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- noun An ethnic group living in
- noun The language of the ethnic group, belonging to the
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However, about ten miles distant stood a small village called Daur, which the Turks held in considerable force.
Large swarms of fish appear in the form of dark clouds in the nearby Al-Hasis Gulf in the early morning hours and specially trained fishermen place special nets called Daur to drive the fish toward the shore.
Before 1949, the Daur people made a living by hunting and gathering, were often abused and exploited by the Mongols, and never shared a common ethnic awareness.
The Daur welcomed the decision and thought highly of the CCP because they had never been treated so well before.
However, the identification project investigation team reconstructed their history in light of Marxist ideology and decided that the Daur qualified to be a minzu.
It was during this identification process that a common identity was formed among the Daur people.
Naya Daur: A classic Indian drama released in 1957 starring Dilip Kumar, the film will be screened at IFFLA in color.
I ran into five or six small groups of ambulances filled with wounded, trying to find their way to Daur, and completely lost.
The enemy seemed in no way inclined to evacuate Tekrit, so in accordance with instructions we returned to our previous night's encampment at Daur.
It was at length decided to advance on the Turkish forces at Daur.
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