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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of east-central Honshu, Japan, on the Pacific Ocean northeast of Tokyo. It is the center of an important industrial area. Population: 198,000.

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  • — Mathew Honan Hitachi DZ-BD7HA $1,500    hitachi.com For its latest tapeless, Hitachi helped launch an entirely new media: 8-cm rewritable Blu-ray discs.

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  • Like many of its peers in the Japanese technology sector, Hitachi is gradually distancing itself from consumer electronics, where demand is volatile and cost competition from Asian rivals is fierce.

    Hitachi Posts Net, Plans Storage IPO

  • Hitachi is one of Japan's largest companies by revenue, with more than 900 subsidiaries at the end of 2009, of which 542 were based overseas.

    Hitachi Says Unit in Europe Fudged Sales for Five Years

  • An Hitachi is blaring above my head, but no one is paying the least attention to the news.

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  • Your favorite moments However, when you see the name Hitachi, you know you're getting a quality product.

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  • a long-term Hitachi fixture, who arguably helped push the company into the tight corner it's in today be the savior the company so urgently needs?

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  • We will donate all proceeds from the dinner directly to a special relief fund created for the Ibaraki prefecture, formerly known as the Hitachi province, to assist with the victims of this horrific disaster.

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  • With the four big remaining players looking committed to the business, "you can argue this is the final major consolidation," said Richard Kugele , an analyst at Needham & Co., referring to the Hitachi purchase.

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  • GE Hitachi, which is based in Wilmington, N.C., was established in 2007 by GE and Hitachi to serve the global nuclear industry.

  • "His suggestion that it is a misnomer to say that the ANC is benefiting from the deal with Eskom, as it is only investing in Hitachi, which is an international company, is ridiculous,"

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