Jamshid

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Jamshid

(dʒæmˈʃiːd) or

Jamshyd

n
(Non-European Myth & Legend) Persian myth a ruler of the peris who was punished for bragging that he was immortal by being changed into human form. He then became a great king of Persia. See also peri
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The image is generally identified as having Iranian, specifically Sasanian, origins; perhaps connected to a reference in Zoroastrian literature where farr leaves Yima, the first of the human race, in the shape of a falcon and dove.
Mode of occurrence of several harmful trace elements in Yima coal.
The raw coal samples used in the experiments were obtained from the Yima Group, Henan Province.
Li, "Application of seismic velocity tomography in underground coal mines: a case study of Yima mining area, Henan, China," Journal of Applied Geophysics, vol.
Patchwork |lace and metallic mesh create the sophisticated and stunning Yima design
H91: Even Yima, the son of Vivahvan, became notorious for (one instance of) such crimes, the ox, who tried to satisfy the mortals, our (people) ...
on Thursday, when 18 miners were working in a shaft of Qianqiu Coal Mine, owned by the Henan Yima Coal Industry Group.
At the same time, the venture will use SES's advanced, proprietary gasification technology in these Asian markets and will keep the ownership of its two operating plants in China, Yima and Zaozhuang (ZZ), the company further said.
(3) Post-Doctoral Research Station, Yima Mining Corporation Limited, Sanmenxia, Henan 472300, China
According to the information database acquired from the 2215 coal face in Changcun Coal Mine of Yima Coal Industry Group Co., 400 groups of samples are randomly extracted and rearranged as shown in Figure 6.
llego, llego Nekaturu ru nekaturu Por eso, es por eso, es lo que Nakaturu pi paei necesitan a yima yima ya utuuni esos, esos que cantan los a emaa i emaa pihuichos, los pihuichos.