Ringi

Some articles on ringi:

Barbaric Machine Clan Gaiark - Barbaric Machine Beasts - Other Barbaric Machine Beasts
... Beast-Fist Akugata, Nunchaku Banki can perform Ringi ... Nunchaku Banki's Ringi Air Splitting Wave (空裂波, Kureppa?) is a dimensional Ringi, and Delayed Weakening (時劣態, Jirettai?) is a Ringi that has a delayed effect on the opponent that injures him ...
Rin Jūken Akugata - Rin Beasts
... the Rinki of Rio and Mere was they execute the Ringi Bringing Beast (招来獣, Shōrai Jū?) ... It can also fire Rinki from its mouth in Ringi called the "Lion's Roar" (獅子吼, Shishikō?) ... Rin Chameleon can cloak itself and Ringi called the "Bind Firmly" (玩茨固め, Ganji Gatame?) which extends the tongue and constricts opponent movement, Ringi called the "Hang ...
Rin Jūken Akugata - Ringi - Other Styles' Ringi
... Great Castle Whip (長城鞭, Chōjōben?) Kademu's secret Ringi ... Rapid-Growth Arm (速生腕, Sokuseiwan?) Moriya's secret Ringi mimics the gecko's automic talent by shedding off his own arm to escape a hold and growing a new one while the discarded arm's surprise attack ... Transformation (重獄変, Jūgoku Hen?) Sorisa's secret Ringi covers her opponent with great numbers of scorpions that also sting simultaneously to poison and kill ...
Japanese Management Culture - Managerial Style
... The physical action of “ringiseido” is referred to as the “ringi decision-making process.” The “ringi decision-making process” fosters an environment of support and agreement for a ... The term of “ringi” has two meanings ... for “routine decisions.” The process of “ringi decision-making” is conducted through a document called a “ringisho.” The “ringisho” is created and circulated by the individual ...
Ringier - History
... In 1833 Johann Rudolf Ringi­er pur­chased a print­ing works fa­cility in the Swiss town of Zofingen and began by print­ing regional gazettes and school curri­cu­lums ... In 1959 Ringi­er took the Swiss public by surprise launch­ing the country's first tabloid, Blick ... Ringi­er first ven­tured into the televi­sion busi­ness in 1984, founding the local TV programming compa­ny, Züriv­i­sion ...