from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A Chinese dynasty (traditionally dated 1122-221 B.C.) characterized by great intellectual achievements, including the rise of Confucianism and Taoism and the writing of the oldest known Chinese literature.
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- proper n. A former dynasty in China, reigning from the end of the Shang to the beginning of the Qin
- proper n. A former kingdom or empire in China, occupying the lands around the Yellow River
- proper n. The era of Chinese history during which the dynasty reigned, including the Spring and Autumn and the Warring States periods
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- n. the imperial dynasty of China from 1122 to 221 BC; notable for the rise of Confucianism and Taoism
Doctors at Elmhurst Hospital in Elmhurst, Queens were seeking to determine if Xiao Q. Cai, 53, was fit to appear in court on a murder charge after she apparently attempted to commit suicide late Tuesday, moments after she is accused of throwing Jerry Zhou from the terrace of a Flushing apartment she shared with the boy's parents, officials said.
For the time being Zhou is content to abide by these regulations and continue manufacturing in China.
Three branches from Yunnan leading to Yongzhou through Guizhou (northern, southern, and middle), were all detailed in Zhou Qufei's Lingwai Daida of the thirteenth century. 124 The northern route started from Dali through Shanshan (Kunming), ran through Luodian State (Anshun, Guizhou), and reached the Hengshanzhai Market.
After a morning spent poking bitter melons and learning the Chinese for "wilted," pupil Yuling Wu takes a break to sip tea in Zhou's tiny courtyard.
Perhaps my favorite image of Zhou is from footage of Richard Nixon’s visit to China in 1972.
According to Min Zhou, professor of sociology and Asian-American studies at UCLA, it isn’t "hard to teach a community to do more."
In a book, Mao's doctor Li Zhisui called Zhou "obsequious [to Mao], sometimes embarrassingly so."
Years later Deng was to call Zhou “my elder brother,” and Zhou, as a good older brother, would shield Deng from the worst excesses of the Cultural Revolution of the 1960s.
Investigators said the woman from Zhengzhou, identified as Zhou, threw the TV Wednesday, marking the fourth time she has thrown objects out of her window to damage cars below, the Zhengzhou Evening News reported Wednesday.
A receptionist who answered the phone at the center, and who refused to give more than her surname Zhou, said all the pandas at the center were healthy, but staff members were taking extra precautions.