Synonyms for yurie or Related words with yurie

sakiko              sumiko              mayuko              mieko              utako              kumiko              nobuko              miwako              kazue              mitsue              makiko              yukiko              mitsugu              eriko              miyoko              etsuko              seiichiro              yumiko              yousuke              hiromasa              chiemi              rieko              harumi              masayo              mikako              kazuko              wakako              narumi              kuniko              mikiko              tomoko              yasuaki              hisae              fumiko              mihoko              kentarou              shozo              eisuke              akemi              torajiro              hidemi              ayuko              katsuko              mayumi              suguru              momoko              shinpei              chisato              katsuhisa              machiko             



Examples of "yurie"
Fifth Stage (5.0875 km) – Yurie Doi (Chiba Pref.) – 16:21
In 1992, Kim borrowed against his house and his credit cards to start Yurie Systems Inc. Within five years, Yurie was taken public in February 1997 and later named the #1 Hot Growth Company among all public companies in the United States by BusinessWeek in May 1997. In 1998, Kim sold the company to Lucent Technologies for $1.1 billion.
In the anime Kamichu!, Ino, Shika, and Chou are the three tiny spirits that the God Association sends to Yurie as assistants. Their names are puns, as they were given by Yurie for unrelated reasons but correspond to the animals that they resemble, as well as being a card combination.
Yurie Kato (born 1987) is a Japanese triathlete. She finished in second place at the 2014 ITU Triathlon World Cup event in Jiayuguan.
Nitani married the actress Yumi Shirakawa and their daughter, Yurie Nitani, is also an actress. He died of pneumonia on 7 January 2012.
The tournament was won by Japan, who claimed the first title by defeating China 3–1 in the final. Japan's Yurie Adachi and Azusa Nakaoku were the tournament's leading scorer and goaltender in save percentage respectively.
Yurie Tanaka (born 6 January 1989) is a Japanese biathlete. She competed in the 2014/15 World Cup season, and represented Japan at the Biathlon World Championships 2015 in Kontiolahti.
Ya-kyim (ヤキーム; "yakīmu") is a Japanese R&B and hip hop group. The group consists of one MC, Miku, and two singers, Alisa and Yurie. Ya-kyim disbanded in 31 December 2012.
Yurie is a petite, shy, and otherwise ordinary middle school girl who suddenly discovers that, overnight, she has become a ', a goddess in the Shinto sense. She has no idea what sort of goddess she is or what her powers are. Her friends give her the nickname "Kamichu", a portmanteau of "kami" (神, god) and "chūgakusei" (中学生, "middle school student"). In her journey she meets many other divinities and spirits, and learns the ways of the gods in order to become a great goddess herself. During the course of the series, Yurie grows more in being both a better goddess and as a person.
A television anime adaptation by Artland aired from October to December 2015. The series is directed by Kenichi Imaizumi and written by Yuka Suguro, with character design by Yurie Kuniyuki and music by Arte Refact. The opening theme is by Yuuhei Satellite. The anime is streamed worldwide by Crunchyroll.
Yurie Yoshinodou - The second wife of Denemon, she gave birth to 2 children: Kanae and Marie. It is said throughout the game that she was Denemon's most loved wife, but in reality, she was a bitter woman who conspired to kill him. She committed suicide out of paranoia that Denemon would kill her one day.
Miku, Alisa, and Yurie have been friends since childhood. Together in 1999, they participated as dancers in Japan's largest hip-hop-based gathering, B Boy Park, and it was also around that time that they began working as performers. They stayed active in Shibuya and officially became Ya-kyim in 2002, returning to the scene of B Boy Park with a live performance.
At age 37, having sold Yurie, he stayed on with Lucent, serving first as president of carrier networks (1998-1999), then as president of the optical networking group (2000-2001), where he orchestrated a multibillion-dollar business turnaround that propelled Lucent’s worldwide market share position from #4 in the optical space to #1 in four fiscal quarters.
Gornostayeva was renowned for having trained about 50 prize winners of international piano competitions, including Alexander Slobodyanik, Semion Kruchin, Valery Sigalevitch, Petras Geniušas, Dina Joffe, Yuri Lisichenko, Pavel Egorov, Alexander Paley, Eteri Andjaparidze, Ivo Pogorelich, Aleksandra Romanić, Sergei Babayan, Marian Pivka, Maxim Philippov, Vassily Primakov, Ayako Uehara, Maki Sekiya, Yurie Miura, Lukas Geniušas, Vadym Kholodenko, Stanislav Khristenko, Andrey Gugnin and others.
