Synonyms for mitsuhiko or Related words with mitsuhiko
Examples of "mitsuhiko"
(written: 光彦) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
The game's music was composed by Yoshino Aoki and
Takano and released as the second disc of the compilation.
The game's music was composed by Yoshino Aoki and
Takano and released as the first disc of the compilation.
cross the bridge while Genta follows slowly behind. A sign tells them that anyone that weighs more than 40 kg can not cross the bridge. Ayumi and
figure out the clue, "The thin pirate would laugh, while the fat one would cry.". Ayumi and
find the third stamp, and find the second clue, "Pirates don't cry.". Conan comes and proclaims that sign is just a hint and is not the actual bridge limit and crosses. They all return to the lodge for dinner.
In August 2008, Tabuse signed for Japan Basketball League side Link Tochigi Brex. Tochigi's head coach
Kato was in charge of the basketball club of Noshiro Technical High School when Tabuse played for the school.
Kozuka was born on February 27, 1989 in Nagoya, Japan. His father, Tsuguhiko Kozuka, competed in singles skating at the 1968 Olympics; his mother, Sachiko, competed in ice dancing; and his grandfather,
Kozuka, was prominent in early Japanese skating.
Since 2015, the current Ambassador of Japan to Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago is His Excellency Mr.
Afterwards, three muscular men walk past them and Conan proclaims they're treasure hunters. Ayumi,
and Genta are excited there is a hidden treasure on the island. They are driven to an inn owned by Mima Kasuo. Iwanaga helps them plan their activities. The Junior Detective League are going on a treasure hunt, Ran and Sonoko are going diving, and Kogoro is going drinking.
is a mystery novel series created by Japanese author Yasuo Uchida. Many of the novels have been made into 2 hour one-episode drama by several different networks with the different casts. Sawamura played the protagonist
Asami from part 14 in the series originally aired on TBS.
Chemistry Letters is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Chemical Society of Japan. It specializes in the rapid publication of reviews and letters on all areas of chemistry. The editor-in-chief is
Shionoya (University of Tokyo). According to the "Journal Citation Reports", the journal has a 2014 impact factor of 1.23.
Foreign relations between Barbados and Japan were formally established on 29 August 1967. Japan is accredited to Barbados from its regional Embassy in Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago) and an honorary consulate in the parish of Saint George. Barbados is represented in Japan through a non-resident ambassador in Bridgetown. Japan's new Ambassador for Barbados,
Okada announced a new direct embassy to Barbados would be established located in Bridgetown In February 2016 .
The next day Ran plays the piano while the kids sing the Teitan Elementary School anthem. Akiba comments on their performance; Genta is too loud,
is not putting enough feelings into it as he was staring at Ai, Ai is singing like an adult, Ayumi is perfect, and Conan is off key the whole time. He is revealed later to have perfect pitch. Genta steals a drink of Akiba's tea and suffers in agonizing pain.
Massironi lent her voice to many Italian versions of cartoon or anime characters (both female and male), such as Dan Kuso in "Bakugan Battle Brawlers", Caska in "Berserk", Daichi in "Beyblade G-Revolution", Chun Lee in "", Li Syaoran in "Card Captor Sakura",
Tsuburaya in "Detective Conan", Comet in "Princess Comet", Laura and Videl in "Dragon Ball", Haku in "Naruto", Clancy Kanuka in "", Lady Kale in "Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders", and Jaden Yuki in the second season of "Yu-Gi-Oh! GX".
On display there, there are many kinds of helicopters and planes. While there, Agasa tries to give a quiz, only to be intercepted by
. Mitsuhiko's quiz: Three guys, born on New Year's Day, April Fool's, and Children's Day formed a club. What was their club called? The answer: Tonakai (Reindeer). If you add up their birthdays, they become To-na-kai, a kind of gorowase. Once Conan answers the quiz, they see Shishido Eimei taking pictures around the museum. Back at the Mouri Detective Agency, Jo Murakami is shown knocking on the door. When he gets no answer, he leaves.
Conan, Kogoro, Ran, Ayumi, Genta,
and Haibara are invited to visit a client in a hotel beside a theme park called Miracle Land. Ran and the kids leave after being given free theme park wristbands, while Conan and Kogoro are forced by the client to solve a mystery to remove the wrist watches, which are set to detonate. The client also reveals that the wristbands given to Ran and company are set to detonate should they leave the premises. The mystery man reveals that two other detectives gave up, one killed, while one is still working.
After boarding the ship, the participants are gathered at a meeting room. While the Chief Navigator Fumitada Inoue is explaining about the exercise schedule, Ran mentions that her watch was broken and sent to be repaired.
then lends her his waterproof radio-controlled watch, which sets itself at 5 AM and 5 PM every day according to radio transmitters. Suddenly, they hear a strange loud sound. Fumitada explains that it was just the sound of the pumping system operating, however, Conan wonders whether that was really the case.
Benner is one of a number of researchers, including Eric T. Kool, Floyd E. Romesberg, Ichiro Hirao,
Shionoya and Andrew Ellington, who have created an extended alphabet of synthetic bases that can be incorporated into DNA (as well as RNA) using Watson-Crick bonding (as well as non-Watson-Crick bonding). While most of these synthetic bases are derivatives of the A, C, G, T bases, some are different. While some are in Watson-Crick pairs (A/T, C/G), some are self complementing (X/X). Thus the genetic alphabet has been expanded.
is a side story included in volume 2. It is a fable set in the far future, at a time when the sun and rain are man-made and cows have died out. Because of this, humans develop a being that consists of a cow's DNA, treating them in the exact way as they would a normal cow. The being is very similar to a human, only adopting ears and a humorous outfit consisting of a cow bell and long dress-like outfit in difference. In the fable, a boy named
confronts a cow (Lamda) owned by his father's ranch and the story goes on from there. The story expands and relationships develop and it all becomes very heart-wrenching and sweet.
It is three years prior to the movie events where Shinichi tries to find a witness to confirm a man's alibi for innocence from the murder of his grandmother; apparently he passed out drinking the day he was supposed to meet his grandmother. The clues are a black lab the man saw when he was drunk and the wall which blocks his view. Genta, Ayumi, and
are shown in Kindergarten but they are too young to confirm the man's alibi. Shinichi solves the case with the help of his father. In the end, he walks down a path with Ran they notice woman starts singing; the song happens to be "Amazing Grace". Conan voices that the song he heard will be important in the case three years from now.
Triple resonance experiments are a set of multi-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) experiments that link three types of atomic nuclei, most typically consisting of H, N and C. These experiments are often used to assign specific resonance signals to specific atoms in an isotopically-enriched protein. The technique was first described in papers by Ad Bax,
Ikura and Lewis Kay in 1990, and further experiments were then added to the suite of experiments. Many of these experiments have since become the standard set of experiments used for sequential assignment of NMR resonances in the determination of protein structure by NMR. They are now an integral part of solution NMR study of proteins, and they may also be used in solid-state NMR.
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