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[TRS 105-4]; the 5 vital organs - heart, liver, kidney, spleen, lungs; the five [sense] objects, [[gzugs]], [[sgra]], [[dri]], [[ro]], [[reg bya]], the five solid organs, the five viscera [RY]
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1) the five (sense objects; 2) the five solid? essential internal organs/ viscera [IW]
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5 functionaries of human body ([[snying]], [[glo]], [[mchin pa]], [[mcher ba]], [[mkhal ma]]), five visceral organs of the human body [JV]
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1) the five (sense) objects [[gzugs]], [[sgra]], [[dri]], [[ro]], [[reg bya]]; 2) the five solid organs/ viscera [heart, lungs, kidneys, liver, stomach] [IW]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 01:57, 17 September 2006

[TRS 105-4]; the 5 vital organs - heart, liver, kidney, spleen, lungs; the five [sense] objects, gzugs, sgra, dri, ro, reg bya, the five solid organs, the five viscera [RY]

1) the five (sense objects; 2) the five solid? essential internal organs/ viscera [IW]

5 functionaries of human body (snying, glo, mchin pa, mcher ba, mkhal ma), five visceral organs of the human body [JV]

1) the five (sense) objects gzugs, sgra, dri, ro, reg bya; 2) the five solid organs/ viscera [heart, lungs, kidneys, liver, stomach] [IW]