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Synonyms for Qin

the Chinese dynasty (from 246 BC to 206 BC) that established the first centralized imperial government and built much of the Great Wall

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The Wei yu deng zhuang case records attest to a vibrant monetary economy in the state of Qin on the eve of imperial unification.
Due to his loneliness, Qin went to a matchmaking agency just this March to look for a new wife.
When Qin said that he was simply testing the internal security of the system, the Huaxia bank accepted his explanation and asked the court to pardon him.
Deputy Director of SMRA Qin Yizhi stated that the proposals will be reviewed for inclusion in the action plan and respond in the nearest future, and the certain proposals will be conveyed to relevant authorities.
According to the indictment, prosecutors cited Qin's writings on democracy as evidence, including a passage where he called on China's youth to fight for human rights protections according to United Nations treaties (six of which China has ratified).
For the first topic, the editors offer ten functions of the extant Qin and Han statutes and ordinances, which were to "serve as both the idealized blueprints for the construction of the engine of the state and the instruction manual for officials to operate its intricate and interrelated mechanisms" (p.
Correspondence should be addressed to Qin Ni; niqfs@nuaa.edu.cn
Qin's link to Lin was revealed recently following the filing in court of the FBI's 2015 interview of Ng Lap Seng, a Macau billionaire accused of participating in a U.N.
This study (the result of a four-year research project conducted at the University of Hamburg) examines manuscripts from the Yuelu Academy Manuscript Collection, focusing on the Wei yu deng Zhuang manuscripts, a collection of 15 criminal cases from the pre-imperial Qin period.
Starting in Wuxi, Michael joins the Qin family reunion, when 300 relatives gather to worship their ancestors on Tomb Sweeping Day.
"The new canal will save both time and money," Qin Haipin, liner manager of China Shipping Container Lines (CSCL) in Egypt, quoted as saying last week.
The remains, nine sections with a total length of more than 10 km, are believed to be part of the Great Wall built during the Qin Dynasty (221 BC-206 BC), according to Zhou Xinghua, former curator of the Museum of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region and a Great Wall expert.
Wall as director, CEO and president in conjunction with the acquisition of UK-based Qin Media Ltd., the company said on Monday.
Thus, the tribe Empoascini now comprises 81 previously described genera, 64 of which are known in the Oriental Region and 34 genera have been reported in China (Lu & Qin 2014a, b; Liu et al.
CAST Lu Zhong, Shi Liu, Feng Yuanzheng, Qin Hao, Amanda Qin, Han Yibo