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  Ashina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ashina (also Asen or Asena), the ruling dynasty of the ancient Turks, according to Xin Tangshu they were related to the northern tribes from Xiongnu, though four theories were already established prior to the present under Zhoushu, Suishu and Youyang Zazu from as early as the 7th-century
To Marquart, the Ashina clan constituted a noble caste throughout the steppes.
Accounts of the Gokturk and Khazar khaganates suggest that the Ashina clan was accorded sacred, perhaps quasi-divine status in the shamanic religion practiced by the steppe nomads of the first millennium CE.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ashina   (295 words)

 Ashina - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Ashina (or Asena), the ruling dynasty of the ancient Turks and Mongols.
According to Marquart, the Ashina clan constituted a steppe aristocracy that ruled over many of the Eurasian nomad nations.
The two main branches of the family, one descended from Bumin and the other from his brother Istami Khan, ruled over the eastern and western parts of the Gokturk empire, respectively.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Ashina   (213 words)

 Compound Relieves Chronic Tension Headache
Along with being involved in various biologic functions, nitric oxide is an "important neurotransmitter in pain pathways of the spinal cord," Dr. Messoud Ashina of the University of Copenhagen and colleagues explain in the January 23rd issue of The Lancet.
Ashina's group assigned 16 chronic tension-type headache patients to intravenous infusions of L-NMMA (6 mg/kg) or an inactive substance (placebo).
Ashina's group believes that the next step will be to explore the efficacy of L-NMMA in other types of chronic pain.
www.personalmd.com /news/a1999012205.shtml   (344 words)

 Jedi Council Forums - The Legacy of Kian Koon: Chapter 2
“Ashina you are still leaving your guard open after each strike.” Kyle said with a smile as he trained one of his favorite students.
Ashina was a fifteen year old Twi’lek with a pale green skin color.
Ashina preferred to use a more strong attack method, but Kyle preferred speed, for speed with a saber had helped him greatly in the past.
boards.theforce.net /Message.aspx?topic=12100494   (1426 words)

 Origin of Turks and Uygur Turks
This elder son was made into the chieftan, and he bore ten sons, with the youngest named Ashina.
Ashina was later selected as the chieftan because he could jump the highest against the tree.
Ashina had one of his descendant by the name of Tumen (Bumin).
www.findthelinks.com /history/Huns_Turks/origin_of_Turks.htm   (806 words)

 TPN Newsletter # 16
The seminar was presented by Ashina Singh, the Executive Director of the Credit Bureau Association of South Africa.
Ashina Singh is currently the Chair-person of the Law Review Project as well as a representative for Africa and the Middle East on the World Consumer Credit Reporting Committee and was admitted to the bar in 1992.
Ashina indicated these were sound objectives but questioned whether the Credit Bill would deliver these objectives.
www.tpn.co.za /website/articles/newsletter16.htm   (656 words)

 Ashina: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Ashina rose to prominence in the mid 500's when their leader, Bumin Khan (Bumin Khan: bumin khan (death: 552 ad) was the founder of the kokturk state....
The two main branches of the family, one descended from Bumin and the other from his brother Istami Khan, ruled over the eastern and western parts of the Gokturk (Gokturk: the gokturks or kokturks (gök-turks or kök-turks, with the meaning celestial...
After the collapse of the Gokturk empire, branches of the Ashina clan seized control of the Khazars (Khazars: the khazars were a semi-nomadic turkic people from central asia, many of whom converted...
www.absoluteastronomy.com /reference/ashina   (225 words)

 News - Leeds Today: News, Sport, Jobs, Property, Cars, Entertainments & More   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
ASHINA Saleh fled Iraq in fear of her life – but could die in the UK because the Government is denying her a vital lung transplant.
Ashina arrived in Leeds with her father Othman and brother Hogir in 2001, fearing alleged threats from the Iraqi government of Saddam Hussein.
He is adamant that Ashina's condition only started after she came to the UK and she did not come here to seek medical treatment.
www.leedstoday.net /ViewArticle2.aspx?SectionID=39&ArticleID=1375925   (673 words)

