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The Japan Scholarship Foundation has Bad Student Loan of 150 Billion Yen 

 

The bad student loan held by the Japan Scholarship Foundation have exceeded more than 150 billion yen. Amid the recession, the increasing number of people can't afford to pay the loan back on their low salary. Furthermore, there is problems with the loose loan collection methods conducted by the foundation. At any rate, the scholarship system may collapses unless urgent countermeasures are required.

 

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The Japan Scholarship Foundation has Bad Student Loans of 150 Billion Yen 

 

The bBad student loans held by the Japan Scholarship Foundation have exceeded more than 150 billion yen. Amid the current recession, an the increasing number of people can't afford to pay their loans back on their low salaryies. Furthermore, there is a problems with the loose loan collection methods1 used conducted by the foundation. At any rate, the scholarship program system may collapses unless urgent countermeasures are required implemented immediately.

 

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The Japan Scholarship Foundation has Bad Student Loans of 150 Billion Yen 

 

Bad student loans held by the Japan Scholarship Foundation have exceeded 150 billion yen. Amid the current recession, an increasing number of people can't afford to pay their loans back on their low salaries. Furthermore, there is a problem with the loose loan collection method used by the foundation. At any rate, the scholarship program may collapse unless  countermeasures are implemented immediately.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Timxtomi, 31 October 11j

 

"Bad Loans held by the Japan Scholarship Foundation exceeds 150 billion yenh

 

The outstanding balance of bad scholarship loans amounted to more than 150 billion yen on the balance sheet of the Japan Scholarship Foundation. Amid this prolonged depression, more and more people are finding it difficult to repay their scholarship loans with their meager salaries. Besides, the foundation has not been tough on these non-paying obligors. At any rate, something has to be done before the scholarship system collapses.

 

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"Bad Lloans held by the Japan Scholarship Foundation exceeds 150 billion yenh

 

The outstanding balance of1 bBad scholarship loans have amounted to more than 150 billion yen on the balance sheet of the Japan Scholarship Foundation. Amid this prolonged depression, more and more people are finding it difficult to repay their scholarship loans with their meager salaries. Besides, the foundation has not been tough on these non-paying obligors. At any rate, something has to be done before the scholarship system collapses.

 

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"Bad loans held by the Japan Scholarship Foundation exceeds 150 billion yenh

 

Bad scholarship loans have amounted to more than 150 billion yen on the balance sheet of the Japan Scholarship Foundation. Amid this prolonged depression, more and more people are finding it difficult to repay their scholarship loans with their meager salaries. Besides, the foundation has not been tough on these non-paying obligors. At any rate, something has to be done before the scholarship system collapses.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiKalo, 4 October 10j

 

"Unpaid Loans of the Japan Scholarship Foundation Has Topped 150 Billion Yenh

 

The Japan Scholarship Foundation has accumulated unpaid student loans totaling more than 150 billion yen. This is partly because an increasing number of graduated students canft afford to pay back their loans under the current economic recession. Besides, the foundation doesnft call for the repayment of the loans with urgency. If the foundation doesnft take any measure against these unpaid loans, its scholarship system will collapse.

 

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"Unpaid Loans of the Japan Scholarship Foundation Has Have Topped 150 Billion Yenh

 

The Japan Scholarship Foundation has accumulated1 unpaid student loans totaling more than 150 billion yen. This is partly because an increasing number of graduated students canft afford to pay back their loans under the current economic recession. Besides, the foundation doesnft call for the repayment of the loans with rigor and urgency. If the foundation doesnft take any measure against these unpaid loans, its scholarship system will collapse.

 

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"Unpaid Loans of the Japan Scholarship Foundation Have Topped 150 Billion Yenh

 

The Japan Scholarship Foundation has unpaid student loans totaling more than 150 billion yen. This is partly because an increasing number of graduated students canft afford to pay back their loans under the current economic recession. Besides, the foundation doesnft call for the repayment of the loans with rigor and urgency. If the foundation doesnft take any measure against these unpaid loans, its scholarship system will collapse.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚RiP&C, 27 July 08j

 

"Recovery of 150 Billion Yen Scholarship of The Japan Scholarship Foundation is Very Difficult"

 

The Japan Scholarship Foundation (JSF) has incurred overdue credit of scholarship. And the credit increased and increased, at last has been over 150 billion yen. Even if debtors get regular job, they have to content their selves with low salary because of present depression. Therefore, the debtors who cannot pay back their debts have been increasing. The other hand, JSF doesn't call against debtors strictly. Anyway if the present condition doesn't improve, the system of scholarship of JSF will perish.

 

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"Recovery of 150 Billion Yen Scholarship of The Japan Scholarship Foundation is Very Difficult"

 

The Japan Scholarship Foundation (JSF) has is incurreding an increasing amount of overdue repayment credit of its scholarships. And the amount of overdue repaying has been credit increaseding year after year and now and increased, at last has reached been over 150 billion yen. Even if debtors get a regular job, they have to contentd their selves with a low level of salary because of the present depression. and Therefore, the debtors who cannot pay back their scholarship repayments debts have been increasing. On Tthe other hand, JSF has been rather lenient towards the repayment of scholarship doesn't call against debtors strictly. Anyway if the present condition doesn't improve, the JSF scholarship program system of scholarship of JSF will perish.

 

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"Recovery of 150 Billion Yen Scholarship of The Japan Scholarship Foundation is Very Difficult"

 

The Japan Scholarship Foundation (JSF) is incurring an increasing amount of overdue repayment of its scholarships. And the amount of overdue repaying has been increasing year after year and now has reached over 150 billion yen. Even if debtors get a regular job, they have to contend with a low level of salary because of the present depression and  cannot pay back their scholarship repayments. On the other hand, JSF has been rather lenient towards the repayment of scholarship. Anyway if the present condition doesn't improve, the JSF scholarship program will perish.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Qi‚³‚­‚çA17 January 07j

 

gJapan Scholarship Foundation has Bad Loans of 150 Billion Yenh

 

The amount of unreturned scholarship which should be repaid to the gJapan Scholarship Foundationh has accumulated more than 150 billion yen, because the number of people who can not pay back the scholarship is increasing. Under the current recession, people have managed to get a job but donft afford to pay it back from their cheep salaries. On the other hand, the foundation does not take tough measures to collect the loans. Anyway, inappropriate actions are not taken, the foundationfs scholarship program will collapse.

 

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gJapan Scholarship Foundation hHas Bad Loans of 150 Billion Yenh

 

The amount of unreturned1 scholarship which should be repaid to the gJapan Scholarship Foundationh has accumulated to2 more than 150 billion yen, because the number of people who can not pay back the scholarship is increasing. Under the current recession, even when people have managed to get a job, they often but donft cannot afford to pay it their scholarship back from their cheep salaries. On the other hand Besides3, the foundation does not take tough measures to collect the loans. Anyway, unless4 some inappropriate actions are not taken, the foundationfs scholarship program will collapse.

 

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gJapan Scholarship Foundation Has Bad Loans of 150 Billion Yenh

 

The amount of scholarship which should be repaid to the Japan Scholarship Foundation has accumulated to more than 150 billion yen, because the number of people who can not pay back the scholarship is increasing. Under the current recession, even when people manage to get a job, they often cannot afford to pay their scholarship back from their cheep salaries.  Besides, the foundation does not take tough measures to collect the loans. Anyway, unless some appropriate actions are taken, the foundationfs scholarship program will collapse.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚PiGPSA16 April 03j

 

gThe Japan Scholarship Foundation Holds 150 Billion Yen Unrecoverable Loansh

 

The amount of unpaid debt that scholarship recipients owe to the Japan Scholarship Foundation has now exceeded 150 billion yen. An increasing number of scholarship recipients have failed to pay back their loans partly because new graduates cannot afford to pay back their scholarships out of meager initial salaries in the current economic recession. But this is also partly because the Japan Scholarship Foundation has not tried hard enough get money back. Nevertheless, unless they take some action, the Foundation will face a risk of its own financial default.

 

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gThe Japan Scholarship Foundation Holds 150 Billion Yen in Unrecoverable Loansh

 

The amount of unpaid debt that scholarship recipients owe to the Japan Scholarship Foundation has now exceeded 150 billion yen1. An increasing number of scholarship recipients have failed to pay back their loans on time. This is2 partly because in the current economic recession new graduates cannot afford to pay back their scholarships out of their meager initial salaries in the current economic recession. But this It3 is also partly because the Japan Scholarship Foundation has not tried hard enough get money back4. Nevertheless, unless they take some action some measures are taken5, the Foundation will face a the risk of its own financial default.

 

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The Japan Scholarship Foundation now holds more than 150 billion yen in unrecoverable loans to its scholarship recipients.

 

2.       •¶‚ª’·‚­‚È‚é‚̂ŁA‚±‚±‚Å‚¢‚Á‚½‚ñØ‚Á‚½‚Ù‚¤‚ª—Ç‚¢‚Å‚·BŒã‘±‚Ì•¶‚Ƃ̑Ήž‚à‚æ‚­‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       ‚±‚Ì•¶‚à“ú–{ˆç‰p‰ï‚̉„‘؍Œ”Šz‚ª‘‰Á‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚錴ˆö‚Å‚·‚©‚çA‘O‚Ì•¶‚Ì“à—e‚Æ“¯‚¶Ží—Þ‚Å‚·B‹t‚Ì“à—e‚Å‚Í‚ ‚è‚Ü‚¹‚ñ‚©‚çAbut‚ÍŽg‚¦‚Ü‚¹‚ñB

 

4.       u“ú–{ˆç‰p‰ï‚̏§Šw‹à‚ÌŽæ‚è—§‚Ä•û–@‚͊¢Bv‚ðGPS‚³‚ñ‚ÍŠÈ—ª‚É The Japan Scholarship Foundation has not tried hard enough to get money back.‚Æ•\Œ»‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B•¶–¬‚©‚炱‚Ì•¶‚̈Ӗ¡‚Í—Ç‚­‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚·B‚à‚¤­‚µ“ú–{•¶‚É’‰ŽÀ‚É‚·‚é‚ƁAIt is also partly because the Japan Scholarship Foundation has been so lenient with the enforcement of scholarship pay back.‚Æ‚È‚é‚Å‚µ‚傤‚ªA‚±‚±‚ÍGPS‚³‚ñ‚Ì•\Œ»‚Ì‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚Å‚·‚ˁB

 

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gThe Japan Scholarship Foundation Holds 150 Billion Yen in Unrecoverable Loansh

 

The amount of unpaid debt that scholarship recipients owe to the Japan Scholarship Foundation has now exceeded 150 billion yen. An increasing number of scholarship recipients have failed to pay back their loans on time. This is partly because in the current economic recession new graduates cannot afford to pay back their scholarships out of their meager initial salaries. It is also partly because the Japan Scholarship Foundation has not tried hard enough get money back. Nevertheless, unless  some measures are taken, the Foundation will face the risk of its own financial default.

 

 

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“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚UiLucca, 19 November 11j

 

Abashiri Municipal Nursing School Was Closed

 

In Abashiri Municipal Nursing School, the 22nd graduation and closing ceremony were held at the same time on March 8, 2003. The school established 1953 ended its 50 year-long history. Its graduates have a license of practical nurse after taking a test. The enrollment in the school reached a peak in the 1970s but has been gradually declining. Only 17 students graduated in 2002 whereas the number of students in each grade is limited up to 60. 

 

The career as a nurse was very popular among young women when it was hard for them to find jobs, but they now have more career choice than it was back then. Also, the national government is aiming to integrate both licenses of practical nurse and registered nurse into one license in the early part of the 21st century. From these reasons, the city of Abashiri decided to close this school after considering its dead-end future and increasingly-difficult management.

 

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Abashiri Municipal Nursing School Was Will Be Closed in March1

 

In At the Abashiri Municipal Nursing School, the 22nd graduation ceremony and the school closing ceremony2 will be were held at the same time on March 8, 2003. The school was established in 1953 but will ended its 50 year-long history3. Its graduates have receive a license for of a practical nurse after taking a test. The enrollment in the school reached a peak in the 1970s but has been gradually declining since then. Only 17 students graduated in 2002 whereas the number of students in each grade can be as many as4 is limited up to 60. 

 

The career as aA nurse was a very popular career for among young women in the past when it was hard for them to find jobs., bBut now they now have more career choices than before it was back then. Also, the national government is aiming to integrate both a licenses for of a practical nurse and a license for a and registered nurse into one license in the early part of the 21st century. For From these reasons, the cCity of Abashiri has decided to close this school after considering its dead-end future and increasingly tough financial5 -difficult management.

 

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Abashiri Municipal Nursing School Will Be Closed in March

 

At the Abashiri Municipal Nursing School, the 22nd graduation ceremony and the school closing ceremony will be held at the same time on March 8, 2003. The school was established in 1953 but will end its 50 year-long history. Its graduates receive a license for  a practical nurse. The enrollment in the school reached a peak in the 1970s but has been gradually declining since then. Only 17 students graduated in 2002 whereas the number of students in each grade can be as many as 60. 

 

A nurse was a very popular career for young women in the past when it was hard for them to find jobs. But now they have more career choices than before. Also, the national government is aiming to integrate a license for a practical nurse and a license for a registered nurse into one license in the early part of the 21st century. For these reasons, the City of Abashiri has decided to close this school after considering its dead-end future and increasingly tough financial management.

 

 

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"Closure of Abashiri Municipal High School of Nursingh  

 

Abashiri municipal high school of nursing will end its 50-year-long history with its 22nd graduation ceremony on March 8, 2003. Established in 1953, the school has provided its students with a license as a vocational nurse upon graduation. The enrollment in the school which peaked in the 1970's has seen a gradual decline since then. In 2002, the number of the graduates from the school was only 17, although it could accept up to 60 students every year.

 

The period where it was difficult for women to enter employment, a nurse was very popular among women as a career they choose. The time has changed and women are now offered a wide range of vocational choices. In addition, the government aims to merge license systems for practical nurses and registered nurses in early years of 21th century. The City of Abashiri has decided to close the school in consideration of its diminishing significance and increasing difficulty in school management under a bleak outlook for the city.

 

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"Closure of Abashiri Municipal High School of Nursingh  

 

The Abashiri mMunicipal hHigh sSchool of nNursing will end its 50-year-long history with its 22nd graduation ceremony on March 8, 2003. Established in 1953, the school has provided its students with a license as a vocational practical nurse upon graduation. The enrollment in the school which peaked1 in the 1970's and then has been seen a gradually declineing since then. In 2002, the number of the graduates from the school was only 17, although it could accept up to 60 students every year.

 

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"Closure of Abashiri Municipal High School of Nursingh  

 

The Abashiri Municipal High School of Nursing will end its 50-year-long history with its 22nd graduation ceremony on March 8, 2003. Established in 1953, the school has provided its students with a license as a practical nurse upon graduation. The enrollment in the school  peaked in the 1970's and then has been gradually declining. In 2002, the number of the graduates was only 17, although it could accept up to 60 students every year.

 

During the period when it was difficult for women to enter employment, a nurse was very popular among women as their career. The time has changed and women are now offered a wide range of vocational choices. In addition, the government aims to merge the license systems for practical nurses and registered nurses in early years of the 21st century. The City of Abashiri has decided to close the school in consideration of its diminishing significance and increasing financial difficulty in managing the school under a bleak economic outlook for the city.

 

 

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On March 8, 2003, Abashiri Municipal High School of Nursing held its 22nd graduation ceremony. On that day, the school also held a closing ceremony and ended its 50-year-old history. The school opened in 1953 and has granted a certificate of practical nurse to its graduates.

 

The enrollment of the school peaked in the 1970s but it started to decline gradually. In 2002, only 17 students graduated while the school had 60 of the enrollment limit.

 

In the past, when women had difficulty finding a job, a lot of them chose to be a nurse. But now, women can choose from a variety of jobs. In the meantime, the national government is aiming to unify practical nurses into registered ones.

 

Under these circumstances, Abashiri City decided to close the school in light of the importance of existence and future perspective.

