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- The symbol for the element lithium.
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- n. The symbol for lithium.
- proper n. A surname of Chinese origin, a transcription of 李 (pinyin: Lǐ)
- proper n. A surname of Chinese origin, a transcription of other less common names such as 黎 (Lí) and 理 (Lǐ)
- proper n. A surname of Korean origin, a variant of Lee and Rhee (Hanja: 李; Hangul: 이 & 리)
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Classic_ drawn up by Li K'uei (_Li K'uei fa ching_), a statesman in the service of the first ruler of the Wei State, in the fourth century B.C.
Mr. Daniel Multenius on order for £36 -- except the two odd looking names at its foot -- _Chang Li: Chen Li_.
The Chinese surname Li is a unequivocally renouned name in China, maybe not as widespread as Smith in this country, though positively used as most as a name Brown is in America.
A Spanish choreographer, dancer and director, Blanca Li is an artist famous among all lovers of contemporary dance.
Let us give new meaning to the words written in the ancient Book of Rites, what you call the Li Shi: When the great way is followed, all under heaven will be equal.
: I'm sure if I understand the benefits of what he calls Li-Fi (open meshing) or Mi-Fi
In Kashmir, it met with the Khotanese master, Li Chin (Li Byin) -- Li, the Tibetan word for Khotan, clearly indicates this master’s country of origin.
In Kashmir, it met with the Khotanese master, Li Chin (Li Byin) - Li, the Tibetan word for Khotan, clearly indicates this master’s country of origin.
One of the things I adore about Jet Li is the way he often plays this terrifically competent martial arts expert who at the same time retains a sense of innocence and humility and a sometimes comedic lack of suavity around attractive women (this movie includes a mother-daughter team of thieves, so you can be sure there is some comedy).
The rise of the Internet, and the mastery of business there by domestic companies over foreign rivals, is embodied by this year's No. 2, Robin Li, cofounder of search engine Baidu.
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