Iwo Jima

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the largest of the Volcano Islands of Japan

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a bloody and prolonged operation on the island of Iwo Jima in which American marines landed and defeated Japanese defenders (February and March 1945)

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Opposing the IO's request, defence counsel Amir Raza Naqvi contended that the court had extended his client's remand on the last date by directing the IO to produce the documentary record related to the purported inquiries, but he failed to do so.
A two-member bench, comprising Justice Aftab Gorar and Justice Amjad Ali Sahito, issued notices to the SSP and the IO to appear before it on February 18.
At this, the court ordered the NAB IO to leave the room for a short time.
The defence said that they would abandon the proceedings if the IO didn't go outside, after which, the court ordered the NAB IO to leave the room for a short period of time.
He suggested that as Io re-emerges into sunlight at the end of an eclipse, frozen gas in the form of bright frost deposits blanketing the moon's surface should reflect more sunlight briefly before evaporating and restoring Io to its normal brightness.
The company is committed to working in conjunction with market leaders such as ABB and IO to provide technology solutions and services that support the emerging 380V DC standard.
The decorative system allows Io to be used in even more locations.
During operations, commanders synchronize offensive and defensive IO to produce complementary and reinforcing effects.
The petitioner provided recording of the voice of the IO to the bench.
He also questioned the IO for dropping the names of two police officers without any cogent reasons and asked the IO to remove the defects from the investigation report.
Square Enix plans to sell IO to interested investors, but if an agreement isn't reached, the Danish studio might be shut down.
The group traces this effect to the large electric current that flows from Io to Jupiter.
Nor is there likely to be enough sulfur on or within Io to account for the estimated 550 cubic kilometers of volcanic material that spews onto the surface each year.