiro Honda.
Ito, 55, who became president after a shareholders' meeting in June, is not from the founding family, as Soichiro Honda, who established the automaker in 1948, did not believe in passing managerial power down the family.
Soichiro Honda was born on November 17, 1906 and died on August 5, 1991.
will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of its founder Soichiro Honda on Friday, with the company regarding his legacy of technological development as key to its survival during the global realignment of the industry.
After founding the company as a tiny machinery shop in 1946, Soichiro Honda was obsessed by the ambition of becoming No.
Soichiro Honda must have had hi-octane coursing through his veins when he had the vision to distill his experience of the race track to create a special breed of car that deserved to sport the R for racing Type-R badge on its rump.
Mackay will be the 22nd winner of Honda Prize, created in 1977 with a donation mainly by Soichiro Honda, founder of Honda Motor Co.
The eldest son of a rice wine brewer, he was the last of a generation of Japanese industrialists that included carmaker Soichiro Honda and electronics rival Konosuke Matsushita.
Soichiro Honda founded Honda Motors is still alive today as Honda Aircraft fulfills one of Honda's long-standing dreams to advance human mobility skyward.
Soichiro Honda founded the Honda Energy-Saving Sports Tournament in Japan.
Our founder, Soichiro Honda, believed that we could make people happy through technology.
Automotive Hall of Fame in 1994 as the second Japanese, following Soichiro Honda, founder of Honda Motor Co.