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The Family Law of the Chinese (Paperback)

Paul Georg Von Mollendorff
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Book Description: Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 edition. Excerpt: . the case of a concubine are less severe than in the case of a wife. Marriage is called hun-yin; to marry a husband is chia-fu for wife and concubine alike (J fc nan hun nil chia, the man marries, the wife takes a husband). Compare the Italian casare. 5.--Relation Of Husband And Wife To Each Other. Through the marriage the wife becomes, as was the case according to the law before Justinian,76 not only uxor but comes also into the mantis mariti. She ceases to be sui juris, if she ever was it, and leaves the patria potestas, if she stood under it.77 It is in consequence of the way in which the wife comes into the power of her husband that she acquires very few rights with the marriage. Though she shares the rank and honours of her husband,78 she has no right to demand conjugal fidelity from him,70 whilst she, by sinning against it, commits a heinous crime. It is a cause for divorce if the wife beats her husband a case probably as rare in China as with us, and, when it happens, more likely to be quietly endured than brought into court, but the husband has the right to inflict corporal punishment on her. He is, however, punishable if by doing this he inflicts a wound; but he escapes with a fine if he and his wife are willing to be divorced. 16 See Mackeldey, Lehrb. dcs rom. R., 14th ed., 11, p. 266; compare Gaji Iiutit., 49, 108 ss., II, 86 as. Mackeldey, I.e., II, p. 274, note; Gaj. List., Ill, 14, 24. As the Roman uxor shared the dignitag mariti. Unlike the Romans Nor., 117, c. 9, 5: liceat mulieri propter hanc etiam causam matrimonium dissolvere. In ancient times the Chinese husband s adultery was punished by castration?flj fu-hsliuj). The wife owes the husband implicit obedience, and is not. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781230386317

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The Family Law of the Chinese (Paperback)

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Book Description: Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 edition. Excerpt: . the case of a concubine are less severe than in the case of a wife. Marriage is called hun-yin; to marry a husband is chia-fu for wife and concubine alike (J fc nan hun nil chia, the man marries, the wife takes a husband). Compare the Italian casare. 5.--Relation Of Husband And Wife To Each Other. Through the marriage the wife becomes, as was the case according to the law before Justinian,76 not only uxor but comes also into the mantis mariti. She ceases to be sui juris, if she ever was it, and leaves the patria potestas, if she stood under it.77 It is in consequence of the way in which the wife comes into the power of her husband that she acquires very few rights with the marriage. Though she shares the rank and honours of her husband,78 she has no right to demand conjugal fidelity from him,70 whilst she, by sinning against it, commits a heinous crime. It is a cause for divorce if the wife beats her husband a case probably as rare in China as with us, and, when it happens, more likely to be quietly endured than brought into court, but the husband has the right to inflict corporal punishment on her. He is, however, punishable if by doing this he inflicts a wound; but he escapes with a fine if he and his wife are willing to be divorced. 16 See Mackeldey, Lehrb. dcs rom. R., 14th ed., 11, p. 266; compare Gaji Iiutit., 49, 108 ss., II, 86 as. Mackeldey, I.e., II, p. 274, note; Gaj. List., Ill, 14, 24. As the Roman uxor shared the dignitag mariti. Unlike the Romans Nor., 117, c. 9, 5: liceat mulieri propter hanc etiam causam matrimonium dissolvere. In ancient times the Chinese husband s adultery was punished by castration?flj fu-hsliuj). The wife owes the husband implicit obedience, and is not. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781230386317

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Lost Shangri La: Glimpses of Ancient Kashmir

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Book Description: Decent Books, New Delhi, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: Fine. . (illustrator). First edition. 15 x 23 cm. The Land of Kashmir, celebrated as paradise on earth for its scenic beauty, has an equally enchanting historical and cultural past: this is the place symbolising India`s cultural unity, where different cultures have prospered at different times, where scholars from all over India and the distant lands of Mesopotamia, Persia and China converged to imbibe learning in ancient times. The author, S. Sapru here unravels the glorious past of Kashmir; he discusses its importance as the centre of Sanskrit learning in the bygone eras; its achievements in music, dance, drama, sculpture, language and literature, and philosophy -- marked by the artistic and literary contributions of eminent men like Jayaditta, Bhatta, Jayadhara, Pingala and Abhinavagupta. Referring to various historical works and combining facts with legend, folklore and impressions from oral traditions, he presents a graphic picture of life and times in the valley in the past that deals with a range of themes like the land`s mythology, statecraft, trade links, urban centres, tax system, system of crime and punishment and an ancient tourist`s impressions of the valley. Through a smooth-flowing narrative that makes the book extremely readable, the author points out that there is more to Kashmir than the present-day spate of violence; the land and its people have an essential `Indianness` common to other people of India and Kashmir`s links with the rest of India cannot be severed. Book Contents Foreword Preface 1. The Killing Fields of Kashmir 2. Beauty and Violence 3. Looking Closely at the Head 4. A Seat of Ancient Learning 5. Where did the Kashmiris Come From ? 6. A Symbol of India`s Cultural Unity 7. Centres of Excellence 8. Their Literary and Artistic Achievements 9. Aesthetics -- The Fragrance of Life 10. Folklore is the Spice of Life 11. Manmadhan`s Arrows don`t Spare Even Kings 12. Will Manmadhan Fail ? 13. Fine Arts Need no Frontiers 14. If Music be the Food of Love, Then Play on 15. A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words 16. Etched in Stone, they sing silently 17. The Arrow that Boomeranged 18. A Wedding at Mount Kailash 19. Narada -- Scribe Extraordinary 20. Rationalising the Rituals 21. The Thread that Joins us Together 22. Celebrating What, When and Why? 23. Valley and the Empire 24. Is Civilisation Only Urban? 25. An Anciet Tourist`s Impressions 26. Enter the Dragon 27. Trust in God, She will Provide 28. The Nuts and Bolts of Statecraft 29. Timeless Wonders, our Villages 30. Manning the Ramparts 31. The Curse of Taxes 32. Whose Money is it Anyway? 33. Trade Links Across the World 34. Crime, Justice and Punishment 35. The Generation Gap (Indian Style) 36. Kashmir Shaivism and the Southern Link 37. Spreading the Buddha`s Gospel : The India-China Link Bibliography Index Printed Pages: 184. Bookseller Inventory # 1233

