Tai Yuan

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Noun1.Tai Yuan - a branch of the Tai languages
Tai - the most widespread and best known of the Kadai family of languages
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(1) Key Laboratory of Instrumentation Science & Dynamic Measurement, North University of China, Ministry of Education, Tai Yuan 030051, China
(2) Science and Technology on Electronic Test & Measurement Laboratory, North University of China, Tai Yuan 030051, China
Sterile acupuncture needles for single use) were used on the following points: Tai Yuan (LU 9), Gong Sun (SP 4), Yin Ling Quan (SP 9), Da Heng (SP 15), Da Ying (ST 5), Tian Shu (ST 25), Chong Yang (ST 42), Zhong Wan (CV 12) (Figure 1, Figure 2).
After one year several families had saved enough money to purchase a plot of land from a local Tai Yuan man.
A Chinese media firm sent a journalist into the Tai Yuan district's Foxconn factory undercover, during which the reporter trained for seven days, before spending three days working on the factory floor.
The ship's Taiwanese owner lost contact with Tai Yuan 227 two days ago as it headed for the Maldives.
This is even more the case for Lan Na-China interactions given that the most prominent Tai Yuan chronicles--Jinakalamalipakaran.
The Northern Thai (or "thai' du Nord") discussed in this paper has nothing to do with the Northern Tai of LT; Northern Thai belongs to the Southwestern Tai branch and comprises dialects such as Tai Yuan or Tai Khun.
Finnish process industry machinery and systems supplier Metso Corporation said on Friday (20 May) that its subsidiary Metso Minerals would supply three lime calcining plants to the Chinese stainless steel manufacturer Tai Yuan Iron & Steel (Group) Co.
Whether or not the reader will be convinced by Rhum's recourse to Levi-Straussian-style structuralism to explicate the underlying significance of "the major spirits of a Tai Yuan village" (p.
I have little enthusiasm for the book's analytical stance (Kingshill's adoption of Opler's "cultural themes" approach(2) seems often overworked and at times excessively naive), but I continue to find the book a precious source of ethnographic detail on the dominant ethnic group of North Thailand, the Tai Yuan or Khon Muang, particularly in the spheres of agricultural technology and popular religious practices.