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Qi

(1) See Qi wireless charging.

(2) A functional programming language developed by Mark Tarver that adds many features to LISP. Introduced in 2005, Qi is also written in LISP. See Lisp and functional programming.

(3) (Qi Hardware) A copyleft hardware project that requires all schematics to be made public. In 2010, the Ben NanoNote palmtop running OpenWrt was a Qi Hardware product. See OpenWrt and copyleft.
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It is here, on one of these massive rock faces that the 110-meter Chee Chan Buddha looms so large, as it is carved directly into these rock faces.
Given that sleep deprivation has been shown to decrease cognitive performance and health, Chee hopes that the Singapore government would implement the later start time across all schools.
Once connected, staff from Ohio's Department of Youth Services (DYS) talked with CHEE staff about what is happening to juvenile youth, Strayhorn explains.
Other bail conditions prevent Dr Chee from contacting any of the complainants and rule he must live at an address approved by the court.
Chee was the Inventor of The Coaching Principles (TCP) the Situational Coaching Model (SCM) and Achievers Coaching Techniques.
Chee was joined by representatives from the Federation of Kwang Tung Associations (Women Section), Federation of Chinese Associations Malaysia (Hua Zong), the Malaysian Chinese Women Entrepreneurs Foundation, Malaysia Hindu Sangam and several other groups.
Delightfully narrated by the youngest member of the Fabulous Zee Family Flea Circus, Chee tells the story of one of the world's favorite traditions.
Her Chee developed its hybrid mini-cars after three years of on-road and laboratory tests, Chen said.
Chee is credited with helping build UBS's presence in China, where it is one of a handful of foreign investment banks that have joint ventures, allowing it to serve as an underwriter.
As such, the marks are similar to the extent that they share the syllable pronounced CHEE.
Coventry's Taoist Cultural Arts Association is launching introductory classes across the city to commemorate and spread the life's work of its founder, Chee Soo.
Just months after meeting Chinese grandmaster Chee Soo, the engineering apprentice had been taught dietary secrets from the Far East that cured his long-standing hay fever and blood pressure problems, started to learn the ancient skills of Taoist acupressure and developed his skills in kung fu and tai chi.