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The Heart of the Dragon

Clayre, Alasdair
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Book Description: Houghton Mifflin, Boston, MA, 1985. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Lui, Patrick (illustrator). First Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. This book takes you, the reader, into China, exploring the private lives of individual families, the work of the villages, the problems and successes of factories and mines, and the closed world of the country's courts, hospitals, asylums, and prisons - a rare look at areas that will once again be closed to public view. The volume also examines ancient religions and philosophies that the Chinese, with their unique flexibility, have interwoven with the doctrines of Marx and Mao. Also explored is China's renowned cooking, science, and art, which have been brought to the rest of mankind by travelers and traders from the time of Marco Polo. Well-researched with elegant prose and stunning illustrations - some which have never been seen outside of China - this book combines a wide range of historical and contemporary sources. Illustrated in color and black & white. One corner of the binding has light wear. The jacket is worn on all corners and spine ends. There is a small piece missing from the spine top and a few small, repaired tears. Jacket is in a protective cover. Bookseller Inventory # 003875

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Encyclopaedia of Criminology

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Book Description: Reliance, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. The crime and criminals are as old as the human civilization and with the surge in crime the laws were formed and enacted by various rulers of the land. Any act punishable by law is a crime, and its scientific study criminology. The references about medical testimony and punishment can be found in Vedas and Manusmriti. The Vedas prohibited abortion, Manu forbade the execution of pregnant women and enjoined the statements of insane, of the drunk and the children. The code of Hammurabi, ruler of Babylon (2000 BC) was the first feather in the cap of the history of legal medicine. The code regulated medical practice and laid down punishment for physicians who failed in their duties, similar codes have also been conformed to have existed in ancient China, India, Persia, Rome, Egypt etc. The ‘Constituto Criminalis Carolina (1532) by Charles-V, the Roman emperor can be ragarded as the dawn of legal medicine. Definition and explanations of criminal acts are subject to variations from place to place. The constitution of law or process of law making reflect social behaviour. Particular criminal laws have identifiable antecedents; reasons exists for the emergence of laws at some particular time or in some specific place. The lawyers, Police personnel, researchers and students of law will find this encyclopaedia most useful." (jacket). Bookseller Inventory # 43896

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Crime and Punishment in Ancient China: T'ang-yin-pi-shih

Gulik, Robert Hans Van
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Book Description: Orchid Pr, Thailand, 2008. Hard Cover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Second Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. This is a new hardcover second edition copy, in a new, mylar protected DJ, red spine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 065396

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Crime and Punishment in Ancient China: The T ang-Yin-Pi-Shih (Hardback)

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Book Description: Orchid Press Publishing Limited, Thailand, 2008. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Bilingual. 253 x 183 mm. Brand New Book. The T ang-Yin-Pi-Shih is a record of 144 criminal and civil court cases, judged in the courts of ancient China, spanning a period of some 1,400 years of the country s history from around 300 BCE. During this period, China s judiciary was chosen from among the ranks of the country s scholar-officials, who, dispatched to various parts of the Empire often with little or no prior training in the legal arts, fulfilled the role of both investigative detective and court judge in the provincial centres of the land. Casebooks such as the T ang-Yin-Pi-Shih were thus essential tools of the appointees, providing guidance and precedence to which to refer, when the courts were confronted with challenging cases. Bookseller Inventory # AAT9789745240919

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Book Description: University of California Press, United States, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Brand New Book. In ancient China a monster called Taowu was known for both its vicious nature and its power to see the past and the future. Over the centuries Taowu underwent many incarnations until it became identifiable with history itself. Since the seventeenth century, fictive accounts of history have accommodated themselves to the monstrous nature of Taowu. Moving effortlessly across the entire twentieth-century literary landscape, David Der-wei Wang delineates the many meanings of Chinese violence and its literary manifestations. Taking into account the campaigns of violence and brutality that have rocked generations of Chinese - often in the name of enlightenment, rationality, and utopian plenitude - this book places its arguments along two related axes: history and representation, modernity and monstrosity. Wang considers modern Chinese history as a complex of geopolitical, ethnic, gendered, and personal articulations of bygone and ongoing events. His discussion ranges from the politics of decapitation to the poetics of suicide, and from the typology of hunger and starvation to the technology of crime and punishment. Bookseller Inventory # AAH9780520238732

