IKKO


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IKKOInternational Kenpo Kai Organization
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As with Uematsu's 2007 volume, Ikko's Beauty Magic (Figure 2) makes use of the phrase 'to become loved' in the subtitle aisare-gao no maiku no recipe (recipe for lovable face makeup).
Over the past day they attacked Tall-Bazzam, and Maan (two times) in Hama province, and Ikko in Lattakia province," the bulletin read, Sputnik reported.
Noda also tapped DPJ lower house member Ikko Nakatsuka, who is also close to Ozawa, as senior vice minister of the Cabinet Office, apparently to maintain harmony within the party.
Fukui was responding to a question by Ikko Nakatsuka of the opposition Democratic Party of Japan.
Principal battles: Okehazama (near Anjo) (1560); Inabayama (Gifu) (1567); siege of Chokoji (1570); Nagashino (1575); campaigns against Ikko in Echizen (region surrounding Fukui) (1575-1576), and Kaga (1580); Noto campaign (1582); Shizugatake (near Biwa Ko) (1583).
Ikko Tanaka, an internationally noted graphic designer, died of acute heart failure Thursday night at a hospital in Tokyo's Shinjuku Ward, his family said Friday.
Insurgents attacked the following towns over the past day: Rasha, Nahshabba, Ikko in Lattakia province and Western outskirts of Aleppo city (two times)," Lt.
Four other shoko lenders -- Shohkoh Fund and Co., Shinki Co., Ikko Corp.
"Over the past day, insurgents have attacked the settlements of Dwyer-El-Akrad (four times), Arafit (three times), Safsafa (three times), Ikko (twice), Jubb al-Zaur (twice), Kalaba (twice), Beit Smayra, Kara Kilisa, Kinsabba, Beit Sivan, Qellaz, Tuffakiya (twice), Sandran, Harab-al-Hizato, as well as positions of government forces near Jebel-Castro, Lattakia province, districts of Makenis-Ed-Duwairi (four times), Ballyrmoun (twice), al-Zahra (twice), Hara, Halab Al-Jadida, Benjamin, research center (twice) and the sector of the Castello and western outskirts of the city of Aleppo," Lt.
"The Syrian Armed Forces have attacked the militants from two different directions and looking to break-through the enemy's lines of defense near the village of Ikko," the army added.
Following the capture of Burj Al-Qasab, the Syrian Armed Forces launched a massive assault on the strategic village of 'Ikko, striking militants' defenses from two different flanks before imposing full control over this mountaintop site located near the town of Kabani.
The terrorists were killed in the airstrikes in al-Farz, Salma, Ikko and Droushan in the Northern parts of the province.