Chimin

CHIMIN. This is a corruption of the French word chemin, a highway. It is used by old writers. Com. Dig. Chimin.

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Chimin Wong and Wu Lien-the, History of Chinese Medicine, 2nd ed.
a) Laboratoire de Chimin des Substances Naturelles et de Synthese Organique, Faculte des Sciences lie Monastir, (UK 99/URI12-26), 5000 Monastir, Tunisie
The chimin throws mixes, casting a mixture of red beans and quartz crystals onto a piece of woven cloth to calculate the forces affecting the future.
We'll visit the Chimin Lhakhang temple in Punakha and many others throughout Bhutan, including a hike to the Tigers Nest and the spectacular Taktsang monastery.