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  • noun A traditional harp of central and southwest Asia


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  • September 21st, 2005 at 1: 09 am tbolt says: with big brother having vanquished the evil doers in Iraqi the only thing left is for jeb the gloden sword chang an there hord of sheeples is to invade mars!

    Think Progress » Jeb Bush Reveals His “Mystical Warrior” Friend

  • When on the street, they wear what is called the chang-ot; it consists of a long white or green cloak, with green cuffs and collar, cut like a sack.

    Travels in the Far East

  • There is a peculiar ceremony, called "chang'-tu," performed now and then when i'-chu, the small omen bird, visits the pueblo.

    The Bontoc Igorot

  • "chang'-an" or "i'-sa chang'-an," "chu'-wa chang'-an," etc. Chi-pa 'is the measure between the tips of the two middle fingers when the arms are extended full length in opposite directions. Chi-wan' si chi-pa 'is half the above measure, or from the tip of the middle finger of one hand, arm extended from side of body, to the sternum.

    The Bontoc Igorot

  • _Tho 'chang'd my cloth of gold for amice grey -- _


  • Tho 'chang'd my cloth of gold for amice grey -- [n]


  • It doesn't help that "chang" can be pronounced 4 different ways with 4 different meanings. Stories / Popular

  • Cheong Seong-chang, a senior fellow at the Sejong Institute think tank near Seoul, shared the view.

    Kim Jong Un, North Korean Leader's Son, Named Army General

  • But you sold out, you hurt a lot of innocent people, and self-rightous explanations aren't going to chang that reality.

    Ron Howard, Angry & Demeaning?


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