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Woodcut

A block of wood with a letter or image cut into it. Woodcuts were used as an early way to print materials in large quantities. They developed in Asia.
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Dga' ldan phun tshogs gling xylograph of 1666, 11 folios.
1495-after 1577), which begins (in all the available xylograph and other editions) with de yang, "moreover"; see, for example, the edition in Tibeto-Sanskrit Lexicographical Materials, ed.
00pm: 1-2 Xamax Xylograph 7-2 Heavenly Duchess 6 Doras Miller, Lovely Quest 33 Moreton Jazz 50 Sallys Darling
00pm: 4-5 Xamax Xylograph 7-2 Heavenly Duchess, Lovely Quest 5 Doras Miller 25 Moreton Jazz 50 Sallys Darling
Of course, Xamax Xylograph has a first round verdict over Sexy Delight, but the draws are reversed tonight which could be crucial and Charlie Lister's bitch can provide another tonic for her recuperating handler.
So far as the best bet of the night is concerned, it is hard not to be sweet on the claims of Xamax Xylograph in the final of the Victor Chandler Marathon over 840m at 8.
Xamax Xylograph appears set for a solo next to the rails in the Victor Chandler Marathon and can outstay likely leader Jennys Penny to land the spoils.
But it is hard to see too much downside when it comes to siding with Xamax Xylograph against Sexy Delight at the general -0.
UvV--Prajnavarman's Udanavargavivarava: Transliteration of Its Tibetan Version (Based on the Xylographs of Chone/Derge and Peking), ed.
Catalogue of Oriental Manuscripts, Xylographs, etc.
Van der Kuijp has located two Mongol blockprints (hor sp/par ma) of the Tshad ma rigs pa'i gter, both of which verify the reading reported in the commentaries of both Go rams pa Bsod nams seng ge (1429-89) and Gser mdog pan chen Sakya mchog ldan (1428-1507) that classifies these prasangas into four of similar type and fourteen of dissimilar type (van der Kuijp, "Two Mongol Xylographs (hor par ma) of the Tibetan Text of the Sa skya Pandita's Work on Buddhist Logic and Epistemology," JIABS 16.