manchu in A Sentence

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    Manchu Dynasty ruled China from the period 1644 to 1912.

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    Manchu invasion.

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    Turkish Mongolian Manchu.

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    Manchu Uyghurs.

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    The Zhuang Manchu Uyghurs.

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    Manchu Dynasty.

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    Beginning in the 1870s, Japan began to force Korea out of the Manchu Qing Dynasty's sphere of the traditional influence into its own.

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    Chinese and Manchu women's informal robes were often lavishly ornamented with auspicious and symbolic imagery, and among the most popular motifs were naturalistic depictions of seasonal flowers.

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    Beginning in the 1870s, Japan began to force Korea out of the Manchu Qing Dynasty's traditional sphere of influence into its own.

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    Fu Manchu: moustache where the ends are styled downwards, sometimes even beyond the bottom of the chin.

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    The Manchu army which entered Tibet in 1792 became more harmful to the Tibetans and they again tried to increase the power of the Manchu Resident.

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    Subsequently, no Chinese records from the Tang dynasty until the Manchu dynasty refer to Tibet as part of China.

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    If China's claim on Tibet is based on the Manchu's relationship with the Tibetans, then Mongols have a better reason to make claim over Tibet.

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    Dry crushed Aralia Manchu root- 20 g- pour a glass of boiling water, cook in a closed container for 30 minutes over low heat.

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    Eager to benefit from these riches, and hoping to escape famine and poverty during Manchu rule, Chinese merchants and entrepreneurs flocked to Melaka.

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    The historian Waley-Cohen calls Chengde"a crucial location for the exhibition of Manchu power and the representation of Qing imperial knowledge," being the location of the summer capital.

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    Of these, Japanese is most widely believed to be connected to the Ural-Altaic family, which includes Turkish, Mongolian, Manchu, and Korean within its domain.

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    Other ethnic groups in China include the related Hui people or"Chinese Muslims", the Zhuang, Manchu, Uyghurs and Miao, who make up the five largest ethnic minorities in mainland China with populations exceeding 10 million.

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    Of these, Japanese is most widely believed to be connected to the Ural-Altaic family of languages, which includes Turkish, Mongolian, Manchu, and Korean within its domain.

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    A Manchu prince, Zaiyi, and a Chinese general Dong Fuxiang who led 10,000 Muslim Kansu Braves attacked foreigners and defeated them at the Battle of Langfang during the rebellion.

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    Widely known as Chinese Revolution(1911- 12), the nationalist democratic revolt that overthrew the Qing(or Manchu) dynasty in 1912 and created a republic.

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    The Thirteenth Dalai Lama assumed temporal power in 1895, but was compelled to flee to Mongolia and China in 1904, due to the invasion of British forces, and to India in 1910, when the Manchu China invaded.

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    Chinese Revolution,(1911-12), nationalist democratic revolt that overthrew the Qing(or Manchu) dynasty in 1912 and created a republic.

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    Zhidar was unpopular for his corvee tax(he sought to rebuild a major dzong in one year, an unreasonable goal), as well as for his overtures to the Manchu Emperors which threatened Bhutanese independence.

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    In 1644, northern Manchu clans overthrew the Ming to establish the Qing dynasty, incorporating Mongolia as well, Thus, for the second time, China was ruled by the very people the wall had tried to keep out.

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    Harbin(Manchu: Harbin; Chinese: 哈尔滨 Hā'ěrbīn) is the capital of Heilongjiang province, and largest city in the northeastern region of the People's Republic of China.

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    The need to address the issue of British trade deficit caused by the Manchu Emperor Kangxi who proclaimed that“China was the center of the world, possessing everything they could ever want or need and banned foreign products from being sold in China!”!

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    Mitsuru Sakitani suggests that Haplogroup O1b1, which is common in Austroasiatic people and some other ethnic groups in southern China, and haplogroup O1b2, which is common in today Japanese, Koreans and some Manchu, are the carriers of Yangtze civilization( Baiyue).

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    The Bible in Manchu.

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    Various Manchu clans also simplified their surnames to Kong.

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