 

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gHigh School of Nursing in Abashiri City was Was Closedh

 

On March 8, 2003, Abashiri Municipal High School of Nursing held its 22nd graduation ceremony. On that day, the school also held a closing ceremony and ended its 50-year-old history. The school opened in 1953 and has granted a certificate of practical nurse to its graduates.

 

The enrollment of the school peaked in the 1970s but since then it has been started gradually to declineing gradually1. In 2002, only 17 students graduated while the school had the capacity of accepting 60 new students every year of the enrollment limit2.

 

In the past, when women had difficulty finding a job, a lot of them chose to be a nurse. But now, women can choose from a variety of jobs. In the meantime, the national government is aiming to integrate unify practical nurses into registered nurses ones.

 

Under these circumstances, Abashiri City decided to close the school after considering in light of the its declining importance of existence and poor3 future perspective in the city.

 

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gHigh School of Nursing in Abashiri City Was Closedh

 

On March 8, 2003, Abashiri Municipal High School of Nursing held its 22nd graduation ceremony. On that day, the school also held a closing ceremony and ended its 50-year-old history. The school opened in 1953 and has granted a certificate of practical nurse to its graduates.

 

The enrollment of the school peaked in the 1970s but since then has been gradually  declining. In 2002, only17 students graduated while the school had the capacity of accepting 60 new students every year.

 

In the past when women had difficulty finding a job, a lot of them chose to be a nurse. But now, women can choose a variety of jobs. In the meantime, the national government is aiming to integrate practical nurses into registered nurses.

Under these circumstances, Abashiri City decided to close the school after considering its declining importance and poor future perspective in the city.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Ri‚ ‚·‚©A9 January 10j

 

"Abashiri Nursing School Closed Down"

 

Abashiri Nursing School held their 22nd graduation ceremony and a closing ceremony on March 8, 2003. The school was established in 1953, and ended its 50 year history. After graduating the school, students were able to a qualify as a licensed practical nurse. The enrollment of the school reached a peak in 1953 but after that, it started to decline. In 2002, the first graders were limited to 60 whereas graduates were 17. When the employment was difficulty for women, there were many women who were aspiring nurse jobs. However currently jobs are diversified into various kinds of choices for women. The nation also moves toward the unification license practical nurses with registered nurses. The city of Abashiri was determined to close down the school after considering its significance of existence and management of schools for the future prospects.

 

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"Abashiri Nursing School Closed Down"

 

On March 8, 2003, Abashiri Nursing School held their its 22nd graduation ceremony1. On the same day, the school also held and a closing ceremony, ending its 50-year history. on March 8, 2003. The school was established in 1953., and ended its 50 year history. After When2 students graduatinged the school, they could students were able to a qualify as a licensed practiceal nurse. The enrollment of the school reached a peak in 1953 but after that, it started to decline. In 2002, the new students first graders were limited to 60 whereas the graduates were only 17. When the employment was difficulty difficult for women, there were many women who were aspiring to become a nurse jobs. However, currently over years, women3 have jobs are diversified into various kinds of jobs choices for women. Moreover, Japan The nation also has movesd toward the unification licensed practicale nurses with registered nurses. The cCity of Abashiri decided was determined4 to close down the school after considering its declining5 importance to the city and increasing difficulties in maintaining the school in the future significance of existence and management of schools for the future prospects.

 

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"Abashiri Nursing School Closed Down"

 

On March 8, 2003, Abashiri Nursing School held its 22nd graduation ceremony. On the same day, the school also held a closing ceremony, ending its 50-year history. The school was established in 1953. When students graduated the school, they could qualify as a licensed practice nurse. The enrollment of the school reached a peak in 1953 but after that, it started to decline. In 2002, the new students were limited to 60 whereas the graduates were only 17. When employment was difficult for women, there were many women who were aspiring to become a nurse. However, over years, women have diversified into various kinds of jobs . Moreover, Japan has moved toward the unification licensed practice nurses with registered nurses. The City of Abashiri decided to close down the school after considering its declining importance to the city and increasing difficulties in maintaining the school in the future .

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Qi‚³‚­‚çA18 January 07j

 

gClosing of Abashiri Municipal School of Nursingh

 

The twenty-second graduation ceremony of Abashiri Municipal School of Nursing was observed on March 8 in 2003. On the same day, the schoolfs closing ceremony was also conducted. The school has been run for fifty years since 1953. Students can receive a certificate entitled of junior nurse after graduating from this school. The enrollments peaked in 1970fs, but it gradually declined and there were only seventeen enrollees for its enrollment limit of sixty in the school year of 2002.

 

In times when women could not easily get a job, many of them selected to become a nurse. However, in these days, they have a wider selection of jobs. Besides, the central government plans to integrate senior nurse program and junior nurse program some time early in the twenty-one century. The Abashiri municipal government decided to close the nursing school after considering its significance of existence and foreseeing the future management.

 

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gClosing of Abashiri Municipal School of Nursingh

 

The twenty-second graduation ceremony of Abashiri Municipal School of Nursing was observed held on March 8 in 2003. On the same day, the schoolfs closing ceremony was also conducted. The school has been run for fifty years since 1953. Students can receive a certificate entitled of a junior nurse after graduating from this school. The enrollments1 peaked in the1970fs, but it gradually declined and there were only seventeen enrollees for its enrollment limit of sixty in the school year of 2002.

 

In times when women could not easily get a job, many of them selected wanted2 to become a nurse. However, in these days, they have a wider selection of jobs. Besides, the central government plans to integrate a senior nurse program and junior nurse program together some time early in the twenty-one first century. The Abashiri municipal government decided to close the nursing school after considering its significance of existence and foreseeing the its future management3.

 

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gClosing of Abashiri Municipal School of Nursingh

 

The twenty-second graduation ceremony of Abashiri Municipal School of Nursing was held on March 8 in 2003. On the same day, the schoolfs closing ceremony was also conducted. The school has been run for fifty years since 1953. Students can receive a certificate entitled of a junior nurse after graduating this school. The enrollment peaked in the1970fs, but it gradually declined and there were only seventeen enrollees for its enrollment limit of sixty in the school year of 2002.

 

In times when women could not easily get a job, many of them wanted to become a nurse. However, in these days, they have a wider selection of jobs. Besides, the central government plans to integrate a senior nurse program and junior nurse program together some time early in the twenty-first century. The Abashiri municipal government decided to close the nursing school after considering its significance of existence and foreseeing its future management.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚PiGPSA16 April 03j

 

gClosing of the Abashiri City Nursing Collegeh

 

On March 8, 2003, the 22nd graduating ceremony as well as a college closing ceremony will be held at the Abashiri City Nursing College. On that day, the College will be closed after providing fifty years of nursing education. The College opened in 1953 and have been granting a certificate of practical nurse to its graduates. The number of new students peaked in the 1970s and since then has been declining. In the 2002 academic year, only 17 students graduated out of the maximum capacity of 60 students.

 

There were many young women who want to be a practical nurse when it was difficult for women to go into professional occupations. But now women can go into many diversified fields of occupations. On top of it, the Government of Japan has a plan to unify practical and registered nurses together under one common qualification. The City of Abashiri has decided to close the College after considering the purpose and future prospect of the College.

 

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gClosing of the Abashiri City Nursing Collegeh

 

On March 8, 2003, the Abashiri City Nursing College is going to hold1 the its 22nd graduating ceremony as well as a its college closing ceremony will be held at the Abashiri City Nursing College. On that day, the College will be closed after providing close its fifty years of nursing education2. The College opened in 1953 and have has been granting a certificates of for practical nursinge to its graduates. The number of new students peaked in the 1970s and but3 since then has been declining. In the 2002 academic year, only 17 students graduated out of the a maximum capacity of 60 students.

 

There were many young women who wanted to be a practical nurse when it was difficult for women to go into professional occupations4. But now women can go into many diversified fields of occupations. On top of it that, the Government of Japan has a plan is planning to unify practical and registered nurses together under one common qualification. After considering the purpose and future prospect of the College5, tThe City of Abashiri has finally decided to close the College after considering the purpose and future prospect of the College.

 

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gClosing of the Abashiri City Nursing Collegeh

 

On March 8, 2003, the Abashiri City Nursing College is going to hold its 22nd graduating ceremony as well as its college closing ceremony . On that day, the College will close its fifty years of nursing education. The College opened in 1953 and has been granting certificates for practical nursing to its graduates. The number of new students peaked in the 1970s but3 since then has been declining. In the 2002 academic year, only 17 students graduated out of a maximum capacity of 60 students.

 

There were many young women who wanted to be a practical nurse when it was difficult for women to go into professional occupations. But now women can go into many diversified fields of occupations. On top of that, the Government of Japan is planning to unify practical and registered nurses together under one common qualification. After considering the purpose and future prospect of the College, the City of Abashiri has finally decided to close the College.

 

 

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“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚TiLucca, 22 November 11j

 

Sudden Death During Exercise

 

130 people die for a sudden death on average every year during their exercise. Most of the young people lost their lives when they were running and most of the middle age and elderly people did it when they were playing golf or gate ball. Hard sports aren't always the lead cause of sudden death. Sudden death during exercise is mainly caused by heart disease, happening in a wide age range without relation to the volume and type of exercise. Middle age and elderly people should check their hearts once a year by an electrocardiogram and echocardiography examinations. There is still a possibility of sudden death even if results of the examinations are not serious. However, you don't need to avoid exercising because exercise keeps your good health.

 

“Yí

 

Sudden Death During Exercise

 

A total of1 130 people die every year by for a sudden death on average every year during their exercise. Out of those 130 people2, Mmost of the young people lost their lives when they were running and most of the middle aged and elderly people died did it when they were playing golf or gate ball. Hard sports aren't always the leading trigger for cause of  sudden death. Sudden death during exercise is mainly caused by a heart disease, happening in to a wide age range of people regardless of without relation to the volume and type of exercise. Middle aged and elderly people should check their hearts once a year by an electrocardiogram and echocardiography examinations. There is still a possibility of sudden death even if the results of these examinations are all right3 not serious. However, you don't need to avoid exercising because exercise helps you keeps your body in good conditions health.

 

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1.       “à—e‚Ì‚·‚ׂĂª‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       ”Žš‚Å•¶‚ðŽn‚ß‚é‚Æ“Ç‚Ý‚É‚­‚¢‚Ì‚Å‚±‚̂悤‚É‚·‚é‚Æ‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

3.       ‚±‚̂悤‚ÈŒq‚¬‚ð‚ð“ü‚ê‚È‚¢‚Æ“Ç‚Ý‚É‚­‚¢‚Å‚·B

 

are not serious ‚Æ‚·‚é‚ƁA[‚Å‚Í‚È‚¢‚ª‰½‚©S‘ŸŽ¾Š³‚ª‚ ‚éA‚Æ‚¢‚¤ˆÓ–¡‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

Sudden Death During Exercise

 

A total of 130 people die every year by sudden death on average during exercise. Out of those 130 people, most of young people lost their lives when they were running and most of  middle aged and elderly people died when they were playing golf or gate ball. Hard sports aren't always the leading trigger for sudden death. Sudden death during exercise is mainly caused by a heart disease, happening to a wide age range of people regardless of the volume and type of exercise. Middle aged and elderly people should check their hearts once a year by electrocardiogram and echocardiography examinations. There is still a possibility of sudden death even if the results of these examinations are all right. However, you don't need to avoid exercising because exercise helps you keep your body in good conditions .

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Simxtomi, 31 October 11j

 

"Sudden Death during Exerciseh  

 

About 130 people die a sudden death during exercise nationwide every year. Intensity of exercise is not necessarily responsible for the death. By type of exercise, many of youngstersf sudden death occurred when they were jogging, while many of middle-aged and elderly people died when they were playing golf or gateball. Sudden deaths during exercise are mainly caused by cardiac disorder and occurr across generations irrespective of intensity of exercise. It is recommended that middle-aged check their cardiac conditions with an electrocardiogram or echocardiography every year. Even if the check showed no evidence of abnormalities, they cannot be 100% confident that they carry a zero risk of sudden death. Nevertheless, they do not have to be overly cautious about exercise. Exercises help them keep in good shape.

 

“Yí

 

"Sudden Death during Exerciseh  

 

About 130 people die a sudden death during exercise nationwide every year. The Iintensity of exercise is not necessarily responsible for the death. By type of exercise, many of youngstersf sudden deaths occurred when they were jogging, while many of middle-aged and elderly people died when they were playing golf or gate ball. Sudden deaths during exercise are mainly caused by cardiac disorders and occurr across a wide range of age groups generations irrespective of the intensity of exercise. It is recommended that middle-aged people check their cardiac conditions with an electrocardiogram or echocardiography every year. Even if when the test check showeds no evidence of abnormalities, they cannot be 100% confident that they carry a zero risk of sudden death. Nevertheless, they do not have to be overly cautious about exercise. A regular Eexercises helps them keep their bodies in good shape.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

"Sudden Death during Exerciseh  

 

About 130 people die a sudden death during exercise nationwide every year. The intensity of exercise is not necessarily responsible for the death. By type of exercise, many of youngstersf sudden deaths occurred when they were jogging, while many of middle-aged and elderly people died when they were playing golf or gate ball. Sudden deaths during exercise are mainly caused by cardiac disorders and occur across a wide range of age groups irrespective of the intensity of exercise. It is recommended that middle-aged people check their cardiac conditions with an electrocardiogram or echocardiography every year. Even when the test shows no evidence of abnormalities, they cannot be 100% confident that they carry a zero risk of sudden death. Nevertheless, they do not have to be overly cautious about exercise. A regular exercise helps them keep their bodies in good shape.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚RiKalo, 20 October 10j

 

"Sudden Death during Exerciseh

 

Every year, about 130 people on average die suddenly during exercising nationwide. Their deaths arenft necessarily attributed to exercising hard; young people die suddenly while jogging and middle-aged people do so while playing golf or gate ball. This fact shows that sudden death happens due to heart disease regardless of age and the kind of sports.

 

When you are middle-aged, you should have an examination for your heart at least once a year by electrocardiogram and echocardiograph. Even if there is nothing wrong with your heart, it doesnft mean that sudden death never happens to you. But you donft have to worry too much because exercise can keep you fit.

 

“Yí

 

"Sudden Death during Exerciseh

 

Every year, about 130 people on average die suddenly nationwide during practicing physical exercisinge1 nationwide. Their deaths arenft necessarily attributed to exercising hard; young people die suddenly while jogging and middle-aged people do so while playing golf or gate ball. This fact shows that a2 sudden death happens mostly due to a heart disease regardless of age and the kind of sports.

 

When you are middle-aged, you should have your heart an examinationed for your heart at least once a year by electrocardiogram and echocardiograph. Even if there is nothing wrong with your heart, it doesnft mean that a sudden death never happens to you. But you donft have to worry too much about exercising because exercise can keep you fit.

 

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1.       ’P‚Éduring exercise‚Å‚à‚æ‚¢‚Å‚·‚ªA‚±‚±‚Å‚Íphysical exercise‚Æà–¾‚µ‚Ä‚¨‚«‚Ü‚µ‚½B

 

2.       ‚ ‚é“Á•Ê‚ÈŽí—Þ‚ÌŽ€‚É•û‚È‚Ì‚Åa sudden death‚Æ‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B ‘è–¼‚Å‚Ía‚ðÈ—ª‚µ‚Ä‚ ‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

"Sudden Death during Exerciseh

 

Every year, about 130 people die suddenly nationwide during practicing physical exercise. Their deaths arenft necessarily attributed to exercising hard; young people die suddenly while jogging and middle-aged people do so while playing golf or gate ball. This fact shows that a sudden death happens mostly due to a heart disease regardless of age and the kind of sports.

 

When you are middle-aged, you should have your heart examined at least once a year by electrocardiogram and echocardiograph. Even if there is nothing wrong with your heart, it doesnft mean that a sudden death never happens to you. But you donft have to worry too much about exercising because exercise can keep you fit.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Qi‚³‚­‚çA22 January 07j

 

"Sudden Death in Sports"

 

About 130 people suddenly die during exercises across Japan on average year. Sudden death is not always caused by vigorous sports. Young people die most during jogging while middle-aged people die most during playing golf and gate ball. Sudden death in sports is mainly caused by heart diseases and it has no relationship with how hard the sport is. It strikes people without regard to age. If you turn middle-aged, you should see doctors to check your heart condition by using an electrocardiogram and an echocardiography. Even if any abnormality was not found, you cannot say that you are totally free from the risk of sudden death. However, you do not need to worry too much. Exercise is a good way to get in shape.

