Emei


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Emei

ŭ`mā` or

Omei

(ō`mā`, ŭ`–), peak, c.10,000 ft (3,050 m) high, SW Sichuan prov., central China. With many Buddhist images and temples and monasteries, it is one of China's sacred peaks.
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Member Customs Zahid Hussain Khokhar says after consultations, the government has introduced the new system from March 2018 wherein the customs paid mobile phones EMEI numbers would be entered in the software system.
Experimenters used instructional trials, that met the requirements of learn units (Albers and Greer 1991; Emurian, Hu, Wang, and Durham 2000; Greer 1994, 2002; Greer and Ross 2008) to teach responses to the stimuli to the mastery criterion during EMEI intervention.
It's the tallest of the Four Sacred Buddhist Mountains of China, located around an hour's drive from the centre of Emei.
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Es importante senalar que el BCRP es el primer banco central en el mundo que ha adoptado el EMEI en un contexto de dolarizacion (BCRP, 2003).
En efecto, vivo en el monte Emei, soy un genio de la montana y me llamo Tekkanshi.
It looks out on the nexus of three rivers near Mount Emei, where Buddhism was first introduced to China, and was built by a Chinese monk named Haitong who hoped to quell a local river monster that had caused floods and capsized boats.
Taken from Emei Shan, one of four sacred Buddhist peaks in China, the boulder will be replaced by a piece of rock from the Rigi.
And the five great (sacred) mountains or Meru, Songgao, Taishan Nanheng, Huashan and Beiheng; the four great famous mountains, Wutai, Putuo Emei and Jiuhua; the four unfordable rivers, Dajiang, Huangho, Huaishui and Jishui; and the five great lakes, Taihu, Poyanghu, Qingcaohu, Danyanghu and Dongtinghu.
An Emperor Motion Picture, Beijing Buyilehu Film and Culture and China Film Group presentation of a Happy Blue Sea Film & Television Group, Emei Film Group and Chinavision Media Group production.
Located close to the tea-producing Emei Shan mountain, the Haoshang Bridge links the Giant Buddha of Leshan to temples on a nearby island.
1995): Dinosaur and bird footprints from the Lower Cretaceous of Emei County, Sichuan.