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Definition of the noun Shamen
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- [hypercorrect] [plural of, shaman, dot=;] the standard plural form is [term, shamans, lang=en].
Shamen a.k.a. The Shamen were a Scottish psychedelic-influenced electronic dance music band from Aberdeen, Scotland. The founding members are Colin Angus, Derek McKenzie and Keith McKenzie. Peter Stephenson joined shortly after to take over on keyboards from Angus. Several other people were later in the band. Angus then teamed up with Will Sinnott, and together they found credibility as pioneers of rock/dance crossover. When Mr. C joined, the band moved on to international commercial success with "Ebeneezer Goode" and their 1992 Boss Drum album.
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The Emergence of Daoism (2012)
Creation of Tradition by Gil Raz
Shamen is a transcription of ...
Old Society, New Belief (2017)
Religious Transformation of China and Rome, Ca. 1st-6th Centuries by Mu-Chou Poo, Lisa Raphals, H. A. Drake
Shamen is a transcription of Sramana and is among the earliest attested terms used in China to refer to Buddhists. 33. For example, in Anpan shouyi jing of ££ T . 602 [Sutra on Mindfulness of Counting Breaths (Anāpānasmrti)], translated by An ...
Mapping Meanings (2004)
The Field of New Learning in Late Qing China ; [International Conference "Translating Western Knowledge Into Late Imperial China", 1999, Göttingen University] by Michael Lackner, Ph.D., Natascha Vittinghoff
Shamen is a loanword from Tocharian B simane, and not, as often stated, from Sanskrit sramana. 33 Ap. Li ...
by Graham Harvey, Robert J. Wallis
SHAMEN, THE. British psychedelic-influenced electronic music group popular with dance/rave culture in the United Kingdom during the early to mid-1990s. The album Boss Drum, released in 1992, features a spoken-word collaboration with ...
Middle English Dictionary (1988)
by Robert E. Lewis
sheme ~« shame; shamen. shemelas -• shameles. shemeliche •-• shameli adv. shemeling -• shimering(e. shemeren -• shimeren. shemese -• shame. shemien -• shamen. shemship ...
by Victor Cunrui Xiong
SHAMEN }};"j. See SRAMANA. SHAMI "P# [šrāmanera). Budd. A man ordained to ...
Encyclopedia of Life Writing (2013)
Autobiographical and Biographical Forms by Margaretta Jolly
Stevens, Killing the Shamen, Moonbeam, ...
Social, Cultural, and Historical Perspectives by Scott C. Martin
Because wine, taken in sufficient quantities, could alter one's perceptions, shamen thought that wine brought one closer to the gods. Despite the importance of wine, as late as the 3rd millennium B.C.E., the Sumerians derived alcohol chiefly ...
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Scrabble value of S1H4A1M3E1N1
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