MINGS

AcronymDefinition
MINGSMalaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences (Kuala Lampur; est. 1998; feng shui)
References in classic literature ?
In the long list of imperial patrons the name of the Emperor Ming Huang of the T`ang dynasty holds the foremost place.
In the city of Ch`ang-an, with its triple rows of glittering walls with their tall towers uprising at intervals, its seven royal palaces all girdled with gardens, its wonderful Yen tower nine stories high, encased in marble, the drum towers and bell towers, the canals and lakes with their floating theatres, dwelt Ming Huang and T`ai Chen.
Once, and once alone, the artist in Ming Huang was merged in the Emperor.
Ying Shing means Rock Creek; it is in the Province of Wyo Ming."
I've had a prize for swim- ming my second year in the Conway."
Mings, who made his Villa debut after joining on loan from Bournemouth last week, would have been hit with at least a three-match ban had he been found guilty retrospectively of violent conduct.
Mings is also due to fly to La Manga next Wednesday with the rest of the squad for Bournemouth's pre-season training camp.
Smith expects more of the same as the campaign progresses and believes it is only a matter of time before Mings catches the eye of Gareth Southgate.
Positioned on Princes Square Mings is a proverbial one-stop-shop for the best in Eastern cuisine, offering a dazzling fusion of Chinese, Thai and Japanese dishes and delicacies.
Being mentored by John Terry has been a big reason behind Mings relishing his stint at Villa Park and he feels he has learned a lot working with the former Chelsea captain.
Villa's new loan defender Mings, 25, landed studs down on Oliveira's head following a challenge.
ASTON Villa have announced the permanent signing of Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings. Mings joined Villa on loan for the second half of last season and helped the club earn promotion to the Premier League.