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Chinese fruit having a thin brittle shell enclosing a sweet jellylike pulp and a single seed

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Lizhi Lu Tel: +86-57186406682, Fax: +86-57186406682, E-mail: lulizhibox@163.
Charged and prosecuted in a "sham" court for allegedly "sabotaging the implementation of the law," Lizhi was imprisoned for his unwavering beliefs that defied the official orthodoxy espoused by China's totalitarian rulers.
The research team, Thomas Barker, Lizhi Cao, and Wilber Lam, are working with a prototype that can work on 225 samples at a time.
Xinshiqi banquan baohu de fusu he jianzhang lizhi baohu de zhunbei [The revival of copyright protection and the preparation for lawmaking in the new era].
Zeng Lizhi, a fireman who attended the scene, said the quick thinking of the witnesses helped the woman avoid serious injury.
9:00 Relationship Between Surface Haze and Crystalline Morphology of Polyethylene Blown Films 1589124 | Lizhi Liu, Dow Chemical
Several of them noted that Fang Lizhi has often been compared with the distinguished Russian scientist and political dissident Andrei Sakharov (Schell).
Political ideology and science Clashed throughout the life of Fang Lizhi, one of China's most famous astrophysicists.
Zexin Tao, [1] Yanyan Song, [1] Yan Li, Yao Liu, Ping Jiang, Xiaojuan Lin, Guifang Liu, Lizhi Song, Haiyan Wang, and Aiqiang Xu
FANG LIZHI AND FREEDOM (The Wall Street Journal, New York)
Washington, Apr 8 ( ANI ): Chinese dissident Fang Lizhi, whose speeches were a key inspiration for the country's pro-democracy movement in the 1980s, has died in the United States at the age of 76.
Junaid recalled the Chinese team leader Li Gaochao, flanked by team manager Yang Liu, coaches Guo Jie, Lu Han, Meng Lizhi, Cheng Zhiwen and interpreter Liu Dongwei, were touched by the warm welcome and love they received from the Pakistani Nation.
The author has come under attack by Fang Lizhi and others for glossing over Deng's repressive role in crushing the demonstrations at Tiananmen Square in the spring of 1989.
Eliasoph has 25 years' experience in the region, and her staff, which includes Ming "Beaver" Kwei as executive veep of development and production, and Lizhi Chen as veep of marketing and distribution, has plenty of international know-how.
In the lead-up to the Tiananmen Square protests, Deng was contemptuous of the respected astrophysicist Fang Lizhi, who advocated greater freedom of expression and a more open political system, because in Deng's mind loosened strictures would undermine Chinas ability to sustain its rapid economic growth.