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Daishinin kyoiku kankei hanrei soshusei

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        StatementEmuti Shuppan
        PublishersEmuti Shuppan
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        LC Classifications1991
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 133 p. :
        Number of Pages50
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 104896141040
        Series
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Daishinin kyoiku kankei hanrei soshusei (1991 edition)

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9 3 Persons who commit acts in self-defence. The system of tanshinfunin is supported by the courts. Uehata Tetsunojo has identified a number of pertinent factors which break the natural rhythm of the body, causing the deterioration of the circulatory organs.