Jinsha


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Jinsha

(jĭn`shä`), formerly

Shashi

(shä`shû`) or

Shasi

(shä`sē`), city (1994 est. pop. 683,000), S Hubei prov., China, on the Chang River. It is an important trade center for the N Dongting Lake basin and the site of a massive reservoir built to protect the central Hubei plains from floods. Textile and handicrafts are the main products. Jinsha is connected to Hunan prov. by canal.
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It is built on one of the most important archaeological discoveries in the 21st century, Jinsha Relic.
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Earlier, Aidan O'Brien's Jinsha Lake, winner of a Navan maiden in May and a little unlucky when fifth on his handicap debut here on Wednesday, makes a quick reappearance, with a major chance, in the Kelly Foley & Co.
Another significant concentration of rock paintings featuring large animals is found in the Jinsha River valley, and it is believed to be very early, possibly dating to the local Neolithic (Tacon et al.
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Among the 41 papers-become-articles are discussions of an analytical methodology for studying the corrosion of ferrous archaeological remains in soils, the in situ preservation and monitoring of the James Matthews shipwreck site, issues of in situ conservation at Jinsha in the People's Republic of China, the results of cultural management of the Croatian Archaeological Heritage with special considerations for cost effectiveness in the case of Roman lovia, and a survey of visitors to colonial archaeological sites conserved in situ in Australia and New Zealand.
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While no figures were revealed, last year's similar "Duel at Jinsha Lake" -- an event to promote luxury real estate -- involving Woods and McIlroy was for a reported pot of $2 million.
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Located in southwest China Jinsha River, the Xiangjiaba power plant is owned by the China Three Gorges Corporation (CTG).
About 120,000 cubic meters of mud, rocks and debris were estimated tumbling into the Jinsha River, which triggered huge waves and caused damages in Kahaluo Township, Leibo County of the neighboring Sichuan Province, Xinhua quoted the publicity department of Yongshan County as saying.
The State Council's decision reverses the suspension of dam-building on the Salween announced by Premier Wen Jiabao in 2004, after an international uproar over the start of multiple megaprojects in the National Nature Reserves, adjacent to the world heritage area -- a stunning canyon region through which the Salween, the Mekong and the Jinsha flow in parallel.