guqin

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guqin

(ˌɡuːˈtʃɪn)
n
a traditional Chinese zither
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(Saeki 77) This poem of the 9th century, collected in the first imperial anthology Kokin, shows clearly the impossibility for the divine to overcome the change of seasons presented by Nature.
Agents: Blu Kokin and Elizabeth Kee, CORE; Victoria Rong Kennedy, Citi Habitats (pictured).
They cover composite authorship in Western Zhou bronze inscriptions; the case of the "Tianw[sz]nggui inscription; authorship in the Canon of Songs (ShiJing); the compiler as the narrator: awareness of authorship, authorial presence, and author figurations in Japanese imperial anthologies with a special focus on the Kokin wakashu; fluidity of belonging and creative appropriation: authorship and translation in an Early Sinic song ("Kongmudoha Ka"); appropriating genius: Jin Shengtan's construction of textual authority and authorship in his commented edition of Shuihu Zhuan (The Water Margin Saga); and enlightened authorship: the case of Dogen Kigen.
CO-PRODUCER, Kenneth Kokin. DIRECTED BY David Koepp.
"This was quite unexpected, the company has not warned about the launch," said Alexei Kokin, an analyst with Uralsib brokerage in Moscow.
They are clearly visible in the first imperial waka collection, Kokin Waka situ, which both adopted the seasons as a primary typological principle and also delineated a poetic theory in which the poet's inner world is to be expressed through the description of external phenomena.
The two FAs now report to Buffalo branch manager Gary Kokin.
Last year was very bad for them, while they also offered some discounts for their gas," Uralsib analyst, Alexei Kokin, said.
Alexei Kokin, an oil and gas analyst at Moscow-based UralSib investment bank, is skeptical of the reasoning behind the South Stream, adding that for Gazprom and the other investors, the project "is pretty much a waste" of capital expenditure.