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53 example sentences with  tsu

53 example sentences with tsu

Tsz-chang put a question relative to the chief Minister of Tsu, Tsz-wan.

This curious embassy, sent by Mirza Shah Rokh one of the sons of Timur, or Timour the Great, better known in Europe by the name of Tamerlane, travelled from Herat, in Persia, the residence of their sovereign, to Khanbalek, Cambalu, or Peking, the imperial city of Kathay, Khatay, Kitay, or Northern China, where Yong-lo, or Ching-tsu, the third emperor of the race of Ming then kept his court.

The Text of Con-fu-tsu, verbally translated.

After his death he was given as emperor the name of Kao Tsu.

Emperor Kao Tsu came from eastern China, and his family seems to have been a peasant family; in any case it did not belong to the old nobility.

Kao Tsu's old friends and fellow-countrymen, who had helped him into power, had been rewarded by appointment as generals or high officials.

Kao Tsu allowed many laws and regulations to remain in force, including the prohibition of Confucianist writings.

Kao Tsu and his supporters, as farmers from eastern China, looked down upon the trading population to which farmers always regard themselves as superior.

The second group from which officials had been drawn under the Ch'in was that of the army officers, but their military functions had now, of course, fallen to Kao Tsu's soldiers.

Gentry society continued from Kao Tsu's time to 1948, but it went through a number of phases of development and changed considerably in time.

Thus Kao Tsu was faced in Mao Tun not with a mere nomad chieftain but with the most dangerous of enemies, and Kao Tsu's policy had to be directed to preventing any interference of the Hsiung-nu in North Chinese affairs, and above all to preventing alliances between Hsiung-nu and Chinese.

Thus Kao Tsu was faced in Mao Tun not with a mere nomad chieftain but with the most dangerous of enemies, and Kao Tsu's policy had to be directed to preventing any interference of the Hsiung-nu in North Chinese affairs, and above all to preventing alliances between Hsiung-nu and Chinese.

Actually a Chinese opponent of Kao Tsu had already come to terms with Mao Tun, and in

200 B.C. Kao Tsu was very near suffering disaster in northern Shansi, as a result of which China would have come under the rule of the Hsiung-nu.

The national line of policy of the Hsiung-nu did not at all mean an end of hostilities and raids on Chinese territory, so that Kao Tsu declared himself ready to give the Hsiung-nu the foodstuffs and clothing materials they needed if they would make an end of their raids.

Kao Tsu sent a diplomatic mission to the ruler of this state, and invited him to place himself under Chinese suzerainty (196 B.C.).

and he yielded to Kao Tsu without a struggle.

Consolidation of the gentry Kao Tsu died in 195 B.C. From then to 179 the actual ruler was his widow, the empress Lรผ, while children were officially styled emperors.

On the death of the empress her opponents rose, under the leadership of Kao Tsu's family.

Every member of the empress's family was exterminated, and a son of Kao Tsu, known later under the name of Wen Ti (Emperor Wen), came to the throne.

He reigned from 179 to 157 B.C. Under him there were still many fiefs, but with the limitation which the emperor Kao Tsu had laid down shortly before his death: only members of the imperial family should receive fiefs, to which the title of King was attached.

For the first time since the beginning of Chinese history, great areas of continuous territory were under unified rule, without unending internal warfare such as had existed under Shih Huang-ti and Kao Tsu.

Chao K'uang-yin (named as emperor T'ai Tsu) attacked them in succession.

The most famous dramatists of the Ming epoch are Wang Shih-chen (1526-1590) and T'ang Hsien-tsu (1556-1617).

In Chu Yรผan-chang's last years (he was named T'ai Tsu as emperor) difficulties arose in regard to the dynasty.

Tsu, marched south and captured Nanking, where the palaces were burnt down.

The young emperor Sheng Tsu (1663-1722; K'ang-hsi is the name by which his rule was known, not his name) was keenly interested in Chinese culture and gave privileged treatment to the scholars of the gentry who came forward.

p. 40: For the introduction of iron and the importance of Ch'i, see Chu Hsi-tsu, Kuo Mo-jo, Yang K'uan, Sekino, Takeshi.

Studies by Ch'รผ T'ung-tsu and Tamai Korehiro are important here.

p. 103: I use here concepts developed by Cheng Chen-to and especially by Jung Chao-tsu.

For our period Wang Yi-t'ung and especially Niida Noboru and Ch'รผ T'ung-tsu.

p. 163: On foreign music in China see L.C. Goodrich and Ch'รผ T'ung-tsu, H.G. Farmer, S. Kishibe and others.

For clan rules, clan foundations, etc., I used D.C. Twitchett, J. Fischer, Hu Hsien-chin, Ch'รผ T'ung-tsu, Niida Noboru and T. Makino.

p. 198: For the merchants I used Ch'รผ T'ung-tsu, Sung Hsi and Wada Kiyoshi.

p. 216: Based mainly upon Ch'รผ T'ung-tsu.

p. 218: For slaughtering I used A. Hulsewรฉ; for greeting R. Michihata; on law Ch'รผ T'ung-tsu; on philosophy I adapted ideas from Chan Wing-sit.

Tung-siu Chiang Hu (W) & Tsu-wang Hu (C); 15Jul70; R488329.

HU, TSU-WANG.

Tung-siu Chiang Hu (W) & Tsu-wang Hu (C); 15Jul70; R488329.

HU, TSU-WANG.

The Missionary Review for July, 1899, contains an article summing up a report of the Tien Tsu Hui, or "Natural Foot Society," which throws a bright light on the whole question and from which I quote as follows: "The male members of a family may be opposed to the maiming of their female relatives by the senseless custom, but the women will support it.

The apotheosis of Sincerity to which Tsu-tsu gives expression in the Doctrine of the Mean, attributes to it transcendental powers, almost identifying them with the Divine.

The apotheosis of Sincerity to which Tsu-tsu gives expression in the Doctrine of the Mean, attributes to it transcendental powers, almost identifying them with the Divine.

The area south of Tsu became Watarai Prefecture.

Cal State Fullertonโ€™s non-profit organization hosted their eighth annual TitanThon dance marathon for CHOC where a total of 365 registered participants danced the night away from 6 p.m. to midnight in the TSU on Friday.

Johnson, while a student at TSU, endured an invasion of the police at TSU in 1967.

Johnson, while a student at TSU, endured an invasion of the police at TSU in 1967.

Lane had been placed on paid administrative leave in early January after it was revealed in October 2019 that the TSU law school was tied to admissions "improprieties," specifically pay-to-play school admission.

Mie University in Tsu, Mie Prefecture, brought all of its physical classes online after a cluster was confirmed in its Faculty of Medicine in August.

Of the approximately 49 Ka-Tsu produced, only one has survived and is located here on MCLB Barstow.

A police Constable stationed at the Tactical Services Unit (TSU) was robbed of his XR motorcycle (CK 2202) in front of his fatherโ€™s residence by a gun-toting bandit and his accomplice.

TSU quarterback Brady McBride completed 19-of-29 for 229 yards and two touchdowns.

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