guqin

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guqin

(ˌɡuːˈtʃɪn)
n
a traditional Chinese zither
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Kuchin, "Determination of the mass spectrum of quarkonia by the Nikiforov-Uvarov method," Russian Physics Journal, vol.
Hanzhen Yap and Yvonne Yap Yok Wan, 2016, Kuching: Legacy of the White Rajahs (a sketch book of historical buildings in the city of Kuchin).
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Although Sadan does not discuss the Burmese terms but rather conceptions among the Kuchin, her discussion is highly relevant to the broader context of Burma (Sadan 2007).
3 REDMOND 18, 38, 90 ATTENDANCE: 3,000 REFEREE: ARTYOM KUCHIN (KAZKHSTAN) AS he did so often before calling time on the end of his playing days, an attacking talent wearing the No 11 proved the difference between two teams.
Kuchin, "Modification of epoxy-anhydride polymers with aluminum oxide," Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, vol.
Kuchin, Haim Malka and Juliana Smith, Turkey's Evolving Dynamics: Strategic Choices for U S - Turkey's Relations (Washington: Centre for Strategic and International Studies, 2006), 22.
Kuchin Liu said the delegation highlighted the photoelectric industry in the Middle East, especially Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states, and the need to expand business opportunities through meetings that took place with representatives of the Kuwaiti companies interested in this field.
His fieldnote entry for 1 April 1880 reads: When the teacher Kuchin [Guceng](6) arrived on Erub in 1871 the inhabitants of both sexes numbered 190.
Mafia hitman Mikhail Kuchin was gunned down in a gang war in the city of Yekaterinburg and was buried in one of the most expensive plots in the local cemetery.
That angered the Astra players and Gary Warren and Gabriel Enache were soon involved in afters which led to both being spoken to by ref Artyom Kuchin who strangely didn't stop play for a water break in the first half despite a request from the Inverness players.