IPU

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IPUInter-Parliamentary Union
IPUInvisible Pink Unicorn
IPUIndraprastha University
IPUInternational Pacific University (Japan)
IPUIntegrated Practice Unit (healthcare)
IPUIwate Prefectural University (Japan)
IPUImage Processing Unit
IPUIntegrated Police Unit (peacekeeping operations)
IPUIntellectual Property Unit (law enforcement)
IPUIntegrated Power Unit
IPUIntelligent Processing Unit
IPUIntegrated Production Umbilical (oil and gas drilling)
IPUIrrevocable Payment Undertaking (finance)
IPUInstruction Processing Unit
IPUInpatient Psychiatric Unit
IPUInternational Possibilities Unlimited (Silver Spring, MD)
IPUImposto Predial Urbano (Brazilian excise tax)
IPUInternational Partner University
IPUInformation and Publications (various organizations)
IPUIn-place Page Updating (aka AJAX)
IPUISDN-Datex-P-Umsetzer
IPUIndex Participation Units
IPUInteger Processing Unit
IPUIndustry Policy Unit (Australia)
IPUInternational Pedagogical University (Magadan, Russia)
IPUIncome Per Unique (website advertising revenue)
IPUInert Prefill Unit
IPUIsolated Power Unit
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The team travelled from Fukuoka Prefectural University in Tagawa, Kyusyu University in Fukuoka, Konan Women's University in Kobe, and Iwate Prefectural University in Takizawa, with the hope of takingideas back to Japan.
Iwate Prefectural University President Makoto Taniguchi urged Koizumi to go back to the vision he delivered in a policy speech in January 2002 in Singapore, in which he called for creating a regional community by deepening cooperation with China and South Korea as a ''significant force in propelling this community.''
Nishizawa, 75, is now president of Iwate Prefectural University and has received two awards from the IEEE, a nonprofit technical professional association with more than 377,000 individual members in 150 countries.
On Tuesday afternoon, the emperor and empress visited Mie Prefectural College of Nursing in Tsu, the capital of the western Japan prefecture, and observed a long distance-learning class in which students are linked to the Iwate Prefectural University's nursing department via a high-speed optic fiber network.