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Crime and Punishment in Ancient China: Tang-Yin-Pi-Shih

Van Gulik, R. H.
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Book Description: University of California Press, United States, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Brand New Book. In ancient China a monster called Taowu was known for both its vicious nature and its power to see the past and the future. Over the centuries Taowu underwent many incarnations until it became identifiable with history itself. Since the seventeenth century, fictive accounts of history have accommodated themselves to the monstrous nature of Taowu. Moving effortlessly across the entire twentieth-century literary landscape, David Der-wei Wang delineates the many meanings of Chinese violence and its literary manifestations. Taking into account the campaigns of violence and brutality that have rocked generations of Chinese - often in the name of enlightenment, rationality, and utopian plenitude - this book places its arguments along two related axes: history and representation, modernity and monstrosity. Wang considers modern Chinese history as a complex of geopolitical, ethnic, gendered, and personal articulations of bygone and ongoing events. His discussion ranges from the politics of decapitation to the poetics of suicide, and from the typology of hunger and starvation to the technology of crime and punishment. Bookseller Inventory # AAH9780520238732

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Legal history of Norway

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Book Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x1 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 26. Chapters: Treaties of Norway, Fourth Geneva Convention, Antarctic Treaty System, North Atlantic Treaty, United Nations Charter, Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Wassenaar Arrangement, Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, First Geneva Convention, Third Geneva Convention, Legal purge in Norway after World War II, Protocol I, Protocol II, Svalbard Treaty, Second Geneva Convention, Protocol III, Covenant of the League of Nations, Frostating, Gulating, Eidsivating, Old Covenant, Bjarkey laws, Agreement Between Great Britain and Norway Relating to the Suppression of the Capitulations in Egypt, Canada - European Free Trade Association Free Trade Agreement, Oslo Agreements, 1930, Åsetesrett, Ancient Norwegian property laws, Norwegian Law of Succession, Dutch-Scandinavian Economic Pact, Treaty of Kalmar. Excerpt: The Charter of the United Nations is the foundational treaty of the international organization called the United Nations. It was signed at the San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center in San Francisco, United States, on June 26, 1945, by 50 of the 51 original member countries (Poland, the other original member, which was not represented at the conference, signed it later). It entered into force on October 24, 1945, after being ratified by the five permanent members of the Security Council-the Republic of China (later replaced by the People's Republic of China), France, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (later replaced by the Russian Federation), the United Kingdom, and the United States-and a majority of the other signatories. Today, 192 countries are the members of the United Nations. As a charter, it is a constituent treaty, and all members are bound by its articles. Furthermore, the Charter states that obligations to the United Nations prevail over all other treaty obligations. Most countries in the world have now ratified the Charter. One notable exception is the Holy See, which has chosen to remain a permanent observer state and therefore is not a full signatory to the Charter. The Charter consists of a preamble and a series of articles grouped into chapters. The preamble consists of two principal parts. The first part containing a general call for the maintenance of peace and international security and respect for human rights. The second part of the preamble is a declaration in a contractual style that the governments of the peoples of the United Nations have agreed to the Charter. The following chapters deal with the enforcement powers of UN bodies: The Preamble to the treaty reads as follows: 'We the peoples of the United Nations determined: to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war, which twice in our lifetime has brought untold sorrow to mankind, and to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of 28 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156014738

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Crime and Punishment in Ancient China: Tang-Yin-Pi-Shih (Hardcover)

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Book Description: Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 184mm x 20mm x 254mm. Hardcover. Fascinating glimpse into the world of traditional Chinese judicial systems through this record of 144 criminal and court cases, judged in courts of ancient China; entertaining and informa.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 198 pages. 0.744. Bookseller Inventory # 9789745240919

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Crime and Punishment in Ancient China: The T ang-Yin-Pi-Shih (Hardback)

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Book Description: Orchid Press Publishing Limited, Thailand, 2008. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Bilingual. 253 x 183 mm. Brand New Book. The T ang-Yin-Pi-Shih is a record of 144 criminal and civil court cases, judged in the courts of ancient China, spanning a period of some 1,400 years of the country s history from around 300 BCE. During this period, China s judiciary was chosen from among the ranks of the country s scholar-officials, who, dispatched to various parts of the Empire often with little or no prior training in the legal arts, fulfilled the role of both investigative detective and court judge in the provincial centres of the land. Casebooks such as the T ang-Yin-Pi-Shih were thus essential tools of the appointees, providing guidance and precedence to which to refer, when the courts were confronted with challenging cases. Bookseller Inventory # AAT9789745240919

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Crime and Punishment in Ancient China. The T'ang-Yin-Pi-Shih

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Book Description: Orchid Press Publishing Limited, 2007. Book Condition: New. Language: english. Presents a record of 144 criminal and civil court cases, judged in courts of ancient China, spanning a period of some 1,400 years of country's history from around 300 BCE. Bookseller Inventory # 5554154

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Crime and Punishment in Ancient China: Tang-Yin-Pi-Shih

