The BMT Nassau Street Line is a rapid transit line of the B Division of the New York City Subway system. It is served by the J, M, and Z trains which are colored brown on maps and signage. The line starts in Manhattan and emerges to cross the Williamsburg Bridge and becomes the BMT Jamaica Line in Brooklyn. The line is served at all times by the J train, although on weekends, the two southernmost stations are closed.
Kaspi is a district in Georgia's Shida Kartli region. Given a District status within Transcaucasian SFSR in 1930. District center is Kaspi. The district occupies Shida Kartli plain, stretching on the both sides of Kura river - bordering southern parts of Greater Caucasus to the North and Trialeti Range to the South. Bigger rivers crossing the District are Kura and Ksani. District population is 52,000, population density is 61 per km². There are 73 villages and 1 town in the District.
Fujiwara Seika (藤原 惺窩, 1561 - 1619) was a Japanese philosopher, a leading neo-Confucian of the early Tokugawa Period and a teacher of Tokugawa Ieyasu. Like Hayashi Razan (1583-1657), he had studied in Zen monasteries. The reason was that Zen monks had been the only teachers of neo-Confucianism until that time in Japan, and some of them were Chinese.
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