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Hsai (2008) et al., Tang (2010) et al, and Kane (2003) have shown that academic EDs report a collection rate on average of 38% with inner city ED receiving 22%.
At home Phu Le Aung Hai consults a hermit (eing hsai) in order to find the right hill and build a stupa for the Buddha's hair, as instructed.
J.S., Wu, J.Y., Hsai, T.C., Lin, C.C., Lin, C.W., Kuo, C.L., Gibson Wood, W., Chung, J.G., 2008.
His writing would appear in the T'ien Hsai Monthly, in Shanghai.
Sometimes the results are genuinely affecting and tragic, as in the case of Sara Hsai Tung, the Irish-Tibetan activist in "Pressed Flower" who is killed in Tibet, and sometimes they are banal, like the characters in Foluke Taylor's "Power Trip," in which a tourist ends up killing a native woman by accidentally pounding her head with the heavy pendant of his necklace while having sex with her.
Hsai embellishes his account of Zhang's biography and fiction.
Po-Chia Hsai and Hartmut Lehmann (Washington, DC, and Cambridge: German Historical Institute and Cambridge University Press, 1995), 49-70.
Po-Chia Hsai, Social Discipline and the Reformation, 1550-1750 (New York: Routledge, 1992).
For this year, we selected the first High Performance Computing Software Applications Institutes (HSAI) to form a group of experts to accelerate solving DoD's highest priority challenges.
The high rate of sampling speed required in this application was achieved by using a high-speed analog input (HSAI) board, also from Bristol Babcock, that provides a minimum sampling interval of 200 microseconds.
"We don t know how she will work with us," said Hsai Maung Tin, a lower house MP for the Shan Nationalities Democratic Party.
T.T., Lee, M.R., Hsiao, S.S., Hsai, J.L., Wu, T.S., Chiang, S.T., Cai, S.Q., 2003.
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