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  • 141Buddhism in Japan — Japanese Buddhism …

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  • 142Impermanence — Anicca redirects here. For the album by Merzbow, see Anicca (album). Part of a series on Buddhism Outline · Portal …

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  • 143Lotus Sutra — Avalokiteśvara Bodhisattva, who appears for the first time in the Lotus Sūtra …

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  • 144Nianfo — Mahāyāna Buddhism …

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  • 145Pratītyasamutpāda — See also: Śūnyatā Part of a series on Buddhism Outline · Portal …

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  • 146Zhiyi — Painting of Śramaṇa Zhiyi …

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  • 147Paolo Sarpi — (August 14, 1552 ndash; January 15, 1623) was an Italian patriot, scholar, scientist and church reformer . Youth and the Servites He was born Pietro Sarpi in Venice, the son of a tradesman, but was orphaned at an early age. Ignoring the… …

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  • 148Ksitigarbha — Traditional Chinese depiction of Ksitigarbha as a monk holding a staff and a cintamani pearl …

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  • 149Dhardo Rimpoche — Dhardo Rinpoche (1917 1990) was the 12th in a line of tulkus from Dhartsendo on the eastern border of Tibet who hailed from the Nyingma Gompa in Dhartsendo called Dorje Drak (not to be confused with Dorje Drak in Central Tibet). The 11th tulku… …

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  • 150Wooden fish — Muyu redirects here. For the town in Shennongjia District, see Muyu, Hubei. For the overseas studies program, see Woodenfish. A wooden fish (Chinese: 木魚, pinyin: mùyú), (Vietnamese …

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  • 151Diamond Sutra — Elder Subhūti addresses the Buddha. Detail from the Dunhuang block print …

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  • 152Three Jewels — This article is about the Three Jewels , Three Treasures , Three Refuges or Triple Gem in Buddhism. For other uses, see Three Treasures (disambiguation). Translations of the Three Jewels Pali : tiratana, tisarana …

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  • 153QI — For other uses, see Qi (disambiguation). QI The QI logo Also known as Quite Interesting QI XL (extended repeats) QI VG (compilation episodes) Genre Comedy …

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  • 154Mara (demon) — For other uses, see Mara (disambiguation). Mara s assault on the Buddha (aniconic representation: the Buddha is only symbolized by his throne), 2nd century, Amaravati, India …

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  • 155Mount Kailash — Kailash redirects here. For other uses, see Kailash (disambiguation). Kailasa redirects here. For the band, see Kailasa (band) Mount Kailash The north face of Mount Kailash …

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  • 156Thomas Edward Cliffe Leslie — T. E. Cliffe Leslie Thomas Edward Cliffe Leslie (21 June 1826 – 27 January 1882), Irish economist. He was professor of jurisprudence and political economy in Queen s College, Belfast, noted for debunking the Wages Fund doctrine[1] and for… …

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  • 157Nikāya — Part of a series on Buddhism Outline · Portal History Timeline · Councils …

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  • 158Historiography of the French Revolution — The French Revolution stretches back over two hundred years prior to the event itself. Issues of causation became a contested issue in academic circles from the 1960s onwards in particular, and new research and interpretation continues to inform… …

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  • 159Three marks of existence — Part of a series on Buddhism Outline · Portal History Timeline · Councils …

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  • 160Eisai — For a pharmaceutical company, see Eisai Co.. Eisai School Rinzai Personal Nationality Japanese …

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