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  1. Collaborations

    Collaborations is rapper KJ-52's second studio album, and his first distributed by BEC Recordings. It features his most known song, "Dear Slim" which was shown on Total Request Live and described his aspirations such as "Rise Up" featuring Rob Beckley of Pillar and Trevor McNevan of Thousand Foot Krutchas well as "Revenge of the Nerds" featuring Pigeon John.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of collaborations in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of collaborations in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

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  1. Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi:

    Through collaborations with promising local start-ups with cutting-edge technologies, we aim to develop a variety of key technologies that will be essential for the future of mobility.

  2. Ray Jayawardhana:

    Half a century later, returning to the moon is overdue, i would hope that it is a sustained effort, a long-term national commitment, one that also involves international partnerships and public-private collaborations. A multidimensional lunar program would be quite exciting. Apollo 11 landed on the moon five years after the first American robotic probe reached the surface. And this is an ambitious goal in the foreseeable future that rallies science, technology and the human spirit together.

  3. Monica Araya:

    If you talk to citizens, entrepreneurs or investors in renewables, or people working on energy efficiency in cities, the conversation is all about the country we want to build... the cooperation we need, the collaborations we want.

  4. Maria Zuber:

    The Institute will revisit collaborations with these entities as circumstances dictate.

  5. Toshi Nishimura:

    Collaborations with citizen scientists are getting increasingly important because they can become mobile sensors that chase interesting aurora easily and catch new features that scientists didnt notice before.

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