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Cruz Police Station said Arabe was buying bread while Ajon was smoking nearby when the four gunmen arrived and shot them.
In the register of the parish of Regla, for example, is found the May 1904 baptism of Jose Ajon y Balloveras (no race provided).
Moriyama is semi-retired, along with his partner of 40 years, Ted Teshima, but the firm is now led by long-time partners Daniel Teramura and Diarmuid Nash, and two of Moriyama's children: his sons Jason, who collaborated closely with him on the museum's design, and Ajon. Moriyama acknowledges their contributions with the proud air of the patriarch of a family business, giving credit also to Griffiths Rankin Cook.
Seoul, South Korea, in 1989 and 1991, respect respectively and his PhD degree from Ajon University, Suwon.
Jeong-Chull Yoon received his BS and MS degrees from Ajon University, Suwon, South Korea.
Instead of pesticides, aromatic plants such as sacha culantro and ajon joli are grown in the garden as natural insect repellents.
Gimillano Ajon, 50, Barangay 358, Zone 36 councilor, meanwhile, is still confined at the intensive care unit of University of Sto.
AJON McSHANE'S injury jinx has struck again as the hamstring injury the Hamilton striker suffered against Raith Rovers on Saturday looks to have ended his season.
Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor, (L) Moench) maize (Zea mays) and millet (Eleusine corocana) grains are used in the production of several traditional alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages such as Bushera, omuramba, tonto and ajon in addition to Kwete [3], [4].