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Jin

A unit of mass in China approximately equivalent to 500 grams.
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Chin is believed to have made the films in category C Highpoint jail in Suffolk, which is facing a growing problem with mobile phones.
Rita Chin points out in The Crisis of Multiculturalism in Europe that another, older issue was about to return instead.
Five deceased workers had put their helmets on but only one had buckled up the chin strap properly.
On June 19, 1982, a week before his wedding, 27-year-old Chinese-American Vincent Chin went out with a small group of friends for a bachelor party at the Fancy Pants strip club in Highland Park.
Viray also ordered the six members of the so-called Chin Drug Group, headed by Albert Chin, to pay a fine of P1 million.
The machine line which is a green technology used for the production of AAC blocks and wall panels, will be installed at Chin Hin's upcoming factory, which is targeted to be completed in the next 1-2 years.
Chin Chin will be hosting be a holiday dinner for 70 children and their parent from the shelter.
Chin had easily defeated Kyle Yu 21-3, 21-10 in his previous match.
Chin studies preserved feces, called coprolites (KOP-ruh-lites).
The two rituals, in ring and on stage, bring the characters together in what seems like uneasy harmony, and the central character is left, as always for Chin, unmoored, uncertain, and basically alone.
Chin, from Deganwy near Llandudno, made her senior GB debut at the most recent round of the World Cup in Italy earlier this month.
A new scientic study claims that the chin simply didn't use to exist and has only come about as a result of change in our diet.