Tang

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  • The Tang forces were defeated, and the road to the capital now lay open.
  • The Tang period was considered the golden age of literature and art.
  • This is commonly recognized as the beginning of the fall of Tang's central government.
  • This is commonly recognized as the beginning of the fall of Tang's central government.
  • These forms of early drama were popular in the Tang Dynasty where they further developed.
  • You see many tangs you don't see before. Cited from Anna Christie, by Eugene O'Neill
  • As the battle begins, Tang's million men come onto the mountain.
  • Indeed, paper found many other uses besides writing and wrapping during the Tang era.
  • The Tang period was a golden age of Chinese literature and art.
  • He wrote eighteen poems on painting alone, more than any other Tang poet.
  • Tang's site was popular in the adult genre throughout its run.
  • Most tangs will not tolerate other fish the same color and/or shape as them.
  • Technology during the Tang period was built also upon the precedents of the past.
  • For more than a century after his death, Tang China enjoyed peace and prosperity.
  • Schooling fish form compact groups with other blue tangs in addition to other species.
  • Tang's reign was regarded as a good one by the Chinese.
  • Just about the only exception is when kept with other tangs or surgeonfish, particularly of their own species.
  • Most of them are said to have been born in the Tang or Song Dynasty.
  • Both sides of the Great Wall came under Tang rule.
  • The first playing cards appeared in the ninth century during Tang dynasty China.
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Meaning of Tang

  • noun The imperial dynasty of china from 618 to 907
  • noun Any of various coarse seaweeds