Renowned television actress Ashina Kibibi may have taken her life after her parents insisted on taking her to an exorcist against her will.
Family sources said the parents believed Ashina's chronic depression, which was threatening her life and acting career, was caused by jinis (evil spirits).
She said Ashina had come to her clinic at 8am accompanied by her mother Sera, father Kazungu and brother Johnston Emmanuel Katana.
www.nationmedia.com /coastexpress/08042005/News   (698 words)

 THE OLD TURKS IN THE CENTRAL ASIA AND SOUTHERN SIBERIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The second stage began in the middle of the 5 century when "500 families" of the Ashina clan headed by Asyan-shud were moved by the Rurans from Gaochang to the southern part of the Altai.
In one of the genealogical legends a wolf appeared in the role of the totem for revival of the Ashina clan.
Substitution of the symbol of wolf existing during the period of the First Turkic Kaghant by a deer (or may be a fallow-deer resembling the silhouette of mountain goat) at the time of the Second Kaghanat was probably associated with political distribution of powers in the ruling clique of the Turks.
sati.archaeology.nsc.ru /gen-i/Editions/Electronical/Bulletens/Herald/Vol1/Chapter7/Nester.htm   (6328 words)

 Credinews_November   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Ashina was appointed as the Executive Director of the Credit Bureau Association in February 2003.
Prior to her joining the CBA, Ashina was a presiding officer of the Industrial Court and an arbitrator at the CCMA.
Ashina presently facilitates the Credit Industry Forum (CIF), and was instrumental in the establishment of the Office of the Credit Information Ombud (CIO).
www.experian.co.za /Credinews/200511/Credinews_Nov_2005.htm   (4522 words)

La storia dei Kazhary e strettamene legata a quella dell'Impero Gokturk, fondato quando il il clan Ashina rovescia i Juan Juan nel 552.
In origine i Khazary praticano lo shamanesimo tipico delle popolazioni turche, basato sul culto di Tengri, dio del cielo, con, però, pesanti influenze delle teorie di Confucio, provenienti dalla Cina, soprattutto sull'idea del Mandato Celeste.
In base a queste influenze il clan Ashina è considerato essere stato prescelto da Tengri per guidare il popolo ed il khan la personificazione del favore che il dio concede al popolo turco.
www.24pm-affiliation.com /encyclopedia/K/Khazary   (587 words)

 In vivo evidence of altered skeletal muscle blood flow in chronic tension-type headache -- Ashina et al. 125 (2): 320 ...
Ashina M, Lassen LH, Bendtsen L, Jensen R, Olesen J. Effect of inhibition of nitric oxide synthase on chronic tension-type headache: a randomized crossover trial.
Ashina M, Bendtsen L, Jensen R, Lassen LH, Sakai F, Olesen J. Possible mechanisms of action of nitric oxide synthase inhibitors in chronic tension-type headache.
Bendtsen L, Ashina M. Sensitization of myofascial pain pathways in tension-type headache.
brain.oupjournals.org /cgi/content/full/125/2/320   (3136 words)

 Fukuyama, Hiroshima - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
April 1, 1974 Ashida Town in Ashina District merges with Fukuyama
February 3, 2003 Uchiuma Town in Numakuma District and Shin'ichi Town in Ashina District are merged into Fukuyama.
February 1, 2005 Numakuma Town in Numakuma District merges with Fukuyama, dissolving the district.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fukuyama,_Hiroshima   (431 words)

The city center was initiated by the construction of a castle by Ashina Family.
The Ashina family had been rewarded and given the Aizu fief for helping the Minamoto establish the first military government of Japan in 1192.
The mansion constructed by Ashina Naonari in the first year of Shitoku Era (1333) would be the origin of the castle, completed in 1384 it would be known as Kurokawa Castle.
www3.sympatico.ca /iaido/aizu2.htm   (388 words)

