Qi

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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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(75) Here I use the generic term "shame" that has a number of specific terms in classical Chinese, hsiu, ju, and ch'ih. Mencius often used the first and Hsun Tzu the second term.
Since 2A:2 describes ch'i as what fills the body and as something guided by and supporting ch'ih, the directions of the heart/mind, ch'i probably serves as the aspect of the person that mediates between the heart/mind and the body.
These statutes could be amended by imperial edict (ch'ih [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED]) or by the issuance of other categories of legal regulations, such as ordinances (ling [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED]), regulations (ko [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED] ), or specifications (shih [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED]).