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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pages Number: 186 Language: Chinese. Publisher: Law Press Pub. Date :2009-11-01. features a: 40 fully included in the specified regulations; function b: * marked the latest addition of regulations 4; function c: to highlight the marked Chongdianfatiao 95 group; functions IV: Selected 2002-2009 Typical Answers. Contents: Criminal Law (1997.3.14) Criminal Law Amendment (1999.12.25) Criminal Law Amendment (b) (2001.8.31) Criminal Law Amendment (c) (2001.12.29) Criminal Law Amendment (d) (2002.12.28) Criminal Law Amendment (e) (2005.2.28) Criminal Law Amendment (f) (2006.6.29) Criminal Law Amendment (seven ) (2009.2.28) Attachment: previous table the relevant provisions of the Criminal Law Amendment National People s Congress Standing Committee on the Punishment of the fraudulent purchase of foreign exchange. foreign exchange evasion and illegal trading decisions Crime Standing Committee of National People s Congress on the Criminal Law ninety-three interpretation of the second paragraph of the Standing Committee of National People s Congress on the Criminal Law two hundred and twenty eighth and the third forty-two. four hundred and tenth ten explanation of the Standing Committee of National People s Congress on the China People s Republic of criminal law second ninety-four interpretation of the first paragraph of the Standing Committee of National People s Congress on the Criminal Law third eighty-four interpretation of the first paragraph of the Standing Committee of National People s Congress on the Republic of China Criminal Law. the interpretation of Article three hundred and thirteenth National People s Congress Standing Committee on Criminal Law Chapter IX of dereliction of duty of the main application of the interpretation of the Standing Committee of National People s Congress on Criminal Law on the 15 tax rebate to offset tax invoice other interpretation of the provisions of the Standing Committee of National People s Congress on the Criminal Law shall apply to the relics of scientific value of ancient vertebrate fossils. the interpretation of ancient human fossils Supreme People s Court on the application of property Criminal Court on Several Issues Concerning the Voluntary Surrender and Meritorious Service specific applications dealing with the legal interpretation of a number of issues the Supreme People s Procuratorate on identified crimes committed surrendered meritorious Other Sentencing Court on a number of views on the issue for commutation of sentence. Parole Cases of Application of Law Supreme People s Court on the Trial of the provisions of the criminal case of traffic accidentFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # 901865

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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pages Number: 214 Language: Chinese. Publisher: Founder of China Publishing House; 1 (May 1. 2009). between light and dark: Prison System Transformation of Modern China (updated concept and system reconstruction ) include introduction. main content and the end of chapter four chapters and conclusion on behalf of six parts. Introduction to clear the first part of the intention of topics: pains in the prison system through the transformation of modern contemporary Chinese prison system for the building to provide some meaningful reference. and then to between light and dark: Prison System Transformation of Modern China (concept Update and System Reconstruction) the subject of proper interpretation: Modern China mainly refers to the point of view from the time the Late Qing to the Northern Government. but because of institutional changes is often a continuous process. difficult to time to the absolute sector points. the between light and dark: Prison System Transformation of Modern China (updated concept and system reconstruction). the time frame of only the main. but not fully subject to this range; real transformation of the modern prison system from between light and dark: Prison System Transformation of Modern China (updated concept and system reconstruction) as defined in the narrow prison conversion to the most narrow sense. the process of the prison; between light and dark is mainly that of the modern transformation of China s prison system Implicit in the evaluation. Research status part introduces the history of the domestic prison representative results of four studies. some of the overseas research highlighted the status of Foucault Discipline and Punish - The birth of the prison. the contribution. and a brief evaluation of the Funk s Crime. punishment and prison reform in modern China :1895-1949. the writing features and shortcomings. Finally. a brief points out. between light and dark: Prison System Transformation of Modern China (updated concept and system reconstruction) method and structure. The first chapter is the concept of transformation of the prison in modern China. Prison. from the material level. as a utensil. in fact. the spirit of an improved basis for temperament dimensions. Therefore. transformation of modern China s prison system will be started in the prison - as a country to create improved materials. namely reforming the prison to improve prison buildings from when the premise. This chapter first reviews the pre-modern prison on a variety of different titles. and then tap the traditional prison system representatives - won the legal concept of earth system: not only traditional Chinese retaliation penalties. but mainly in order to restore the disrupted order. Heaven. Sentence reflected a day means. naturally building the prison and Heaven related - Prison is the day the body shape: round. Thus. the ancient Chinese panopticon real shape of the building is Harmony a manifestation of the concept of punishment. This cosmic harmony. nature and man concept. to the right foot is significantly weak Qing Dynasty. which began the modern transformation of China s prisons. In modern times. people traveling west. deep beauty of his good prison system. and the late Qing Dynasty Chinese prisons dark. dirty compared to the ruling and opposition from top to bottom. with high ideals are aware of reforming the prison is the top priority. November 15th dynasty. twenty eight years the governor of Shanxi Zhao Xun memorial Please pass the provinces set the text off criminals workhouse after. then started the establishment of criminal workhouse. this is the modern prison Hao transformation vector; later in more detail in this chapter introduced the representatives of the construction of new prison - Hubei. Mukden. and the capital construction process model and the new prison building plan style. and dig a new. Bookseller Inventory # 460473

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ancient civilizations - you need to know the basic facts of more than 3.000

