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(a) Profit, the principle of gain in contrast with the principle of righteousness (i). (Mencius, etc.) (b) Benefit, 'that which, when obtained, gives pleasure,' or the largest amount of happiness for the greatest number of people, as a result of Universal Love (chien ai). Righteousness, loyalty, filial piety, and accomplishment are forms of li. (M....
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(from the article `Thamd`) The Qur`n mentions the Thamd as examples of the transitoriness of worldly power. Traditionally, the Thamd were warned by the prophet li to worship ...
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[n] - Chinese distance measure
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• (n.) A Chinese copper coin; a cash. See Cash. • (n.) A Chinese measure of distance, being a little more than one third of a mile.
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noun Chinese distance measure; approximately 0.5 kilometers
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[Confucian] Li (trad. 禮, simp. 礼, pinyin lĭ ) is a classical Chinese word which finds its most extensive use in Confucian and post-Confucian Chinese philosophy. Li encompasses not a definitive object but rather a somewhat abstract idea; as such, it is translated in a number of different ways. Most often, li is described using some form...
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[Folk song] Li is folk songs of the Chakesang tribe of Nagaland, India. Literally, Li means Folksong in the Chokri language spoken by the Chakhesang tribe of Nagaland. It often takes the place of conversation and is known to beautifully communicate feelings, ideas and engage people in a circle of warmth and friendship. ...
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[Lee] The Li or Lee family Kung Fu 李家功夫 is commonly known as one of the five famous family styles of Southern Chinese martial arts. ==Martial Artists== == Li Sou == The Li family is originally from Lanzhou in the Gansu province of China. Legend has it that prior to Li Sou`s development of Wu Xing Chuan (5 shape fist), he had learned...
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[Neo-Confucianism] Li (理, pinyin lǐ)is a concept found in Neo-Confucian Chinese philosophy. It refers to the underlying reason and order of nature as reflected in its organic forms. It may be translated as `rational principle` or `law.` It was central to Zhu Xi`s integration of Buddhism into Confucianism. Zhu Xi held that li, togethe...
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[surname 利] Lì is the pinyin romanization of the Chinese surname written {linktext|利} in Chinese character. It is pronounced Lei in Cantonese, and often spelled Lee in Hong Kong and overseas-Chinese communities. It is listed 364th in the Song Dynasty classic Hundred Family Surnames. As of 2008, Li is the 299th most common surname in Ch...
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[surname 厉] Lì is the pinyin romanization of the Chinese surname written {linktext|厲} in traditional character and {linktext|厉} in simplified character. It is also spelled Lai according to the Cantonese pronunciation. It is listed 247th in the Song Dynasty classic text Hundred Family Surnames. Relatively uncommon, Li 厲 is not among...
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[surname 栗] Lì is the pinyin romanization of the Chinese surname written {linktext|栗} in Chinese character. It is also spelled Leut according to the Cantonese pronunciation. Relatively uncommon, it is not listed in the Song Dynasty classic Hundred Family Surnames. Li 栗 is the 249th most common surname in China, with a total populatio...
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[surname 理] Lǐ (理) is a Chinese surname. In Mandarin it is pronounced with the dipped third tone of the four tones. ==Origin== Li (理) family name originated from Gaoyao (皐陶) the son of Shaohao (少昊) in the during the Shun (Chinese leader). Gaoyao was father of Boyi (伯益) the origin of Yíng (Chinese surname), and ancestor o...
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[surname 莉] Lì (莉) is an Ancient Chinese surname, among the Hui people of Yunnan Province. However the Baijiaxing (百家姓) does not have the surname `莉` as it is not an ethnic Han Chinese family. ==Origin== From the 25th century BCE, the Hui people lived in the area of present-day Xinjiang, China. They were a mixed people includin...
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[surname 郦] Lì is the pinyin romanization of the Chinese surname written {linktext|酈} in traditional character and {linktext|郦} in simplified character. It is also spelled Lik according to the Cantonese pronunciation. It is listed 303rd in the Song Dynasty classic Hundred Family Surnames. ==Origins== Li is an ancient surname originat...
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[TV channel] Li (Life Inspired) is a 24-hour high-definition television network in Asia. Launched in 2009, Li airs lifestyle-related programmes such as those pertaining to food, home, wellness, travel and style. The channel is owned by Li TV International Limited and operated by Li TV Asia Sdn. Bhd., with its operating headquarters in Kuala...
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Li (lē) noun 1. A Chinese measure of distance, being a little more than one third of a mile. 2. A Chinese copper coin; a cash. See Cash .
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Abbreviated designator for Lisanov aircraft
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abbreviation: Liberia (W Africa nation on Atlantic bordered by Sierra Leone. Guinea and Cote D'Ivoire)
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acronym: library
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Atomic number: 3
Element Symbol: Li
Element Name: Lithium
Atomic Weight: 6,941
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Chinese bronze, wide-mouthed cooking vessel that was supported by three legs shaped like pointed lobes. These legs were well articulated on the body ... [2 related articles]
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Confucian concept often rendered as `proper conduct,` or `propriety.` Originally li denoted magic rites performed to sustain social and cosmic ... [5 related articles]
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External strength
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Hare
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