qi

chi noun the circulating life energy that in Chinese philosophy is thought to be inherent in all things; in traditional Chinese medicine the balance of negative and positive forms in the body is believed to be essential for good health
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one of the largest and most powerful of the many small states into which China was divided between about 771 and 221 .[5 related articles]
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(from the article `Iran`) ...code and instituted a system that embraced the form and content of Islamic law. This code implemented a series of traditional punishments, ...
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[inductive power standard] Qi (pronounced {Respell|CHEE|`}; IPA: /tʃiː/) is an interface standard developed by the Wireless Power Consortium for inductive electrical power transfer over distances of up to 4 cm (1.6 inches). The Qi system comprises a power transmission pad and a compatible receiver in a portable device. To use the system, ...
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[surname] Qi is the romanization of several Chinese family names, including 祁 (Qí), 齊/齐 (Qí), 戚 (Qī), 乞 (Qí), 奇 (Qí) and 亓 (Qí). == Qí (祁) surname== Qi (祁, also commonly written as Chi, and Kei in Cantonese) is a Chinese surname. It originated from the descendants of Shaohao, descendant of Yao (ruler), Ji (姬) fami...
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The database UCI uses with ph, as part of the ph/qi phone book.
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In traditional Chinese medicine, vital energy or life force that keeps a person
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[Henan] Qi ({zh|c={{linktext|杞}|p=Qǐ}}) was a minor feudal state in ancient China that existed from the beginning of the Shang Dynasty (16th century BCE) until the beginning of the Warring States period, circa 445 BCE. ==History== The state of Qi was founded when the first king of the Shang Dynasty enfeoffed the direct descendants of the...
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[programming language] Qi is a functional programming language developed by Mark Tarver and introduced in April 2005. A new version was reimplemented and issued as Qi II in November 2008. The first version was free software, licensed under GPL. But, as GPL was perceived as unfriendly to commercial use, Qi II is available via two proprietary...
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[Five Dynasties] Qi (Chinese: 岐國) was a Chinese kingdom during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period in China. The kingdom, at its prime, covered parts of modern-day Gansu, Shaanxi, and Sichuan provinces, but eventually shrank to only the immediate area around its capital Fengxiang in Shaanxi. Its only ruler was Li Maozhen, who lat...
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[disambiguation] Qi, in traditional Chinese culture, is an active principle forming part of any living thing. Qi may also refer to: ==Chinese history== ==People== ==Other uses== ...
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[state] Qi, formerly romanized as Ch‘i or Chi, was an ancient Chinese state during the Zhou dynasty of ancient China. Its Old Chinese name has been reconstructed as *Dzəj. Its capital was Linzi (present-day Zibo in Shandong). Qi was founded around in 1046 {sc|BC} as one of the many vassal states of the Zhou Dynasty. The first rule...
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(Series F onwards) |editor = Nick King Richard Everton (Series A) |location = The London Studios |related = The Museum of Curiosity No Such Thing as a Fish The Unbelievable Truth Intresseklubben (Swedish) For its first five series (shown between 2003 and 2007) episodes premiered on BBC Four and received their first analogue airing on BBC Two a wee...
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In traditional Chinese culture, qi (more precisely qì, also chi, ch`i or ki) is an active principle forming part of any living thing. Qi is frequently translated as `natural energy`, `life force`, or `energy flow`. Qi is the central underlying principle in traditional Chinese medicine and martial arts. The literal translation of `qi` is ...
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Qi

the flow of universal energy in the body.
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vital energy whose flow must be balanced for health. Qi has never been directly observed, and is unrelated to the energy used in science.
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The belief in Qi deals with the flow of energy that, when balanced properly, keeps the body healthy.
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Qi

the flow of universal energy in the body.
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[Dutch version] QI was a Dutch panel show, which aired on the television network VARA from December 2008, based on the QI UK format. The show only lasted the first season with six episodes broadcast, and ended on 31 January 2009. The show was hosted by Arthur Japin, with Thomas van Luyn as a permanent panelist. == Season One == Unlike in th...
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