from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of eastern Shikoku, Japan, on the Inland Sea. It is a major port and manufacturing center. Population: 267,000.
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- proper n. a city in Japan.
- proper n. a prefecture in Japan.
- proper n. A surname.
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In rural areas such as Tokushima Prefecture, on the southwestern island of Shikoku, the situation is even worse.
Michio Shimabukuro is a professor in cardio-diabetes medicine at the University of Tokushima in Tokushima, Japan.
A Personal Journal article Tuesday on the effects of holiday eating incorrectly said the University of Tokushima is in Okinawa.
La Biblioteca de la Prefectura de Tokushima | [bauen]
De la imatge [Consulta: 11 de setembre de 2009] “Tokushima Prefectural Library”.
Even in healthy people, eating a fatty meal can impair the proper functioning of cells that line the blood vessels, potentially making them more susceptible to atherosclerosis, the condition leading to heart attack or stroke, according to research by Michio Shimabukuro , a professor in cardio-diabetes medicine at the University of Tokushima in Okinawa, Japan.
It arrived late last Tuesday over the southern part of Tokushima Prefecture on the island province of Shikoku, bringing strong winds of over 90mph.
Japan Earthquake Animal Support is a wonderful coalition of charities brought together for the animals' plight; they include HEART- Tokushima, Animal Garden Niigata, and Japan Cat Network.
Shionomisaki received 121mm of rain in 12 hours on Saturday, and the city of Tokushima received similar amounts.
"As uncertainty over the economic outlook — mainly in the U.S. — grows, we cannot let our guard down against downside risks to our economy," Ryuzo Miyao told business leaders in Tokushima, southern Japan.