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  3. Guan Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    noun ˈgwän : any of various large gregarious neotropical birds (family Cracidae) that are chiefly arboreal forest-dwellers and that somewhat resemble turkeys Illustration of guan Example Sentences Recent Examples on the Web Ground-foraging birds like guans can still hear the frogs’ calls.

  4. Guan (bird) - Wikipedia

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    The guans are a number of bird genera which make up the largest group in the family Cracidae. They are found mainly in northern South America, southern Central America, and a few adjacent Caribbean islands. There is also the peculiar horned guan ( Oreophasis derbianus) which is not a true guan, but a very distinct and ancient cracid with no close living relatives (Pereira et al. 2002).

  5. guan | bird | Britannica

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    guan. bird. Actions Cite verifiedCite While every effort has been made to follow citation style rules, there may be some discrepancies. Please refer to the appropriate style manual or other sources if you have any questions. Select Citation Style. Copy Citation. Share Share Share to social media ...

  6. Guan Yu: Stories, Facts, Death, Tomb, Chinese God & Worship

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    Guan Yu (160–220), a famous general at the end of the Han Dynasty era (206 BC – 220 AD), was one of the best known historical figures in ancient Chinese history. Guan Yu was highly skilled in military affairs and his loyalty has been highly praised for generations.

  7. Guan (instrument) - Wikipedia

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    The guan is a Chinese double reed wind instrument. The northern Chinese version is called guanzi or bili and the Cantonese version is called houguan. It is classified as a bamboo instrument in the Ba Yin system. Unlike other instruments in the double-reed family of woodwinds which mostly have conical bores, such as the Chinese suona or the Western oboe, the guan has a cylindrical bore, giving its distinctive mellow, yet piercing buzz-like timbre.

  8. GuanyinMythopedia

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    Guanyin is an immensely popular figure in Chinese culture. Her significance is often compared to the Virgin Mary in Christianity. Guanyin is said to offer protection to anyone experiencing pain, suffering, or fear in their life with special attention given to women and children.

  9. Ghana Ethnic Groups: Guan

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    The Guan are believed to have begun to migrate from the Mossi region of modern Burkina around A.D. 1000. Moving gradually through the Volta valley in a southerly direction, they created...

  10. Guan’s at Taman Rasa Sayang, SS 4 PJ – A good mix (Pork free)

    thefoodbunny.com/2022/10/20/guans-at-taman-rasa-sayang-ss-4-pj-a-good-mix-pork...

    At Guan’s, as you can see, they offer you a cuisine that has a good mix of traditional and modern, local and western, cafe and kopitiam. Mee Hoon Siam, RM 8.90 + Nasi Lemak Curry Chicken, RM 16.90 Nasi Lemak with Curry Chicken Mee Hoon Siam. Food was good. I liked the Mee Siam.

  11. Urban Dictionary: guan

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    Guan, pronounced 'gwaaaaaan', is a coloquial term used in place of the words marijuana or cannabis. In the UK, it is a class 'C' drug, though is of late often mistaken as being legal by many youths. The drug is usually taken via smoking, which usually involves rolling a cigarette with rolling papers and rolling tobacco, adding ground guan to the cigarette, and smoking the end result.

  12. Guan (to observe in Mandarin) is a general-purpose logic programming system written in C# and built as a .NET Standard Library. It has been tested in both Windows and Linux environments. Guan employs Prolog style syntax for writing logic rules. It enables easy interop between such rules with regular C# code and the vast .NET Base Class Library.