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Synonyms for MAO

an enzyme that catalyzes the oxidation of many body compounds (e

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Chinese communist leader (1893-1976)

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After Mao appeased Wu Chengfu and some hundred surrendered men on Shicheng Island, he returned to station at Gimmglu Island.
At the same time Mao has emerged as a rallying point for those discontented with the stark inequality and widespread corruption that have accompanied China's market-led boom.
But Houlden says China's growing global stature means Mao will remain a key figure of the 20th century, as well as a longstanding figure of importance within China.
In Part 1, Timothy Cheek's introductory chapter lays out the major themes and the book's purpose: to give the general reader "an opportunity to make sense of Mao and his role in modern Chinese history and the 'socialist moment' in twentieth-century world history, as well as his continuing significance both in China and beyond" (p.
The MAO oxidation experiments were carried out at a final voltage of 450 V for 15 min.
But," they emphasized, "The Great Chairman Mao did not do those bad things.
Such markets promise tremendous business potential, said Mao.
Inevitably, Mao looked to his roots, the Chinese peasants for support; and they loved him for it.
Mao maintained he had not been responsible for the burns suffered by Mrs Lam and claimed she had done it herself out of shame.
The main theme for the event was, "Then and Now" where pictures of Mao Nagas were put up.
Mao, however, found Stalin suspicious of a Communist potential rival, and Mao resented Russian pretensions to dominance.
Ce livre de Rebecca Karl, specialiste de l'histoire de la Chine a l'universite de New York, est une biographie de Mao Zedong qui a le merite de restituer au personnage route sa dimension historique et ideologique.
Mao clearly feared China was backsliding towards capitalism and it had to be stopped.
It was the party line to say Mao was 70 per cent right.
Except that it was a different kind of religion--a political religion, the religion of Chairman Mao Zedong who, for three decades, was Chinas dictator and the head of the ruling communist party.