UTSUUniversity of Teesside Students Union (UK)
UTSUUniversity of Toronto Students' Union (Canada)
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Utsu, "A statistical study of the occurrence of aftershocks," Geophysical Magazine, vol.
Similarly, the interpretation of emotion-related disorders as predominantly organ system disorders began in modern Japan during the Republican Era, which led to the definition of Utsu as "cultural" disorder [13].
An existing issue for many packaged toys, according to Eiji Utsu of Happinet's Original Toy Development Division, is that, because customers cannot directly play with the product, it becomes less appealing.
One example is "Mount Utsu" ("Utsuyama") from episode 9 of The Ise Stories (compiled from late-ninth through the early-eleventh centuries).
The differences in b-values among spatially different volumes are significant because the estimated probabilities that samples taken from contrasting regions come from the same population (Utsu, 1992) are low (Figure 8c).