from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A Chinese dynasty (1368-1644) noted for its flourishing foreign trade, achievements in scholarship, and development of the arts, especially in porcelain, textiles, and painting.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A former dynasty in China, reigning from the end of the Yuan to the beginning of the Qing
- proper n. A former empire in China, occupying the eastern half of modern China, as well as parts of Russia and northern Vietnam
- proper n. The era of Chinese history during which the dynasty reigned
- proper n. The pottery of the era, famed for its high quality
- proper n. A surname.
- proper n. A male or female given name
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To mix; mingle.
- To trouble; disturb.
- To mix; mingle.
- n. Mixture.
- To speak of; mention; tell; relate.
- To speak; tell; talk; discourse.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the imperial dynasty of China from 1368 to 1644
Sanford Sigoloff 1930 - 2011 Sanford Sigoloff gloried in the nickname "Ming the Merciless," for the mass firings he triggered as a corporate turnaround specialist.
Yao Ming is perhaps the best-known player of Asian descent, but there are a few others playing.
My sitemates and i help a huge event in Ming for the 4th.
After two days in Ming, we traveled for the day to Sheki and ended up in Zaqatala for the night.
C Yao Ming is expected to be limited to walking on a gravity-control treadmill until a checkup in late May, with the Rockets expecting him on the court soon after and in full workouts by July.
So it may not necessarily be something that happens during the offseason, it could be that Yao Ming is our big acquisition during the offseason, plus maybe some minor free agent pick-ups.
I'm playing Lost Odyssey right now and I'm enjoying it, but the character Ming is wearing a very revealing, ridiculous outfit that is completely distracting during cutscenes (and I'm a straight woman!) and lessens Ming as a character.
As long as Ming is released from his contract in China, the
Note 51: Chen, Qingjiang, "Mingdai Yunnan Xianji Zhengqu Zhisuo de Chengchi" (Cities of department/county level in Ming Yunnan), in Xi'nan Bianjiang Minzu Yanjiu (Ethnic studies of southwestern frontiers) (Kunming: Yunnan University Press, 2001), Vol. 1, 447-467. back
From 1389 to 1416, it is recorded in Ming Shi Lu that almost every year emperors distributed gifts to Yunnan jiansheng, and these sources also showed the increasing number of Yunnan jiansheng at the Imperial University. 111