Dishan

Dishan

(dī`shăn), in the Bible, son of Seir the Horite.
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5) The second piece is cited from Xu Dishan, a Chinese Christian literary writer, whose fiction will help us understand the contestation of the Christian Bible with the native Chinese scriptures during the Protestant missionary era in China (1807-1949).
For Asian GS, Dishan Navodya was the pick of the bowlers with three for 33.
Dishan Guo, Chairman and CEO of CICC, "Together with BEUB, we will provide the best nutriceutical products with the lowest price in China to our 2 million active members and their families.
Students learn as much in the classroom as from each other," says Dishan Kamdar, ISB's Senior Associate Dean ( PGP).
Sri Lanka captain Tillakaratne Dishan fractured a finger during his impressive first-innings 193 and his team are 8-1 to triumph.
Daniel Vettori-led Bangalore, who were asked to bat first, struggled to get momentum after losing early wickets and needed a 91-run third wicket stand between Tillakaratne Dishan (59 not out) and AB de Villiers (38) to bail them out.
Tillakaratne Dishan should be fit to play after recovering from an ankle injury he sustained at practice this week.
Qiu Dishan, Zhang Lining, and Zhu Jianghan, "Study of Task Process of Maritime Target Surveillance, Its Modeling Method" Military Operations Research and Systems Engineering (December 2007).
1] Yuanzuo Li, Dishan Qiu, Properties of Generalized Connectedness of Graph and Commonly-Used Connecting Structures, Journal of Systems Engineering, 15(2000), No.
Chan Wai-Keung, "Transcending Differences between Christianity and Buddhism with Love: The Life and Literary Works of Xu Dishan," pp.
Daniels JL, Dishan AF, Teschke K, Hertz-Picciotto I, Savitz DA, Blatt J, et al.
Among the prominent Christian novelists are Lao She, Xu Dishan, Bing Xing, and Mu Dan.