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china 230 modernize its military force by replacing outmoded Soviet and Soviet-
designed equipment with Chinese designs and Western technology and
equipment. The country already had a nuclear-weapons force capable of
Chinese ink 234 T'ien-an Men (Tienanmen) Square, opened in 1961. The
Museum of Chinese History, which shares its building with the Revolutionary
Museum, covers the history of China from its earliest beginnings up until the
Opium War of ...
Chinese watermelon 238 Chinese water deer (Hydropotes inermis) with fawn P.
Morns— W.C.I male lacks antlers but has long, curved upper canine teeth that
protrude from the mouth. Chinese watermelon: see wax gourd. Chinese wax,
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