YASU


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AcronymDefinition
YASUYet Another SecuROM Utility
YASUYorkshire Adult School Union (UK)
YASUYet Another Stupid User
YASUYouth Against Substance Use (Pennsylvania)
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Martha's decision to befriend Yasu ultimately creates hardships and challenges in her own life.
Yasu sigue: "No teniamos comida y mi madre decidio que fueramos al campo con unos parientes.
The technical and traditional peculiarities of the ingredients, sources and experience cultivated are unmatched, as Yasu and Toshi have quietly, but competitively gone after their culinary competition.
See Nevalainen & Raumolin-Brunberg (1996) and Naka yasu (2009).
Jason Clenfield, Mariko Yasu, and Stuart Biggs, "Hitachi Leads Rare Earth Recycling Efforts as China Cuts Access to Supply," Bloomberg, December 8, 2010, www.
A native of Yasu, Shiga Prefecture in western Japan, Yamakawa traveled to the northernmost Japanese prefecture for the first time when he was in his third year of university.
With LG Electronics selling an organic light-emitting diode television in South Korea and Samsung Electronics having yet to put an OLED TV on the market, the Korean giants are redoubling their production of LCD TVs, Jungah Lee and Mariko Yasu write.
Aomori Yamada edged Yasu of Shiga 4-2 on penalties in a battle of the heavyweights in the first round of the national high school championship on Monday.
Por una parte, la utilidad del producto ya no se ve ligada exclusivamente a su presencia puntual en el mercado yasu consumo posterior.
In November, Murata commenced the installation of a 1-MW solar system at its Yasu division in Japan's Shiga prefecture.
The group uses also Western instruments, such as the guitar, played by Yasu Murase, and the violin, played by Tomo Tajimi.
The delegation was headed by Shinji Kawasaka, chairman of the Asia-Pacific Economic and Environmental Research Society; and Yasu Nakashima, CEO, Japan and international director at LaSalle Investment Management.