XIANG QIU WEI BAO LUO BA EN
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Book Description: Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Hardcover. Pages Number: 140 Publisher: Fudan University Press Pub. Date :2011-04-01. ancient civilization: you need to know the basic facts of more than 3000 by Paul Luo Baen the with. including Mesopotamia. Egypt. South Asia. Far East. Africa. the Aegean Bronze Age. European. classical civilization. Australia and Oceania. North America. Central America. South America. portable pocket book are British scientists Global Youth who wrote the popular books. fun. illustrated. Contents: The first Mesopotamian civilization timeline of early farming village in urban civilization art and abstract nature of God Temple and palace colonial production and trade Mesopotamia Kingdom of Israel. the Mesopotamian civilization and the origins of New Canaan dynasty end of an era of the early occupants of the Egyptian Old Kingdom. Middle Kingdom unified timeline during the late New Kingdom pictograph of Alexander the Great - King Ptolemy of Egypt (BC 304 - the first 30 years) Rosetta Stone gods and goddesses mummification farming life of crime and punishment in South Indus Civilization Timeline settlements handicrafts collapse Peacock beginning of the Angkor civilization and the Far East China prehistoric timeline Shang Dynasty (1600 BC - the former 1050) Zhou Dynasty (BC 1050 - 256 years before) the Qin Dynasty (BC 221 - 206 years) Han Dynasty (206 BC - 220 AD) Dynasties (AD 220-581 years). changes in lifestyle Africa Africa Timeline northeastern West and Central Africa trade. metallurgy and rock art in southern Africa economic rise of Great Zimbabwe National Aegean Bronze Age Aegean location Timeline great art of the Aegean civilization Linear B text Ulu Burun shipwreck rock inhabited by ancient civilizations timeline European agriculture Stonehenge Iceman in Canterbury s farming and fishing Scala burial rituals of life in towns and commercial centers of spiritual lifeFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # K10618

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Prophet

LI BA NEN) JI BO LUN
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 199 Publisher: China Business Press Pub. Date :2008-4-1. Poetry philosophy Gibran Eastern wisdom. so that Westerners feel strange and dizzy. Love his work called him a poet. novelist. painter. also known as a philosopher he was. visionaries. revolutionaries. lunatics. brothers and friends. but more people will see him as a mentor and spiritual doctor. Gibran's ideas. full of noble sentiments and bright ideals. full of mysterious detachment and aggressive dual color. more full against the traditional concept of force against the evil forces. he is undoubtedly a valuable contribution for the spiritual wealth of mankind. Gibran's art. like the cedars of Lebanon's national flag. as the ancient Babylonian epic Gilgamesh. the description of Mount Lebanon. tall cedar. his crown flourish. its shade Kong-Jia. Yue full of them. Contents: Translation order 1 to a boat The Cominq of the Ship2. love Love3. marriage Marriaqe4. children Children5. give and Giving6. eating Eating and Drinking7. crafts Work8. joy and hospital injury Joy and Sorrow9. housing Houses10. clothing Clothes11. buying and selling Buyincl and Selling12. Crime and Punishment Crime and Punishment13. legal Laws14. free Freedom15. reason and passion. Reason and Passion16. painful Pain17. knowing Self-Knowledqe18. education Teachinq19. friendship Friendship20. conversation Talkincg21. time Time22. Good and Evil Good and Evil23 . pray Praver24. happy Pleasure25. U.S. Beauty26. religious Reliclion27. dead Death28. Farewell The FarewellFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # L30249

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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 202 Publisher: Anhui People's Pub. Date :2010-07-01 version 1. Mr. Cai Dongfan set of Popular Romance of Chinese history. wrote Republican from the Qin and Han dynasties. the book back to a total of one thousand five hundred million words. wrote nearly two thousand two hundred years of history; Lord of the messenger. next to the levy unofficial. carefully drawn. point-to-earth. rich in content. described the law. the term elegant. self-assessment self-injection. both principle and interest. is a classic popular history book . This book is a series of pre-Han (3 days benevolent as popular version). China's ancient Popular Romance is popular at home and abroad a masterpiece of popular history. Historians Caidong Fan in official history as the warp and weft anecdotal. painstaking decade. the truth Kingdoms five thousand years. This book is a series of pre-Han (3 days benevolent as popular version). about the late Qin crowded. Liu Jian Han to Han Wang Mang compile this piece of history the story. Contents: General launched the first flight back to the main parent rock was surprised by Yu Jin Kim refused to admonish Germany lost the second time the enemy generals triumphant celebration candle hidden third time uncle and nephew Cheng'en heel from Monkey Sons lost a war crime to seek to discuss the fourth back to seventh the case of re-Hing Kan rebel prison exploits also pull up the fifth compatriots back Yin Jian Li Zhijian lost way to save the old Sixth Round settle personal scores first shot cut the throat dare to send Lee to death to seek death Zhang Tang fraud seventh back-pass check off Nanyi Western Bonding horse and welcome God into the eighth successive alchemist reply was puzzled line Fengshan delusion Immortality Di Jiuhui conquests poor soldiers must first defeat the domain after the tenth horse back into the Er Shi was one prisoner section of anti-Su Wu Ting Shuo Li Ling lost desert back Witchcraft XI down the prime minister Daughter of the prison where the crown prince killed the twelfth spring dove back pain and regret the next round of Taiwan Chao Qian Qian Gu Ming urge compliance with the negative feedback brutal Figure XIII back in six old girl went so far as the main palace Nianzai re also envoys return to their native country fourteenth book knowledge of fraud against the party's final punishment was death Fanwang efficient assassin fifteenth Outlying Prefectures new owners are welcome back waste Empress Teng Temple XVI headed back to Ye Temple Can take students into the suspect told his female doctors Palace back into the drug seventeenth grievances in the public benefit Xiaofu kinky woman back vent eighteenth rampant misconduct against Mikhail Khodorkovsky do after the murder of family Jiao Jian Jun Ming Jue Qukui 19th back exercise ability and insight to pay ex-palace slave girl pull upright officials Diego results reported back to hear the twenty two sparse resign go see the machine in three books Diego played Babing Mita 21st back fan seeking women organization succeed obscene child abuse awareness strict blood in sacrifice the mother to know a few-second back cabinet graphics were standard kit Lin Shi Jin ambassador to power cars back to Crescent twenty enemy dead pet castrated vertical Xiao Wang Zhou Shaofu confusion calumny and then banished to come forward to stop the twenty-fourth beast back Fengjie Yu Zhu Yuan HUNTER cut back to save Yoshitomo Zhi twenty-fifth Chen Tang Li Qigong support to stay married Hun Wang Qiang Lai Zhijian grudge chapter 26 Prince Palace was Chengji pet is the word minister back to consciousness with the twenty-seventh to protest the situation to happen fan letter to court disaster rescue violate women's words back to punish the twenty-eighth Well pardon favorite uncle pushed all the United States won the entropy of two twenty-ninth declared obscene by the map bac. Bookseller Inventory # LQ6630

