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After twelve years of such efforts, seeking new conquests for religion, he sacrificed his life on the desert island of San Chan.
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Since writing the above, my attention has been called to the alleged miraculous preservation of Xavier's body claimed in sundry letters contemporary with its disinterment at San Chan and reinterment at Goa.
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Some centuries later the Emperor Chan received tribute in linens and silken stuffs.
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The author was born near Chan Ɔenote, Yucatan, in 1837, and was appointed _Juez de Letras_ at Izamal in 1864.
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Four score years and ten years, and it was the tenth year of the eighth ahau that it was depopulated by Ah Zinteyut Chan, with Tzuntecum, and Taxcal, and Pantemit, Xuchueuet and Ytzcuat and Kakaltecat: these were the names of the seven men of Mayapan 90. 10.
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The name of the first leader, Holon Chan Tepeuh, does not recur in the Annals.
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The name we are considering should probably be rendered "Holon Chan, the ruler.
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The name Chanputun, Champoton, or, reversed, Potonchan, is derived by Gomara from the Nahuatl _potonia_, to smell badly, and _chan_, house (in composition).
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Chichen Itza, on account of the plot of Hunac Ceel; Ahzinteyut Chan, Tzumtecum, Taxal, Pantemit, Xuchueuet, Itzcoat, Kakalcat, these were the names of the seven men; on account of the banquet with Ulil, ruler of Itzmal; there were thirteen divisions of warriors when they were driven out by Hunac Ceel, in order that they might know what was to be given.
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The fifth ahau; the town was destroyed by Kinich kakmo, ruler of Itzmal, and Pop Hol Chan on account of Hunnac Ceel.
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Morton Agnew, Gil Cowles, Mat Mullen, Lib Benson, Newt Billings, Chan Webb, and more of the same sort, a number of them now Merriwell's pretended friends, but all at heart his enemies.
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Tsze-chang proceeded, 'When the officer Ch'ui killed the prince of Ch'i, Ch'an Wan, though he was the owner of forty horses, abandoned them and left the country.
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When the Master was in Ch'an, he said, 'Let me return!
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Chan Ch'ang murdered the Duke Chien of Ch'i.
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Confucius bathed, went to court, and informed the duke Ai, saying, 'Chan Hang has slain his sovereign.
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When he was in Chan, their provisions were exhausted, and his followers became so ill that they were unable to rise.
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Ch'an Tsze-ch'in, addressing Tsze-kung, said, 'You are too modest.
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Examples of Chan

Example #1
During his career as a missionary he wrote great numbers of letters, which were preserved and have since been published; and these, with the letters of his contemporaries, exhibit clearly all the features of his life.
Example #2
Among the various tribes, first in lower India and afterward in Japan, he wrought untiringly-toiling through village after village, collecting the natives by the sound of a hand-bell, trying to teach them the simplest Christian formulas; and thus he brought myriads of them to a nominal Confession of the Christian faith.
Example #3
Absence of miraculous accounts in his writings and those of his contemporaries Direct evidence that Xavier wrought no miracles Growth of legends of miracles as shown in the early biographies of him As shown in the canonization proceedings Naturalness of these legends III.
Example #4
THE MEDIAEVAL MIRACLES OF HEALING CHECK MEDICAL SCIENCE.
Example #5
In the second century A.D., a prince of Khotan,[238] Kiu-sa-tan-na, was desirous of obtaining from China the eggs of the silkworm, but his request was refused; and it was prohibited that either eggs of the silkworm or seed of mulberry-trees should cross the border.
Example #6
Auberville says there is a legend that the Empress Si-ling-chi[235] (2600 B.C.) had the happy inspiration to invent the unwinding of the cocoon before the insect cut the threads; and for this discovery she was placed among the divinities.