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Possible writings

Shin can be written using different kanji characters & can mean:

真, "true"伸, "extend"新, "new"心, "heart"信, "belief"進, "progress"慎, "humility"晋, "advance"紳, "gentleman"

The name can also be written in hiragana or katakana.

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People

With the given name Shin

Shin Nohara (森), a Japanese kindergartner
1894 in film

The following is an overview of the events of 1894 in film, including a menu of films released & notable births.

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1905 in film

The year 1905 in film involved some significant events.

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Films released in 1905

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1957 in film

The year 1957 in film involved some significant events, with The Bridge on the River Kwai topping the year"s box office và winning the Academy Award for Best Picture.

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Lai

A lai (or lay lyrique, "lyric lay", lớn distinguish it from a lai breton) is a lyrical, narrative sầu poem written in octosyllabic couplets that often deals with tales of adventure and romance. Lais were mainly composed in France & Germany, during the 13th & 14th centuries. The English term lay is a 13th-century loan from Old French lai. The origin of the French term itself is unclear; perhaps it is itself a loan from German Leich (reflected in archaic or dialectal English lake, "sport, play").The terms note, nota & notula (as used by Johannes de Grocheio) appear khổng lồ be have been synonyms for lai.

The poetic size of the lai usually has several stanzas, none of which have the same form. As a result, the accompanying music consists of sections which vày not repeat. This distinguishes the lai from other common types of musically important verse of the period (for example, the rondeau and the ballade). Towards the kết thúc of its development in the 14th century, some lais repeat stanzas, but usually only in the longer examples. There is one very late example of a lai, written to lớn mourn the defeat of the French at the Battle of Agincourt (1415), (Lay de la guerre, by Pierre de Nesson) but no music for it survives.

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Lai (state)

Lai (simplified Chinese: 莱; traditional Chinese: 萊; pinyin: Lái), also knoracingbananas.com as Laiyi (萊夷), was an ancient Dongyi state located in what is now eastern Shandong Province, recorded in the Book of Xia. Tang Shanchun (唐善纯) believes lai means "mountain" in the old Yue language, while the Yue Jue Shu (越絕書) says lai means "wilderness".

History

Lai was a traditional enemy of the State of Qi khổng lồ its west. As soon as Jiang Ziya, the first ruler of Qi, was enfeoffed at Qi, the state of Lai attacked its capital at Yingqiu. In 567 BC, Lai attacked Qi but was decisively defeated by Duke Ling of Qi, & its last ruler Furou, Duke Gong of Lai, was killed. Lai was a large state, và Qi more than doubled in form size after annexing Lai. The people were moved to Laiwu, where Mencius later called them the Qídōng yěrón rén (齊東野人), the "peasants of eastern Qi".

Rulers of Lai

Furou (浮柔), Duke Gong of Lai (萊共公) ?–567 BC

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Lai (Chinese surname)

Lai (Traditional Chinese: 賴; Simplified Chinese: 赖; Pinyin: Lài) is a common Chinese surname that is pronounced similarly in both Hakka & Mandarin. It is also a Taiwanese/Minnan surname that is romanized as Luā.

The Lais" ancestry is from the state of Lai in the Spring và Autumn Period. Many Lais dispersed to the south during their defeat by the Chu state; many even changed their surname to escape persecution.

The brother of Zhou Wu Wang (周武王), Shu Ying, was awarded as Duke of Lai (northeast of Shi in Henan). In 583 B.C the Lai kingdom was destroyed by Chu Ling Wang. Some of its people fled khổng lồ neighboring kingdoms of Luo (羅) và Fu (傅), others migrated north và settled in Da Yan (Yanling in Henan). They adopted the name Lai to commemorate their old kingdom.

Today, the largest Lai clans are in Taiwan, Philippines, Indonesia, Xingning, Meixian and Melbourne. A 2006 census shows that Lai is the 90th most comtháng surname in Đài Loan Trung Quốc.