 Media-Akita   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
When the feudal governor Satake was ordered to move to Akita from Mito in modern-day Ibaragi prefecture, the Ashina family followed Satake to Akita.
Ashina settled at Kakunodate castle, and rebuilt the town, which had been under the control of the former regional governor, Tozawa.
The town of Kakunodate can therefore be said to have been founded at this time on a grassy plain and built according to the plan laid out by Ashina.
www.media-akita.or.jp /akita-festival/kakunodate1E.html   (654 words)

 Plasma levels of calcitonin gene-related peptide in chronic tension-type headache -- Ashina et al. 55 (9): 1335 -- ...
Plasma levels of calcitonin gene-related peptide in chronic tension-type headache -- Ashina et al.
Ashina, Bendtsen, Jensen, and Olesen) and Clinical Physiology and Nuclear Medicine (Dr. Schifter), Glostrup Hospital, University of Copenhagen; and Department of Biological Sciences, Royal School of Pharmacy (Dr. Jansen–Olesen), Copenhagen, Denmark.
Ashina, Department of Neurology, Glostrup Hospital, University of Copenhagen, DK-2600 Glostrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; e-mail: ashina{at}dadlnet.dk
www.neurology.org /cgi/content/abstract/55/9/1335   (487 words)

 Sunday Nation On the Web   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
She intends to create a programme whose shooting will begin in June, and it will be devoted entirely to the tribulations of youth, how they can cope with the stresses which result in drug abuse, early pregnancy and other problems.
Unfortunately, Ashina, who is also well- known for her role as Siti in Tausi, will have to postpone the pursuit of her dream to bury her adopted son, Ballon Mweni Daddy, who died of a short illness at his school in Machakos last Monday.
The 19- year-old will be buried at Kakoneni in Malindi on Tuesday, after which Ashina expects to come back to Nairobi to complete her script.
www.nationaudio.com /News/DailyNation/1998/310598/Features/SE6.html   (512 words)

 Saiy-jin Age War
He told the people of their pasts and claimed he was going to set things straight, that was until the Ulatie counsel heard of this.
The Ashina Nation allowed humans to live and start rebuilding, but they had to keep taking the saiy-jin children away because of their uniqueness.
That Namek said he was coming to talk with the Ashina counsel, but he left after he killed those soldiers.
www.dbz.9f.com /saw.htm   (2463 words)

 Date Masamune
However, Masamune's army was halted at Hibara by the Ashina general, Iwashiro Morikuni, and forced to retreat.
In the wake of the battle, peace was struck with the Hatakeyama and Soma, although this was to prove short-lived.
Unfortunately for the Ashina, Date men had destroyed their avenue of escape, a bridge over the Nitsubashi River, and those who did not drown attempting to swim to safety were mercilessly put to the sword.
www.samurai-archives.com /masamune.html   (1505 words)

 Daily Nation On the Web
Another woman who made a mark in television entertainment was Ashina Kibibi, the script-writer/actress and co-producer of the Tausi soap opera which, until recently, had remained at the top in ratings for the past three years.
Ashina's creation is also credited with drawing the attention of local advertisers to the potential of local productions.
As in the case of Giagatika, Ashina created a fine interplay of everyday characters on screen, and imaginatively created a saga about the intrigues of social life.
www.nationaudio.com /News/DailyNation/1998/011198/Features/SE8.html   (942 words)

 Tujue (Turkut 突厥) Rulers - China History Forum, online chinese history forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Ashina 阿史那 was the name of the tribe that ruled the Tujue Qaghanate.
All the Qaghans were paternally from the Ashina tribe, while most of the Prime Ministers and Qatun empresses were from the Ashide 阿史德 tribe.
Ashina fled to the Ruanruan with 500 families.
www.chinahistoryforum.com /index.php?showtopic=81&st=0   (2112 words)

