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  • The foremost of all things in the three worlds, kine are themselves sacred and capable of cleansing others, Kine reside in a region that is even higher than the region of the deities.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 4 Books 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18

  • The neighborhood also has many African restaurants, including Africa Kine.

    Central Harlem Gains Ground, Aims for More

  • They're able to create, package and distribute at bargain-basement rates, said Phelim Kine, Asia researcher for Human Rights Watch.

    Chinese Media Aiming High in City

  • Da Kine hapa Prez talk good story and wear zori slipper like a good local boy.

    Vitro Nasu » 2009 » January

  • Kine cited a Chinese government-backed study from 2004 that indicated that only a tiny fraction – 0.2 percent – of a sample of 623 petitioners successfully resolved their problems through the petitioning system.

    China's Premier Welcomes Government Critiques In Rare Visit

  • When Chinese artist and dissident Ai Weiwei was freed from police custody last Wednesday, the question was raised, most notably by Brian Lehrer in his interesting interview with Human Rights Watch's Phelim Kine: "Are you sure his detention was for being a critic of the government and not for evading taxes?"

    Elizabeth Lynch: Ai Weiwei: Artist, Dissident and ... Tax Evader?

  • Mr. Kine applauded Shanghai's decision to sacrifice at least a degree of economic growth that will result from the action while it tries to identify the problem, saying it contrasts with responses elsewhere in China.

    Shanghai Closes Plants Using Lead

  • "It's encouraging in Shanghai that the government went ahead and shut down these plants," said Phelim Kine , a senior researcher with Human Rights Watch, which has studied lead poisoning in China.

    Shanghai Closes Plants Using Lead

  • Mr. Kine said China's move made the U.S. susceptible to "hostage diplomacy," in which detained activists in China "are used by the Chinese government as a bargaining chip."

    China Releases Rights Activist Teng Biao

  • "Teng Biao's disappearance and his sudden, unexplained release is emblematic of the increasingly thuggish and unlawful conduct of Chinese security forces in stifling perceived dissent," said Phelim Kine, an Asia researcher with Human Rights Watch.

    China Releases Rights Activist Teng Biao

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