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story of the accounting

LING CANG ZHOU
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pages Number: 278 Publisher: Workers Press Pub. Date :2010-11-01. Story of Accounting to the vision of a global civilization. civilization and the Far East to observe the loneliness. struggle. sink and rise. With a history of human rights. to examine different periods of Chinese history. the rise and fall of human rights and freedom. In a humane and compassionate feelings. to verify the impact of Chinese civilization and the fission of different genes. Pray for the Chinese civilization. for the Chinese people the freedom to pray for peace and a dream . . through the countless thousands of dragon blood flowing through the smoke signals for thousands of hanging by a thread. Contents: Preface nightmare childhood of Chinese civilization. Chin Shan Xiang cut water distribution and Xerxes whipped royal horse vaginal odor incentives civilized powers of autism and autism altar and disgrace the menu highlights the power of this group of people can not meat the sorrow of checks and balances home mad world informant Xiao arbitrary arrest has also been the result of contracts made by Baima Covenant convict died of Empress Zhang shame the food menu. murder? ! For Man King of human rights matter. please seen in two weeks on the cage of 14-year-old girl behind the rewriting of history called the Emperor corporal punishment. prison. suspected insurgent in the hear the Tao. Xi die without regret EMPEROR era made way crime Colosseum in ancient China: the barbarian gladiators fighting with bare hands. not only by the blood of the bull returned to the world no longer Gongsheng Jie Yong. Qi world alone the decline of classical civilization Bo Qing Jiangnan Jiangbei are sex slaves. the whole day to bed sleeping mat Chenqie of fortunes sperm decide the future of personnel Heaven Shall know the king will be where to find the other Western Jin Dynasty copper camel decline in fatal error can not solve the dilemma Dynasty Huns came in the silence of moderate leaders from the slave to the JI leader who Schleswig. violence Luoyang crumbling. locusts swept across the Central Plains dead man lying on the palace. the princess was taken away to sell the Central Plains sink. Luoyang fall. the emperor captured the historic moment variation of classical civilization. the Far East geographical and civilizations rise and fall of love letters from the steppe and Gobi dust storms collective Urine power is infinite drops of urine! Urine transport overhead. he does not go down in history it is difficult! End of the road is a dead man Shih Jie familyFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # 761672

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Crime and Punishment in Ancient China: The T'ang-yin-pi-shih

Robert Van Gulik
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Correction of Social Work

ZHANG YU ZHONG GUO SHE HUI GONG ZUO JIAO YU XIE HUI ZU
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pages Number: 265 Language: Chinese. Publisher: Higher Education Press Pub. Date :2008-10-01 . correction of social work is the association of social work education prepared one series of textbooks of social work practice. Correction of social work is social work intervention in the correctional system and its processes. the use of professional values ??and methods of correction of Corrections to implement the theory and methods. Correction of Social Work in the correction of social work to sort out the meaning of its development based on the profile to correct the theoretical basis of social work. values ??and ethics. work patterns. work processes. work methods. etc. are explored; based on correction of social work development in China is currently concentrated in the field of community corrections to judge. community correction as the main content. combined with the development of community correction practical social work. describes the social basis for community correction. organizational structure. main content. Corrections. correction of social workers. correction and prevention of juvenile delinquency. etc.; Finally. select the part of the work of social workers in case of correction. I hope these cases help the reader through a more profound understanding of correct social work. Contents: Chapter correction correction of social work social work outlined in the meaning of Section One. correction in the correction of the historical development of the system three or four correction of social work. correct classification of five social work. social work and related concepts correction Correction Section the origin and development of social work for a correction of the origin of two social work. some of the world major countries and regions correction system of social work establishment and development of the third quarter correction function and role of social work. one for the function and role of the second offender. for the community function and role of the environment chapter Correction Section of social work theory origin of human society to explore the reasons for the criminal history of an ancient society offended divine. said the second. the criminal classical school of free will of the three. criminal human School s born criminal on the four community school crime criminal multi-factor on the Criminal Law Section of human society in the history of ideas and change for a penalty. the ancient society revanchism the concept of criminal law and penal measures II retribution ism on the Origin and Development of Criminal three. Utilitarianism Origin and Development of Criminal Section of the penalty light punishment in today s world and the development trend of non-custodial one. on the felony of the second battle with light punishment . the world development trend of the criminal justice Chapter III Section correction model of social work and psycho-social treatment model of a cognitive behavior therapy model. psycho-social treatment model II. Section II of the task of cognitive behavioral therapy model center model and reality therapy First. the task centered model II. Section III reality therapy model ecological systems theory and intervention model for a social network. ecological systems theory II. Chapter IV social network intervention model correction correction of social work values ??of social work ethical values ??of Section philosophical basis of a . on the theory of human nature Second. the comprehensive development of the theory of Section II correction concept and value of social work ethics of an intervention to rectify the concept of social work intervention Second. the value of social work ethics is the basis for correction of Social Work Social Section work values ??in practice. the use of one or two equality. respect of Social Work Chapter correction method for the case of social work m. Bookseller Inventory # 861176

