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Synonyms for Manchu

a member of the Manchu speaking people of Mongolian race of Manchuria

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the last imperial dynasty of China (from 1644 to 1912) which was overthrown by revolutionaries

the Tungusic language spoken by the Manchu

References in periodicals archive ?
Pio Manzu acts as a link between the world of research and practical socio-political decision-makers, providing a forum for productive exchange of views and expertise.
Kai-wing Chow, "Narrating Nation, Race, and National Culture: Imagining The Manzu Identity in Modern China," in Constructing Nationhood in Modern East Asia, Kai-Wing Chow, Kevin M.
1990); Kohen, Place of the Dead, 145-6; Belo, "Penetrating the Darkness of Hatred," speech delivered to Pio Manzu International Research Center, Remini, Italy, 29 October 2000.
During the Qing dynasty, they were enrolled in the army of Manzu, protecting the northeast frontier from the Russians and the Japanese.
Letizia Manjani, spokeswoman of the Pio Manzu Centre in Rimini.
Angelina, 32, put the UNlinked Pio Manzu Centre, where she was due to speak on the future of humankind, under a gagging order.
He would tell the young Manzu that "this man complicates things whereas religion is simple.
Writers appearing at the library included M Y Alam, Chaz Benchley, Maureen Carter, Brendan Cleary, Manzu Islam, Pete Kalu, Tariq Mehmood, Clare Morrall, Tom Palmer and Jackie Wills.
Han sido los Henry Moore, Jacob Epstein, Manzu, o Alfred Manessier; o, en el ambito espanol, los Jorge de Oteiza, Pablo Serrano, Jose Luis Sanchez, Amadeo Gabino, Cumellas, Paco Farreras, Joaquin Vaquero, Jose Luis Molezun, Jose Maria Labra, Villasenor, Feito, Vela, Venancio Blanco --la lista deberia ser mucho mas larga-- los que han conformado las tendencias de la mejor iconografia catolica de la segunda mitad del siglo XX.
This historical sketch of early Manchu history is based on Manzu jianshi bianxiezu 1979.