 

“Yí

 

"Sudden Death During Exercises1 in Sports"

 

About 130 people, on average,2 suddenly die during exercises across Japan on average a year. Sudden death is not always caused by vigorous sports exercises. Most3 Yyoung people die most during jogging while most middle-aged people die most during playing golf and gate ball. Sudden death in sports exercises is mainly caused by heart diseases and it has no relationship with how hard the sport exercise is4. It strikes people without regard to age. If you turn middle-aged, you should see a doctors to check your heart condition by using an electrocardiogram and an echocardiography. Even if any abnormality was is not found, you cannot say that you are totally free from the risk of sudden death. However, you do not need to worry too much about it. Exercise is a good way to get in shape.

 

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1.       sudden death in sports‚Æ‚·‚é‚ƁAƒXƒ|[ƒc‚̍Œ†‚É‘IŽè‚ª‰½‚ç‚©‚ÌŽ–ŒÌ‚ÅŽ€–S‚·‚éi—Ⴆ‚΃{ƒNƒT[j‚Æ‚¢‚¤ˆóÛ‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B‚±‚±‚Å‚Íexercise‚Å“ˆê‚·‚é‚Æ‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

2.       About130 people‚Æon average‚Í•¶’†‚Ì‹ß‚¢‚Æ‚±‚ë‚É’u‚­‚Æ‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

3.       Young people die most during jogging.‚Æ‚·‚é‚ƁAdie most‚Æ‘±‚«Amost‚ÍŽ€‚É•û‚Ì•›ŽŒ‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·BMost young people die ~ ‚Æ‚·‚é‚Ì‚ª‰p•¶•\Œ»‚Å‚·B“ú–{Œê‚ÌŠ´Šo‚©‚ç‚·‚é‚ƁAmost young people‚́u‚¦AŽá‚¢l‚Ì‘å•”•ª‚ªŽ€‚ʁHv‚Æ‚È‚è‚Ü‚·‚ªA‰p•¶‚Å‚Í•¶Í‚Ì“à—e‚©‚çu‰^“®’†‚ÉŽ€–S‚·‚éŽáŽÒ‚Ì‘å•”•ª‚́`v‚Æ‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

4.       ‚±‚Ì•¶‚Í“ú–{•¶‚Ì“à—e‚̏‡˜‚ƈقȂéêŠ‚É‚ ‚è‚Ü‚·‚ªA‰p•¶‚Å‚Í‚±‚̏‡˜‚Ì‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚¢‚Å‚·‚ˁB——R‚͉p•¶‚ł͐悸‹ï‘Ì“I‚È‚±‚Æ‚ðq‚ׂĂ©‚çAˆê”Ê“I‚È‚±‚ƂɈڂéŒXŒü‚ª‚ ‚é‚©‚ç‚Å‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

"Sudden Death During Exercises"

 

About 130 people, on average, suddenly die during exercises across Japan a year. Sudden death is not always caused by vigorous exercises. Most young people die during jogging while most middle-aged people die during playing golf and gate ball. Sudden death in exercises is mainly caused by heart disease and it has no relationship with how hard the exercise is. It strikes people without regard to age. If you turn middle-aged, you should see a doctor to check your heart condition by electrocardiogram and echocardiography. Even if any abnormality is not found, you cannot say that you are totally free from the risk of sudden death. However, you do not need to worry too much about it. Exercise is a good way to get in shape.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Piƒƒ“A16 April 03j

 

gSudden Death During Sport Activitiesh

 

Every year, about 130 people die suddenly during sport activities. Those sudden deaths do not necessarily happen during intense sport activities. Young people died suddenly most while they were engaged in running, while middle-aged and senior people died most while they were golfing and gate balling.

 

Heart diseases are the largest cause of the sudden deaths during sport activities and they can occur regardless of the age of people or the type of sport. However, it is advisable that any middle-aged person checks his or her heart condition before he or she starts a sport activity. Unfortunately, even if there is no heart disease, this does not mean that he or she is completely free from sudden death. But regular sport activity can generally improve our health condition and we should not become so nervous about starting a sport.

 

“Yí

 

gSudden Death During Sporting Activitiesh

 

Every year, about 130 people die suddenly during sporting activities1. Those sudden deaths do not necessarily happen during intense sporting activities. Young Most young people died suddenly most while they were engaged in running, while most middle-aged people and seniors people died most while they were golfing and gate balling2.

 

Heart diseases are is the largest cause of the sudden deaths during sporting activities and they it can occur regardless of the age of people or the type of sport. However, it is advisable that for3 any middle-aged person to checks his or her heart condition before he or she4 starts a sporting activity. Unfortunately, even if there is no heart disease, this does not mean that he or she is completely free from sudden death. But regular sporting activity can generally improve our onefs health condition and we should not become be so nervous about starting a sport.

 

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1.       ƒƒ“‚³‚ñ‚́u‰^“®’†‚Ì“Ë‘RŽ€‚Í‘S‘‚Å”N•½‹Ï–ñ‚P‚R‚OŒ”­¶‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚éBv“Ë‘RŽ€‚ðŽåŒê‚É‚µ‚È‚¢‚Łu130l‚̐l‚ª‰^“®’†‚É“Ë‘R–S‚­‚È‚Á‚½Bv‚Æ‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚­à–¾‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       ui“Ë‘RŽ€‚Å–S‚­‚È‚Á‚½l‚́j‹£‹Z•Ê‚Å‚ÍŽáŽÒ‚̓‰ƒ“ƒjƒ“ƒOA’†‚”N‚̓Sƒ‹ƒtAƒQ[ƒgƒ{[ƒ‹‚ª‘½‚©‚Á‚½Bv‚ð“Æ—§‚µ‚½•¶‚É‚·‚é‚ɂ́AŽåŒê‚ð•â‚í‚È‚­‚Ä‚Í‚È‚è‚Ü‚¹‚ñB“Yí—á‚ÌMost young people died suddenly c‚́u‘å•”•ª‚ÌŽá‚¢l‚ª‹}‚É‚È‚­‚È‚Á‚½v‚Ì‚Å‚Í‚È‚­‚āA•¶–¬‚©‚çui“Ë‘RŽ€‚Å–S‚­‚È‚Á‚½jŽá‚¢l‚ł́`‚ª‘½‚©‚Á‚½v‚̈Ӗ¡‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       ‚±‚±‚Å‚Íthatß‚æ‚èfor A to do B‚Ì•¶Œ^‚Ì‚Ù‚¤‚ª•¶‚ªŠÈ’P‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

4.       ƒƒ“‚³‚ñ‚Í–k•Ä‚̐«·•Ê—pŒê‚Ì“®Œü‚ɂ‚¢‚Ä‚²‘¶’m‚̂悤‚Å‚·‚ˁBHe or she, his or her‚Æ‚¢‚¤Œ¾‚¢•û‚ðŽg‚Á‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

–k•Ä‚ł́A’j—‚̐«‚É‚æ‚éƒXƒeƒŒƒIƒ^ƒCƒv‰»‚ð‚È‚­‚·‚½‚߂ɁAchairman (chair), mailman (letter carrier), businessman (business person)‚Ȃǂ̂悤‚É’†«‰»‚³‚ꂽ’PŒê‚ªŽg‚í‚ê‚é‚悤‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚µ‚½B–â‘è‚Í’P”‘ã–¼ŽŒihe, she, his, her, himj‚Ì—p–@‚É‚ ‚è‚Ü‚·B‰p•¶‚Ì’†‚Ōl‚ð‹­’²‚·‚邽‚ß‚ÉŽOlÌ’P”‘ã–¼ŽŒ‚ðŽg‚¤‚Æ‚«‚É‚Ç‚¤‚·‚é‚©‚Æ‚¢‚¤–â‘è‚Å‚·Bƒƒ“‚³‚ñ‚Ì“Še‚Å‚ÍŽŸ‚Ì•¶‚ª‚±‚Ì—á‚É“–‚Ä‚Í‚Ü‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

It is advisable for any middle-aged person to check his or her heat condition before he or she starts a sporting activity.

 

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1.       ƒƒ“‚³‚ñ‚̂悤‚Éhe or she, his and her‚ð1‘g‚É‚µ‚ÄŽg‚¤iã‚Ì—á‚Å‚·jB

 

2.       ’†«‚Èone, onefs‚ðŽg‚¤B

It is advisable for any middle-aged person to check onefs heat condition before one starts a sporting activity.

 

3.       ’†«‚Èyou‚ðŽg‚Á‚Ä•¶‚ð‘‚«‚©‚¦‚éB

If you are middle-aged, you should check your heart condition before you start a sporting activity.

 

4.       ŽOlÌ’P”‚ðŽ~‚߂ĈêlÌ•¡”‚Ìwe, our, us‚ðŽg‚Á‚Ä•¶‚ð‘‚«‚©‚¦‚éB

If we are middle-aged, we should check our heart condition before we start a sporting activity.

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

gSudden Death During Sporting Activitiesh

 

Every year, about 130 people die suddenly during sporting activities. Those sudden deaths do not necessarily happen during intense sporting activities. Most young people died suddenly while they were engaged in running, while most middle-aged people and seniors died while they were golfing and gate balling.

 

Heart disease is the largest cause of sudden death during sporting activities and it can occur regardless of the age of people or the type of sport. However, it is advisable for any middle-aged person to check his or her heart condition before he or she starts a sporting activity. Unfortunately, even if there is no heart disease, this does not mean that he or she is completely free from sudden death. But regular sporting activity can generally improve onefs health condition and we should not be so nervous about starting a sport.

 

 

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‚RŒŽ‚T“úŒß‘OŽµŽž‚·‚¬A–kŠC“¹‚Ì‚i‚q”ü–y‰w‚ŁA–kŒ©Žs“à‚̍‚Z‚ðŽóŒ±‚·‚邽‚ß‚É—ñŽÔ‚ɏæ‚é—\’肾‚Á‚½ŽóŒ±¶“ñ\ŽOl‚ª—ñŽÔ‚ɏæ‚è’x‚ê‚éƒgƒ‰ƒuƒ‹‚ª‚ ‚Á‚½B‚µ‚©‚µA¶“k‚½‚¿‚̓oƒX‚â•ÛŒìŽÒ‚ÌŽÔ‚Å–kŒ©‚ÖŒü‚©‚¢A’xŽÒ‚Í‚¢‚È‚©‚Á‚½B

 

ŽóŒ±¶‚Í”ü–y‰wŒß‘OŽµŽžŒÜ•ª”­‚Ì•’Ê—ñŽÔ‚ɏæ‚é—\’肾‚Á‚½‚ªA‰w‚É‚ÍŽ©“®Œ””„‹@‚ªˆê‘䂵‚©‚È‚­”­Œ”‚ÉŽžŠÔ‚ª‚©‚©‚èA”­ŽÔŽž‚É‚È‚Á‚Ä‚àØ•„‚𔃂¦‚È‚¢ŽóŒ±¶‚ª‘ҍ‡Žº‚ÉŽc‚Á‚Ä‚¢‚½B”ü–y‰w‚͌ߌã˜ZŽž‚©‚ç—‚“úŒß‘O”ªŽž‚܂ʼnwˆõ‚Í‚¢‚È‚¢B‚±‚Ì“ú‚́A‚½‚Ü‚½‚Ü•Ê‚Ì—pŽ–‚ŏo‹Î‚µ‚½Eˆõ‚ªA‹}‚«‚åØ•„‚ðŽè”„‚肵‚đΉž‚µ‚½‚ªAæ‹q‚ªŽc‚Á‚Ä‚¢‚邱‚Æ‚ð—ñŽÔ‚É“`‚¦‚éƒuƒU[‚ð–‚炷‚Ì‚ª’x‚êA—ñŽÔ‚ª”­ŽÔ‚µ‚Ä‚µ‚Ü‚Á‚½B@

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚UiLucca, 24 November 11j

 

Test-takers Miss a Train in Mihoro Station

 

At about 7 am on March 5, twenty-three students missed a train at JR. Mihoro Station. The students were heading to Kitami City to take a high school entrance examination. Fortunately, all students could arrived at places to take an exam in time by public buses or cars of their parents. Students to take an exam were going to take the 7:05 am train, but the twenty-three students couldn't buy a train ticket and were left in the waiting room of the station. Because there was only one automatic ticket machine at the station that passengers needed to wait for a few minutes to get a train ticket. Staff at the station didn't work from 6:00 pm to 8:00 am. On that day, a staff of the station happened to come to work and started selling train tickets for students hurriedly. Unluckily, the staff failed to press the buzzer to let a train wait for people riding in a train. The 7:05am train ended up leaving the station on time.

 

“Yí

 

Test-takers Miss a Train in at Mihoro Station in Hokkaido

 

At about 7 am on March 5, twenty-three students missed a train at JR. Mihoro Station in Hokkaido. The students were heading to Kitami City to take a high school entrance examination. Fortunately, all students could arrived at the school on time places to take the an examination in time by public buses or cars of their parents.

 

The Sstudents taking to take an the examination were going to take the 7:05 am train, but the twenty-three of them students couldn't buy a train ticket before the train left the station and were left in the waiting room of the station. Because tThere was only one automatic ticket machine at the station and that each passengers needed to wait for a few minutes to get a train ticket. The Sstaff at the station didn't work from 6:00 pm to 8:00 am. But Oon that day, a staff member of the station happened to come to work and started selling train tickets manually to for students hurriedly. Unluckily, the staff member failed to press the buzzer to let a train wait for people riding the in a train. and The 7:05am the train left ended up leaving the station on time before those 23 students could manage to get on board..

 

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Test-takers Miss a Train at Mihoro Station in Hokkaido

 

At about 7 am on March 5, twenty-three students missed a train at JR Mihoro Station in Hokkaido. The students were heading to Kitami City to take a high school entrance examination. Fortunately, all students could arrived at the school on time to take the  examination by public buses or cars of their parents.

 

The students taking the examination were going to take the 7:05 am train, but twenty-three of them couldn't buy a train ticket before the train left the station and were left in the waiting room of the station. There was only one automatic ticket machine at the station and each passengers needed a few minutes to get a train ticket. The staff at the station didn't work from 6:00 pm to 8:00 am. But on that day, a staff member of the station happened to come to work and started selling train tickets manually to students hurriedly. Unluckily, the staff member failed to press the buzzer to let a train wait for people riding the train and the train left the station on time before those 23 students could manage to get on board..

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Timxtomi, 6 November 11j

 

"Students Going to an Entrance Examination Miss a Train"  

 

Around seven ofclock on the morning of March 5, twenty three junior-high school students missed a train, at JR Mihoro station in Hokkaido, bound for Kitami City where they were to take the entrance exam for a high school. Fortunately, all of them were able to make it in time by means of bus or their parentsf vehicles. The students were supposed to take a local train leaving Mihoro station at 7:05 a.m.  Buying a ticket took them a long time as only one automatic ticket machine was available there, leaving some of them still in the queue in front of the machine at the departure time. Station employees are usually on duty at the station between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. An employee who happens to be there to do something else at that day responded to the contingency by selling tickets manually, but unfortunately failed to press a buzzer for sending a signal to the train that there still remained passengers before the train left the station.

 

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"Students Going to an Entrance Examination Miss a Train"  

 

Around seven ofclock on the morning of March 5, twenty three junior-high school students missed a train, at JR Mihoro sStation in Hokkaido., The train was bound for Kitami City where the students they were to take the entrance examination for a high school. Fortunately, all of them were able to make it in time by means of bus or their parentsf vehicles. The students wanted were supposed to take a local train leaving Mihoro sStation at 7:05 a.m.  However, Bbuying a ticket took them a long time as only one automatic ticket machine was available there, leaving some of them still in the queue in front of the machine at the departure time of the train. Station employees are usually on duty at the station between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. An employee who happensed to be there to do something else on that at that day responded to the contingency by selling tickets manually, but unfortunately failed to press a buzzer for sending a signal to the train that there still remained some passengers buying a ticket before the train left the station.

