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X), Bomon Kiyotada Died 1338. A member of the kuge class. Son of Fujiwara Toshisuke, Kiyotada worked against Ashikaga Takauji at the court. Bon The festival of the dead. Some parts of Japan celebrate Bon (also Obon) in midJuly, others in mid-August. The spirits of the dead are believed to return to earth at Bon. During this holiday, which generally lasts about three days, many people return to their hometowns to visit their families and say hello to their ancestors. Buddhism Bukkyo in Japanese.
See also: Bungo Province (pg. X), Buzen Province (pg. X), Chikugo Province (pg. X), Fukuoka (pg. X), Hizen Province (pg. X), Kuroda Nagamasa (pg. X), Kyūshū (pg. X), Sekigahara, Battle of (pg. X), Chiryaku Chitsu Cho Densu aka Mincho Lived 1352 to 1431. Chōgen Nengō: 1028--1036. 47 Chōhō Chōhō Nengō: 999--1003. Chōji Nengō: 1104--1105. Chōjō Nengō: 1132--1134. aka Chōshō. Chōkan Nengō: 1163--1164. Chōkei-tennō The 98th Emperor of Japan. Reigned 1368 to 1383. Chōkyō Nengō: 1487--1488. Chōkyū Nengo: 1040--1043.
Article 68. In order to meet special requirements, the Government may ask the consent of the Imperial Diet to a certain amount as a Continuing Expenditure Fund, for a previously fixed number of years. Article 69. In order to supply deficiencies, which are unavoidable, in the Budget, and to meet requirements unprovided for in the same, a Reserve Fund shall be provided in the Budget. Article 70. When the Imperial Diet cannot be convoked, owing to the external or internal condition of the country, in case of urgent need for the maintenance of public safety, the Government may take all necessary financial measures, by means of an Imperial Ordinance.