Definitions

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  • proper noun A surname.

Etymologies

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From Japanese 小橋川.

Examples

  • But it is long past time to break the silence about their courage, to put faces and names with the courage, and to honor it by name: Davila, Hajiro, Hayashi, Inouye, Kobashigawa, Okutsu, Sakato,

    Remarks By The President At Medal Of Honor Ceremony

  • But it is long past time to break the silence about their courage, to put faces and names with the courage, and to honor it by name: Davila, Hajiro, Hayashi, Inouye, Kobashigawa, Okutsu, Sakato,

    Remarks By The President At Medal Of Honor Ceremony A

  • In late March, 1973, Parsels, Hefel and Kobashigawa were released from prisons in North Vietnam.

    Hefel, Daniel H.

  • In late March, 1973, Parsels, Hefel and Kobashigawa were released from prisons in North Vietnam.

    Parsels, John W.

  • In late March, 1973, Parsels, Hefel and Kobashigawa were released from prisons in North Vietnam.

    Kobashigawa, Tom Y.

  • In late March, 1973, Parsels, Hefel and Kobashigawa were released from prisons in North Vietnam.

    Lyon, James M.

  • "What attracted us was not only Cedars-Sinai's long-standing strengths in heart-related patient care and research, but the vision and leadership of Heart Institute Director Eduardo Marbán and his colleagues," Kobashigawa said.

    Newswise: Latest News

  • At the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute, Kobashigawa will serve as director of heart transplantation, director of advanced heart disease and as the institute's associate director for clinical affairs.

    Newswise: Latest News

  • Kobashigawa also leads a number of major multi-national clinical research studies.

    Newswise: Latest News

  • An associate director of the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute, Kobashigawa is a past president of the International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

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