Asahi Soft Drinks
Asahi Soft Drinks Co., Ltd (アサヒ飲料株式会社, Asahi Inryō Kabushiki Kaisha?) is a soft drink company founded in 1982 and headquartered in the Azuma-bashi district of Sumida, Tokyo, Japan. It is a subsidiary of Asahi Breweries. The company sponsors the Asahi Soft Drinks Challengers, an American football team in the Japanese X-League, as well as a futsal team.
... some press coverage, their real breakthrough came with the 1999 release, The Soft Bulletin ... of harmonies and orchestrated sounds, The Soft Bulletin also featured greater use of synthesizers, drum machines, sound effects and more studio manipulation ... for their audience and to accurately reproduce the sound of The Soft Bulletin live, the Lips devised the concept of the "Headphone Concert" ...
... English orthography, the pronunciation of hard ⟨g⟩ is /ɡ/ and that of soft ⟨g⟩ is /dʒ/ in a number of French loanwords, soft ⟨g⟩ is /ʒ/ ... In word roots of non-Germanic origin, the soft ⟨g⟩ pronunciation occurs before ⟨i e y⟩ while the hard ⟨g⟩ pronunciation occurs elsewhere Digraphs and ... irregularities include margarine and mortgagor, pronounced with a soft ⟨g⟩ gaol and gaoler, alternative spellings of jail and jailer as well as a few American English ...
... operate successfully as a regional independent soft drink producer for over a century ... Subsequently, the South Australian Brewing Company purchased the soft drink manufacturing activities and they onsold the business to Cadbury Schweppes, who closed ... Today, Woodroofe soft drinks continue to be marketed as a regional brand in South Australia ...
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