MAO


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  • noun

Synonyms for MAO

an enzyme that catalyzes the oxidation of many body compounds (e

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Chinese communist leader (1893-1976)

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Most of the various natural plant and food-derived molecules endowed with a MAO inhibition ability are antioxidant and/or anti-inflammatory substances, whole or purified, including some which have long been used for the treatment of some mental diseases and as anti-aging factors in traditional folk medicine (Kong et al.
Arthur Waldron, in a recent piece in Commentary, whilst acknowledging the central import and impact of this new book--"Like Solzhenitsyn's Gulag Archipelago, it delivers a death blow to an entire way of thinking"--flags that there are certain historical facts reported in the book that are hotly disputed by sinologist adherents of Mao.
But that's quickly been followed by this Chairman Mao episode.
Compared to other Sinologists, Pickowicz considers that Mao and Qu both emphasized the integration of content and form and the aesthetic element of works of art: even proletarian culture is concerned with aesthetic matter.
Mao Zedong (1893-1976), the founding father and paramount leader of the People's Republic of China, was heavily influenced by Han Yu's rhetorical style.
These manuscripts, written mainly in old Manchu, provided detailed records of the early days of the Manchu ethnic, including seven letters exchanged between Mao Wenlong and Hong Taiji.
Hailing Mao and other members of generations of revolutionaries, Xi referred to them as "great figures" in fighting national and class oppression, as well as standing at the front of the positive tide in the Chinese nation and world, the Xinhua news agency reported.
At the same time Mao has emerged as a rallying point for those discontented with the stark inequality and widespread corruption that have accompanied China's market-led boom.
But Houlden says China's growing global stature means Mao will remain a key figure of the 20th century, as well as a longstanding figure of importance within China.
I'm very excited to have Mao on board to round out the Tracx management team," said Pedro Laboy, Chief Strategy Officer, Tracx.
In Part 1, Timothy Cheek's introductory chapter lays out the major themes and the book's purpose: to give the general reader "an opportunity to make sense of Mao and his role in modern Chinese history and the 'socialist moment' in twentieth-century world history, as well as his continuing significance both in China and beyond" (p.
Beijing :Andy Warhol's famous portraits of Mao Zedong will be excluded in a major show of his work in China, organisers said Wednesday, although they stopped short of saying they had been censored.
5-8) The MAO process is simple and the sample pre-treatment is not necessary.
By then, Mao had died and the Gang of Four, which included Madame Mao, had been purged.
Mao pointed out that the cross-Strait sky opening will be similar to the agreement on mutual sky opening signed by Taiwan and Japan last year.