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Comment Re:Bad definition (Score 1) 219

To be specific, the Chinese calendar throws in leap ("intercalary") months to stay synchronized with the solar calendar whenever a lunar month does not contain a "major solar term" (there are 12 of these, spaced evenly throughout the solar year). This makes it a "lunisolar" calendar.

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