SUWA


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SUWASouthern Utah Wilderness Alliance
SUWASingapore-University of Washington Alliance (Seattle, WA)
SUWAScripture Union Western Australia (Mount Hawthorn, Western Australia, Australia)
SUWASurgical Unit without Admission
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Saint-Gobain Seals Group manufactures sealing and polymer solutions throughout the world with sites located in the Americas, Europe and Asia such as Garden Grove, California, USA; Kontich, Belgium; Kolo, Poland; Willich, Germany; Minhang, Shanghai, China and Suwa, Japan.
Joining ASU's Kimbel as co-authors are Gen Suwa (University of Tokyo Museum), Berhane Asfaw (Rift Valley Research Service, Addis Ababa), Yoel Rak (Tel Aviv University) and Tim White (University of California at Berkeley).
Gen Suwa, an anthropologist from the University of Tokyo Museum, have overturned the common assumption that manual dexterity evolved after the development of bipedal locomotion freed hominid hands to use fingers for tool manipulation.
El Suwa o cuerpo de conocimientos que define la forma en que los bribri interpretan la realidad, nos ensena a traves del mito--al igual que el Timeo o de la Naturaleza de Platon--, la cosmovision de un pueblo.
Hajime Suwa, head of debt capital markets, said, 'We're having a tough time with the Samurai business.
With: Asami Usuda, Takahiro Miura, Yo Takahashi, Marika Matsumoto, Mari Hayashida, Taro Suwa, Riki Miura, Yushi Ozawa, Tei Ryushin, Zhang Tianxiang.
One of those seemingly incomprehensible war stories came out over the weekend about a violin gifted to Japanese musician Nejiko Suwa by the infamous Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.
In the evenings, Taste presented conceptual, collaborative dinners cooked up by chefs, designers, and performance artists like Ayako Suwa.
Fuji, as well as the more off-the-beaten-path locations including Lake Suwa, Takayama and Kanazawa.
A Shinto ritual was held Monday on the frozen surface of Lake Suwa to predict the year's social situations and the prospects for crop harvests and weather from a streak of elevated ice cracks, a natural phenomenon observed Saturday on the Nagano Prefecture lake for the first time in four years.