yi

(from the article `pan`) ...the bowl supported a limited series of decorative motifs; the broad, flat interior of the vessel was often used for a more elaborate design or for ...
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Yi

[Confucianism] Yi, (义/義; pinyin: yì), literally `justice, righteousness; meaning,` is an important concept in Confucianism. It is the moral disposition to do good. ...
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Yi

[Cyrillic] It represents the iotated vowel sound /ji/, like the pronunciation of {angbr|yi} in Yiddish`, and is used in the Ukrainian and Rusyn alphabets. In various romanization systems, ї is represented by Latin ï, ji, yi or i, the most common being yi. The letter was introduced as part of the Zhelekhivka orthography, in Yevhen Zhelekhi...
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Yi

[editor] Yi is a text editor written and extensible in Haskell. The goal of Yi is to provide a flexible, powerful and correct editor core dynamically scriptable in Haskell. Yi used to be a Haskell interpreter, very much like Emacs is an Emacs Lisp interpreter; however, the current version of Yi recompiles the code that describes its setting...
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Yi

[husbandman] ==Names== ==History== In the Records of the Grand Historian, Sima Qian`s account of the origins of the House of Ying states that Fei the Great was the son of Ye the Great and Lady Hua. His father is given as Gao Yao, but this seems to have been a mistake of various scholars in reading the original sources. He was eventually tit...
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Yi

Change. See: i.
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Yi

ethnic group of Austroasiatic origin living largely in the mountains of southwest China and speaking a Tibeto-Burman language. The Yi people numbered ... [4 related articles]
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Yi

Intellectual mind intent. Acting with forethought and planning would be a usage of Yi.
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Yi

Member of a people living in the mountainous regions of southwestern China, northern Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, and Myanmar, totalling about 5.5 million (1987).The Yi are farmers, producing both crops...
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Yi

Member of a people living in the mountainous regions of southwestern China, northern Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, and Myanmar, totalling about 5.5 million (1987).The Yi are farmers, producing both crops and livestock, and opium as a cash crop. Traditionally they were stratified into princes, aristocrats, commoners, and debt slaves. Their language belon...
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Yi

The intent.
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Yi

The Yi are a people living in south China; there are also Yi populations in Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam, totalling about 5.5 million. The Yi are farmers, producing both crops and livestock. Their language belongs to the Sino- Tibetan family; their religion is animist.
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