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Thousand Buddha Mountain - History
... A temple, called the Thousand Buddha Temple (Qianfosi) was founded at the foot of the hill ... Eventually, the hill was renamed after the temple into "Thousand Buddha Mountain" ... which runs through Jinan towards the Thousand Buddha Mountain in north-south direction ...
Taixu - Buddhist Modernism
... these numbers to include only twenty thousand monastics five thousand students, twelve thousand bodhisattva monastics, and three thousand elders ... Of the twelve thousand bodhisattva monastics, five thousand should be spreading the Dharma through public preaching and teaching, three thousand serving as administrators in Buddhist ... land by the dedication and sacrificial hard work of thousands of average bodhisattvas who were mindful of what their concerted witness could mean ...
Ethnic Minorities In Poland - Demography - Silesians
... In the 2011 Polish census, Silesian nationality was declared by 809 thousand responders out of 5 million in the region, including 362 thousand who declared it as their only nationality, 418 thousand who declared ...
James H. Mc Clintock - Federal Government Service
... the income of the office was twenty-eight thousand dollars annually ... October 1, 1914, the income had increased to one hundred and twenty thousand, showing something of the growth of the city ... in securing for Phoenix the new federal building, erected at a cost of one hundred and seventy thousand dollars ...
Thousand Cranes
... Thousand Cranes (千羽鶴, Senbazuru?) is a 1952 novel by Japanese author Yasunari Kawabata ... The novel is divided into five episodes "Thousand Cranes", "A Grove in the Evening Sun", "Figured Shino", "Her Mother's Lipstick" and "Double Star" ...

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Famous quotes containing the word thousand:

    There was the murdered corpse, in covert laid,
    And violent death in thousand shapes displayed;
    The city to the soldier’s rage resigned;
    Successless wars, and poverty behind;
    Ships burnt in fight, or forced on rocky shores,
    And the rash hunter strangled by the boars;
    The newborn babe by nurses overlaid;
    And the cook caught within the raging fire he made.
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)

    The artist is of no importance. Only what he creates is important, since there is nothing new to be said. Shakespeare, Balzac, Homer have all written about the same things, and if they had lived one thousand or two thousand years longer, the publishers wouldn’t have needed anyone since.
    William Faulkner (1897–1962)

    Give me a thousand kisses, and then a hundred,
    Then another thousand, then a second hundred,
    And then yet another thousand, then a hundred.
    Catullus [Gaius Valerius Catullus] (84–54 B.C.)