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Innwa

Innwa or Inwa, formerly Ava (äˈvə), village, central Myanmar, on the Ayeyarwady River, 10 mi (16 km) S of Mandalay. Founded in 1364, it was the capital of a dynasty of Burmese kings until 1783 (when it was replaced by Amarapura) and again from 1823 to 1837. The ruins of its former great palace and walls remain.
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Listing 29: INNWA def weighted_average(self, weights): """ :return: IVNN """ weights_sum = [R] for weight in weights: assert [R] <= weight <= 1 weights_sum += weight assert weights_sum == 1 t_lower_dot_product = 1.[R] t_upper_dot_product = 1.[R] i_lower_dot_product = 1.[R] i_upper_dot_product = 1.[R] f_lower_dot_product = 1.[R] f_upper_dot_product = 1.[R] for ivnn, weight in zip(self._ivnns, weights): t_lower_dot_product *= pow(1 - ivnn._t_lower, weight) t_upper_dot_product *= pow(1 - ivnn._t_upper, weight) i_lower_dot_product *= pow(ivnn._i_lower, weight) i_upper_dot_product *= pow(ivnn._i_upper, weight) f_lower_dot_product *= pow(ivnn.
This notion of living out the consequences of past sexual sin, and its connection with mind/heart and image, was eloquently put by the main character of the novel Smile as They Bow, by Nu Nu Yi (Innwa).
These are distributed by Innwa Bookstore, but many hotels stock copies.