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MINGMultiple Image Network Graphics
MINGMedical Interpreter Network of Georgia (est. 1999)
MINGMuseet I Nord Gudbrandsdalen (Nordic Museum)
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Although not a laggard in academics, Ming looked forward to badminton or swimming practice after class.
Yang Ming will also sign up to the new fleet performance center service that comes together with ECO Insight.
For these reasons, Professor Kelleher's translation of Wu's journal is a welcome addition to the field of Ming studies.
In exchange for a 100% stake in RENergy, Ming Yang will pay a total purchase consideration of approximately RMB 925.
The delivery of the Yang Ming Wish expands the company's operating fleet to 79 vessels.
You write a comprehensive, compassionate, and intelligent book about him, just as theatre historian Arnold Aronson has done in Ming Cho Lee: A Life in Design, his definitive new study of the master scenic designer and teacher known to us all as Ming.
In addition to the sheaf of documents that Chief Huang gave me (all written in Chinese) he also provided me with directions to a nearby temple where he believed that Hsin-Yi Yang and I would be able to find the altar of the locally venerated pottery god, Lo Ming.
There's no one I've seen grow that fast," Ming said about Mayfield.
China Ming Yang Wind Power (NYSE: MY), a company that designs, manufactures, sells and services wind turbines, has announced that its MY1.
What is so exciting about this bowl is its solid provenance--it was first sold in 1947 by Bluett & Sons in London and then published in 1948 in Monochrome Porcelain of the Ming and Manchu Dynasty, an exhibition catalogue by the Oriental Ceramic Society.
Ming added he is in favour of Ireland being part of the European community but not the union itself.