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Guo·yu

 (gwô′yo͞o′) also Kuo·yu (kwô′-)
n.

[Mandarin guóyǔ, loan translation (using the Mandarin readings of the two Chinese characters used to write the Japanese word) of Japanese kokugo, national language (of Japan) : koku, nation, country (from Early Middle Chinese kwək) + go, language (from Early Middle Chinese ŋı̷ă').]
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Chinese lexicons, e.g., Ci yuan and Guoyu cidian, refer to the zhong of Zhong lun as zhong (here, perhaps, "the mean"); Makeham's translation treats it as zhong meaning "to hit the mark." Though no mention is made in the present book as to why Makeham has chosen to read the graph in this way, presumably he will do so in his forthcoming annotated translation of Zhong lun.
As a result, the Guoyu cidian (Dictionary of the National Language), a dictionary produced during the first years of the Chinese republic, contains only a couple of Manchu loanwords in its pages,(9) and one of these is missing in the recently published, allegedly more comprehensive and much larger, Hanyu da cidian (Great Dictionary of Chinese).
He argues that the mountain in question is Mount Huo, also known as the Taiyueshan or Huotaishan.(9) His best evidence is an incident recorded in the Discourses of the States (Guoyu) and the Guanzi and a passage from the Surviving Zhou Documents (Yi Zhoushu).
50 In the Han-period Shiji and in the late Warring States Guoyu, Chu rulers were referred to by the title wang.
The translation of the Chinese classics was also important to the Khitan rulers of the Liao dynasty (937-1125), who ordered Tangut translations of a number of Chinese texts, including the Lunyu, Xiaojing, and Erya.(74) Even the rulers of the Toba Wei dynasty (385-550) valued the Chinese classics, as attested by the existence of an entry listing a Guoyu Xiaojing ("National Language Version of the Classic of Filial Piety") in the "Monograph on Literature" of the History of the Sui Dynasty.(75) Ligeti asserts that this entry refers to a Toba Wei dynasty Tabghatch translation of the Classic of Filial Piety.
Second, the man can speak "guoyu", the newly ratified national language of China.
450-395 BCE, which falls in between the Zuo zhuan and Guoyu [phrase omitted] narrative on the one hand and the bulk of the Warring States-period sources on the other.
Xu Guoyu, vice president of Industry Marketing and Solutions, Huawei Enterprise Business Group, said: "Cairo OpenLab is an important part of our global OpenLab plan as we serve local regions through our global expertise, talents, technologies, and customer business successes.
Xu Guoyu, Vice President of Industry Marketing & Solutions, Huawei Enterprise Business Group, said on the launch ceremony: "Cairo OpenLab is an important part of Huawei's global OpenLab plan as Huawei serves local regions through its global expertise, talents, technologies, and customer business successes.
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Guoyu, Research on Chinese Named Entity Recognition Based on Deep Learning, Beijing University of Technology, 2015.