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  • noun Plural form of chieftainship.


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  • It demonstrated that native chieftainships in the Qing were largely assigned with the rank of county-level and below (zhixian, or magistrate of county, ranked 7a), since the number of native chieftains with rank 7 constituted more than one-third of all ranked native chieftains in the Qing Yunnan.

    Between Winds and Clouds: The Making of Yunnan (Second Century BCE to Twentieth Century CE)

  • It is worth noting that in ancient China-Cambodia-Thailand there was a Moeng Kindom and chieftainships and some of the names of the princes were Kham.

    Moeng College 60th Anniversary

  • In mainland Southeast Asia large-scale Mon and Burmese states contended for resources alongside smaller confederations of Tai chieftainships, see for example:

    Great structures?

  • The department contended then that the report contained advice and recommendations to help the department formulate a policy on the issue of disputed claims to chieftainships.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • About 1450, extensive warfare destroyed the predominance of Mayapán and the Quiché, and small chieftainships emerged as the main political units for the Mayas.

    G. The Americas, 1000-1525

  • The smaller atolls in the Carolines, for example, were basically egalitarian in character, while high islands such as Pohnpei and the Marshall Islands had a highly developed system of chieftainships.

    F. The Pacific Region, 1513-1798

  • He accused the Eastern Cape legislature of being misled by SANCO and individuals opposed to chieftainships.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Monarchy with the institutions of chieftainships elsewhere.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The rally is a celebration of the restoration of peace in two chieftainships on the lower South Coast, and is being organised under the auspices of Port Shepstone's Local Dispute Resolution

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • As a fact, there is no evidence whatever that the old Irish Pentarchy was much better than any five chieftainships of the

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 103, May, 1866


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