AKIRA


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AKIRAArtificial Knowledge Interface for Reasoning Applications
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Aeth mam Akira a hi i'r deintydd ym mis Gorffennaf y llynedd, a dyna ble daeth y newyddion drwg: roedd agwedd ddiog Akira tuag at ofalu am ei dannedd yn golygu y byddai hi angen tynnu dannedd yn yr ysbyty - saith ohonyn nhw
Alex told Rieko, 20, and Akira, 22, "you two are big" but did not twig who they were.
For that reason, Sonakshi's Akira is imagined dutifully with cliches one associates with male protagonists in commercial Hindia cinema.
This phenomenon, discussed in the paper with reference to Akira, appears surprisingly common and could be generally applicable to all quiescent galaxies," the researchers said in the statement.
He will take over from our current CRO, Akira, who built a very strong enterprise risk management function over the past years.
The ground-breaking masterpieces of filmmaker, film producer and screenwriter Akira Kurosawa (March 23, 1910 - Sept 6, 1998), have inspired such movie makers as George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Oliver Stone and Francis Ford Coppola and Kurosawa's influence can be seen in classic movies such as Star Wars, The Magnificent Seven and A Fistful of Dollars.
AKIRA BACK WHO Akira Back is a noted celebrity chef from Las Vegas who fuses traditional and cutting edge cuisine with great flair.
The delegation led by Akira Muto arrived in Tashkent to hold next round of political consultations between Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan and Japan.
Akira Ouchi Consul General of Japan expressed his great pleasure in the realization of this project and sincerely hoped that this project would provide more people in Southern Sindh with free eye treatment with good quality.
The challenge to come up with a concept like Akira is something very personal for me," says Cobonpue, a close friend of Marvin Agustin, the co-founder of the SumoSam Group, the mother company of Akira.
In Fireball ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Kaenkyu, 1979), an early unfinished work that prefigures many of the themes in Akira, the eponymous detonation is not atomic, but psychic in nature--a "little sun" unleashed upon the earth, the convulsive telekinetic reaction of a character to his brother's death.
Speaking on the occasion, the Consul General of Japan in Karachi, Akira Ouchi, said that the event would apprise the visitors of the rich cultural diversity of Japan as well as its traditional and modern culture.