around town; fine fellow; Later Han Dynasty; rapport; fraternization; official residence; substitutio; n; future problems; exchange of courtesies; future trouble; barter; facing the winter; exchange; good will; the public; corona; clearing; on the street; favorable impression; steel pipe; replacement; the world; reciprocity; switching; fraternisation; voluminous; bulky; mutual sympathy; interchange; favourable impression; high official; the gods watching over humans from the heavens; publication; good feeling
en It was initially used as a telephone operation center , and later , was turned into the west hall of Kyoto Telegraph and Telephone building of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Public Corporation , Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation , and then the Nippon Telegraph and Telephone West Corporation .
en As a result , foreign ambassadors could make a large profit by first exchanging a one-dollar silver coin into three ichibu-gin silver coins , further exchanging four ichibu-gin silver coins into koban at ryogaesho ( money exchangers ) , taking koban out of Japan and selling them as bare metal .
en One of these , Yatsugi-jinja Shrine , was transferred to Sagizuka-ike Pond in Takenouchi-cho ( the present Juni-jinja Shrine 's land ) located about 400m southeast of the original place through an exchange of the shrines ' lands .
en The National Bank had the right to issue the convertible currency , which had the obligation to replace with gold coins , and at first , four banks from the First to the Fifth National Banks were established .
en Japan , after exchanging ratification , appointed Naval Captain Sukenori KABAYAMA as governor of Taiwan , and dispatched the Imperial Guards led by Imperial Prince Kitashirakawanomiya Yoshihisa to Taiwan .
en According to a theory , these coins were stored underground to ward off evil spirits , as a charm or for avoiding the disturbance of war , but according to another theory , they were stored to prevent them from being exchanged with low-quality coins .
en After Genko ( Mongol invasion attempt against Japan ) , a movement to exchange ichienchi ( land under ichien shihai ) in Kyushu owned by the lords of shoen and those in the western part of Japan owned by jito became active because of the need to defend the coast .
en Also , branch libraries comprise a network centered around the main libraries of the NDL ; they exchange materials published by agencies , lend the materials and collectively provide joint training for librarians .
en Also , the NDL is focused on collaboration among libraries as well as international cooperation ; it exchanges publications internationally , provides international lending , copying and reference services along with training for foreign librarians who deal with Japanese-language books as part of international cooperation .
ja さらに 長期 漬け る に は 新し い 味噌 と 交換 する の が よ い 。
en If you want to pickle for a longer time , it is better to replace with new miso paste .
en A girl gave me an orange in exchange for a piece of cake.
ja しかし 、 彼 と 和歌 の 交換 は する よう に な っ た 。
en However , she comes to exchange waka poems with him .
en Should the inside of lavatory basin be clogged and should the clog not be cleared easily , the basin itself can be removed by loosening the screws fixed on the water-supply pipe and floor , so it is rare that the basin must be replaced .
en For the flood disaster that occurred in China in 1931 , he served as Chairman of the compassion association for flood disaster in China and raised money for victims , and therefore , he also had an aspect as a pioneer who promoted popular diplomacy .
en It is an aboveground station having with two separate platforms that face each other with two sets of tracks running between , and it is equipped with facilities that enable two trains to pass each other .
en What is more , Ecchu fundoshi seem to be used habitually not only by the people who suffer from lumbago such as a rupture because they can be put on and taken off without lifting one leg nor bending down , or because undergarments can be exchanged without taking off shoes nor trousers , but also , for the practical purpose , by the people who work outdoors in the summer because they are absorbent , by the people who are restricted about the place or the time to change their clothes , and also by the people who , while working , are obliged to be seated for a long time .
en He gained more territories as a reward for the Battle of Dewa in the Keicho era , which was associated with the Battle of Sekigahara , gained the current whole Yamagata Prefecture and Yurihonjo City , Akita Prefecture ( which were replaced by Ogachi County and Hiraka County by agreement with the Satake clan in 1602 ) , became Daidaimyo ( a feudal lord having a greater stipend ) with a total fief of 570,000 koku ( the actual yield was considered 1,000,000 koku ) and reached the high watermark again .