The concept for "Xenoblade Chronicles" originated in June 2006 when the game's executive director and lead writer, Tetsuya Takahashi, visualized and then constructed a model of two giant gods frozen in place with people living on their bodies. Development began that year under the title "Monado: The Beginning of the World", though it was eventually rebranded with its current title in honor of Takahashi's previous work. The script was worked on by Takahashi, anime writer Yuichiro Takeda, and in-house Nintendo writer Yurie Hattori. The music was handled by six different musicians, including first-timer and lead composer Manami Kiyota and industry veterans Yoko Shimomura and Yasunori Mitsuda.
Japan has qualified a total of four triathletes for the following events at the Games. Incoming four-time Olympian Hirokatsu Tayama and Ai Ueda secured their Olympic spots in the men's and women's triathlon, respectively, as a result of their gold medal triumph at the 2016 Asian Championships in Hatsukaichi. Meanwhile, Ueda's teammates Yurie Kato and 2010 Youth Olympic gold medalist Yuka Sato were ranked among the top 40 eligible triathletes in the women's event based on the ITU Olympic Qualification List as of May 15, 2016.
Yurie Nagashima rose to national fame in Japan after receiving the second annual Urbanart award hosted by the Parco Gallery in Tokyo in 1993 for a series of photographs depicting herself and her family in the nude. Nagashima was nominated for the award by Nobuyoshi Araki, one of Japan's best known photographers. At the time, Nagashima was still a student at Musashino Art University in Tokyo from where she graduated in 1995 with a BA in visual communication design. In 1995, Nagashima had a two-person exhibition with the American photographer Catherine Opie at the Parco Gallery, Tokyo. Following this encounter with Opie, Nagashima embarked on a MFA at the California Institute of the Arts under her tutelage.
"The Legendary Starfy" is the first game in the series to be released outside Japan. Nintendo of America previously found games in the series to be "too Japanese" for a North American release. The joint decision by Nintendo and Tose to finally release the "Starfy" series abroad came about because the Nintendo DS was doing well in the market. Yurie Hattori, assistant director for the "Starfy" series states "It's a game that's really the result of all the great ideas we had in ["Densetsu no Stafy"] 1-4. This is a really accessible game and a great starting point to bring it to the US." Very few changes were made for the game's English adaptation. To promote the game, a launch event was held at the Nintendo World Store in New York City on July 11, 2009.
The scenario was created by Takahashi, Yuichiro Takeda and Yurie Hattori. Takahashi was responsible for creating the main concept, but as he was going to be director and executive producer, he was unable to also take on full script-writing duties, so he asked Takeda to be his partner in creating the scenario. Takeda was a writer for anime who had previously collaborated with Takahashi on adaptations of the first "Xenosaga" game, in addition to writing the script for the Nintendo DS remake of "Xenosaga" and its sequel. Takahashi deliberately chose someone outside the video game industry as he wanted a different perspective on the story's pacing. Hattori was brought in during the early development stages due to her experience with scenarios for Nintendo games, which enabled her to look at Takahashi and Takeda's scenario from an objective viewpoint. A key element in the scenario was contrasting senses of scale, which Takahashi described as "contrasting the realms of the micro and the macro", while the main story themes were characters embarking on a great and evolving journey, and overcoming a predetermined future. Despite multiple fantasy elements, "Xenoblade Chronicles" is based within a science fiction premise, although such elements were kept low-key during the first part of the game.
The Katakuris are a four-generation family of failures: patriarch Masao Katakuri (Kenji Sawada), his wife Terue (Keiko Matsuzaka), his father Jinpei (Tetsurō Tamba), his formerly criminal son Masayuki (Shinji Takeda), his divorced daughter Shizue (Naomi Nishida), her child Yurie (Tamaki Miyazaki, who narrates the film), and their dog, Pochi. The family uses the father's redundancy pay to purchase a large old home situated on a former garbage dump near Mount Fuji that they have named the ‘White Lover's Inn'. They have the intention of converting it into a bed & breakfast, since the road running nearby is supposed to be expanded up to the house, which would bring many guests and tourists. However, the road hasn't been expanded yet and the Katakuris subsequently have no guests. When one finally shows up, a TV personality, sans clothes, he subsequently commits suicide during the night, and the Katakuris make the decision to save their business by burying the body and concealing the death. The second guest, a Sumo wrestler, also dies of a heart attack during a tryst with his underage girlfriend, who also dies.