ATOMIC BOMBING by the US

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    I'm a member of Matsuyama Century Lions Club.

Battleships Yamato & Prince of Wales

Canada 2012

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    Ski Tour to Canada and Accidental Tour to Korea

Josei Touring 2011 Summer

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    城西自動車学校のツーリングクラブの写真です。2011年7月17日行き先は面河。

Rio

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Birthday Party

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    50th Birthday Party 50歳の誕生日をネットの仲間が祝ってくれました。我が家でバーベキューをしています。

Alsace

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    2010春 次女とフライブルクから日帰り旅行 詰め込んでます。少しずつ整理してゆきます。

South Korea 2009

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    2009年3月長女のEriと韓国旅行をしました。僕の目的は板門店、Eriの目的はソウル観光。

My House

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    http://kumo.typepad.jp/weblog/2008/05/my-garden-won-t.html

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Jan 25, 2009

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Yup - you are right. Before (many years ago) it was called PS (in English hp or horsepower). Kw stands (I think) for kilowat - but I am not familiar how to calculate PS into Kw! It goes, by the way for bikes and cars.

Thank you for your comments. I thought this system was very nice.

By the way, "kw" is not familiar to me. Is it commonly used in German to describe the power of motorcycls? We usually use displacement.

And one more comment here, too.

Concerning Germany: everyone has to ride a motorcycle of upto 25kw without having an accident or receiving a ticket for 2 years, after obtaining the driver's license. After that the license is automatically converted in a regular ("o-gata") license, without any cost! More about this on this German link by the ADAC (similar to JAF): http://www.adac.de/Recht_und_Rat/Fuehrerschein/EU_Fuehrerschein/Die_Neuregelungen_beim_Motorradfuehrerschein/default.asp

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