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  • While cam - paigning against wildlife smug - gling, the group also rescues, rehabilitates and releases wildlife.

    Mazatlan: why snowbirds keep coming back

  • Chinese success: The Chinese government is strug gling to tame inflation, which is at an annual pace of more than 5%.

    A Few Surprises Could Make 2011 a Winner

  • Now more gobs were strag - gling back from the front.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • According to the Panchen (Pan-chen bSod-nams grags-pa) textbook tradition, followed by Drepung Loseling (‘Bras-spungs Blo-gsal gling Grva-tshang) and Ganden Shartsey (dGa’ - ldan Shar-rtse Grva-tshang) Monasteries, both labored and unlabored bodhichittas are actual bodhichittas.

    The Union of Method and Wisdom in Sutra and Tantra: Gelug and Non-Gelug Presentations

  • Dis'daining the health of his own body, or maybe com-pletely confident in its ability to handle anything that might come its way, Toombs ignored the appropriate, recommended rehydration regimen in favor of gar-gling with a bottle of tequila.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • One child shape, infinitesimally tiny, dan-gling from between two fingers.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • Some time during the eleven years of their main study, however, all monks must make one food and money offering to the mixed assembly of all Jangtsey monks (gling-bsre gtong-sgo).

    Overview of the Gelug Monastic Education System

  • Those who end their sutra studies at the completion of these eleven years and present a formal debate to the mixed assembly of their entire college (gling-bsre dam-bca ') receive the degree of Geshe Tsogrampa (dGe-bshes Tshogs-ram-pa).

    A Brief History of Ganden Monastery

  • The Menpa Dratsang (sMan-pa Grva-tshang) or Medical College, Sorig-zhenpen-ling (gSo-rig gzhan-phen gling), was established in 1784, also by the Second Jamyang-zhaypa.

    A Brief History of Labrang Monastery

  • Of the four colleges at Drepung: Losel-ling (Blo-gsal gling Grva-tshang) and Gomang Colleges (sGo-mang Grva-tshang) have only sutra studies, Ngagpa College (sNgags-pa Grva-tshang) has only tantra studies, while Deyang College (bDe-dbyangs Grva-tshang) has both.

    A Brief History of Ganden Monastery

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