Yanan


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Yanan

(ˈjænˈæn) or

Yenan

n
(Placename) a city in NE China, in N Shaanxi province: political and military capital of the Chinese Communists (1935–49). Pop: 343 000 (2005 est). Also called: Fushih
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Yanan - a language group of the Hokan family
Hokan, Hoka - a family of Amerindian languages spoken in California
Yahi - the Yanan language spoken by the Yahi
Yana - the Yanan language spoken by the Yana
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Byline: KELVIN CHAN AND YANAN WANG newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk
(1) Cesitli endustriyel alanlarda (metal yuzey temizligi, metal kaplamacilik, plastik sanayii, gubre sanayii, zirai ilac, altin madenciligi ve kuyumculuk), toplu oz kiyim ve terorist saldirilarda kullanilmasinin yanisira; kapali ortam yanginlarinda yanan plastik maddelerden de aciga cikabilmektedir.
Aili Wang (iD), (1,2,3) Shuhui Li, (1) Liya Zhang, (1) Hou Chen, (1) Yanan Li, (1) Lihua Hu, (2) Xiong Peng (2)
Cin'den bildirilen 400 cocuk hastanin degerlendirildigi bir calismada ise en sik yanan bolgeler sirasi ile bas boyun (%53,5), alt ekstremite yaniklari (%52,3) ve ust ekstremite yaniklari (%48) olarak bildirilmistir (10).
"It is still very early days in the development of robots and at present, those that are used in a working capacity are not intuitive enough to work closely and safely with human users," said lead author Yanan Li, Lecturer at the University of Sussex in the UK.
The news comes after Liu Yanan, a former teacher at the RYB Education New World kindergarten in Beijing was sentenced to 18 months in prison last week for pricking children with needles.
China's Li Yanan also settled for bronze in the same category after beating Hungary's Eva Csernoviczki.
On the occasion, Xian Yanan and Zeng Xueke presented traditional Tang Music and dance.
Yanan Jia (jiayana1@msu.edu) is Graduate Student, Department of Agriculture, Food, and Resource Economics, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
Liu argues that Mao's conception of the Chinese Revolution, evolving over the years from the early Jiangxi period (192734) to the Yanan period (1935-45), depends largely on two pillars--the peasants and ideology, or the "army of the guns" (Red Army of peasants) and the "army of pens" (revolutionary ideology or cultural revolution).
Dynamic change in spring habitat use by the brown-eared pheasant (Crossptilon mantchuricum) in the Huanglong Mountains, Yanan City, Shaanxi Province, China.
The omens were good for the 2014 bronze medallist when she began the competition with a win over ChinaA's Sun Yanan, against whom she had suffered a leg injury at the 2016 Olympics.