taixi (tä·zhē),

n in traditional Chinese medicine, an acupuncture point located within the depression between the Achille's tendon and the prominence of the medial malleolus. Treatment involving this point improves the function of kidneys, increases the strength of the lumbar spine, anchors qi, and benefits the lungs. A deficiency in heat is also cleared. Also called
KI3. See also qi.
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Meanwhile, the AQI stayed at an orange alert at some places in central Taiwan, such as Yunlin, Zhushan, Chiayi, Puxi, Xinying, Taixi, Annan, Tainan, and Meinong.
Xishan zazhi ji Taixi Moyai shike de jige wenti' [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], in: Fujian sheng kaogu buwuguan xuehui [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (ed.
prepared AC using KOH as activator from Taixi anthracite in different condition, and also obtained different BET specific surface area as a result[14].
Instead, too often, the book contains phrases such as "[qi] flows along the foot-shao yin kidney channel through taixi and rangu on the medial side of the ankles down to yongquan," with each of those terms defined in long footnotes that themselves require further definition.
The original title is "Jiachen san yue jiang chu du ji xicheng tongli zhu junzi" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], as it was published in Dagong bao, April 21, 1904, 4-5, under the name Taixi tanggao [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
02 in 1919; see Wu Chenming and Jiang Taixi, The History of Chinese Business (Beijing, 2003), 586.
The first new year after the Taikang period is Taixi, which would make this date equivalent to March 3, 290.
The reactor was packed with ZJ-15-type granular activated carbon Taixi Activated Carbon Factory, Ningxia in China).
At presently, several firms Shenhua Wuhai, Taixi Whai, Jiuquan Iron and Steel (Group) Co.
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