geyan


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geyan

(ˈɡeɪən)
adv
somewhat
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The independent, handmade gin is developed, distilled, blended and bottled at the four AA rosette restaurant Stovell's by award winning chef Fernando Stovell, mixologist Geyan Surendran and restaurant manager Cameron Bownes.
One of his chief haunts is Yujue Shan (Mount of Sheer Profusion), the easternmost of the three mysterious peaks of Mount Geyan (Mount of Abundant Kudzu; also known as Xixuan).
Wu and Ma (1998), however, classified Chinese "proverbs and sayings" into yanyu ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]/proverbs; popular short, pithy saying that expresses a profound precept), chengyu ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] /idioms; most of which have a historical origin and consist of four Chinese characters), xiehouyu ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] /two-part allegorical witty sayings), geyan ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]/maxims; short sentences for expostulation) and jingju ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] /epigrams; short, pointed sentences expressing a wise or clever observation or a general truth).
The ECHO benchtop selective robotic solder system with Geyan solder feeder eliminates the possibility of solder balls or spattering.