10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CONQUERABILITY»
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Ancient China and Its Enemies: The Rise of Nomadic Power in ...
Another example of "conquerability," repeatedly mentioned in the Tso- chuan, is
expressed in the rule regarding the presentation of spoils of war. Here a precise
line is drawn between yi (foreign) states and Central States for the ritual following
Contemporary Russian: Contemporary Russian Translation Guide ...
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vulnerability, pregnability, penetrability, assailableness, surmountability,
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Cassell's history of the war between France and Germany, ...
France no longer lives in the reckless intoxication of its unconquerable
supremacy ; it has been sobered by the lenten consciousness of its
conquerability, and, alas ! whoever thinks of death is already half dead. The
fortifications of Paris are ...
For Hegel, India's conquerability was no accident; it was an essential feature of
India's civilization: On the whole, the diffusion of Indian culture is only a dumb,
deedless expansion; that is, it presents no political action. The people of India
Afghan Endgames: Strategy and Policy Choices for America's ...
Aside from submitting historical evidence of Afghanistan's “conquerability,”
Hanson also draws insights from the Greek concept of operations—a skillful
blending of military repression and co-optation of local tribal leaders—that have ...
Off the Bench and Into the Game: Eight Success Strategies ...
Moses sent 10 spies to bring back a report on the land and its inhabitants. The
spies unanimously agreed that the land was fabulous, but they didn't agree on its
"conquerability!" Eight of the 10 spies focussed on the size and Be Focussed 59.
An Environmental History of Ancient Greece and Rome
After 326 bc, when the Macedonian king Alexander the Great reached the Indus
on his campaign of conquest in Asia, and was there faced with the realisation that
the end of the inhabited world was not discernible, the 'conquerability' of the ...
The Shorter Science and Civilisation in China:
Indeed, even the earliest Portuguese accounts of China contained estimates of
her 'conquerability'. As we have seen the 'Portuguese century' was also the '
Chinese century'. Our feeling of ambivalence towards Portugese explorers and ...
Joseph Needham, Colin A. Ronan, 1986
Conquering the Reign of Femeny: Gender and Genre in ...
Just as gender relationships in epic are predicated on the woman's
conquerability and objectivity, making her the tradable prisoner, the marriageable
peace-gift, the spoil of war, so does the romance require woman's compliance.
As a result ...
Bodies of the Text: Dance as Theory, Literature as Dance
It is particularly the woman of mixed race who figurally absorbs the fear of racial
resistance in her sexual conquerability. This mameluca, like the cabocla of the
earlier story, is of course fictional, yet there has been a fascinating appropriation
Ellen W. Goellner, Jacqueline Shea Murphy, 1995
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