 

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"Students Going to an Entrance Examination Miss a Train"  

 

Around seven ofclock on the morning of March 5, twenty three junior-high school students missed a train at JR Mihoro Station in Hokkaido. The train was bound for Kitami City where the students were to take the entrance examination for a high school. Fortunately, all of them were able to make it in time by bus or their parentsf vehicles. The students wanted to take a local train leaving Mihoro Station at 7:05 a.m. However, buying a ticket took them a long time as only one automatic ticket machine was available there, leaving some of them still in the queue in front of the machine at the departure time of the train. Station employees are usually on duty at the station between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. An employee who happened to be there to do something else on that day responded to the contingency by selling tickets manually, but unfortunately failed to press a buzzer for sending a signal to the train that there still remained some passengers buying a ticket before the train left the station.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiKalo, 20 October 10j

 

At around 7:00 a.m. on March 5, 23 junior high school students missed a train at JR Mihoro Station. The students were heading to a high school in Kitami City for its entrance exams and all of them managed to get there by taking a bus or getting a ride from their parents.

 

The students were supposed to take the train that would leave the Mioro Station at 7:05 a.m. But some of them were unable to buy a ticket on time because there was only one automatic ticket machine at the station

 

Usually, there is no staff at the station between 6:00 and 8:00 but on that day, one employee happened to be there. The employee sold a ticket to the students, who were still in the waiting room, but forgot to push the buzzer to let the conductor on the train know there were still passengers in the waiting room.

 

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gHigh School Students Going to an Entrance Examination Missed a Trainh

 

At around 7:00 a.m. on March 5, 23 twenty three1 junior high school students missed a train at JR Mihoro Station. The students were heading to a high school in Kitami City for its entrance exams examination. Fortunately and all of them managed to get to the high school there by taking a bus or getting a ride from their parents.

 

The students came to the station were supposed to take for the train that would leave the Mioro Station at 7:05 a.m. But some of them were unable to buy a ticket on time because there was only one automatic ticket machine at the station

 

Usually, there is no staff at the station between 6:00 and 8:00 but on that day, one employee happened to be there. The employee started selling2 sold a tickets to the students,. While he was still selling tickets who were still in the waiting room, but he forgot to push the buzzer to let the conductor on the train know there were still some passengers in the waiting room.

 

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gHigh School Students Going to an Entrance Examination Missed a Trainh

 

At around 7:00 a.m. on March 5, twenty three junior high school students missed a train at JR Mihoro Station. The students were heading to a high school in Kitami City for its entrance examination. Fortunately all of them managed to get to the high school by taking a bus or getting a ride from their parents.

 

The students came to the station for the train that would leave Mioro Station at 7:05 a.m. But some of them were unable to buy a ticket on time because there was only one automatic ticket machine at the station.

 

Usually, there is no staff at the station between 6:00 and 8:00 but on that day, one employee happened to be there. The employee started selling tickets to the students. While he was still selling tickets in the waiting room, he forgot to push the buzzer to let the conductor on the train know there were still some passengers in the waiting room.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Ri‚ ‚·‚©A11 January 10j

 

"Students Taking an Entrance Examination Miss a Train"

 

On March 5th, past at seven a.m., 23 junior high school students missed a train at JR Mihoro station in Hokkaido. They were going to catch the 7:05 a.m. train to Kitami City for their high school entrance examinations.  However, they were able to make it on the examination because some of them were able to take a bus by the station instead of the train and some were taken by their parents' cars.  Due to the fact that there is only an automatic ticket machine in the Mihoro station, there remained students who were not able to buy their tickets. The station normally have no staff working from six p.m. to eight a.m. but a station staff just happened to come to work and he hastily started to sell the train tickets by hand. Although he respond to the situation orderly, the train had pulled out because he couldn't signal the train to stop while passengers were waiting to get on the train.

 

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"Students Taking an Entrance Examination Miss a Train"

 

On March 5th, at about past at seven ofclock in the morning1 a.m., 23 junior high school students missed a train at JR Mihoro station in Hokkaido. They were going to catch the 7:05 a.m. train to Kitami City for their high school entrance examinations.  However, they were able to arrive at the place for make it on the examination on time because some of them were able to take a bus by the station instead of the train and some could ride on were taken by their parents' cars. 

 

The students missed the train because2 Due to the fact that there was is only one an automatic ticket machine at in the Mihoro station and , there remained some students could not who were not able to buy their tickets before the train left the station. The station normally have has no staff working from six p.m. to eight a.m. but a station staff just happened to come to work and he hastily started to sell the train tickets by hand. Although he responded to the situation quickly orderly, the train had pulled out of the station because he couldn't signal the train to wait stop while all passengers were waiting to could get on the train.

 

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"Students Taking an Entrance Examination Miss a Train"

 

On March 5th, at about seven ofclock in the morning, 23 junior high school students missed a train at JR Mihoro station in Hokkaido. They were going to catch the 7:05 a.m. train to Kitami City for their high school entrance examinations. However, they were able to arrive at the place for the examination on time because some of them were able to take a bus  instead of the train and some could ride on their parents' cars. 

 

The students missed the train because that there was only one automatic ticket machine at  the Mihoro station and some students could not buy their tickets before the train left the station. The station normally has no staff working from six p.m. to eight a.m. but a station staff just happened to come to work and he hastily started to sell the train tickets by hand. Although he responded to the situation quickly, the train had pulled out of the station because he couldn't signal the train to wait while all passengers could get on the train.

 

 

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Qi‚³‚­‚çA26 January 07j

 

"Students who Take the Exam Missed the Train"

 

Around 7 a.m. on March 5, twenty-three students who were going to take an entrance exam for high schools in Kitami City missed the train at JR Mihoro Station in Hokkaido. But, they managed to get to the examfs venue on time by taking a bus or given a ride by parentsf cars. The students planned to get on the train which departed Mihoro Station at 7:05 a.m. Some students could not buy a ticket because there was only one ticket machine at the station and when the train arrived, several students were remained without ticket at the waiting room. Usually station staff does not serve at the Mihoro Station during night time from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. but, on that day, a staff happened to be there for another work and he helped selling the ticket by hand. However, he failed to push the buzzer that let the train know there were still passengers at the waiting room, and the train departed.

 

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"Students wWho Take thean Entrance Examination1 Missed a the Train"

 

Around 7 a.m. on March 5, twenty-three students who were going to take an entrance examinations2 for high schools in Kitami City missed the a train at JR Mihoro Station in Hokkaido. But, they managed to get to the examinationfsf venues on time by taking a bus or given a ride by their parentsf cars3. The students planned to get on the train which would departed Mihoro Station at 7:05 a.m. But Ssome students could not buy a ticket in time because there was only one ticket machine at the station. and wWhen the train arrived, several students were remained without ticket at still in the waiting room without a ticket. Usually there is no station staff does not serve at the Mihoro Station between during night time from 6 p.m. to and 8 a.m. but, oOn that day, a staff member happened to be there for another work and he helped selling the ticket by hand. However, he failed to push the buzzer that let the train know there were still passengers at in the waiting room, and the train had departed before all the students could get on board4.

 

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"Students Who Take an Entrance Examination1 Miss a Train"

 

Around 7 a.m. on March 5, twenty-three students who were going to take entrance examinations for high schools in Kitami City missed a train at JR Mihoro Station in Hokkaido. But they managed to get to the examinationsf venues on time by taking a bus or given a ride by their parents. The students planned to get on the train which would depart Mihoro Station at 7:05 a.m. But some students could not buy a ticket in time because there was only one ticket machine at the station. When the train arrived, several students were still in the waiting room without a ticket. Usually there is no station staff at Mihoro Station between 6 p.m. and 8 a.m. On that day, a staff member happened to be there for another work and he helped selling the ticket by hand. However, he failed to push the buzzer that let the train know there were still passengers in the waiting room, and the train had departed before all the students could get on board.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Pi‚悵‚¼‚¤A18 April 03j

 

gStudents Taking an Entrance Examination Miss a Commuter Trainh

 

About seven ofclock in the morning on March 5, twenty-three junior high school students, who were on their on their way to a senior high school to take an entrance examination, missed a commuter train at JR Mihoro Station. In Hokkaido. The students managed  to go to the high school on time by either taking a bus or getting a ride from their parents.

 

The students wanted to take a 7:05 train from the station. But the station had only one automatic ticket machine and some students could not finish buying a ticket by the time train left the station. Normally, the station did not have any station employee between six ofclock in the evening and eight ofclock in the morning. But on that day, one station employee happened to show up at the station. He helped to sell a ticket to the students but forgot to push a buzzer to tell the conductor of the train that there were still some students left in the station.

 

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gStudents Taking an Entrance Examination Missed1 a Commuter Trainh

 

About seven ofclock in the morning on On March 52, at seven ofclock in the morning, twenty-three junior high school students, who were on their way to a senior high school to take an entrance examination,- missed a commuter train at JR Mihoro Station in Hokkaido. The students were on their way to take a senior high school entrance examination3. The students did managed to go get to the high school on time by either taking a the4 bus or getting a ride from their parents.

 

The students wanted to take a the 7:05 train from the station. But but the station had only one automatic ticket machine and some students could not finish buying a ticket by the time the train left the station. Normally, the station did not have any station employees5 between six ofclock in the evening and eight ofclock in the morning.,

 But but on that day, one station  employee happened to show up be at the station. He helped to sell a tickets to the students but forgot to push a the buzzer to tell the conductor of the train that there were still some students left in the station before the train left the station-.

 

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On March 5, at seven ofclock in the morning, twenty-three junior high school students- missed a commuter train at JR Mihoro Station in Hokkaido. The students were on their way to take a senior high school entrance examination. The students did manage to get to the high school on time by either taking the bus or getting a ride from their parents.

 

The students wanted to take the 7:05 train from the station but the station had only one automatic ticket machine and some students could not finish buying a ticket by the time the train left the station. Normally, the station did not have any employees between six ofclock in the evening and eight ofclock in the morning, but on that day, one  employee happened to be at the station. He helped to sell tickets to the students but forgot to push the buzzer to tell the conductor of the train that there were still some students left in the station before the train left.

 

 

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The Ice Drift Reaches to Abashiri for the First Time This Year 

 

The ice drift reached the coast of Abashiri and Monbetsu for the first time this year. The Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced its observational result on February 26. The ice drift arrival at the coast of Abashiri was six days earlier than usual and nine days later than the previous year. Also, at Monbetsu it was ten days earlier than usual and four days later than the previous year. By that day, the ice drift had already reached to the sea area two or three kilometers off the coast of Abashiri. A strong north-northwest wind followed by a low pressure, pushing the ice drift toward the coast of Abashiri. The surface of the coastal sea of Abashiri was covered by all white ice drift in a moment.

 

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The Ice Drifting Ice Reaches to Abashiri for the First Time This Year 

 

On February 26, The ice drifting ice reached the coast of Abashiri and Monbetsu for the first time this year., Tthe Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced1 its observational result on February 26. The ice dDrifting ice arrivaled at the coast of Abashiri was six days earlier than usual and nine days later than the previous year. Also, at Monbetsu it was ten days earlier than usual and four days later than the previous year. By that day, the ice drifting ice had already reached within to the sea area two or three kilometers off the coast of Abashiri. A strong north-northwest wind after followed by a low pressure, pushinged the ice drift toward the coast of Abashiri. The surface of tThe coastal sea of Abashiri is now was all covered by all white ice drift in a moment.

 

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Drifting Ice Reaches Abashiri for the First Time This Year 

 

On February 26, drifting ice reached the coast of Abashiri and Monbetsu for the first time this year, the Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced. Drifting ice arrived at the coast of Abashiri six days earlier than usual and nine days later than the previous year. Also, at Monbetsu it was ten days earlier than usual and four days later than the previous year. By that day, drifting ice had already reached within two or three kilometers off the coast of Abashiri. A strong north-northwest wind after a low pressure, pushed the ice toward the coast of Abashiri. The coastal sea of Abashiri is now all covered by white ice .

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Timxtomi, 6 November 11j

 

"Drifting Ice Reaching Coast of Abashirih 

 

The Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced on February 26 that it observed the drifting ice reach the shore at Abashiri and Monbetsu for the first time this year. The date of first drifting ice was 6 days earlier than the average year and 9 days later than last year at Abashiri, while it was 10 days earlier than the average year and 4 days earlier than last year at Monbetu. On that day, the drifting ice that had been as close as two to three kilometers off the coast of Abashiri was blown to the coast by north-northwest wind which started blowing after a strong low-pressure system had passed, filling the sea along the coast line with its snow-white color.

 

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"Drifting Ice Reaching the Coast of Abashirih 

 

The Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced on February 26 that it observed the drifting ice reach the shore at Abashiri and Monbetsu for the first time this year. The date of the first drifting ice was 6 days earlier than the average year and 9 days later than last year at Abashiri, while it was 10 days earlier than the average year and 4 days earlier than last year at Monbetu. On that day, the drifting ice that had been as close as two to three kilometers off to the coast of Abashiri was blown to the coast by the north-northwest wind which started blowing after a strong low-pressure system had passed, filling the sea along the coast line with its snow-white color.

 

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"Drifting Ice Reaching the Coast of Abashirih 

 

The Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced on February 26 that it observed the drifting ice reach the shore at Abashiri and Monbetsu for the first time this year. The date of the first drifting ice was 6 days earlier than the average year and 9 days later than last year at Abashiri, while it was 10 days earlier than the average year and 4 days earlier than last year at Monbetu. On that day, the drifting ice that had been as close as two to three kilometers to the coast of Abashiri was blown to the coast by the north-northwest wind which started blowing after a strong low-pressure system had passed, filling the sea along the coast line with its snow-white color.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiKalo, 20 October 10j

 

"Drift Ice Reached Abashirih

 

Abashiri local meteorological observatory announced on February 26 that drift ice was observed on shore at Abashiri and Monbetsu for the first time this winter. At Abashiri, it was six days earlier than usual and nine days later than last year, while at Monbetsu ten days earlier than usual and four days later than last year.

 

On that day, the drift ice that had already reached a few kilometers offshore was driven to the seashore by north-northwest winds after a strong low pressure passed by. The seashore, covered with the drift ice, has turned white.

 

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"Drifting Ice Reached Abashirih

 

The Abashiri Llocal mMeteorological oObservatory announced on February 26 that drifting ice was observed to have reached on the shore at Abashiri and Monbetsu for the first time this winter. At Abashiri, it was six days earlier than usual and nine days later than last year, while at Monbetsu ten days earlier than usual and four days later than last year.

 

On that day, the drifting ice that had already reached a few kilometers offshore was driven to the seashore by north-northwest winds after a strong low pressure passed by. The seashore, covered with the drift ice, has turned completely white.

 

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"Drifting Ice Reached Abashirih

 

The Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced on February 26 that drifting ice was observed to have reached the shore at Abashiri and Monbetsu for the first time this winter. At Abashiri, it was six days earlier than usual and nine days later than last year, while at Monbetsu ten days earlier than usual and four days later than last year.

 

On that day, the drifting ice that had already reached a few kilometers offshore was driven to the shore by north-northwest winds after a strong low pressure passed by. The shore, covered with the drift ice, has turned completely white.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Ri‚‚Ԃ ‚ñ‚±A5 July 08j

 

"Drifting ice arrived at Abashirih

 

On February 26, the Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced the first arrival of drifting ice at Abashiri and Monbetsu this year. At Abashiri, drifting ice arrived six days earlier than usual and nine days later than last year while at Monbetsu ten days earlier than usual and four days earlier than last year. On that day north-northwest wind drove the drifting ice to the coast of Abashiri just after the strong low atmospheric pressure passed by. A few days before that day, the drifting ice had been getting closer to a few kilometers away from the coast of Abashiri. And the seashore was entirely covered with pure white drifting ice.