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Thinking back thinkers Cong(Chinese Edition)

WANG HONG BO
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 224 Publisher: Qingdao Pub. Date :2008-05-01 version 1. The book series The Thinker series Di Siji one. by the magazine executive editor of the Book. compiled by Wang Hongbo. book paper. Book Review magazine selected. mainly from the past two years. the newspaper Book Week on the excellent article. Selected articles around the topic of the book outside the book. Toward ancient to modern times. from the human spirit to scientific ideas. talking about rich in content. articles and more humanities scholars and experts from the hand. between the lines of those shining ideas to explore. Contents: Classics: Hu Weixi of a bygone era. the Six Classics are all history. said. The Analects of Confucius Leiyi from the intellectuals of the modern gentry Xu Jilin see the vision of the Law of the eye to see a retrial 80 years of literary classics Luochun Wei people's cultural care Zhu Zhenglin reading a book twenty years experience of Wang Mingming distance to see the history of the United States Equal Zhu Zhenglin European dream open questioning of the meaning of life music Daiyun retrial Spengler's era of globalization predicted that capitalism is not zero * Qiu-sacred aura of Feng Yu-Feng Jiang Xiaoyuan. knowledge-based economy where to find it thought the myth of Tian Song official management from the government officials began Wangxue Tai Tang Empire: CLS conceal a pool of blood ten female literary talent in cutting wood to make romantic Liu Zhiqin are intellectuals on the political inspiration Tang Xiaobing listen to silent community Ding Yizhuang sound business Enlightenment: a bookseller's Carol Huang Minlan forgotten political testament Jing Xiang German Guizi Bing see World War II Li Hongyan Einstein field in China. the fate of the ups and downs Gerard self-subversion Liang Shu-ming Ma Lin Yutang old age: how from the fighters to Yi Shi. Wang Guangming Wang Jingzhi: How can a love affair to cover the North Tower Mao Yanwen cage: love life with the Ho and Feng Song Wenjia infected counterparts: the history of roller coaster on the steep side of Wu Lien-teh King of the Sea bloom is off all Thriving Zhu Xiaofeng logic tragedy Hu Zuoxuan Why did not I find the theory of relativity Mr Chan difficult fantasy literature: the era of cynicism Tao Dongfeng Wang Shuo's new look Wang Yue's village. a man and Banxingbanshui call Zhuang Heying reported the existence of the myth Variations Yanjing Ming Yi: Bihaiqingtian heart every night the word of the great temple of nature Xu Kun pilgrims floor Zhao Ming Chi Zijian those immortal soul ah memorable Dostoyevsky Crime and Punishment Zhou Daxin is the human brain Save Requiem Xu Thunder Woman. Violet and fans happy Lolita: The beautiful green flies writer Lee Cheng Wei Shi Linke difference between three and Joseph Lee Zepamuke: Turkish literature Flanagan ''the highest branches. Zou different Hyrum useless woman who goes back also Haruki Murakami: nothing in the school year to ask Leaving solo Lin Shaohua memory is wealth Blue Hidetoshi intellectuals and reading another era Xu Yue Temple was not only ubiquitous. not their fault Sun Xiaoning flash the Yu Hua Qiu Tu Tu Wo joy of books and women such as books Pinellia said three: gossip talk. there will be at the heart sink win clothes he died passed away. was said. Where is not read when he died Ma Xiao-Long Wu riding the wings of nursery rhymes with leap time domainFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # LQ6882

