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|See Kokuri hekiga, pls. 64, 138 and 147-48, and 176, respectively. Wu Hung, |
The Wu Liang Shrine, 108-41. See Ohashi, Tenjukoku Shacho, 92-95 and 109-
10. A similar motif is found in the Chinese tomb of Dengxian in the southwest of ...
|1982] M: The manner of nodding once, as when dozing or showing agreement. |
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0e5af<o Bushi wa sakazuki o to'te hito-iki ni nomi-hoshite sashi-dashita. Shaku o
|Another possible derivation (or at least association) is the expression Mukuri-|
Kokuri. Mukuri refers to Mongolia (Moko) and Kokuri to Koguryo, the ancient
kingdom on the Korean Peninsula; the term likely originated in reference to the ...
|Next it was the turn of Kokuri to be invaded by the T'ang army. A Japanese army |
consisting of more than tenthousand men was sentinorder to restore Kutara and
to succour Kokuri. In663 agreat naval battle was fought between the Chinese ...
|Kokuri bunkaten jikko iinkai (1986) Kokuri bunkaten zuroku (Catalogue of the |
exhibition of Kogury6 culture), Tokyo: Kokuri bunkaten j ikko iinkai. Kokushi
daijiten (Great dictionary of Japanese history) (1979—1993), Tokyo: Yoshikawa ...
|Mukuri = make = the Mongols: kokuri = Kokuri = Kokuryo = Korea. Ingen came to |
Japan after the fall of the Ming dynasty, when the Ching armies were subjugating
the country. 19. The date is usually given as 1654. 20. Confucianism. 21.
|... the Muromachi period; (city, Tochigi-ken) a T*r shari Buddha's bones; a saint's |
bones ajiki(ki) taster jitsuri utility, practical advantage : jitsuri shugi utilitarianism,
materialism kokuri national interests kokuri-minpuku the national interest and the