 

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"Drifting ice arrived at the Coast of1 Abashirih

 

On February 26, the Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced the first arrival of drifting ice at the coast of Abashiri and Monbetsu this year. At Abashiri, the drifting ice arrived six days earlier than usual and nine days later than last year, while at Monbetsu ten days earlier than usual and four days earlier than last year. On that day, the north-northwest wind drove the drifting ice to the coast of Abashiri just after a the strong low atmospheric pressure passed by. During Aa few days before February 26 that day, the drifting ice had been getting closer and closer to the coast and reached to just a few kilometers away from the coast of Abashiri2. And Now3 the seashore was is entirely covered with the pure white drifting ice.

 

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3.       “ú–{•¶‚ł͉ߋŽŒ`‚̂悤‚Å‚·‚ªA‰p•¶‚Å‚ÍŒ»ÝŒ`‚É‚µ‚½‚Ù‚¤‚ªŽÀŠ´‚ª‚Å‚é‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

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"Drifting ice arrived at the Coast of1 Abashirih

 

On February 26, the Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced the first arrival of drifting ice at the coast of Abashiri and Monbetsu this year. At Abashiri, the drifting ice arrived six days earlier than usual and nine days later than last year, while at Monbetsu ten days earlier than usual and four days earlier than last year. On that day, the north-northwest wind drove the drifting ice to the coast of Abashiri just after a strong low atmospheric pressure passed by. During a few days before February 26 , the drifting ice had been getting closer and closer to the coast and reached just a few kilometers away from the coast of Abashiri. Now the seashore is entirely covered with the pure white drifting ice.

 

 

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"Drift Ice Arrived at Abashiri Coast"

 

The Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced on February 26 that it observed drift ice first arrived this year at the coast of Ahashiri and Monbetsu. Drift ice arrived 6 days earlier than usual and 9 days later than last year at Ahashiri while 10 days earlier than usual and 4 days earlier than last year at Monbetsu. On that day the drift ice had come as near as two or three kilometers off shore from Abashiri and it was blowed to the coast by north-northwest wind just after low pressure system passed by. The white drift ice has covered all the surface of the water.

 

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"Drift Ice Arrived at Abashiri Coast"

 

The Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced on February 26 that it had observed the first arrival of drifting ice1 first arrived this year at the coast of Ahashiri and Monbetsu this year. Drifting ice arrived 6 days earlier than usual and 9 days later than last year at Ahashiri while 10 days earlier than usual and 4 days earlier than last year at Monbetsu. On that day the drifting ice that had come as near as two or to three kilometers off from the coast of2 shore from of Abashiri and it was blowed blown3 to the coast by the north-northwest wind just after a low pressure system passed by. The white drifting ice has covered all the surface of the water with white4.

 

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2.       off shore‚͉«‡‚¢ˆê”ʂȂ̂ŁA‚±‚±‚Å‚ÍŠCŠÝü‚©‚ç‚Ì‹——£‚ðŽ¦‚·‚½‚ß‚Éthe coast of ~‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

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4.       u^‚Á”’‚È—¬•X‚ňê–ʂ𖄂߂‚­‚µ‚½v‚́u—¬•X‚ªˆê–ʂ𖄂ߐs‚­‚µ‚Đ^‚Á”’‚É‚È‚Á‚½v‚Ɓu^‚Á”’‚É‚È‚Á‚½v‚ð‹­’²‚µ‚½‚¢•¶‚Å‚·‚©‚ç“Yí‚̂悤‚É‚µ‚Ü‚·B

 

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"Drift Ice Arrived at Abashiri Coast"

 

The Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced on February 26 that it had observed the first arrival of drifting ice at the coast of Ahashiri and Monbetsu this year. Drifting ice arrived 6 days earlier than usual and 9 days later than last year at Ahashiri while 10 days earlier than usual and 4 days earlier than last year at Monbetsu. On that day the drifting ice that had come as near as two to three kilometers from the coast of of Abashiri was blown to the coast by the north-northwest wind just after a low pressure system passed by. The drifting ice has covered all the surface of the water with white.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚PiƒWƒ…ƒ“A13 May 03j

 

gDrifting Ice Reach the Abashiri Seashoreh

 

On February 26, the Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced that drifting ice in the ocean reached the seashore at Abashiri and Monbetsu for the first time this winter. At Abashiri, drifting ice reached the seashore six days earlier than the normal year and nine days later than last year, and at Monbetsu, it came 10 days earlier than the normal year and four days earlier than last year.

 

On that day, the drifting ice, which had been two to three kilometers away from the seashore, was blown to the seashore by the north north-west wind that followed the passing of a strong low pressure in the region, and covered the whole seashore white.

 

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gDrifting Ice Reaches the Abashiri Seashoreh

 

On February 26, the Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced that drifting ice in the ocean reached the seashore1 at Abashiri and Monbetsu for the first time this winter. At Abashiri, drifting ice reached the seashore six days earlier than the –in a normal year and nine days later than last year., and - at At Monbetsu, it the ice2 came in 10 days earlier than the in a normal year and four days earlier than last year.

 

On that day, the drifting ice, which had been two to three kilometers away from the Abashiri seashore, was blown to the seashore by the north north-west wind that followed the passing of a strong low pressure in the region, and covered the whole seashore with white.

 

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gDrifting Ice Reaches the Abashiri Seashoreh

 

On February 26, the Abashiri Local Meteorological Observatory announced that drifting ice in the ocean reached the seashore at Abashiri and Monbetsu for the first time this winter. At Abashiri, drifting ice reached the seashore six days earlier than in a normal year and nine days later than last year. At Monbetsu, the ice came in 10 days earlier than in a normal year and four days earlier than last year.

 

On that day, the drifting ice, which had been two to three kilometers away from the Abashiri seashore, was blown to the seashore by the north north-west wind that followed the passing of a strong low pressure in the region, and covered the whole seashore with white.

 

 

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“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚ViLucca, 28 Novemvber 11j

 

Irregular Living Habits of Children

 

A survey of "the importance of breakfast as children" was conducted by the Naha Society of School Health in Okinawa Prefecture in 2002. According to the survey, fifth-grade primary school students of the eighteen schools in the prefecture said that seventy-four percent of students had a breakfast every day, but forty percent of these who had a breakfast garbed a bite in the morning. Also the society surveyed what time school students went to bed. Over five percent of them slept before 9:00 pm, forty percent between 10:00 pm and 11:00 pm, twenty-five percent between 10:00 pm and 00:00 am, and four percent after 00:00 am.

 

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Irregular Living Habits of Children

 

A survey of "the importance of breakfast for as children" was conducted by the Naha Society of School Health in Okinawa Prefecture in 2002. According to the survey, fifth-grade five1 primary school students of the eighteen schools in the prefecture said that seventy-four percent of them students had a breakfast every day, but forty percent of those these who had a breakfast ate only garbed a bite in the morning. Also the society surveyed what time the school students went to bed. Over five percent of them went to bed2 slept before 9:00 pm, forty percent between 10:00 pm and 11:00 pm, twenty-five percent between 10:00 pm and 00:00 am, and four percent after 00:00 am.

 

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2.       Slept between 10:00 pm and 11:00 pm‚Å‚Í“ú–{•¶‚ƈႤˆÓ–¡‚É‚È‚é‚̂ŁA‚±‚±‚Íwent to bed‚É‚µ‚Ü‚·B

 

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Irregular  Habits of Children

 

A survey of "the importance of breakfast for children" was conducted by the Naha Society of School Health in Okinawa Prefecture in 2002. According to the survey, grade five students of the eighteen schools in the prefecture said that seventy-four percent of them had  breakfast every day but forty percent of those who had breakfast ate only a bite . Also the society surveyed what time the students went to bed. Over five percent of them went to bed  before 9:00 pm, forty percent between 10:00 pm and 11:00 pm, twenty-five percent between 10:00 pm and 00:00 am, and four percent after 00:00 am.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Timxtomi, 6 November 11j

 

"Diverging Daily Habitsh  

 

The Society of School Health in Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture conducted a survey on their daily lives for the fifth grader of 18 elementary schools in the city in the 2002 school year. The survey revealed that 74% of the pupil surveyed had breakfast every day although 40% of them ate only a little. With respect to bedtime, slightly more than 5% of the pupil surveyed went to bed before 9 p.m., 40% between 10 to 11p.m., 25% between 11 to 12 p.m. and 4% after midnight.

 

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"Diverging Daily Habits of Junior High School Students in Okinawah  

 

The Society of School Health in Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture conducted a survey on their the daily lives of for the fifth grader of its18 elementary schools in the city in the 2002 school year. The survey revealed that 74% of the pupil surveyed had breakfast every day although 40% of them ate only a little. With respect to bedtime, slightly more than 5% of the pupil surveyed went to bed before 9 p.m., 40% between 10 to 11p.m., 25% between 11 to 12 p.m. and 4% after midnight.

 

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"Diverging Daily Habits of Junior High School Students in Okinawah  

 

The Society of School Health in Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture conducted a survey on the daily lives of the fifth grader of its18 elementary schools in the city in the 2002 school year. The survey revealed that 74% of the pupil surveyed had breakfast every day although 40% of them ate only a little. With respect to bedtime, slightly more than 5% of the pupil surveyed went to bed before 9 p.m., 40% between 10 to 11p.m., 25% between 11 to 12 p.m. and 4% after midnight.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiKalo, 22 October 10j

 

"Pupils Experience Irregular Lifestyle Habitsh

 

In the 2002 school year, the School Health Committee of Naha City, Okinawa, conducted a survey on lifestyle habits of fifth year pupils at 18 elementary schools in the city.

 

The results of the survey shows that 74 percent of the pupils eat breakfast every day but 40 percent of them eat just a little. Over 5 percent of the pupils go to bed before 9 p.m., 40 percent between 10 and 11 p.m., 25 percent between 11 to 12 p.m. and 4 percent after 12 p.m.

 

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"Pupils Experience Irregular Lifestyle Habitsh

 

In the 2002 school year, the School Health Committee of Naha City, Okinawa, conducted a survey of on lifestyle habits of grade 5 fifth year pupils at 18 elementary schools in the city.

 

The results of the survey shows that 74 percent of the pupils eat breakfast every day but 40 percent of them eat just a little. Over 5 percent of the pupils go to bed before 9 p.m., 40 percent between 10 and 11 p.m., 25 percent between 11 to 12 p.m. and 4 percent after 12 p.m.

 

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"Pupils Experience Irregular Lifestyle Habitsh

 

In the 2002 school year, the School Health Committee of Naha City, Okinawa, conducted a survey of  lifestyle habits of grade 5 pupils at 18 elementary schools in the city.

 

The results of the survey shows that 74 percent of the pupils eat breakfast every day but 40 percent of them eat just a little. Over 5 percent of the pupils go to bed before 9 p.m., 40 percent between 10 and 11 p.m., 25 percent between 11 to 12 p.m. and 4 percent after 12 p.m.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Ri‚ ‚·‚©A13 January 10j

 

"Irregular Life Habits"

 

The Naha School Health Committee in Okinawa had a questionnaire about life habits for 5th-graders from 18 Naha school districts in 2002. According to the result of the questionnaires, 74% of students eat breakfast every day, 40% of students taken from 74% students of the total students, take a part of breakfast, and as for their bedtime, just over 5% of students go to bed at 9 o'clock, 40% of them sleep between 10:00 p.m and 11:00 p.m. and 25% of them between 11:00 p.m and 12:00 a.m.. Also, there were 4% of students that sleep after 12:00 a.m..

 

“Yí

 

"Irregular Life Habits of Primary School Students"

 

The Naha School Health Committee in Okinawa had conducted a questionnaire survey of about life habits of for 5th-graders at from 18 Naha schools1 in the City of Naha districts in 2002. According to the results of the survey questionnaires, 74% of students eat ate breakfast every day, even though 40% of them ate only a little.2 students taken from 74% students of the total students, take a part of breakfast, and as fFor their bedtime, just over 5% of students go went to bed at before 9 o'clock, 40% of them sleep3 between 10:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. and 25% of them between 11:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m.. Also, tThere were 4% of students that went to bed sleep after 12:00 a.m..

 

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2.       even though 40 of them eat only a little‚Æ‚·‚ê‚΁A‚±‚Ìthem‚ª74% of students‚Æ‚í‚©‚é‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

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“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

"Irregular Life Habits of Primary School Students"

 

The Naha School Health Committee in Okinawa conducted a questionnaire survey of life habits of 5th-graders at 18 schools in the City of Naha in 2002. According to the results of the survey, 74% of students ate breakfast every day even though 40% of them ate only a little. For their bedtime, just over 5% of students went to bed before 9 o'clock, 40% of them between 10:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. and 25% of them between 11:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m.. There were 4% of students that went to bed after 12:00 a.m..

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Qi‚³‚­‚çA2 February 07j

 

gUnhealthy Lifestyle g

 

The school health committee in Naha district, Okinawa, conducted a survey on gBreakfast habith among the fifth grade students in eighteen elementally schools in Naha City in the school of 2002. According to the results, 74percent of the students eat breakfast every day, but 40 percent them eat just small portions. Over 5 percent of students go to bed before 9 p.m. while 40 percent go to bed between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m., and 25 percent between 11 p.m. and 12 p.m. The students who go to bed after 12 p.m. account for 4 percent.

 

“Yí

 

gUnhealthy Lifestyle g

 

The school health committee in the Naha school district, Okinawa, conducted a survey on gBbreakfast habitsh1 among the fifth grade students in eighteen elementally schools in Naha City in the 2002 school year of 2002. According to the results of the survey2, 74percent of the students eat full3 breakfast every day, 4but 40 percent of them eat just small portions. Over 5 percent of students go to bed before 9 p.m. while 40 percent go to bed between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m., 5and 25 percent between 11 p.m. and 12 p.m. The students who go to bed after 12 p.m. account for 4 percent.

 

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2.       according to the results‚¾‚¯‚Å‚à“à—e‚Í‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚·‚ªA‰p•¶‚Å‚Í‚±‚̂悤‚È‚Æ‚«‚Éaccording to the results of the survey‚Æ‚µ‚È‚¢‚ƁA“Ç‚ñ‚¾‚Æ‚«‚ɉ½‚©•sŠ®‘S‚ÈŠ´‚¶‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       ŽŸ‚Éeat small portions (of breakfast)‚Æ‚ ‚é‚̂ŁA‚±‚±‚Éfull‚ð“ü‚ê‚Ä‚¨‚­‚Æfull versus small‚Æ‚¢‚¤‘Δ䂪‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚­‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

4.       According to the results of the survey,@‚Æ‚±‚±‚ŃRƒ“ƒ}‚ª‚ ‚é‚̂ŁA‚±‚Ì‚ ‚Ƃ̓Rƒ“ƒ}‚ð“ü‚ꂸ‚É‘±‚¯‚é‚Æ“à—e‚ª‹¤‚É’²¸‚ÌŒ‹‰Ê‚¾‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚±‚Æ‚ª‚Í‚Á‚«‚肵‚Ü‚·B

 

5.       while‚Ì‘O‚Í‘‚­AQ‚·‚éŽq‹ŸAwhile‚ÌŒã‚Í–é’x‚­‚Ü‚Å‹N‚«‚Ä‚¢‚éŽq‹Ÿ‚Æ‚¢‚¤\¬‚Ȃ̂ŁA‚±‚̃Rƒ“ƒ}‚Í–³‚¢‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

gUnhealthy Lifestyle g

 

The school health committee in the Naha school district, Okinawa, conducted a survey on breakfast habits among the fifth grade students in eighteen elementally schools in Naha City in the 2002 school year. According to the results of the survey, 74percent of the students eat full breakfast every day but 40 percent of them eat just small portions. Over 5 percent of students go to bed before 9 p.m. while 40 percent go to bed between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. and 25 percent between 11 p.m. and 12 p.m. The students who go to bed after 12 p.m. account for 4 percent.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚PiƒWƒ…ƒ“A13 May 03j

 

gIrregular Daily Habitsh

 

In the 2002 school year, the Naha School Health Committee conducted a survey of daily habits of students in the fifth grade of primary schools in the Naha School District in Okinawa. The survey results showed that 74 percent of students ate breakfast every day, but 40 percent of them ate little. Regarding the time to go to bed, 5 percent went to bed before 9 ofclock p.m., 40 percent between 10 to 11 ofclock p.m., 25 percent between 11 ofclock to midnight, and 4 percent after midnight.