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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2012-09-01 Publisher: China Economic Press Note: If you are required qq 794153166 (sending staples bibliography). the number of books is greater than the the bookstore inventory you can promptly inform the treasurer Phone 15801427360 Contact bookstore internal transfer cargo -2 days in place. The OUR Books brand new genuine absolute guarantee. when you sign must seriously view the parcel. satisfaction after receipt books. not satisfied directly refusal. this can save Returns cost and time. the problems caused due to reasons of bookstores all unconditional return policy. Thank you for your visit. Assured orders to ensure smooth your shopping. Looking forward to your good basic information title: wholesale Bong Song List Price: 32.00 yuan Author: Yasuko Press: China Economic Press Publication Date: September 1. 2012 ISBN: 9787513616546 Words: Page : Revision: Version 1 Format: Folio: 16 commodity identification: Editor's Choice wholesale Bong Song is published by the China Economic Publishing House. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY No CONTENTS CHAPTER hidden Chamber of Secrets AD 927 when the troubled times of the wolf fell in love with a sheep on source relay Night at the second chapter of the Later Tang those years. Shi Jingtang do bastard thing the world in the first CEO of Great Liao Zhongyuan three over and over smoke signals Chapter month tour sided Guo Wei's accession to the throne Crazy Chapter Big Soldier Gaoping Jedi Every Health Wenwu are grasping with both hands the final promotion order sly chaos happiness quota step by step startling deep the Palace Phantom World Without Thieves Chapter VI long holiday ancestors Disciplines in the end like a paradise polar Commander Taiyuan! Taiyuan! Chapter VII of Clear and Present Danger King fight friends insider 1 of Chapter VIII of the fate of the blood loyal soul fate of the joke joke ideal left. reality right the other side of Sting with the ninth chapter Yidefuren good steel in edge on the Battlefield Behind tough choices CHAPTER getting too much courage strongest comedy providence people pretended happy event A true true becomes false Chapter tricks too clever clever anti cleverness Cinderella transfiguration Hutchison despise the Liue bitter Chapter 12 of the children of the sky Happy the terminus Baiguan Figure VS cronies standings blessings in disguise leaning Fu Xi disaster by volts excellence fleeting Chapter 12 fleeting people today identify what is yet to know non Shang Yang Shang Yang make government will do the ancient drive Crime and Punishment Chapter XIV Elixir of Love. Xincheng YuanFeng grudge China looks beautiful 1 looks the beautiful 2 against the war abyss of Chapter XV survivor in solid passers-come. easy go hard to to Jingzhong may not be able to serve the country Chapter XVI was born in the war died in peace in times of peace. a peace and prosperity to ruin author Yasuko. formerly known as Xue Ning. bestselling author. Writers Association. In recent years. devote themselves to the study of history. has published extensively. The existing Gate National Tsing Hua Qing Tang before behind the scenes masterpiece advent. Best Paper Award. was awarded the reader to open a column multiple female heaven and earth Yangzi Evening News and other newspapers and magazines in the female. girlfriend. has published last resort there is always an emotional let our tears learning to talk with Kevin Tsai The fate of your other arrangements timely and decisive end and Love determine the woman's life. more than 10 best-selling books. Inspirational mentor and cultural ambassador hailed by readers of contemporary youth. Digest colophon: Illustration: Gaoping of the end of World War Chairong to move rectify the Judge Advocate's mind. But he has been hesitant to bake the pie. had to lay on the the line battalion big account bed tossing and turning. Serve him ZHANG Yong s. Bookseller Inventory # FU004431

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Crimes of the Official

PENG BING JIN
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Publisher: China Social Sciences Press. job-related crimes. also known as post on crime or crime of breach of official duty. Ancient Chinese officials have long attached great importance to the prevention and punishment of crimes committed. Although the code does not use the ancient Chinese concept of job-related crimes. but the terms of which are large areas are job-related crimes. Severe penalties for officials to punish crimes committed is a traditional Chinese legal system. one of the main features. Tang is the oldest one in China in ancient codes. Tang is the legislative history of ancient China. a summary of achievementsFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # B43742

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101 Department of Speed ??Reading World Literature

SI REN
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pages Number: 689 Publisher: China International Radio Press Pub. Date :2006-01 -01. If you want to know the main plot of a great book. you can read the contents of the content scanning part; If you would like to know as well as classics of their artistic achievements and influence. you can read Click on part; If you want to remember a number of masterpieces in the famous aphorism. you can read the read navigation part of the famous . . concentrated handed down. fine literary feast. efficient reading. shocking experience. Today. to meet the needs of readers in the 21st century. is hereby released book. this reduced length. but the portable reader. the content was more abundant. Written by On Click. content-scanning. read the navigation and Related Links composed of four main forum. Meanwhile. the choice of table of contents. in addition to selected works of the former introduced the book. but also increased the book does not add many articles before the introduction of the famous author. Contents: Ancient Ramayana (ancient India). Homer (ancient Greek) Oedipus (Greek) Medea (Greek) Divine Comedy (Italy) Arabian Nights (Arabic) The Tale of Genji (Japan) Art Renaissance Decameron (Italy) Don Quixote (Spain) Hamlet (UK) Romeo and Juliet (UK) Othello (UK) 17-18 century Samson (UK) History of Tom Jones. Foundling (UK) Faust (Germany). The Sorrows of Young Werther (Germany) Intrigue and Love (Germany) maid transfer (North Korea) Pride and Prejudice (UK) Red and Black (France) high old man (France) EU also Nige Lang sets ( France). the daughter of Captain (Russia) Eugene Onegin (Russian) Count of Monte Cristo (France) Les Miserables (France). Carmen (France). The Scarlet Letter (USA) Dead Souls (Russian) Uncle Tom s Cabin (American ) David Copperfield (UK) Hard Times (UK) A Hero (Russia) Jane Eyre (UK) Wuthering Heights (UK) Immensee (Germany) Eve (Russia) Crime and Punishment (Russian) card Rama Niyazov Brothers (Russian) Madame Bovary (France) CamelliaFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # 740946

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