UJOUnited Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg, Inc. (Brooklyn, NY)
UJOUniversity of Joensuu (est. 1969; Finland)
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80) A year after Heap's "Tiny Human" experiment, her blockchain collaborators, Ujo Music, posted a mea culpa of sorts, writing, "We want to solve all of your problems.
Then in Zuberec I met the autodidact violinist "ujo Vidiecan" whose song Zajacia (Hare Song) years later served as the basis of my piece Pocta hudcum (Homage to Fiddlers) for violin and cello (2006).
Brion MJ, Lawlor DA, Matijasevich A, Horta B, Anselmi L, Ara ujo CL, et al.
(13.) For example, see Barry Broadfoot, Years of Sorrow, Years of Shame: The Stories of Japanese Canadians in World War II (Don Mills 1977); Keibo Oiwa, ed., Stone Voices: Wartime Writings of Japanese Canadian Isseis (Montreal 1991); and Takeo Ujo Nakano and Leatrice Nakano, Within the Barbed Wire Fence: A Japanese Man's Account of His Internment in Canada (Halifax 1980).
Descenderia desde aqui, siguiendo el cauce del rio San Isidro y el Aller hasta Collanzo, y desde alli iria a Ujo, donde conectaria con las rutas inmediatamente occidentales, como la via de La Carisa.
UJO secured the development without competitive bids, a rare maneuver that did not go unchallenged.
(International sales: HanWay Films, London; Toho Co., Tokyo.) Produced by Michihiko Umezawa, Minami Ichikawa, Toichiro Shiraishi, Takahiro Ohno, Hirotsugu Yoshida, Masaaki Ujo. Executive producers, Toshiaki Nakazawa, Jeremy Thomas, Takashi Hirajo.
Ever since the Government decided to collect the broadcasting fee with the help of tax collectors, Branko Gorgevski from Dnevnik wonders whether this is only an overture with which the Public Revenue Office (UJO) will be authorized to conduct forced payment of other duties everywhere where the state cannot collect the money.