hui

(from the article `qin`) ...fen is one-tenth of a Chinese inch] long). The qin is usually lacquered and is inlaid with 13 dots (hui) of ivory, jade, or mother-of-pearl that ...
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Hui

[Māori assembly] A hui is a New Zealand term for a social gathering or assembly. Originally a Māori language word, it was used by Europeans as early as 1846 when referring to Māori gatherings - but is now increasingly used in New Zealand English to describe events that are not exclusively Māori. ...
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Hui

[priestess] Hui was an ancient Egyptian priestess during the Eighteenth dynasty. She was the mother of Merytre-Hatshepsut, the Great Royal Wife of Pharaoh Thutmose III. Hui played an important role in the cults of Amun, Ra and Atum. One of her statues was found, it names her as the mother of the Great Royal Wife. This proves that Merytre wa...
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HUI

An indexed (unhedged) of gold stocks. A popular chart is to compare the price of gold to this index.
Found on http://www.duke.edu/~charvey/Classes/wpg/bfglosh.htm

Hui

an official nationality of China, composed of nearly 10 million people. The Hui are Chinese Muslims (i.e., neither Turkic nor Mongolian) who have ... [18 related articles]
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Hui

Chinese Muslims.
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Hui

Chinese Muslims.
Found on http://www.beijing-visitor.com/beijing-culture/china-glossary

hui

group or organization
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hui

meeting
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Hui

One of the largest minority ethnic groups in China, numbering about eight and a half million. Members of the Hui live all over China, but are concentrated in the northern central region. They have...
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Hui

One of the largest minority ethnic groups in China, numbering about eight and a half million. Members of the Hui live all over China, but are concentrated in the northern central region. They have been Muslims since the 10th century, for which they have suffered persecution both before and since the communist revolution
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Hui

The Hui are one of the largest minority ethnic groups in China, numbering about 25 million. Members of the Hui live all over China, but are concentrated in the northern central region. They have been Muslims since the 10th century.
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