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  • Chusai — • The Arachite, i.e. the native of Archi, a place south of the portion of Ephraim, near Bethel Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Chusai     Chusai      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Chusāi — (Chusi), Vertrauter Davids, welcher dem, vor Absalom aus Jerusalem geflohenen König Kunde von dem Stande der Dinge in der Residenz verschaffte …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • CHUSAI — amicus David, Absolonis consilium, de persequendo Patre, ingeniose avertit, primus eius occisi postmodum nuntius. 2. Sam. c. 15. 16. 17. Iosepli. Antiq. Iud. l. 7. c. 8. 9. 10. Torniel A. M. 3005. n. 5. Salian. A. M. 3009 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Shibue Chūsai — In this Japanese name, the family name is Shibue . Shibue Chūsai (渋江 抽斎?, December 28, 1805 October 5, 1858) was a Japanese physician of the late Edo period, who served the Tsugaru clan of Hirosaki. He was the subject of Mori Ōgai s novel Shibue… …   Wikipedia

  • 出赛 — chūsài [attend the competition] 参赛 这次比赛吸引了很多好手出赛 …   Advanced Chinese dictionary

  • 初赛 — chūsài [preliminary] 比赛中的第一轮或第一阶段的比赛 …   Advanced Chinese dictionary

  • Hushai — or Chusai was a friend of David and a spy according to the Hebrew Bible. During Absalom s rebellion described in the Second Book of Samuel, he agrees to act as an advisor to Absalom to sabotage his plans while secretly sending information to… …   Wikipedia

  • Mori Ōgai — 森 鷗外 Mori Ōgai on October 22, 1911 Born February 17, 1862(1862 02 17) Tsuwano, Shimane, Japan …   Wikipedia

  • Tsugaru clan — Family name name = Tsugaru imagesize= 180px caption= Hirosaki Castle, Edo era seat of government for the Tsugaru clan pronunciation = Tsugaru region = Japanese origin = Japanese related names = footnotes = The nihongo|Tsugaru… …   Wikipedia

  • Mori Ogai — Mori Ōgai Mori Ōgai (jap. 森 鷗外 Mori Ōgai; * 17. Februar 1862 in Tsuwano; † 9. Juli 1922 in Tokio), japanischer Arzt und Militär, Dichter und Übersetzer. Ōgai ist sein Schriftstellername, den er in den Jahren 1885 bis 1913 gebrauchte. Sein… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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