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Eastern Sichuan is largely inhabited by ethnic Tibetans and was once historically part of Tibet. It brings Tibetan Buddhism a magical element and a rich portfolio of heavenly beings. As a work of reference it is doubtless useful. Mystic spells used by wizards — phot means break or sm;ish! 438 WOBSHJP AND RITUAL. During the debate, the challenger raises questions of a particular form; a complete question is one that contains a subject, predicate, and a reason.

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Publisher: Wisdom Publications (March 24, 2015)

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