shinju


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shinju

(ˈʃɪndʒuː)
n
(formerly, in Japan) a ritual double suicide of lovers
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The launch also coincides with Shinju Matsuri, or Festival of the Pearl, a truly unique Broome experience and the start of the Wildflower season in Western Australia, which is also an extremely popular sight-seeing activity for Japanese visitors to Perth.
English: Mahvish (92pc); Mathematics: Amal Das, Adarsh Shinju Chandran, Mahvish and Aiswarya Praveen (all 95pc); Physics: Mohammad Taha Shahid (95pc); Chemistry: Raseena Mariam (94pc); Biology: Raseena Mariam and Ahmed Mohammed Abutayub (both 90pc); Computer Science: Raseena Mariam and Adarsh Chandran (both 97pc); Economics: Athifa Sarafuddeen Thyvalappil (92pc); Business Studies: Fatima Muhammad Munir and Shirin Abdul Kadhar (both 95pc); Accountancy: Fatima Harun (72pc); and Informatics Practices: Wajeeha Muzafar Ali Zulfiqar (97pc).
Ryza was cited as the most brilliant performer among all of the film's participating cast members, with a pearl accessory from Yakushi Shinju as prize.
(2008), studying the muskmelon hybrids 'Maxim', 'Bonus no 2', 'Shinju 200', 'Fantasy' and 'Louis', as a function of the cultivation system (substrate and soil), observed a mean content of 15.77 mg of vitamin C 100 [mL.sup.-1], for the cultivation in soil.
(19) Shinju Fujihira, "Can Japanese Democracy Cope with China's Rise?" in Clash of National Identities, 44.
This same generous humanity Hearn sees in "Shinju" (Glimpses 286-93), an essay on the cult of suicide in Japan.
Por su parte, aunque el suicidio en principio puede representarse con facilidad mediante el guarismo que corresponde al numero de muertes voluntarias por ano en cada pais, la depuracion causal de esta cifra es clarificadora: discernir los moviles de la muerte voluntaria resulta crucial para ponderar las tasas de suicidio porque son diferentes el suicidio ritual (seppuku o harakiri, shinju, kamikaze), el enteramente patologico o "clinico" (producido, p.
Recently, 12 other NAVSUP FLC Yokosuka employees joined the effort, Yuko Takano, Kumiko Toi and her daughter Harmony, Kenji Abe, Shinji Kobayashi, Takeshi Ikeda, Shinju Watanabe, Akira Yahata, Tomoko Mitomori, Miki Inaba, Takayuki Fujita, Tetsu Hiyoshi and Masato Washizu.
Its centerpiece, in March, will be a high-profile production of Sonezaki shinju tsuketari Kannon meguri (The Love Suicide at Sonezaki), a classic bunraku drama written in 1703 by Chikamatsu Monzaemon.
Shea was overjoyed at turning the tables with Gloria De Campeao, who tracked runaway leader Jolie's Shinju before kicking on two out and, as usual, proving hard to pass.