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By Charles Kevin Stuart, Gerald Roche, and Tshe dbang rdo rje (editors); various authors

A mdo Tibetan Tongue Twisters (7-51) via Blo rtan rdo rje, Charles Kevin Stuart, and Gerald Roche
An Amdo Tibetan Village New 12 months Trance Medium Ritual (53-64) through Dpal ldan bkra shis, and Charles Kevin Stuart
Calling again the misplaced Namuyi Tibetan Soul through Libu Lakhi, Charles Kevin Stuart, and Gerald Roche
Dying Hunters, Poison vegetation, and Mute Slaves-Nature and culture in modern Nuosu Yi Poetry (117-158) via Mark Bender)
The Ersu Shaba Pictographic Writing procedure (159-186) by way of solar Hongkai
The Fourth Belmang-Bodhisattva, property Lord, Tibetan defense force chief, and chinese language executive reputable (187-211) through Paul Nietupski
The Horse With Saddles-Tamxhwe in glossy Golok (213-235) via Fernanda Pirie
Seating, cash, and meals at an Amdo Village Funeral (237-294) through Rin chen rdo rje and Charles Kevin Stuart
The Sengze Village Mani (295-312) via Dkon mchog dge lugs and Charles Kevin Stuart
Tibetan existence and Tibetological Discourse-Differences and proposals (313-329) via Roche, Gerald, Nag tshang grub rgyal, and Mtsho mo skyid
A reaction to methods and the Syntax of Noun words in Qinghai chinese language Dialects (331-347) through Keith Dede
Lazi (Lab rtse) development in Karmatang (Skar ma thang) Village (349-366) via Tshe mdo
Review-Wutun (367-371) by way of Keith Slater
Story-God Door (373-382) by means of Tshe dpag rnam rgyal

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35 Asian Highlands Perspectives. 1 (2009), 7-51. 6 gser gyi ka sder ra gcig gser gyi ka sder ra gnyis 8 gser gyi ka sder ra gsum 9 gser gyi ka sder ra bzhi 10 gser gyi ka sder ra lnga 11 gser gyi ka sder ra drug 12 gser gyi ka sder ra bdun 13 gser gyi ka sder ra brgyad 14 gser gyi ka sder ra dgu 15 gser gyi ka sder ra bcu tham pa 16 gser gyi ka sder ra bcu gcig 17 gser gyi ka sder ra bcu gnyis 18 gser gyi ka sder ra bcu gsum 19 gser gyi ka sder ra bcu bzhi 20 gser gyi ka sder ra bco lnga 21 gser gyi ka sder ra bcu drug 22 gser gyi ka sder ra bcu bdun 23 gser gyi ka sder ra bco brgyad 24 gser gyi ka sder ra bcu dgu 25 gser gyi ka sder ra nyi shu 26 gser gyi ka sder ra nyer gcig 27 gser gyi ka sder ra nyer gnyis 28 gser gyi ka sder ra nyer gsum 29 gser gyi ka sder ra nyer bzhi 30 gser gyi ka sder ra nyer lgna 7 1 jar na¥ çar g” ´”k khu¥ na¥ na ser g” ka der ra ¦” ç” rtsa ¥a jod ser k” 3 de ”k ka h¶”k ki m” ˆ”n ser k” 4 de ”k ka h¶”k ki ˆ”n ta¥ na 5 ma n” tu¥ ˆ”r z”x k” han jun jod ser k” 6 ser g” ka der ra ¶”k 7 ser g” ka der ra ¦i 8 ser g” ka der ra s”m 9 ser g” ka der ra ¼” 10 ser g” ka der ra ¥a 36 2 Asian Highlands Perspectives.

Offering bsang satiated and pleased them. Strips of silk and satin known as snyan dar 'victory banners', were hung on presents inside the shrine. The Mag pa shrine was built on a platform in the courtyard center. Mag pa's statue was in the shrine center. Offerings made by Ru gong ma were placed on the right side and offerings made by Ru zhol ma were placed on the left side. The two groups competed to give the most offerings in testimony to their devotion to Mag pa. In front of Mag pa's statue, men also offered mchod me 'butter lamps', which stayed lit throughout the night.

5 How much did it bleed? A: One big clay-pot-full, 7 B: How much pus did it emit? 8 A: One small clay-pot-full. 9 B: Where are the blood and pus? 10 A: In the big clay-pot and the small clay-pot. 11 B: Where are the big and small clay-pots? 31 13 B: Where is the hob kung? 14 A: The hob kung has been shrouded with hay. 15 B: Where is the hay? 16 A: The mdzo mo ate it. 17 B: Where is the mdzo mo? 18 A: A wolf ate the mdzo mo. 19 B: Where is the wolf? 20 A: ... , Why does the sky stay high without anything that lifts it?

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