 

“Yí

 

gIrregular Daily Habitsh

 

In the 2002 school year, the Naha School Health Committee conducted a survey of the daily habits of students1 in the fifth grade of at primary schools in the Naha School District in Okinawa. The survey results showed that 74 percent of students ate breakfast every day, but 40 percent of them ate little. Regarding the time to go to bed bedtime2, 5 percent went to bed before 9 ofclock p.m., 40 percent between 10 to 11 ofclock p.m., 25 percent between 11 ofclock to midnight, and 4 percent after midnight3.

 

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1.       “ú–{•¶‚ɂ́u’©H‚Ì‘åØ‚³‚ÉŠÖ‚·‚é’²¸v‚Æ‚ ‚è‚Ü‚·‚ªA’²¸‚Ì“à—e‚͏IgŽžŠÔ‚È‚Ç‚àŠÜ‚ñ‚Å‚¢‚é‚̂ŁAƒWƒ…ƒ“‚³‚ñ‚Í’P‚É a survey of the daily habits of students ‚Æ‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B“ú–{•¶‚Ì’†‚Ì“Á•Ê‚ÈŒ¾—t‚ɘf‚킳‚ꂸ‚ɁA“à—e‚Ì‘åˆÓ‚ð”cˆ¬‚µ‚ĉpŒê‚Å•\Œ»‚·‚é‚ƁA‰pŒê‚Å‚Ì•\Œ»‚ª–¾Šm‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       Bedtime‚Æ‚¢‚¤•Ö—˜‚È•\Œ»‚ª‚ ‚è‚Ü‚·B‚¨•ê‚³‚ñ‚ªŽq‚Ç‚à‚ɁANow itfs bedtime. Please wash you teeth.‚È‚Ç‚Æ‚¢‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       ƒWƒ…ƒ“‚³‚ñ‚ÍŽžŠÔ‚Ì‹Lq‚ð•À—ñ\‘¢‚ðŽg‚Á‚Ä‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚­‚Ü‚Æ‚ß‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

gIrregular Daily Habitsh

 

In the 2002 school year, the Naha School Health Committee conducted a survey of the daily habits of students in the fifth grade at primary schools in the Naha School District in Okinawa. The survey results showed that 74 percent of students ate breakfast every day, but 40 percent of them ate little. Regarding  bedtime, 5 percent went to bed before 9 ofclock p.m., 40 percent between 10 to 11 ofclock p.m., 25 percent between 11 ofclock to midnight, and 4 percent after midnight.

 

 

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“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚TiLucca, 28 November 11j

 

Women Only Clinic will Open in Hiroshima

 

Women patients could go to a clinic without hesitation or anxiety. "Women only clinic" will open at the Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital for the first time in the prefecture from this April. The doctors and nurses at the clinic are also all women. Patients need to make an appointment in advance as the clinic will be opened on Thursdays afternoon. The clinic will treat a wide range of illnesses for all women who are suffering from health problem. Especially a psychiatrist and gynecologist alternately see a patient at the clinic once every two weeks. To allay patient fears and relax at the clinic, they prepare a sofa and table like a reception room in the consultation rooms and all clinic members never wear a white coat in the clinic. A doctor will spend thirty minutes with a patient at a consultation room, nearly twice as long as an average amount of consultation time.

 

“Yí

 

Women Only Clinic will Open in Hiroshima

 

Soon,Wwomen patients will be able to1 could go to a clinic without hesitation or anxiety. A "Women only clinic" will open at the Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital for the first time in the prefecture in from this April. The doctors and nurses at the clinic are also all women. Patients need to make an appointment in advance as the clinic will be opened only on Thursdays afternoon. The clinic will treat a wide range of illnesses for all women who are suffering from health problems. Especially, a psychiatrist and gynecologist alternately sees a patient at the clinic once every two weeks. To allay patient fears and get patients relaxed at the clinic, the clinic has placed furniture such as they prepare a sofa and a table like those used for a living reception room2 in the consultation rooms and none of all clinic staff members never wears a white coat in the clinic. A doctor will spend thirty minutes with a patient in the at a consultation room, nearly twice as long as the an average length amount of consultation time.

 

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1.       A clinic will open ‚Å‚·‚©‚çA‚±‚±‚Í–¢—ˆŒ`‚É‚µ‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       ŒÂlZ‘î‚Ì—mŠÔ‚É’u‚­u‰žÚŽºƒZƒbƒgv‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚à‚Ì‚ª–k•Ä‚É‚à‚ ‚è‚Ü‚·‚ªiƒ\ƒtƒ@[‚âƒe[ƒuƒ‹j‚ªA‚±‚̂悤‚ȉƋï‚ð’u‚­•”‰®‚Ía creception room ‚ÆŒ¾‚킸‚ɒʏí‚Ía living room‚ÆŒ¾‚¢‚Ü‚·BA reception room‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚ƉïŽÐ‚̑ҍ‡Žº‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚Ì‚ªÅ‰‚É“ª‚É•‚‚©‚сA‚±‚±‚̉Ƌï‚ÍŽÀ—pˆê“_’£‚è‚Ì‚à‚́A‚Æ‚¢‚¤Š´‚¶‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

Women Only Clinic will Open in Hiroshima

 

Soon, women patients will be able to go to a clinic without hesitation or anxiety. A "Women only clinic" will open at the Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital for the first time in the prefecture in this April. The doctors and nurses at the clinic are also all women. Patients need to make an appointment in advance as the clinic will be opened only on Thursday afternoon. The clinic will treat a wide range of illnesses for women who are suffering from health problems. Especially, a psychiatrist and gynecologist alternately sees a patient at the clinic once every two weeks. To allay patient fears and get patients relaxed at the clinic, the clinic has placed furniture such as a sofa and a table like those used for a living room and none of clinic staff  wears a white coat in the clinic. A doctor will spend thirty minutes with a patient in the  consultation room, nearly twice as long as the average length of consultation time.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Simxtomi, 14 November 11j

 

"Women-only Outpatient Clinic in Hiroshimah 

 

I bet this arrangement will make women feel easy seeing a doctor. The Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital will open up in April its women-only clinic, the first of its kind in the prefecture. In the clinic both doctors and nurses are all women. It opens every Thursday afternoon strictly by advance appointment. Illnesses to be treated are not specified, and psychiatrists and gynecologists will take turns seeing patients every other week. The doctorfs office is furnished with a cozy reception suite, and doctors/nurses are attired casually, not in conventional white uniforms, so that patients can relax. Doctors are expected to spend 30 minute examining a patient, twice as long as generally practiced.

 

“Yí

 

"Women-only Outpatient Clinic in Hiroshimah 

 

I bet this arrangement will make women feel easy seeing a doctor. The Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital will open up in April its women-only clinic, the first of its kind in the prefecture. In the clinic both doctors and nurses are all women. It opens every Thursday afternoon strictly by an advance appointment only. Illnesses to be treated are not specified, and psychiatrists and gynecologists will take turns seeing patients every other week. The doctorfs office is furnished with a cozy reception suite, and doctors/nurses are attired casually, not in conventional white uniforms, so that patients can relax. Doctors are expected to spend 30 minute examining a patient, twice as long as generally practiced.

 

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“YíŒ¾•¶Í

 

"Women-only Outpatient Clinic in Hiroshimah 

 

I bet this arrangement will make women feel easy seeing a doctor. The Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital will open up in April its women-only clinic, the first of its kind in the prefecture. In the clinic both doctors and nurses are all women. It opens every Thursday afternoon strictly by an advance appointment only. Illnesses to be treated are not specified, and psychiatrists and gynecologists will take turns seeing patients every other week. The doctorfs office is furnished with a cozy reception suite, and doctors/nurses are attired casually, not in conventional white uniforms, so that patients can relax. Doctors are expected to spend 30 minute examining a patient, twice as long as generally practiced.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚RiKalo, 23 October 10j

 

"Outpatient Clinic Only for Women in Hiroshimah

 

Women will feel relaxed while seeing a doctor in this hospital. The Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital will be the first in the prefecture to open a outpatient clinic only for women. The clinic will open on Thursday afternoon. Patients need to make an appointment in advance.

 

Doctors and nurses in the clinic are all women. A psychiatrist and a gynecologist take turns in taking care of patients every second week and deal with a wide range of psysical and mental illnesses.

 

The clinic has a reception room in the doctorfs room and the staff donft wear a white coat so that patients can feel relaxed. Patients can consult with a doctor for 30 minutes, which is twice as long as a regular consultation.

 

“Yí

 

"Outpatient Clinic Only for Women Opens in Hiroshimah

 

Women will feel relaxed while seeing a doctor in this hospital clinic1. The Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital will be the first in the prefecture to open an outpatient clinic only for women. The clinic will open on every Thursday afternoon. Patients need to make an appointment in advance.

 

Doctors and nurses in the clinic are all women. A psychiatrist and a gynecologist take a turns in taking care of patients every second week and deal with a wide range of psysical physical and mental illnesses problems2.

 

The clinic is arranged like a living room with comfortable furniture has a reception room in and the doctors and nurses the doctorfs room and the staff are casually dressed, not in their normal donft wear a white coats3 so that patients can feel relaxed. Patients can consult with a doctor for 30 minutes, which is twice as long as a regular consultation.

 

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1.       •a‰@‚Ì’†‚ɐݒu‚³‚ꂽ“Á•Ê‚ÈŠO—ˆf—ÃŽº‚Ȃ̂ŁAa clinic‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

2.       ‚Ü‚¾fŽ@‚Ì’iŠK‚È‚Ì‚Åproblems‚Å‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

3.       uŠ³ŽÒ‚ªƒŠƒ‰ƒbƒNƒX‚Å‚«‚é‚悤fŽ@Žº‚ɂ͉žÚŽºƒZƒbƒg‚ðÝ’u‚µv‚Í“Yí‚̂悤‚ȈӖ¡‚¾‚ÆŽv‚¢‚Ü‚·Bˆß•ž‚ɂ‚¢‚Ä‚Í‚±‚ñ‚È•â‘«à–¾‚ð‚¢‚ê‚é‚Æ‚Í‚Á‚«‚è‚·‚é‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

"Outpatient Clinic Only for Women Opens in Hiroshimah

 

Women will feel relaxed while seeing a doctor in this clinic. The Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital will be the first in the prefecture to open an outpatient clinic only for women. The clinic will open on every Thursday afternoon. Patients need to make an appointment in advance.

 

Doctors and nurses in the clinic are all women. A psychiatrist and a gynecologist take a turn in taking care of patients every second week and deal with a wide range of physical and mental problems.

 

The clinic is arranged like a living room with comfortable furniture and the doctors and nurses are casually dressed, not in their normal white coats so that patients can feel relaxed. Patients can consult with a doctor for 30 minutes, which is twice as long as a regular consultation.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Qi‚³‚­‚çA6 February 07j

 

"Women-only Clinic Opens in Hiroshima"

 

Ifm sure that female patients would feel comfortable to see a doctor in this hospital. The Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital is going to starth women-only outpatient departmenth in April and it is the first attempt in the prefecture. The department opens on the afternoon of Thursday and all doctors and nurses are women. Patients need to make a reservation. A female psychiatrist and gynecologist will see the patients in turn every week. In order to make the patients feel relaxed, sofas are placed in the doctorfs room and the stuff doesnft wear white clothes. The doctor will spend about 30 minutes to see each patient that is twice as long as usual.

 

“Yí

 

"Women-only Clinic Opens in Hiroshima"

 

Ifm sure that female patients would1 feel comfortable to see a doctor in this hospital. The Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital is going to start ha women-only outpatient departmenth in April and it will be is the first attempt of this kind in the prefecture. The department opens on the afternoon of Thursday every Thursday afternoon and all doctors and nurses are women. Patients need to make an appointment reservation2 to see. Aa female psychiatrist and or gynecologist who will see the patients in takes her turn every second week. In order to make the patients feel relaxed, a set of comfortable furniture3 is sofas are placed in the doctorfs room and the stuff doesnft wear regular clothing, not white clothes coats4. The doctor will spend about 30 minutes to see each patient that is twice as long as usual.

 

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1.       patients will feel comfortable iŠ³ŽÒ‚Í‹S’n‚æ‚¢‚ÆŽv‚¤‚¾‚낤jApatients would feel comfortable i‘½•ªAŠ³ŽÒ‚Í‹S’n‚æ‚¢‚ÆŽv‚¤‚¾‚낤j‚Æwould‚Í‘½­‚Ì•sŠm‚©‚³‚ð“ü‚ꂽ•\Œ»‚Å‚·B‚·‚é‚ÆIfm sure that ~ ‚Æ‚¤‚Ü‚­‡‚¢‚Ü‚¹‚ñBwould‚Í‘¼‚É‚àó‹µ‚ɉž‚¶‚Ä‚¢‚ë‚¢‚ë‚È•µˆÍ‹C‚ð“`‚¦‚Ü‚·Bã‚Ì—á‚Å‚·‚ƁAiŒ»Ý‚Í’j‚̈ãŽt‚ɐf‚Ä‚à‚炤‚±‚Æ‚ª‘½‚¢‚ªA‚±‚ꂪ—«‚̈ãŽt‚É‚È‚ê‚΁j‚Æ•¶Í‚Ì“à—e‚̐æŽæ‚è‚ð‚µ‚ÄAŒ»Ý‚͈Ⴄ‚ª–¢—ˆ‚Í‚±‚¤‚È‚éA‚Æ‚¢‚Á‚½Š´‚¶‚à“`‚¦‚Ü‚·B‚½‚¾‚µA‚±‚ê‚ç‚Ì”÷–­‚ÈŠ´G‚Í“ÇŽÒ‚ª•¶Í‚©‚痝‰ð‚Å‚«‚é‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚±‚Æ‚ª‘O’ñ‚Ȃ̂ŁAˆê”Ê“I‚É‚ÍIfm sure that patients will feel comfortable‚Æ’¼Ù‚È•\Œ»‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

2.       l‚Ƃ̖ʉï‚Ì–ñ‘©‚Ían appointment‚ªˆê”Ê“I‚Å‚·B

 

3.       u‰žÚŽºƒZƒbƒgv‚Ía set of drawing room furniture‚Å‚µ‚傤‚ªA‚±‚±‚Å‚Ía set of comfortable furniture‚Å‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

4.       uƒXƒ^ƒbƒt‚Í”’ˆß‚ð’…—p‚µ‚È‚¢Bv‚́u•’i‚̈ߕž‚ð’…—p‚·‚év‚ª“ÇŽÒ‚É‚í‚©‚邱‚Æ‚Æ‚µ‚ďȗª‚³‚ê‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·‚ªA‰p•¶‚Å‚Í‚¢‚ꂽ‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

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"Women-only Clinic Opens in Hiroshima"

 

Ifm sure that female patients would feel comfortable to see a doctor in this hospital. The Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital is going to start ha women-only outpatient departmenth in April and it will be the first attempt of this kind in the prefecture. The department opens on every Thursday afternoon and all doctors and nurses are women. Patients need to make an appointment to see a female psychiatrist or a gynecologist who takes her turn every second week. In order to make the patients feel relaxed, a set of comfortable furniture is placed in the doctorfs room and the stuff wear regular clothing, not white coats4. The doctor will spend about 30 minutes to see each patient that is twice as long as usual.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚PiLinda, 13 May 03j

 

gOut-Patient Clinic Just for Womenh

 

The Hiroshima Provincial Hospital in Hiroshima will start an out-patient clinic just for women in April this year. At this clinic, both physicians and nurses will be all women. The clinic sees patients by appointment only and opens on every Thursday afternoon. A psychiatrist and an obstetrician will be in charge alternately every Thursday and will see patients with all kinds of illness. To provide patients with an relaxed atmosphere, the clinic will have a set of drawing room furniture and the staff will wear regular clothing, not a white coat. The clinic will allocate 30 minutes for each appointment, which is about twice as long as a regular appointment. The hospital hopes that the clinic will encourage women patients to see a physician at ease.

