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" Luh-kow, that is kneeling-, and striking the forehead three times, rising on one's feet, kneeling down again, and striking the head again three times against the earth. The climax is closed by San-kwci-ketv-kow, kneeling three different times, and at... "
Travels in China, New Zealand, New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, Cape Horn ... - 第 187 頁
James Holman 著 - 1840 - 519 頁
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Narrative of a Journey in the Interior of China: And of a Voyage to and from ...

Clarke Abel - 1818 - 420 頁
...striking the head again three times against the earth. The climax is closed by the san-kwei-kew-kow, kneeling three different times, and at each time knocking...Some of the gods of China are entitled only to the sam-kow, others to the lul-kow ; the Tien (Heaven) and the Emperor, are worshipped by the san-kwei-kew-kow."...
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Pamphleteer: Dedicated to Both Houses of Parliament, to be Continued ..., 第 15 卷

Abraham John Valpy - 1819
...striking the head again three times against the earth. The climax is closed by the San-kwei-kewkow, kneeling three different times, and at each time knocking the head thrice against die ground. Some of the gods of China are entitled only to the San-kow ; others to the Luh-kow ; the...
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The Flowers of Literature: Consisting of Selections from History ..., 第 4 卷

William Oxberry - 1824
...again, and striking the head again three times against the earth. The eighth is the Sau-kwei-kew-kow, kneeling three different, times, and at each time knocking the head thrice against the ground. The governors of the Scythian provinces annually gave a feast to those who had valiantly slain their...
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The Chinese Repository, 第 1-5 卷

1834
...striking the head again three times against the earth. The climax is closed by the san-kwei-kew kow, kneeling three different times, and at each time knocking...the luh-kow; the teen (heaven), and the emperor are worshiped with the san-kwei kew-kow. Does the emperor of China claim divine honors?" See Morrison's...
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The Monthly Review

1835
...and striking the head again three times against the earth. The climax is closed by San-kwci-ketv-kow, kneeling three different times, and at each time knocking...Teen (heaven) and the Emperor are worshipped with the San-kweikew-kow. Does the Emperor of China claim divine honours ?' "—pp. 184 —187. Age, which,...
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Embassy to the Eastern Courts of Cochin-China, Siam, and Muscat: In the U. S ...

Edmund Roberts - 1837 - 432 頁
...striking the head, again, three -times on the earth. The climax is closed b\ the san-kwei-kew-kow, kneeling three different times, and at each time knocking...(heaven) and the emperor, are worshipped with the san-kwei-kew-kow." Beggars are licensed by the government, confined within particular districts, and...
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A Voyage Around the World: In the United States Frigate Columbia : Attended ...

Fitch Waterman Taylor - 1842 - 332 頁
...of his celestial majesty. It is kneeling three successive times, and at each time knocking the head against the ground. Some of the gods of China are entitled only to the sixth and seventh degree of veneration, while Heaven (Teen) and the Emperor receive the three prostrations...
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A Voyage Round the World: And Visits to Various Foreign Countries in the ...

Fitch Waterman Taylor - 1843
...of his celestial majesty. It is kneeling three successive times, and at each time knocking the head against the ground. Some of the gods of China are entitled only to the sixth and seventh degree of veneration, while Heaven (Teen) and the Emperor receive the three prostrations...
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Miscellaneous Notices Relating to China, and Our Commercial Intercourse with ...

Sir George Thomas Staunton - 1850 - 432 頁
...striking the head again three times against the earth. " The climax is closed by the San-kwei-kewffow, kneeling three different times, and at each time knocking...Teen, (heaven) and the emperor are worshipped with the San-/,:wci-/tcw-kow—Does the emperor of China claim divine honors !" Morrison's Memoir, p. 142. CONSIDERATIONS...
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Scenes in China: or, Sketches of the country, religion, and customs of the ...

Henrietta Hall Shuck, John Newton Brown - 1851 - 252 頁
...striking the head again three times against the earth. — The climax is closed by the sankwei-kew-kow, kneeling three different times, and at each time knocking...The teen (heaven) and the emperor, are worshipped C52) -with the san-kicei-k'W-kow. Doe« tbe Emperor of China claim divine honors ? " The ambassadors,...
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