"turmpeting" Just a suggestion to fix the error in the 4th paragraph.
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Didn't one of the poster individuals for that group mention already that they'll always ask for financial compensation but that no number will satisfy?
Related to the topic: http://www.sdh-fact.com/CL02_1/39_S4.pdf
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It's the fuel composition.
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You know, neither one of them was any more a pawn than the other. You simply can't make that claim because both nations were at fault.
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Progress, at the least.
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@HonestDictator I remember when I went to Washington D.C. this past summer-- the Japanese American Memorial was unfortunately the least taken care of monument in the city that I had visited. There were discarded newspapers, alcohol bottles, and soda cans strewn across the pavement; it's sad that even though the memorial is to act as an apology to the people who were put in camps for their ethnicity and endured much, the government seemingly failed to take care of it.
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Japan knows no end when it comes to destroying the world's oceans. It won't be happy until the last tuna, dolphin, whale and all other marine "resources" have been plucked from the ocean.
Surely you mean China?
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As a student going into Maritime Engineering and plans to work under Mitsubishi Heavy Industries or IHI Industries, this is good news. This has nothing to do with Japan's "militarization", but rather as another way of creating jobs and helping the hurting economy.
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You do understand that the divorce process is extremely long and expensive (Especially in Japan)?
I somewhat doubt the possibility of an angry ex-husband threatening 30 schools because he wasn't happy with the outcome of his marriage. But that's just my opinion.
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The author forget to mention China, you know that country with 1.3 billion people and will soon have the largest economy on the planet.
Not if its real estate bubble pops.
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