Synonyms for miyoko or Related words with miyoko


Examples of "miyoko"
Kikuyo Ishikawa (freelance) vs. Miyoko Kusaka (GRABAKA)
Miyoko Kusaka (Grabaka) vs. Sachiko Yamamoto (Angura)
Miyoko Hirose (広瀬 美代子 "Hirose Miyoko", born March 5, 1959) is a former volleyball player from Japan, who was a member of the Japan Women's National Team that won the bronze medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics.
Miyoko Kusaka (, Grabaka Gym) vs. Yuka Okumura (, Soul Fighters Japan)
Misaki Takimoto (Zendokai Yokohama) vs. Miyoko Kusaka (Grabaka Gym)
Miyoko Kusaka (Grabaka) vs Yuka Okumura (Soul Fighters Japan)
Miyoko Kusaka (Grabaka Gym) vs. Mina Kurobe (K Taro Dojo)
Miyoko Kusaka (, Grabaka Gym) vs. Asami Higa (, S-Keep)
Yukiko Seki (, Fight Chix) vs. Miyoko Kusaka (, Grabaka)
Debuting with Jewels promotion, Yamada defeated Miyoko Kusaka by unanimous decision on at "Jewels 6th Ring".
Miyoko is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Miyoko is an homage to , the heroine of the "Inazuman" manga.
Miyoko Shito (市東 美代子 "Shitō Miyoko"): A friend of Shiina, she remains always nervous when she helps bully Hiroko because she fears Shiina's potential reaction. Her lack of confidence in her own strength undoubtedly leads to her involvement in the group that bullies Hiroko. The night that the group rapes Hiro with a test tube, Miyoko is late to join them and gets beaten up by the rest of the bullies for her incompetence.
In her second consecutive loss, Ishikawa lost against Miyoko Kusaka by split decision on at "Jewels 7th Ring".
The incident was discovered when the suspects Miyoko Sumida () and Masanori Sumida () were arrested in November 2011.
Miyoko Akaza, (born February 10, 1944 in Aichi, Japan) is a Japanese actress. She is the wife of Toshiya Fujita.
Both opposition candidates published manifestos focoused on welfare, Miyoko Ankyu promised expanded health care schemes for elderly while Mariko Nozawa made poverty reduction a priorited issue.
Miyoko Azuma (born 10 March 1945) is a Japanese former swimmer. She competed in two events at the 1964 Summer Olympics.
After the deaths of Aki and Mihaya, Miyoko was the first one to realize that Hiroko's bullies were the ones being targeted, and tells the teacher about the bullying and her suspicions. Hiroko's dragon Oni appears at Shiina's school and rips Miyoko's left leg off of her body; Shiina prevents the dragon from killing Miyoko (although a last-minute expression of regret on Miyoko's part towards their treatment of Hiroko may have given Oni pause) . Miyoko is taken to the hospital, where she survives but must live the rest of her life in a wheelchair.
The List of Ambassadors from Japan to Lithuania started when Miyoko Akashi presented her credentials to the Lithuanian government in 2008.