Definitions

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  • n. Chinese philosopher regarded as the founder of Taoism (6th century BC)

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Examples

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    Dr. Susan Corso: Ancient Child's Play

  • "zone_info": "huffpost. living/blog; living = 1; nickname = william-horden; entry_id = 380671; authenticity = 1; burnout = 1; equal-rights = 1; fortitude = 1; inner-change = 1; lao-tzu = 1; peace = 1; social-change = 1; symbols = 1; tao-te-ching = 1; the-inner-life = 1; transfomation = 1; zen = 1",

    William Horden: Inner Activism: Three Tricks To Avoiding Burnout

  • HPConfig. blog_id = 0; var ads_page_type = 'bpage'; var zone_info = "huffpost. living/blog; living = 1; nickname = dr-susan-corso; entry_id = 284918; lao-tzu = 1; tao-te-ching = 1; taoism = 1"; if (top!

    Dr. Susan Corso: Ancient Child's Play

  • HPConfig. blog_id = 3; var ads_page_type = 'bpage'; var zone_info = "huffpost. living/blog; living = 1; nickname = william-horden; entry_id = 380671; authenticity = 1; burnout = 1; equal-rights = 1; fortitude = 1; inner-change = 1; lao-tzu = 1; peace = 1; social-change = 1; symbols = 1; tao-te-ching = 1; the-inner-life = 1; transfomation = 1; zen = 1"; if (top!

    William Horden: Inner Activism: Three Tricks To Avoiding Burnout

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