Definition of Shen-pao

1. Noun. A member of the Taoist Trinity; identified with Lao-tse.

Exact synonyms: Spiritual Jewel
Generic synonyms: Chinese Deity
Group relationships: Taoist Trinity



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shen-pao

Shell
Shelley
Shelleyan
Shelly
Shelta
Sheltie
Shelties
Shelton Jackson Lee
Shem
Shema
Shemaiah
Shemin cycle
Shemite
Shemites
Shemitic
Shen-pao
Shenandoah National Park
Shenandoah Valley
Shenstonian
Shenton's line
Shenyang
Shenzhen
Sheol
Shepard
Shepard scale
Shepard tone
Shepherd's fracture
Sheraton
Sheremetyevo
Sheri

Literary usage of Shen-pao

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1. The Revenue and Taxation of the Chinese Empire by Joseph Edkins, China Hai kuan tsung shui wu ssu shu (1903)
"In the shen-pao of January 12th, 1899, it is stated that in ... The shen-pao of May 6th, 1899, mentions that at Kiu- kiang a ..."

2. Chinese Currency by Joseph Edkins (1901)
"In the shen-pao of October, 1898, a letter from Peking states that silver was ... In the shen-pao of March 30th, 1899, at Tientsin a dollar changed for 768 ..."

3. The Anti-foreign Riots in China in 1891: With an Appendix by North China Herald (1892)
"On this point the documents prepared by Shen Pao-cheng, with a view to bring anti-Christian riots to an end, may be appealed to. In 1862 there was trouble ..."

4. The Life of Sir Halliday Macartney, K. C. M. G.: Commander of Li Hung Chang by Demetrius Charles de Kavanagh Boulger, James Crichton-Browne (1908)
"Chen-quo-jai is, therefore, a free man again, which is rather surprising, because when Shen pao chen determined on rehearing the case, it was generally ..."

5. Li Hung-chang by John Otway Percy Bland (1917)
"... Tso Tsung-tang, and Shen Pao-chen, the founders of the Chinese navy, " so that naval officers and men might pay homage to the spirit of these statesmen. ..."

6. Li Hung-chang by John Otway Percy Bland (1917)
"... by the Ministry of the Navy, asking that a special temple should be erected in Peking to the memory of Li Hung-chang, Tso Tsung-tang, and Shen Pao-chen, ..."

7. Li Hung-Chang by John Otway Percy Bland (1917)
"... Tso Tsung-tang, and Shen Pao-chen, the founders of the Chinese navy, " so that naval officers and men might pay homage to the spirit of these statesmen. ..."

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