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The Eight Principles are one of the basic ways Chinese medicine has to diagnose. It uses the following eight divisions of symptoms:

 * Yin or Yang (yin-yang 陰陽) * Superficial or internal (li-biao 表裡) * Cold or hot (han-re 寒熱) * Deficient or Replete (xu-shi 虛實) 

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8 (number) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1220 words)
In binary code eight is 1000; in ternary code eight is 22; in quaternary numeral system code eight is 20; in quinary eight is 13; in senary eight is 12; in septenary eight is 11; in octal eight is 10; in novenary code and all codes above (such as decimal and hexadecimal) eight is 8.
Eight is not safe to be said by wizards on the Discworld and is the number of Bel-Shamharoth.
Eight is the number of categories the VALS system uses to classify consumer groups, and the number of categories used by Fallon-McElligott's system for teen marketing.
Eight Principles of Yong - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (360 words)
The Eight Principles are influenced by the earlier Seven Powers by Lady Wei Shuo.
The Praise to the Eight Principles of "Yong" (永字八法頌) by Liu Zongyuan (柳宗元) of the Tang Dynasty.
Explanations to the Eight Principles of "Yong" (永字八法解) by Li Puguang (李溥光) of the Yuan Dynasty.
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