sanjiao

sanjiao (sn·jyōw),

n Chinese term for a named, formless organ. It is found centrally in human anatomy. Also called the
triple energizer and
triple warmer.
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I have grown fond of Sanjiao, Nantou and Zhongshan and hope we can build on this visit and keep the momentum going.
This proposed joint venture will take part in the company's existing coalbed methane (CBM) project in Sanjiao as well as look for opportunities in other oil and gas projects.
Our Sanjiao CBM block, located in the Erdos Basin which is a relatively complex geological environment, has more sophisticated demand for advanced development technologies, especially for horizontal well drilling.
Still another game of the Shengguan tu family was Panwei sanjiao [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] or "Judgement Pertaining to the Three Religions.
Thothetic Acupuncture has twelve names for our multiple human ailments: Kidneys, Urinary Bladder, Lung, Large Intestine, Heart, Small Intestine, Pericardium, Sanjiao, Spleen, Stomach, Liver, and Gall Bladder.
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Ye, Dehui, 1980, << Sanjiao yuanliu Soushen dachuan >>, dans Wang Ch'iu Kui (dir.
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Our understanding of Qing-dynasty Taoism has been greatly enhanced by the work of Schipper and his students, particularly the numerous essays published in the journal Sanjiao wenxian [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
The three concessions, known as Sanjiao, Sanjiao Bei, and Shilou, cover about 5,000 square kilometers (1,930 square miles) in the Hedong Coal Basin about 370 miles southwest of Beijing.