The 1,000-kilogram female, called Maysa but given the nickname ''Ei-chan'' for Japanese audiences, and the 600-kg male, called Puky
but nicknamed ''Mikki,'' had been working for the Kinoshita Circus based in Okayama Prefecture, western Japan, since July last year.
Parent, 1870, and Le Communisme individualiste: Nouveau projet de reorganisation sociale, Geneve: Imprimerie Pfeffer & Puky
While there are institutional similarities in emerging economies, there are also critical differences in domains as diverse as venture capital function (Ahlstrom & Bruton, 2006; Bruton, Ahlstrom, & Puky
, 2009), IPOs and foreign market entry (Moore, Bell, & Filatotchev, 2010), and the liability of foreignness (Zaheer, 1995).
People who have given nothing to the world in the way of writing (and never will) presume to use other men's work at nominal, and by God I mean nominal, prices for their own benefit and profit and to justify themselves as editors or critics or connoisseurs, in furtherance of which they write puky
little introductions and sit back with an indulgent smile and all nine pockets open.
Some similar approaches were found in other developing economies including India and Latin America (Bruton, Ahlstrom, & Puky
, 2009; Bruton, Ahlstrom, & Singh, 2002).