101 examples of mongolians in sentences

[Illustration: 'O'] Of all human races, next to the monkies, the Mongolians are the most imitative.

Think of the gentle Buddhistic Burmese, the active, social Malays, the hard-featured, hard-lived Thibetans and Mongolians.

At the beginning of the fifth century an enormous horde of yellow Mongolians, known as Huns, poured down into Europe with avowed intent to burn and destroy all the good work which Rome had wrought in the world; and terrible was the havoc they effected in the course of fifty years.

These Aryan conquerors drove before them the aboriginal inhabitants, who were chiefly Mongolians, or reduced them to a degrading vassalage.

According to Schmidt's History of the Eastern Mongolians the cardinal vices in the Buddhist scheme are four: Lust, Indolence, Anger, and Avarice.

Another theory is, that on the occasion of one of the numerous expulsions or emigrations from China, a band of Mongolians turned northward and came into America by crossing the Behring Strait.

The Mongolians, however, seem to thrive under conditions which are fatal to civilized humanity.

Bolshevism in the Far East at this date was an attempt to reduce to a system the operations of the Chinese robber bands of the Mongolian border.

These are herded by quaintly dressed Mongolian Tartars, on wonderful shaggy-haired horses, who ride at a furious pace around their flocks and guard them from attack by the wolves which infest this part of the world.

The same applies with greater force to the banditti or beasts of the desert; hence the gloomy history and legends of the Mongolian sands.

There was not much interest in the remainder of the Manchurian and Mongolian part of the journey until we arrived at Manchulli.

This force had worked its way along the Mongolian frontier, and was now feeling its way towards the line to destroy the bridge which carries the railway over the River Ocka at a point about three versts from Zema.

At Harbin I heard a full explanation of the reason for the Mongolians approaching Semianoff to become their emperor.

He speaks Mongolian perfectly, and the Mongolians claim him for their own.

In the ancient Oriental lands, and generally among the early Mongolians, the dog remained savage and neglected for centuries, prowling in packs, gaunt and wolf-like, as it prowls to-day through the streets and under the walls of every Eastern city.

It is defaced by several marks and slight injuries, which are ascribed to the Mongolians, who, when they conquered Delhi, attempted in their destructive rage to pull down these columns; but they stood too firmly, and all their exertions were insufficient to destroy any of the inscriptions on them.

{177} Many of the more recent Indian towns were built by the Mongolians, or were so much altered by them that they altogether lost their original character.

India was conquered by the Mongolians as early as the tenth century.

The Mongolian tribal federation of the Tümet attacked China, and there resulted collisions not only with the Chinese but between the different tribes living there.

"China has always been at war with the Mongolians.

The custom of accepting compensation for adultery prevailed also among Dyaks, Mandingoes, Kaffirs, Mongolians, Pahari and other tribes of India, etc.

Asiatics (see Mongolians), may not be citizens; legislation against in the Far West; may be unconstitutional; may not be employed in public work.

Mongolians, legislation against.

Naturalization of socialists, etc.; of aliens, Mongolians, negroes, etc. (see titles).

But that was a pastime compared with the herculean labor intrusted to us,the bringing together of whites and blacks, of Caucasians and Mongolians, of scores of groups divided by the barriers of language, of religion, of custom, and fusing them into one nationality.

101 examples of  mongolians  in sentences