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an instrument of punishment formerly used in China for petty criminals

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Caption: Figure 5: "Jiao Zhang Sheng yin cang zai qi pan zhi xia" spectrogram.
(6.) As suggested in the first introduction to the Yuelu Academy collection, see Chen Songchang, "Yuelu shuyuan suo cang Qin jian zongshu" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Wenwu 3 (2009): 75-88.
Cang, "Strength and consolidation mechanism of iron ore and coal pellets," Ironmaking and Steelmaking, vol.
Correspondence should be addressed to Shijian Cang; sj.cang@gmail.com
Ground subsidence of up to 23.4 mm/year has been detected in the southeast of Qing County and the northwest of Cang County, which can be ascribed to the groundwater pumping.
In the "Twelfth Five Year Plan" period, the hydropower planning in our country mainly concentrated in the Jinsha River, Dadu River, the Yalu River and the full Cang River Basin.
In November 2014, JX Online III achieved a new record in terms of revenue and APA with the launch of the expansion pack "Cang Xue Long Cheng".
Research by Cang Hui was supported by the Incentive Research Program of the National Research Foundation of South Africa.
On April 4, the Tribunal de Honor of the Colegio de Abogados y Notarios de Guatemala (CANG) temporarily suspended Judge Yassmin Barrios from practicing law for one year and ordered her to pay a US$650 fine.
It is a project that will benefit the entire south of Vietnam and help develop the surrounding areas," stated Tat Thanh Cang, director of the HoEi[beaucoup plus grand que]"ChEaA[degrees] Minh City Department of Transport.
The Han migration to Yunnan entered a new era in the Ming Dynasty (AD 1368-1644) with an estimated migration of over 2 million Han to Yunnan (Cang 1997) and continued in the Qing Dynasty (AD 1644-1912) till the modern days.