 Akitaweb.com.ar - Kakunodate [en]
When Lord Satake of Ibaraki was reassigned to Akita, the Ashina followed him deciding to settle in Kakunodate.
When Ashina Yoshikatsu became lord of Kakunodate he relocated the town to a more suitable location for developing a castle town.
The famous weeping cherry blossom trees were also brought to Kakunodate by the Ashina, descendents of Kyoto aristocrasts.
www.akitaweb.com.ar /php/sub_img/20041025_kkdate.php?lang=en   (112 words)

 History : History and Tradition
In the 14th century, the Ashina clan erected Kurokawa Castle in Aizu.
During the Warring States Period (1467-1568), when the central military government collapsed, the Date clan based in the Fukushima Basin and the Ashina clan based in the Aizu Basin emerged as strong powers in northeastern Japan.
Lord Masamune Date, full of ambition to reunite the country, defeated the Ashina clan in battle and took Kurokawa Castle in l589.
www.pref.fukushima.jp /list_e/hstrd_le.html   (1163 words)

 Date Masamune   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Shortly afterwards a Date retainer named Ouchi Sadatsuna defected to the Ashina of the Aizu region.
On that, Masamune declared war on the Ashina for this betrayal.
Masamune is known for a few things that made him a special daimyo of the time.
date-masamune.area51.ipupdater.com   (615 words)

 Hoga News: Sei Ashina to play the mysterious girl in "SILK"
The beautiful villain in a popular super-hero series "Kamen Rider" ("Masked Rider"), Sei Ashina was chosen to play the mysterious village girl in Italy/Canada/Japan joint project film "SILK", among 800 audition participants.
Ashina's village girl、the "ultimate beauty", strongly attracts Herve at the first glance and makes him decide to come back to Japan, despite of his beautiful wife Helene (Knightley).
Ashina says, "I am spending the best time I ever had in my life with this filming.
hogacentral.blogs.com /hoganews/2006/03/sei_ashina_to_p.html   (449 words)

 Date Masamune
The Date family was founded in the early Kamakura period (1185-1333) by Isa Tomomune who originally came from the Isa district of Hitachi Province (now Ibaraki Prefecture).
Masamune continued on and tortured and killed the families of those involved in the kidnapping of his father.
After defeating the Ashina in 1589, he made the Aizu domain his base of operations.
www.soldiers-russia.com /new_soldiers/far_east/date_bio.htm   (1329 words)

 Neurology -- Correspondence for Ashina et al., 55 (9) 1335-1340
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Ashina, L. Bendtsen, R. Jensen, S. Schifter, I. Jansen–Olesen, and J. Olesen
www.neurology.org /cgi/eletters/55/9/1335   (75 words)

 Aoyagi Samurai Manor Museum
The family founder Aoyagi Touemon first became a vassal of Lord Ashina of Hitach (about 350 kilomters southwest of Kkunodate) in 1570.
The Family moved to Kkunodate following Lord Ashina when the shogun overlord transferred the master to the Akita domain in 1603.
The Ashina reign only lasted for three generations, and the Aoyagi clan came to serve the second master, Lord Satake-Kita, in 1653.
www.samuraiworld.com /english/index.html   (1525 words)

Ashina Naomori built the Higashi Kurokawa Yakata, the first castle building, in 1384.
The procession, which begins at the castle and a passes through the main streets of the city, suggests a large-scale filming location for an old Japanese movie.
Every former owner of the castle (from the Ashina to the Matsudaira lords) is represented in the procession, dressed in their armor and helmets, accompanied by their retainers (more than 500 people), a prince and princess, and members of the Byakkotai.
www.city.aizuwakamatsu.fukushima.jp /e/kanko/kokusai-kanko/area/tsurugajyo.htm   (856 words)

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