tsubo

tsubo

A general term for any of the energy points which are stimulated in traditional Oriental massage therapy.
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Haregeweyn, N.; Berhe, A.; Tsunekawa, A.; Tsubo, M.; Tsegaye Meshesha, D.
Han XW, Tsunekawa A, Tsubo M, Li SQ (2011) Aboveground biomass response to increasing nitrogen deposition on grassland on the northern Loess Plateau of China.
His name comes from the Japanese, "tako tsubo" which translates to "octopus pot", a fishing jar with a narrow neck and wide base used to trap octopus, and describes the visual appearance of the heart on left ventriculography [1].
It is also called Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, named after the octopus trap called 'tako tsubo' in Japan, since the heart assumes a shape similar to the octopus trap-narrow near the opening, and widening at the base or lower portion.
Tsubo, "The study of frost occurrence in free state province of South Africa," Advances in Meteorology, vol.
[2.] Haregeweyn N, Tsunekawa A, Tsubo M, Meshesha D and A Melkie Analysis of the invasion rate, impacts and control measures of Prosopis juliflora: a case study of Amibara District, Eastern Ethiopia.
(20.) Yamashita M, Koishi K, Yamaya R, Tsubo T, Matsuki A, Oyama T.
Grade A rent increased 0.23% q-o-q to JPY 25,817 per tsubo per month.
The importance of studying the profile of light penetration in the maize canopy is justified by providing information about how the intercepted light favors the production of biomass and grain and relates to the characteristics of cereal plants in the sense that more light reaches the soil, favoring plants grown in intercropping systems, as in the case of beans in several Brazilian regions (TSUBO; WALKER, 2004).
Japanese doctors first recognized this syndrome around 1990 and named it Takotsubo cardiomyopathy; tako tsubo are octopus traps that resemble the unusual pot-like shape of the stricken heart.
Traditional Echizen ware is known for the small vessels called o-haguro tsubo (tooth-blackening jars).
"However, retailers are considering "secondary locations and showing a reluctance to pay record high rates." Q1 2013 Q1 2013 US$ Per [euro] Per Q1 2013 Local Sq Ft Sq M Currency Rent/ Markets Per Annum Per Annum Measurement Hong Kong $4,328 36,351 [euro] HK$ 2,800 psf pm New York $2,970 24,944 [euro] US$ 2,970 psf pa London $1,053 8,843 [euro] 1,100 [pounds sterling] ITZA pa Paris $1,050 8,820 [euro] 14,000 [euro] ITZA pa Sydney $1,018 8,549 [euro] AUS$ 10,525 psm pa Tokyo $895 7,519 [euro] JPY 250,000 per tsubo pm Melbourne $851 7,148 [euro] AUS$ 8,800 psm pa Zurich $822 6,905 [euro] CHF 8,400 psm pa Brisbane $739 6,209 [euro] AUS$ 7,645 psm pa Moscow $739 6,203 [euro] US$ 7,950 psm pa Source: CBRE Research, Q1 2013.