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  • International Encyclopædia Great Wall of China 2033756The New International Encyclopædia — Great Wall of China GREAT WALL OF CHINA. See Chinese Wall.
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  • The New International Encyclopædia Great Valley 2033755The New International Encyclopædia — Great Valley GREAT VALLEY. The valley between the Blue
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  • OF. greves, from greve, shin ) . Pieces of armor used as a defense for the legs, originally made of leather, quilted linen, etc., and afterwards of steel
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  • Americana China, Great Wall of 1614306The Encyclopedia Americana — China, Great Wall of CHINA, Great Wall of, the White Wall, the Wall of 10,000 Li
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  • International Encyclopædia Chinese Wall 1612867The New International Encyclopædia — Chinese Wall CHINESE WALL. A wall once 1250 miles long, extending
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  • (1914) Chinese Wall, The 81124The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Chinese Wall, The Chinese Wall, The. The construction of this great feature
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  • linguistic fame that it was commonly said of him that he might pass to the Great Wall of China without the services of an interpreter. [Memoir by Rev. J. Parsons;
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  • "Description of a Struggle" "A Dream" "Eleven Sons" "Excursion into the Mountains" "Fellowship" "First Sorrow" "A Fratricide" "Give It Up!" "The Great Wall of China"
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Shanhai-Kwan (category EB1911:Cities:Asia:China)
    east of the province of Chih-li, China. Pop. about 30,000. It is situated at the point where the range of hills carrying the Great Wall of China dips
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  • the solitudes of northern Tibet, Volume II  (1876)  by Nikolay Przhevalsky 1634458Mongolia, the Tangut country, and the solitudes of northern Tibet
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Chang Chun, Kiu (category EB1911:People:Individuals:Asia:China)
    drawn of nature and man between the Great Wall of China and Kabul, between the Aral and the Yellow Sea: we may particularly notice the sketches of the Mongols
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  • from the north at this prosperous city in the south of China. But the wall, despite its appearance of solidity and strength, did not keep the Manchus from
    383 bytes (769 words) - 12:51, 11 May 2016
  • Salt Lake Great Seal Great Slave Lake Great Slave River Great Stone Face, The Great Tom Great Unwashed, The Great Valley Great Wall of China Greaves Greaves
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  • periodic overflow of the rivers of Chi-li, was satisfied. Fr. D. Parennin then induced him to consent to a map of the Great Wall of China. Frs. Bouvet, Régis
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  • ready for his reception. On the 7th of October, 1834, the poor bishop arrived at the famous great wall of China, and passed through the gate through
    451 bytes (1,445 words) - 13:25, 11 April 2016
  • this progress for the benefit of China, the United States and the world. For even as we admire the Great Wall of China, we must work to ensure that fewer
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  • goods from near and far Hang for sale in the bazaar;— Where the Great Wall round China goes, And on one side the desert blows, And with bell and voice
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  • the Chinese, found its way across Asia from the west, through Persia and northern India, to China. The great wall of China was constructed partly of brick
    353 bytes (6,515 words) - 16:00, 29 April 2016
  • and time charts of that Outline in detail, who wishes to refresh and repair his faded or fragmentary conceptions of the great adventure of mankind. It is
    737 bytes (242 words) - 11:05, 7 August 2014
  • division of the Chinese Empire and the cradle of the present [1910] imperial dynasty. It lies to the north-east of the Eighteen Provinces of China, and extends
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