shu


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shu (sōō),

n in traditional Chinese medicine, the five transporting acupuncture points that originate in the tip of the four limbs and continue all the way to the elbows or knees.
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CHOCOLATE HABALOKIA: c800,000 SHU This brown beast is a fiendish cross between chocolate habanero and a Ghost Chile - the Indian bhut jolokia.
I am excited to join Ketchum to work with a team of outstanding communications professionals in the Greater China area to deliver breakthrough communications for clients," Shu said.
Big Shu jumped all the difficult fences well but made a few mistakes at the easier ones.
At the end of the Tianbao era (742-755) of the Tang, when An Lushan had sacked both capital cities, Xuanzong had moved to Shu, and appointed Lin among other posts as military commissioner and investigation commissioner of the four circuits of Shannan, Lingnan, Qianzhong, and Jiangnan.
HH Sheikh Maktoum Hasher Al Maktoum, Executive Chairman of SHU Capital, commented: "SHU delivered strong first-half performance despite the volatile operating environment towards the end of the second quarter.
Sheikh Maktoum Hasher Al Maktoum, executive chairman of Shu Capital, said: "Shu delivered strong first-half performance despite the volatile operating environment towards the end of the second quarter.
During the period Shu was a sponsor and joint book runner for the successful Emirates REIT IPO.
2 million in the second quarter due to lower gains on investments in Shu managed funds.
The County Kildare trainer only has 10 horses in his stable at Ashfield Stud, but Big Shu has already proven to be the star.
Shu Cosmetic Surgery is the most comprehensive cosmetic treatment center for advanced liposuction in Minnesota, offering three advanced technologies: Vaser Liposuction, Laser Liposuction and AquaShape (Body Jet Lipo) - giving you the most options and targeted results.
The clash we were denied last season between the king of Punchestown's banks course, Big Shu, and six-time Cheltenham winner Balthazar King is now on, and Balthazar King comes into the race following his second success over the cross-country course last November.