OMAE

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OMAEOffshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering
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Omae, "Predisposing factors of recurrent embolization in cardiogenic cerebral embolism," Stroke, vol.
Omae, "Hypophosphatemia induced by intravenous administration of saccharated iron oxide," Klinische Wochenschrift, vol.
Omae, "Vascular changes underlying cerebral lesions in stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rats--A Serial Section Study," Acta Neuropathologica, vol.
There is some evidence that multicultural service-learning experiences can heighten racial awareness (Chang, Anagnostopoulos, & Omae, 2011; Endo, 2015; Renner, Price, Keene, & Little, 2004); however, not all service-learning experiences are equal, and it is important to consider how service-learning is structured and defined (Boyle-Baise, 2002).
[3.] Cummings KJ, Nakano M, Omae K, Takeuchi K, Chonan T, Xiao YL, et al.
Cuomo has restaurants in Tokyo like Salvatore Ningyocho, Xex Atago, Salvatore Nomura, Salvatore Xex Daikanyama and Teppanyaki at Xex Omae.
and Omae, A., "Improvement of Ride Comfort by Unsprung Negative Skyhook Damper Control Using In-Wheel Motors," SAE Int.
scholarship and individual characteristics such as epistemology (Austin & Beck, 2010) and expertise (Baskurt, 2011), as well as demographic factors including discipline (Lunsford & Omae, 2011) and rank (Glass, Doberneck, & Schweitzer, 2011).
Guedes Soares, "Filling missing observations in time series of significant wave height," in Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering (OMAE '95), C.
(15.) Okada Y Yamaguchi T Minematsu K, Miyashita T Sawada T Adoshima S, Fujishima M, Omae T.
(27.) Giuseffi SA, Wongtriratanachai P, Omae H, et al.