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chi
The town of Chicago
Kanye West is from the Chi
by Mitchell Dennington February 28, 2004
Stephen Fry, born August 24 1957, is a marvellously talented actor, writer and everything else, and general National Treasure. He is vastly knowledgeable and interesting, often spouting facts and quotes. He's appeared in such television programmes as QI, Blackadder, A Bit of Fry & Laurie, and Jeeves and Wooster. He is known for collaborating with his best friend and generally good chap Hugh Laurie, perhaps more widely-known as House M.D., in the latter three programmes. He is a published author and has a published autobiography entitled "Moab is My Washpot", and has also directed.
All-over good egg, loved by many Stephen Fry is quite a man. He's really tall too.
"Stephen Fry! What Ho!"
"Hello! Did you know that Hello was a word invented by Thomas Edison?"
"By jove Stephen, no I didn't! You are one handsomly intelligent creature!"
"Why thankyou Fred."
by Jop mcFopp August 24, 2007
Qigong (Qi-Gong, Chi Kung), literally "Skill in working with Qi", is an exercise founded in China that emphasizes slow, rhythmic movements, diaphragmatic (deep) breathing, proper body mechanics and flow of internal energy (Qi, Chi) to strengthen the body.

Qigong has many "schools" or styles of practice, among them being martial, medical and spiritual, therefore it can be a mental and spiritual exercise as well as a physical one. Based upon Taoist philosophical principles of relaxation, meditation and balance, its benefits can be enjoyed by everyone from children to senior citizens.

Characterized by slow, flowing movements, the Qigong practitioner focuses upon their body and mind, creating a type of moving meditation. A sister practice, Tai Chi (Taiji, Taijiquan, T'ai Chi Ch'uan), offers a martial art that uses Qi for effective, effortless self-defense.

The practice of Qigong helps you develop a better understanding of how your body and mind can work together.
by Sifu Philip Bonifonte May 29, 2007
Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art. Its full name is Tai Chi Chuan, a Chinese phrase which can be translated as approximately meaning supreme ultimate fist. Tai Chi is a relatively new martial art, with its concrete origins sometime around 1820, although it likely existed for some time before that. It is what is known as a soft style of martial combat, putting an emphasis on relaxed muscle positions and the use of an opponent’s momentum, as contrasted with the hard styles, which emphasize muscles in a high-state of readiness, and meeting an opponent’s force with one’s own force. In addition to the martial aspects of Tai Chi, there is a great deal of stress placed on the concepts of meditative calm, and overall physical health. Indeed, for many people living in the modern world, Tai Chi is not thought of as a martial art, but rather as a system of movement and breathing meant to be therapeutic. In much the same way that yoga in the West has become divorced from its original intent, so too has Tai Chi become something quite different. In many ways, Tai Chi is a very Taoist tradition. It teaches such things as learning to move with the world – both in a literal, physical sense in terms of martial self-defense, and in a more abstract, meditative sense. Indeed, the core of Tai Chi could be described as simply learning to react appropriately to whatever is offered.
This is one reason why many in the modern world find it so valuable as a discipline. Practitioners of Tai Chi usually find that within a relatively short period of time, they are better equipped to handle stressful situations, and find themselves less prone to being caught off balance either physically or mentally. In order to cultivate this state of mind, Tai Chi practitioners focus on two main types of formal training. In the first, the student learns a number of movement poses that they undertake on their own. These poses work on steady, healthy breathing, supple posture, and a smooth movement of the body’s joints. In the second, the student works with another practitioner to understand how these forms interact with another person’s movement. These pushing hands poses help teach a sensitivity, as well as helping to improve the solo poses through a more rigorous exercise. In addition to these poses, which one often sees Western practitioners doing in isolation in public parks, or in group classes, Tai Chi also makes use of more traditional martial art techniques. Sparring takes place between two practitioners, and is similar to sparring in many other widely-known martial art forms. Tai Chi practitioners may also make use of various weapons, including the spear or staff (chang or chiang), the broadsword or sabre (tao or dao), the straight sword (chien or jien). Other weapons like the chain or fan can be used as well.
by Fighting Styles January 02, 2011
Commonly used by some ignorant people as a catch-all term for all Asian Americans and Asian imigrants.
Person # 1: Dude, look at that Chinese girl over there, hot isn't she?

Person # 2: Hey, man, her names Mary, her parents are Korean, and I've known her since middle school!
by Alan May 08, 2004
fry
Red-headed, low-life individual who felt like his life was coming to an end with his dead-end pizza-delivering job and girl in which broke up with him. Accidently became cryogenically frozen approximately 3 seconds after the start of the year 2000. He tilted his chair and fell into a cryogenically-freezing-pod. He remained frozen for 1000 years and was reborn into the New Year's Eve of 2999.
Likes anchovies, Leela and Slurm.

See Leela, Bender, Zoidberg, Farnsworth, Amy Wong, Zap Brannigan, Kif.
"Space... it seems to go on forever. Then a giant gorilla starts throwing barrells at you. And that's how you play the game."
by B-Drac September 21, 2003
to wrap your hand around a guys cock and vigoriously move up and down until the male begins to cum
I gave my boyfriend a handy and then had to wash my hands because there was cum on them.
by ; ) May 01, 2003
ki
kilogram of cocaine or crack
watch the movie scarface they say it throughout the whole movie
by paul August 31, 2004