5 Ikebana International presents Holiday designs from Sogetsu in the Moss Hall at Moorings Presbyterian Church, ikebananaples.
What does II stand for?
II stands for Ikebana International
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- I Have You On My Mind
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- International Himalayan Yoga Teachers Association (Canada)
- Intensive Harvest Zone (Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources)
- Italia Hotel Zentrale (Germany)
- 2 (Roman numeral)
- Biremis (Latin: Biremes, epigraphy)
- I Hear & I Understand
- Ice Imp (gaming)
- IcyIcy (band)
- Illegal Immigrant
- Image Intensifier (Passive Night Vision Usage)
- Image(ry) Interpreter/Interpretation
- Imposto de Importação (Brazil)
- Imus Institute
- Incident Investigation
- Infinite Innovation Ltd (IT/Internet solution company)
- Information Indicator Digits (telecommunications)
- Information Interoperability
- Inspection Instruction
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The garden, funded by the Commemorative Organization for the Japan World Exposition AAE70, the Greater Amman Municipality, Ikebana International, JICA and JT International (Jordan) Limited, is located on a space area of 3 dunums.
As a leading member of both Ikebana International and the Hong Kong branch of Sogetsu Teachers' Association, Evans has been active in advocating the propagation of ikebana in Hong Kong and in Asia.
Tour of three Japanesegardens, by Sacramento Chapter, Ikebana International.
IKEBANA INTERNATIONAL 791 Harbour Drive, Naples--Moorings Presbyterian Church Ikebana International presents Hanakotoba, the Language of Flowers Exhibit, 10 a.
Ikebana Jordan Chapter*The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan awarded Jordan Chapter of Ikebana International the Foreign Minister's Commendation for its contributions to the deepening of friendship and mutual understanding between Japan and Jordan through the promotion of Japanese art of Ikebana.
uk Friday, March 18, 2005 Birmingham Chapter of Ikebana International, demonstration by Margaret Jenkinson of the Ichiyo School.