 

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gOutpatient Clinic Just for Womenh

 

The Hiroshima Provincial Hospital in Hiroshima will start an out-patient outpatient clinic just for women in April of this year. This will be the first of its kind in Hiroshima Prefecture1. At this clinic, both physicians and nurses will be all women. The clinic sees patients by appointment only and will opens on every Thursday afternoon. A psychiatrist and an obstetrician will be in charge alternately - every alternate Thursday and will see patients with all kinds of illnesses2. To provide patients with an relaxed atmosphere, the clinic will have a set of drawing room furniture and the staff will wear regular clothing, not a white coats. The clinic will allocate 30 minutes for each appointment, which is about twice as long as a regular appointment. The hospital hopes that the clinic will encourage women patients to see a physician while3 at ease.

 

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1.       “ú–{•¶‚ɁuL“‡‰‚́v‚Æ‚ ‚é‚̂ŁA‚±‚Ì‚±‚Æ‚ª‘åØ‚È“à—e‚Æ”»’f‚·‚ê‚ΓYí‚̂悤‚È•¶‚ð“ü‚ê‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       Linda‚³‚ñ‚́u‘Ώێ¾Š³‚ÍŒÀ’肹‚¸v‚ð and will see patients with all kinds of illnesses ‚Ə¬•¶‚Å•\Œ»‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B“ú–{•¶‚̏Cüß‚Í‚±‚̂悤‚É“Æ—§‚µ‚½¬•¶‚Å•\Œ»‚µ‚½‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚­‚Ȃ邱‚Æ‚ª‘½‚¢‚Å‚·B

 

3.       ‚±‚±‚Å“Yí‚̂悤‚Éwhile‚ð“ü‚ê‚é‚ƃŠƒ‰ƒbƒNƒX‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚é‚Ì‚ªŠ³ŽÒ‚¾‚Æ‚Í‚Á‚«‚肵‚Ü‚·B‚±‚Ì•¶‚Í“ú–{•¶‚Å‚Í•¶Í‚̍ŏ‰‚É‚È‚Á‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·‚ªA‰p•¶‚Å‚ÍLinda‚³‚ñ‚̂悤‚É•¶Í‚̍Ōã‚ÉŽ‚Á‚Ä‚«‚½‚Ù‚¤‚ª˜_—“I‚ȍ\¬‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

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gOut-Patient Clinic Just for Womenh

 

The Hiroshima Provincial Hospital in Hiroshima will start an outpatient clinic just for women in April of this year. This will be the first of its kind in Hiroshima Prefecture. At this clinic, both physicians and nurses will be all women. The clinic sees patients by appointment only and will open on every Thursday afternoon. A psychiatrist and an obstetrician will be in charge - every alternate Thursday and will see patients with all kinds of illnesses. To provide patients with a relaxed atmosphere, the clinic will have a set of drawing room furniture and the staff will wear regular clothing, not white coats. The clinic will allocate 30 minutes for each appointment, which is about twice as long as a regular appointment. The hospital hopes that the clinic will encourage women patients to see a physician while at ease.

            

 

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“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚UiLucca, 30 November 11j

 

The Writing Education for Children in Hiroshima

 

The Hiroshima Prefectural Education Board will introduce a program to help children develop writing skills. This program will be implemented as a part of the whole educational activities, but the details of the introduction will be left to schools and teachers in principle. In order to assist schools, the board has some concrete ideas such as hosting essay contests to encourage writing and establishing an "one hundred people committee on the language" to seek an advice on the language education. 

 

“Yí

 

The Emphasis on Writing Skills in Education for Children in Hiroshima1

 

The Hiroshima Prefectural Education Board of Education will introduce a program to help children develop writing skills. This program will be implemented as a part of the whole educational activities, but the details of the introduction program will be left to schools and teachers in principle. In order to assist schools, the board has some concrete ideas such as hosting essay contests to encourage writing and establishing an "one hundred people committee on the language" to give2 seek an advice on the language education to the board. 

 

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1.       Œ©o‚µ‚Í•¶Í‚Ì“à—e‚Ì—v–ñ‚Ȃ̂ŁA•¶Í‚Ì’†‚ňê”Ô‘åØ‚È‚Æ‚±‚ë‚ð“ü‚ê‚Ü‚·B‚±‚±‚Å‚Íwriting skills‚ª‘åØ‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

2.       Establishing ~ ˆÈ‰º‚Å‚Íthe committee –¼–ڏã‚ÌŽåŒê‚É‚È‚é‚Ì‚Åthe committee gives advice to the board‚Æ‚¢‚¤\¬‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

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Emphasis on Writing Skills in Education for Children in Hiroshima

 

The Hiroshima Prefectural Board of Education will introduce a program to help children develop writing skills. This program will be implemented as a part of the whole educational activities, but the details of the program will be left to schools and teachers in principle. In order to assist schools, the board has some concrete ideas such as hosting essay contests to encourage writing and establishing a "one hundred people committee on the language" to give advice on the language education to the board. 

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Timxtomi, 14 November 11j

 

"Hiroshima to Enhance Studentsf Writing Skillsh 

 

The Hiroshima Prefectural Board of Education is going to launch a program to help students enhance their writing skills. Basically the board intends to honor individual initiative of schools and teachers in developing writing skills through their whole educational activities. Instead, it supports schools and teachers by holding a research paper contest where students do research and write a paper on a given topic, and by setting up an advisory panel for improving the language education.

 

“Yí

 

"Hiroshima to Enhance Studentsf Writing Skillsh 

 

The Hiroshima Prefectural Board of Education is going to launch a program to help students enhance their writing skills. Basically the board intends to honor individual initiatives1 of schools and teachers for in developing writing skills through their whole educational activities. Instead, it The board, however2, supports schools and teachers by holding a research paper contest where students do research and write a paper on a given topic, and also by setting up an advisory panel for improving the language education.

 

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1.       ŠwZ‚⋳Žt‚É“àÝ‚·‚鎩Žå« initiative‚æ‚èA‹ï‘Ì“I‚È•ûô initiatives‚Ì‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

2.       The board intends to ~, . Instead, ~.‚Ƃ͘_—“I‚ɂ‚Ȃª‚è‚Ü‚¹‚ñBThe board does not impose its program on schools. Instead, the board will help schools ~.‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚悤‚ɂ‚Ȃª‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

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"Hiroshima to Enhance Studentsf Writing Skillsh 

 

The Hiroshima Prefectural Board of Education is going to launch a program to help students enhance their writing skills. Basically the board intends to honor individual initiatives of schools and teachers for developing writing skills through their whole educational activities.  The board, however, supports schools and teachers by holding a research paper contest where students do research and write a paper on a given topic, and also by setting up an advisory panel for improving the language education.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiKalo, 24 October 10j

 

"Hiroshima Prefecture Aims to Improve Studentsf Writing Skillsh

 

In an effort to improve studentsf writing skills, the Hiroshima Education Board plans to introduce writing into all activities at school. The introduction, however, will be left to the decision of teachers and schools. To support them, the Board will hold a contest to encourage students to write and also establish a g100-member committee for languageh to propose better methods of teaching language.

 

“Yí

 

"Hiroshima Prefecture Aims to Improve Studentsf Writing Skillsh

 

In an effort to improve studentsf writing skills, the Hiroshima Education Board of Education1 plans to introduce writing into all activities subjects of its at school curriculum. The method of introduction, however, will be left to the decision of teachers and schools. To support them, the Board will hold a research paper contest to encourage students to write and also establish a g100-member committee for languageh and ask the committee2 to propose better methods of teaching language.

 

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‚±‚̂悤‚Èà–¾‚ª“ü‚é‚ƁA’N‚ª‰½‚ð‚·‚é‚Ì‚©A‚Í‚Á‚«‚肵‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

"Hiroshima Prefecture Aims to Improve Studentsf Writing Skillsh

 

In an effort to improve studentsf writing skills, the Hiroshima Board of Education plans to introduce writing into all subjects of its school curriculum. The method of introduction, however, will be left to the decision of teachers and schools. To support them, the Board will hold a research paper contest to encourage students to write and also establish a g100-member committee for languageh and ask the committee to propose better methods of teaching language.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Ri‚ ‚·‚©A5 January 10j

 

"Hiroshima Focus On Student Writing Skills"

 

The Hiroshima Board of Education has encouraged students to develop their writing skills in all the educational activities. The school boards basically intend to defer to schools and teacher's autonomy for carrying out this new standard for student's writing skills, and encourage that schools will hold research contests where students were assigned research assignments in their class and get students to participate in the experiment. They will also help schools to establish a linguistic committee which consists of 100 members for getting suggestions to improve a language education.

 

“Yí

 

"Hiroshima Focus On Student Writing Skills"

 

The Hiroshima Board of Education has is going to encouraged students to develop their writing skills in all the educational activities. The school Bboards of Education1 basically intends to defer to schools and teacher's autonomy for carrying out this new standard program2 for student's writing skills, and encourage that but recommend schools will to hold a research paper contests where students are were assigned a research topic3 assignments in their class and get students to participate in the experiment. They The Board of Education will also help schools to establish a linguistic committee which consists of 100 members for who give getting suggestions to improve the a language education4.

 

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1.       “¯‚¶ŒÅ—L–¼ŽŒ‚ðŒJ‚è•Ô‚·‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

2.       ‚·‚Å‚É“¯‚¶“à—e‚ª•¶Í‚É‚ ‚é‚̂ŁAthis new program‚ÆŠÈ—ª‚ɏȗª‚·‚é‚Æ‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

3.       “à—e‚ðŠÈ—ª‚É‚·‚é‚ƁAu¶“k‚Í‚ ‚éƒgƒsƒbƒN‚ɂ‚¢‚ăŠƒT[ƒ`ƒy[ƒp[‚ðƒRƒ“ƒeƒXƒg‚É’ño‚·‚év‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚±‚Æ‚È‚Ì‚Å“Yí‚̂悤‚É‚Å‚«‚Ü‚·B‚à‚Á‚ÆŠÈ’P‚Éto hold a contest of research papers for students‚Å‚à‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

4.       “ú–{•¶‚̏‘‚«•û‚ª–¾Šm‚Å‚Í‚ ‚è‚Ü‚¹‚ñ‚ªA‹³ˆçˆÏˆõ‰ï‚ª–¯ŠÔ‚Ì‚¢‚í‚ä‚é—LŽ¯ŽÒ‚P‚O‚Ol‚É‚¢‚炵‚Ä‚±‚̈ψõ‰ï‚ð‘nÝ‚µ‚āA‚±‚Ƃ΂̋³ˆç‚ɂ‚¢‚ď•Œ¾‚µ‚Ä‚à‚炤A‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚±‚Æ‚¾‚Æ‚¨‚à‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

"Hiroshima Focus On Student Writing Skills"

 

The Hiroshima Board of Education is going to encourage students to develop their writing skills in all the educational activities. The Board of Education basically intends to defer to schools and teachers for carrying out this new program but recommend schools to hold a research paper contest where students are assigned a research topic. The Board of Education will also establish a linguistic committee which consists of 100 members who give  suggestions to improve the language education.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Qi‚³‚­‚çA7 February 07j

 

"Attempts to Boost Children's Writing Abilities in Hiroshima"

 

The Board of Education of Hiroshima plans to nurture studentsf writing abilities. The board expects the schools and teachers in Hiroshima to tackle to increase studentsf writing skills by using all aspects of school life. Concrete measures are left with each schools or teachers. The board also plans to conduct a writing contest on certain themes to encourage the students to write reports and papers. gOne hundred Peoplefs Committee on Languagesh will be formed to advise on the language education and to support the schools' efforts.

 

“Yí

 

"Hiroshima1 Attempts to Boost Children's Writing Abilities in Hiroshima"

 

The Board of Education of Hiroshima plans to nurture improve studentsf writing abilities. The board expects the schools and teachers in Hiroshima to tackle an important issue2 of to increase studentsf writing skills by using all aspects of school life. Concrete measures are left with each schools or teachers. However, Tthe board also plans to conduct a writing contest on certain themes to encourage the students to write reports and papers. gOne hundred Peoplefs Committee on Japanese Languages3h will be also formed to advise schools and teachers on the language education and to support the schools' their efforts.

 

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1.       “ú–{Œê‚ÌŒ©o‚µ‚æ‚è“à—e‚ª‚æ‚­‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚·‚ˁBHiroshima‚ðŽåŒê‚É‚·‚é‚Æ‚à‚Á‚Æ‚Í‚Á‚«‚è‚·‚é‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

2.       tackle a problem‚̂悤‚É–Ú“IŒê‚ª—ˆ‚é‚̂ŁA“Yí‚̂悤‚É‚µ‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       •¶–¬‚©‚炵‚Ä“ú–{Œê‚É‚æ‚鏑‚­”\—Í‚Ì‚±‚Æ‚¾‚Æ‚¨‚à‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

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"Hiroshima Attempts to Boost Children's Writing Abilities"

 

The Board of Education of Hiroshima plans to improve studentsf writing abilities. The board expects the schools and teachers in Hiroshima to tackle an important issue of increase studentsf writing skills by using all aspects of school life. Concrete measures are left with each school or teacher. However, the board plans to conduct a writing contest on certain themes to encourage students to write reports and papers. gOne hundred Peoplefs Committee on Japanese Languageh will be also formed to advise schools and teachers on the language education and support the their efforts.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Pi‚¤‚¦‚¾A14 May 03j

 

gWriting Education in Hiroshimah

 

The Provincial Board of Education in Hiroshima will start a new program to encourage students to improve their writing abilities. Writing will be encouraged in all subjects of education. The Board will leave the implementation of the program to an individual initiative of each teacher and school. But the Board will help teachers and schools through such activities as composition contests and an advisory board for the Japanese language education.

 

“Yí

 

gWriting Education in Hiroshimah

 

The Provincial Board of Education in Hiroshima will start a new program to encourage students to improve their writing abilities1. Writing will be encouraged in all subjects of education2. The Board will leave the implementation of the program to an the individual initiative of each teacher and school. But the Board will help teachers and schools through such  activities such as composition contests and an advisory board for the  Japanese language education3.

 

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‚¤‚¦‚¾‚³‚ñ‚Í“ú–{•¶‚Ì“à—e‚𐮗‚µ‚ĉpŒê‚Å•\Œ»‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B“ú–{•¶‚Ì‘åˆÓ‚ðŽæ‚èA×‚©‚È‚Æ‚±‚ë‚͏ȗª‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

1.       uL“‡Œ§‹³ˆçˆÏˆõ‰ï‚Í‚ªŽq‚Ç‚à‚̏‘‚­—͂̈琬‚ÉŽæ‚è‘g‚ށBv‚́uL“‡‹ºˆÐ‚­‚¢ˆÏˆõ‰ï‚ÍŽq‚Ç‚à‚̏‘‚­”\—Í‚ðŒüã‚·‚éƒvƒƒOƒ‰ƒ€‚ðŽn‚ß‚éBv‚Æ‚¢‚¢‚È‚¨‚µ‚Ä S+V+O@‚ÌŠî–{•¶Œ^‚Å•\Œ»‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       u‘‚­—Í‚Ì‹³ˆç‚Í‘S‹³ˆçŠˆ“®‚Ì’†‚Ői‚ß‚éBv‚àu‘‚­‚±‚Æ‚Í‘S‹³ˆç‰È–Ú‚Ì’†‚ŏ§—コ‚ê‚éBv‚Æ‚¢‚¢‚È‚¨‚µA“ú–{•¶‚Ì‚ºu‘S‹³ˆçŠˆ“®v‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚ ‚¢‚Ü‚¢‚È•\Œ»‚ðu‘S‹³ˆç‰È–ځv‚Æ‹ï‘Ì“I‚É‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       u‚±‚Ƃ΂̋³ˆç‚ði‚ß‚éã‚Ì’ñŒ¾‚ð‚µ‚Ä‚à‚炤‚±‚Ƃ΂ɂ‚¢‚Ä‚Ì‚P‚O‚OlˆÏˆõ‰ïv‚Í’P‚É an dvisory board for Japanese language education@‚Æ‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B‚±‚̈ψõ‰ï‚Ìà–¾‚ª“ú–{•¶‚ÌŽå—v•”•ª‚Å‚Í‚È‚¢‚Ì‚Å‚±‚̂悤‚ÉŠÈ—ª‚É‚µ‚Ä—Ç‚¢‚ÆŽv‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

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The Provincial Board of Education in Hiroshima will start a new program to encourage students to improve their writing abilities. Writing will be encouraged in all subjects of education. The Board will leave the implementation of the program to the individual initiative of each teacher and school. But the Board will help teachers and schools through activities such as composition contests and an advisory board for Japanese language education.

