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This will come a long way in sorting out BSOD issues that Windows 10 preview users publish on blogs and social network.
More importantly, it was from a place that I will now go back to the next time I get the BSOD.
The acrostic verses of the dedication refer to Bla ma dam pa bsod nams rgyal mtshan dpal bzangpo and Shakya Ye shes (lines 16-18): om a mtshungs reed chos kyi rje bsod nams zbabs la na mo/ on a dpal Idan bla ma dam pa la na tool mo/ om a amo gha shri bba Ira la na mo/om a shakya rgyal tshab 'gro ba'i skyabs cig po la na mo/ om a Ye shes Inga' Idan sku bzhi lhun grub/ om a byams chen mkhyen rtse'i (sic brtse) mnga' bdag rin chen po che la na mo/ om a chos kyi rgyal po zbal snga na la na mo/ om a bdag bsod rgyal gnang la na mo// ( This is followed by lines 18-23, of mantra verses.
RV to supply headsets BSOD and headsets concealed carry for the police Hesse.
mkhas btsun/ khyad pa-dpal sa skya pa chen po rje btsun gong ma rnam (11) lnga dang/ rgyal ba gnyis pa ngor chen rdo rje 'chang chen po/ glo bo mkhan chen mnyam med bsod nams lhun grub legs pa'i byung gnas rgyal mtshan dpal bzang po sogs/ kun mkhyen e wam pa'i gdan rabs mu tig dar la brgyus pa lta bu byon dang
18) And, as indicated by Stag tshang Lo tsa ba Shes rab fin chen's (1405-after 1477) study of the five domains of knowledge (rig gnas lnga), Dpang Lo tsa ba Blo gros brtan pa (1276-1342) and his main disciple and maternal nephew Lo tsa ba Byang chub rtse mo (1303-80), together with Bla ma dam pa Bsod nams rgyal mtshan (1312-75), had subsumed the texts of Dignaga and Dharmakirti under the rubric of abhidharma, unambiguously suggesting therewith their inclusion in the corpus of treatises that have to do with Buddhist soteriology.
Now, with the FDA's Orphan Drug status, we can design clinical trials to further test the effectiveness of bSOD as an enzyme replacement therapy to counteract this deficiency.
In 15th century, Ka thog sprul sku Bsod nams rgyal mtshan (1466-1540) introduced the Ka thog pa tradition in Bhutan.
Among his disciples we find renowned scholars and teachers like "the eight mighty lions" (seng chen): gTsang nag pa brTson 'grus seng ge, Dan bag pa sMra ba'i seng ge, Bru sha bSod nams seng ge, rMa bya rTsod pa'i seng ge (= rMa bya Byang chub brtson 'grus), rTsags dBang phyug seng ge (a teacher of Sa skya Pandita), Myang bran Chos kyi seng ge, lDan ma dKon mchog seng ge and gNyal pa Yon tan seng ge,
The first is the versified biography-cum-eulogy in thirty-eight verses by Khro phu Lo tsa ba Byams pa[`i] dpal (1172-1236), entitled Pan chen shakya shri'i rnam thar [bsdus pa], or, alternatively, Dpal chos kyi rje sa'i steng na 'gran zla dang bral ba'i bsod snyoms pa chen po / pandi ta chen po shakya shri'i rnam thar bsdus pa, hereafter abbreviated as KHRO, whereas the second is Bsod nams dpal bzang po's Sa'i steng na 'gran zla dang bral ba kha che pandi ta shakya shri bhadra'i rnam thar, hereafter abbreviated as BSOD.
Bzangpo yongs bzung gi rab gnas kyi Tika, Bsod nams rtse mo'i gsung 'bum, Vol.
The first is the versified biography-cum-eulogy in thirty-eight verses by Khro phu Lo tsa ba Byams pa[i] dpal (1172-1236), entitled Pan chen shakya shri'i rnam thar [bsdus pa], or, alternatively, Dpal chos kyi rje sa'i steng na 'gran zla dang bral ba'i bsod snyoms pa chen po / pandi ta chen po shakya shri'i rnam thar bsdus pa, hereafter abbreviated as KHRO, whereas the second is Bsod nams dpal bzang po's Sa'i steng na 'gran zla dang bral ba kha che pandi ta shakya shri bhadra'i rnam thar, hereafter abbreviated as BSOD.