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- proper noun An
ethnic groupwho live primarily in mountainousareas of southwest China
- proper noun Any of a family of
Tibeto-Burman languagesspoken by this people
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Fan, and Man; the term Yi was used to designate Europeans and was prohibited by Article 51 of the British Treaty of T'ien tsin (1858);
Set-Yi is buried on a hill, his tomb made of square shapes set one on top of the other, growing smaller as they climb.
In the afternoon she found the victim was sent back from the Lin Yi Office in Beijing (the local government's liaison in the capital).
They have stopped the treatment for that woman from Lin Yi, Shandong who was roughed up this morning.
But after easing his way back, Yi is starting to get healthy and more comfortable with his surroundings.
Still, for audiences who can get past her exterior, Yi is sort of a find.
Set-Yi is lucky too, to be buried here instead of in the desert where he would surely be dug up.
Coach Flip Saunders said he has noticed an improvement in Yi as training camp concluded, especially during the scrimmage.
Yi is expected to miss four to six weeks with a broken finger and Boston center Kendrick Perkins sat out his third straight game with a sore left shoulder but is expected to return next week.
Yi is averaging 10.2 points and 5.9 rebounds so far this season. ...