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Romanizing

conversion of the spoken sounds of the Chinese language to the Roman alphabet and numbers.
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Jyutping (sometimes spelled Jyutpin) is a romanization system for standard Cantonese developed by the Linguistic Society of Hong Kong in 1993.
The alternative is Yoder on Diaspora Judaism as a model for the Church that fell into Hellenization, Romanization, and Constantinianism, from which the Radical Reformation rescued the Diaspora model.
The latter links to the Book of Changes (I Ching or, in pinyin romanization, Yi Jing), which proposes much of the elaborate structure of the poem.
Besides the above merits, the book adopts pinyin system, instead of the older Wade-Giles system, for romanization of Chinese characters; this is a good and wise choice.
Integration or Romanization of Germans, Gauls, Celts, North Africans, slaves, and others was best accomplished via military training, but the change of behavior of these disaffected groups in the Roman power structure ended up fundamentally altering Roman society and history.
Contemporary readers, familiar with the now-standard mainland Chinese hanyu pinyin romanization "Beijing", may find the older style "Peking" incongruously replete with Western associations and bias.
These include items on the role played by long-established herders' trails in spreading Romanization (by Carmen Alfaro Giner) and on the impact of the Roman conquest on transhumance patterns (by the editor), on the one hand, and on later medieval developments in animal husbandry (by Maria Asenjo Gonzalez) on the other.
Here, and throughout this essay, I will first provide the Cantonese/English spelling of the Hong Kong-based actors and directors, followed by a Mandarin romanization in brackets, Similarly, in the case of Hong Kong films, I will first cite the English title (which is frequently selected by the directors' producers themselves, and often bears little or no relation to the Chinese title), followed by a Mandarin romanization of the Chinese title.
The dissertation is now issued in its original version with only minor changes consisting in the editor's updating of some factual information and the bibliography, as well as the standardization of the Romanization of Korean words.
Romanization meant the displacement and substitution of aliens with ethnic Romanians, including according privileges in the educational establishments to ethnic Romanians at the expense of minorities.
Because romanization has come to be so widely used in Vietnam, writing Chinese characters appears difficult (for Vietnamese),'' Niu said.
The official name of the airport, formerly `Inchon International Airport', has been changed to `Incheon International Airport' due to a recent government revision of the Romanization of Korean vowels.