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woodcut

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(14.) Yunjing jiaozheng [phrase omitted], facsimile of xylograph, ed.
There is still a rich cultural variety that includes handicraft developed by artisans such as Master Vitalino, Master in Xylograph Severino Borges, among others.
He still has Xamax Xylograph, or 'Bubbles' as she's known at home.
(35.) The xylograph blocks of the "Collected Works" of Stag-rtse sku-skye Mipham-phun-tshogs-shes-rab have been preserved in Lo Mustang, and prints from them were obtained in 1971 by the U.S.
This is the nineteenth part of the thirteenth volume of the great series describing the Oriental manuscripts and xylographs kept in German libraries.
Wilson and Norah McEllistrim enjoyed many a success with Xamax Xylograph, a long-distance specialist who racked up 15 open wins over trips from 660 to 668m.
Reproduced from Dudjom Rinpoche's xylograph collection by Sonam T.
There are also opens at Hull, Milton Keynes, Perry Barr and Reading, with Litter Lout, Sherwood Dan, Barracuda Kate and Xamax Xylograph the respective suggestions.
The first xylograph copies of Bka' 'gyur were made available in 1410 during the reign of Emperor Yongle of the Ming Dynasty.
First he collected a number of witnesses, including many old prints of both the Guhyasamaja Tantra itself as well as old xylograph prints of the Pradipodyotana from 'Bras spungs, Bkra shis lhun po, Ri bo mdangs chen, and Snar thang.
Xamax Xylograph looks a class above her rivals in the marathon and she will be many a banker in multiple-bets tonight.
9.00pm (50/25/10) Xamax Xylograph 32-35, Sallys Darling 1-3, Moreton Jazz 2-4, Doras Miller 10-13, Lovely Quest 15-18, Heavenly Duchess 18-21