Sugiura

Su·gi·u·ra

(sū'jē-yū'rah),
M., 20th-century Japanese surgeon. See: Sugiura procedure.
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Mimpei Sugiura, a Japanese scholar on Italian Renaissance literature, died of a stroke at a hospital in Tahara, Aichi Prefecture Wednesday evening.
Jenkins plans to visit the United States with his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga, a former abductee repatriated from North Korea, and their two daughters, and see his elderly mother, Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Seiken Sugiura told a press conference.
Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Seiken Sugiura declined to comment on Roh's strongly worded statement, telling a press conference, ''We have yet to be informed of details.
One of the nation's pioneer comic artists, Shigeru Sugiura, died of peritonitis at a Tokyo hospital Sunday night, his family said Monday.
Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Seiken Sugiura told a press conference that Japanese diplomat Mitoji Yabunaka, Sasae's predecessor, signed a document in which he promised to keep the ashes secret, confirming a report Monday by North Korea's official media.
However, Binsuke Sugiura, 88, who continued to exert strong influence over management after leaving the bank following 18 years as president and then chairman, is likely to be excluded from the suit since "there is no evidence of his giving direct orders" to subordinates in connection with the alleged wrongdoing, an in-house investigative committee of the bank said.
Hitomi Soga, a former abductee repatriated from North Korea, on Thursday expressed her desire to visit the United States with her husband Charles Jenkins as soon as possible in a meeting with Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Seiken Sugiura in Tokyo.
Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Seiken Sugiura told a press conference that Japanese diplomat Mitoji Yabunaka signed a document in which he promised to keep the ashes secret, confirming a report Monday by North Korea's official media.
Of the 3 billion yen in after-tax retirement pay to the 23 former executives, 400 million yen was paid back by three who once took presidency, including former Chairman Binsuke Sugiura, while 200 million yen was refunded by the other 19, the sources said.
Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Seiken Sugiura, who chaired the meeting, said in a news conference after the meeting, ''We have confirmed from several testimonies that Mr.
Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Seiken Sugiura met reporters after the meeting and suggested the government is unlikely to impose economic sanctions on North Korea anytime soon.
The 22 former executives include former chairman Binsuke Sugiura, who has agreed to pay back some 200 million yen of a retirement allowance with proceeds from the sale of his home.