KANAE


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KANAEKansas Association for Native American Education (McPherson, KS)
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Despite facing some difficulties, Nick says his family is a constant source of inspiration to him, and his wife Kanae is always by his side through their ups and downs.
That's because Chihira Kanae, despite her lifelike features and long brown hair, is a robot, the third version of a robot in human form developed by Toshiba and can only answer pre-programmed questions.
Forests cover about 30% of the total global land area, but E[T.sub.0] from forests accounts for 45% of the total E[T.sub.0] from the global land surface (Oki and Kanae 2006; Matsumoto et al.
Academics who share the view of the Japanese government have formed Senkaku Kenkyukai (the Senkaku Islands Study Group), including Okuhara Toshio (Kokushikan University) and Hayashi Moritaka (Waseda University), and international lawyers whose institutional affiliations vary, including Matsui Yoshiro (Nagoya University), Taijudo Kanae (Kyoto University), Midorima Sakae (Okinawa International University), Nakazato Yuzuru (Kobe University), and Ozaki Shigeyoshi (Tsukuba University) (Urano 2002).
The second part of the film revolves around a third character, Kanae Sumida, a girl who has fallen in love with Tono and grapples with telling him about her feelings.
Playing against a superior Japanese combination of Kanae Hisami and Junri Namigata, the Indians held on their nerves to win 7- 5, 5- 7, 10- 8.
Designers: Hirohito Totsune, Kanae Sukegawa, Shuhei Kobayashi--Sirius Lighting Office Inc.
We're starting with two guest editors who helped with this issue: Lee Cataluna and Lisa Linn Kanae. And there are others who will be sharing the multitude of tasks involved in invigorating Bamboo Ridge and bringing it into the electronic age.
(23) Pokhrel, Y.N., Hanasaki, N., Yeh, P.J.-F., Yamada, T.J., Kanae, S.
TOKYO - Kanae Komatsu has been a trainer of killer whales at Kamogawa Sea World, an aquarium in Chiba Prefecture, for more than five years, teaching them tricks to perform in a show.
"Many of these regions are already notorious for (being) flood-prone," said Shinjiro Kanae, a civil engineer at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, who took part in the modelling.