 

 

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English Education in Asia

 

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English Education in Asia

 

English is widely used in Asian countries. English in these countries isn't just directly transplanted from the US and the United Kingdom directly. Instead, each county has developed its own English education program based on its social and cultural situations. Asian people have been placing importance on English as a tool to express themselves in the international exchanges envelopment while keeping their cultural background in mind. 

 

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English Education in Asia

 

English is widely used in Asian countries. English in these countries isn't just directly transplanted from the US and the United Kingdom. Instead, each county has developed its own English education program based on its social and cultural situations. Asian people have been placing importance on English as a tool to express themselves in international exchanges while keeping their cultural background in mind. 

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Uimxtomi, 14 November 11j

 

Today, English is widely used among Asian countries. English spoken in those countries is not what used to be directly transplanted from the US or Great Britain. Each country has developed its own English education program tailored to its socio-cultural needs and has implemented it accordingly. Apparently in Asian countries, emphasis in the education is placed on the communication aspect of English which allows their people to make themselves understood in the international environment on the basis of their respective cultural backgrounds.

 

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English Education in Asian Countries

 

Today, English is widely used among in Asian countries. English spoken in those countries is not what is used to be directly transplanted from the US or Great Britain. Each country has developed its own English education program tailored to its socio-cultural needs and has implemented it the program accordingly. Apparently, in Asian countries, emphasis in the education is placed on the communication aspect of English which allows their people to make themselves understood in the international environment from a viewpoint on the basis of their respective cultural backgrounds.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

English Education in Asian Countries

 

Today, English is widely used in Asian countries. English in those countries is not what is  directly transplanted from the US or Great Britain. Each country has developed its own English education program tailored to its socio-cultural needs and has implemented the program accordingly. Apparently, emphasis is placed on the communication aspect of English which allows their people to make themselves understood in the international environment from a viewpoint of their respective cultural backgrounds.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Ti‚‚Ԃ ‚ñ‚ñ‚±A18 October 08j

 

"English in Asiah

 

English is widely used in Asian countries. They have not transplanted English from United State or Great Britain as it is. Each country has adopted its own English language education that is based on its social and cultural necessities. They have been teaching English particularly as a tool to express themselves with their own cultural background in the international environment.

 

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"English in Asiah

 

English is widely used in Asian countries. They Those countries1 have not transplanted English from United State or Great Britain as it is2. Each country has adopted developed3 its own English language education that is based on its social and cultural necessities. They Asian countries4 have been teaching English particularly as a tool to express themselves with their own cultural background in the international environment from their own cultural backgrounds5.

 

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1.       uƒAƒWƒA”‘v‚ª‘O‚Ì•¶‚ÌŽåŒê‚Å‚Í‚È‚¢‚̂ŁA‚±‚Ì•¶‚ðThey‚ÅŽn‚ß‚é‚ƁA‰½‚ðŽw‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚é‚Ì‚©­‚µŒË˜f‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       ƒo[ƒQƒ“ƒZ[ƒ‹‚È‚Ç‚Åas (it) is‚Æ•\Ž¦‚³‚ê‚Ä‚¢‚é‚ƁAu‚ª‚ ‚é‚©‚à‚µ‚ê‚È‚¢‚ªA‚»‚̂܂܂̏ó‘Ô‚Å”„‚è‚Ü‚·B‚ ‚Æ‚Å•¶‹å‚ðŒ¾‚í‚È‚¢‚Å‚­‚¾‚³‚¢Bv‚Æ‚¢‚¤ˆÓ–¡‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       ‚»‚ꂼ‚ê‚̍‘‚ª“ÆŽ©‚ÉŠJ”­‚µ‚½‚à‚Ì‚Å‚µ‚傤‚©‚çdeveloped‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

4.       ‘O‚Ì•¶‚ªEach country‚Æ‚¢‚¤’P”‚ÌŽåŒê‚Å‚·B‚±‚Ì•¶‚Í•¡”‚ÌThey‚É‚È‚Á‚Ä‚¢‚é‚̂ŁA‰½‚ðŽw‚·‚©l‚¦‚Ü‚·BAsian countries‚Æ‚Í‚Á‚«‚肳‚¹‚é‚Ì‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

5.       express themselves in the international environment‚Æ‘±‚¯‚½‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B‚±‚¤‚·‚é‚ƉpŒê‹³ˆç‚Ì‘æˆê‚Ì–Ú“I‚́u‘Û“I‚ȏê–Ê‚ÅŽ©•ª‚ð•\Œ»‚·‚铹‹ïvA‘æ“ñ‚Ì–Ú“I‚́uŽ©‘‚Ì•¶‰»‚ð•\Œ»‚·‚év‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚±‚Æ‚ª‚Í‚Á‚«‚肵‚Ü‚·B

 

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"English in Asiah

 

English is widely used in Asian countries. Those countries have not transplanted English from United State or Great Britain as it is. Each country has developed its own English language education that is based on its social and cultural necessities. Asian countries have been teaching English particularly as a tool to express themselves in the international environment from their own cultural backgrounds.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiP&C, 16 July 08j

 

"English in Asia"

 

English is in current widely in Asian countries. Asian English is not just transplantation of American English or British English. Each Asian country makes educational program for English within its own social and cultural necessity. Particularly they take their own culture into consideration and make much of letting their people learn English as a tool to describe themselves in international situations.

 

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"English in Asia"

 

English is in currently widely used in Asian countries. Asian English is not just a‚P transplantation of American English or British English. Each Asian country makes its own educational program for English education to reflect within its own social and cultural necessityies. Particularly, they take their own culture into consideration and make much of letting their people learn English as a tool to express describe themselves in international situations.

 

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"English in Asia"

 

English is currently widely used in Asian countries. Asian English is not just a transplantation of American English or British English. Each Asian country makes its own program for English education to reflect its own social and cultural necessities. Particularly, they take their own culture into consideration and let their people learn English as a tool to express  themselves in international situations.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚RiKalo, 26 May 07j

 

"English in Asian countries"

 

English is here to stay either as the mother tongue or a second language in many Asian countries. The widespread use of English in these countries, however, doesn't necessarily represent the mere transplantation of American or British English. Rather, it means that these countries have modified English individually to meet their social and cultural purposes that differ from one country to another. English used in these countries is diverse, but one similarity can be found. It is that English is used as a way for people to become more aware of their own cultures and also to communicate their thoughts and emotions in the international contexts.

 

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"English in Asian countries"

 

English is here to stay either as the mother tongue or a second language in many Asian countries. The widespread use of English in these countries, however, doesn't necessarily represent the a mere transplantation of American or British English. Rather, it means that these countries have modified English individually to meet their social and cultural purposes that differ from one country to another. English used in these countries is diverse, but one similarity can be found.; It is that English is used as a way for people to become more aware of their own cultures and also to communicate their thoughts views and emotions in the international contextsenvironment1.

 

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1.       “ú–{•¶‚Ì“à—e‚͉pŒêŠwKŽÒ‚É‚Æ‚Á‚Ä–Ê”’‚¢˜b‘è‚Å‚·‚ªA’Z‚¢•¶Í‚Ȃ̂ʼnp•¶‚Å“à—e‚ð‹ï‘Ì“I‚É•â‘«‚µ‚悤‚Æ‚·‚é‚ƁA‚¢‚ë‚¢‚ë‚ȉðŽß‚ª¶‚Ü‚ê‚Ü‚·BKalo‚³‚ñ‚͈ê‚‚̌©•û‚©‚琮‡“I‚È“à—e‚ð‰p•¶‚Å•\Œ»‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·BŽ„‚ÍŽŸ‚̂悤‚ȉðŽß‚ð‚µ‚Ä‚Ý‚Ü‚µ‚½B

 

In Asian countries, English is widely used. However, English used in these Asian countries is not the one that is directly transplanted from British or American English. Each Asian country has adopted its own English language education that reflects its social and cultural necessities. It is common to find that people use English as a tool to express their views in the international environment on the basis of their own cultural backgrounds.

 

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"English in Asian countries"

 

English is here to stay either as the mother tongue or a second language in many Asian countries. The widespread use of English in these countries, however, doesn't necessarily represent a mere transplantation of American or British English. Rather, it means that these countries have modified English individually to meet their social and cultural purposes that differ from one country to another. English used in these countries is diverse, but one similarity can be found; English is used as a way for people to become more aware of their own cultures and also to communicate their views in the international environment.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Qi‚³‚­‚çA15 February 07j

 

English is widely taught in Asian countries. English education that is done in Asian countries is not just a copy of Englandfs or the U.Sfs. It is modified to meet the each countries social and cultural needs. The ability to express their own opinions is focused to enforce as well as to stimulate better understanding of their cultures.

 

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English is widely taught in Asian countries. English education that is done in Asian countries is not just a copy of that of England fs or the U.S fs1. It is modified to meet the each countries social and cultural needs of each country. The ability to express their own opinions is focused to enforce as well as to stimulate better understanding of their cultures internationally is emphasized in their English education2.

 

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1.       the U.S.fs‚Æ‚¢‚¤•\Œ»‚ª“Ç‚Ý‚É‚­‚¢‚Ì‚Å“Yí‚̂悤‚É‚µ‚Ü‚µ‚½B

 

2.       The ability to do a and B is emphasized.‚Æ‚·‚é‚Æ•¶‚ÌŽåŒê‚ª’·‚­‚È‚Á‚ĐKØ‚êƒgƒ“ƒ{‚ÌŠ´‚¶‚É‚È‚é‚Ì‚Åin their English education‚Æ•t‚¯‰Á‚¦‚Ü‚µ‚½BŽåŒê‚ðEnglish education‚É‚·‚é‚ÆŽŸ‚̂悤‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·BEnglish education in these countries emphasizes to improve the ability to internationally express their own opinions and stimulate better understanding of their cultures.

 

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gEnglish in Asiah

 

English is widely taught in Asian countries. English education in Asian countries is not just a copy of that of England or the U.S . It is modified to meet social and cultural needs of each country. The ability to express their own opinions as well as to stimulate better understanding of their cultures internationally is emphasized in their English education.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Pi‚¤‚¦‚¾A14 May 03j

 

gEnglish in Asiah

 

In Asian countries, English is widely used. English used in these Asian countries is not the one that is directly transplanted from British or American English. Each Asian country has adopted its own English language education that reflects its own social and cultural necessities. It is common to find an emphasis that people use English as a tool to express their view in the international environment on the base of their own cultural background.

 

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gEnglish in Asiah

 

In Asian countries, English is widely used. English used in these Asian countries is not the one that is directly transplanted from British or American English. Each Asian country has adopted its own English language education that reflects its own social and cultural necessities. It is common to find an emphasis1 that people use English as a tool to express their views in the international environment on the base basis of their own cultural backgrounds.

 

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1.       u“Á‚ÉŽ©‘‚Ì•¶‰»‚ðˆÓŽ¯‚µ‚āA‘Û“I‚ȏê–Ê‚ÅŽ©•ª‚ð•\Œ»‚·‚铹‹ï‚Æ‚µ‚ẲpŒê‚É—Í‚ª’u‚©‚ê‚Ä‚¢‚éBv‚ðA‚¤‚¦‚¾‚³‚ñ‚́u‚±‚ê‚ç‚̍‘‚̐lX‚ª‰pŒê‚ðA‘Û“I‚ȏê–ʂŁAŽ©‘‚Ì•¶‰»‚ðŠî”Õ‚Æ‚µ‚½”ނ玩g‚̍l‚¦‚ð•\Œ»‚·‚铹‹ï‚Æ‚µ‚ÄŽg‚Á‚Ä‚¢‚é‚Ì‚ðŒ©‚©‚¯‚é‚Ì‚Í‚²‚­•’Ê‚Ì‚±‚Æ‚Å‚ ‚éBv‚ÆŒ¾‚¢’¼‚µ‚ĉpŒê‚Å•\Œ»‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·Bu“¹‹ï‚Æ‚µ‚ẲpŒê‚É—Í‚ª’u‚©‚ê‚Ä‚¢‚év‚¾‚¯‚Å‚È‚­AŽÀÛ‚ɉpŒê‚ª‚±‚̂悤‚ÉŽg‚í‚ê‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B‰pŒê‹³ˆç‚̏d“_‚ð‹­’²‚µ‚½“à—e‚ð•\Œ»‚·‚é‚Ì‚È‚çAŽŸ‚̂悤‚É‚È‚é‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

The major emphasis is placed on English as a tool to express their own views on the basis of their own cultural backgrounds in the international environment.

 

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gEnglish in Asiah

 

In Asian countries, English is widely used. English used in these Asian countries is not the one that is directly transplanted from British or American English. Each Asian country has adopted its own English language education that reflects its own social and cultural necessities. It is common to find that people use English as a tool to express their views in the international environment on the basis of their own cultural backgrounds.

 

 

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“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚UiLucca, 2 December 11j

 

In April of 2003, a new program will start by the initiative of Hiroshima Prefecture to further enhance consumer confidence in the oysters produced in the prefecture. A website will be established to provide consumers with the information on the oyster's production history and the distribution routes. The information also includes the name of the producer, the growing location, the date of collection and bacteria test results. 

 

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Hiroshima Provides Consumers with Information on Personal History of its Oysters

 

In April of 2003, the Prefecture of Hiroshima will start a new program will start by the initiative of Hiroshima Prefecture to further enhance consumersf confidence in the oysters produced in the prefecture. A website will be established to provide consumers with the information on the oyster's production history and the distribution routes. The information also includes the name of the a producer, the growing location, the date of collection harvest and bacteria test results. 

 

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Hiroshima Provides Consumers with Information on Personal History of its Oysters

 

In April of 2003, the Prefecture of Hiroshima will start a new program to further enhance consumersf confidence in the oysters produced in the prefecture. A website will be established to provide consumers with the information on oyster's production history and distribution routes. The information also includes the name of a producer, the growing location, the date of harvest and bacteria test results. 

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Timxtomi, 30 November 11j

 

"History information of oystersh 

 

In April 2003, the Prefecture of Hiroshima will launch a new program to better its quality management of locally produced oysters. It plans to create a webpage whereby prospective consumers can obtain the oystersf history information on their respective distribution channel from producers through retailers. Items to be covered are the name of the producer, the place and date of harvest, and the result of bacteria tests. 

 

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"History information of oystersh 

 

In April 2003, the Prefecture of Hiroshima will launch a new program to better improve the its quality management of locally produced oysters. The prefecture It plans to create a web page whereby prospective consumers can obtain the oystersf history information on their respective distribution channels from producers through retailers. The Iitems to be covered in the history will be are the name of the producer, the place and date of harvest, and the result of bacteria tests. 

 

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"History information of oystersh 

 

In April 2003, the Prefecture of Hiroshima will launch a new program to improve the quality management of locally produced oysters. The prefecture plans to create a web page where prospective consumers can obtain the oystersf history information on their distribution channels from producers through retailers. The items to be covered in the history will be  the name of the producer, the place and date of harvest, and the result of bacteria tests. 

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiKalo, 30 October 10j

 

"Hiroshima to enable the traceability of oyster productsh

 

A new program led by Hiroshima Prefecture is staring on April 2003, in order to further enhance the safety of oysters farmed in the prefecture. The Prefecture aims to develop a system in which consumers can get detailed information on the oysters on the Internet. The information will include the name of a producer, the area of farming, the date of harvest and the results of sanitary inspections.

 

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"Hiroshima to Oysters Will Carry their Personal Histories enable the traceability of oyster products1h

 

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