Oct.15-18 - Chinese 252 Names & Terms Oct. 15-20, 2009...

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Oct. 15-20, 2009 5. yóu xiá h (knight errant, wandering swashbuckler) He does things for justice not fot himself. l z “ L 6. yì bú dì Qín (“to refuse on principle to recognize Qín as emperor”: to refuse to bow to superior might) The situation arose at the year 258 BCE which troops of Qin invade Han Dan. The ruler of Chu asks other states to attack Qin. Qin King, Zhang Xiang Wang. King of Qin sees other states rescue Zhao, doubles attack Zhao. Qin then stopped attack Zhao. 7. L Zhònglián ǔ ǐ 8. Hán Dān h (the capital of Zhào h ) 9. Jìn B ǐ h (a Wèy general.) 10. Qín Zhāoxiāng Wáng King Zhāoxiāng of Qín (r. 306–252 BCE) 11. Wáng Hé h (Qín commander-in-chief) 12. Yè Xià h (place-name) 13. Chūnshēn Jūn Lord Chūnshēn (prime minister of Ch ǔ , one of the “four seigneurs” of the Warring States era, along with Mèngcháng Jūn) 14. W Guān ǔ ǐ (place-name) 15. Xīn Yuány ǎ n (a Wèy general) 16. Píngyuán Jūn h Lord Píngyuán
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