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Mahayana Buddhism was far more successful in China than its rival Hinayana, and both Indian schools and local Chinese sects arose from the 5th century.
Mahayana Buddhism was far more successful in China than its rival Hinayana, and both Indian schools and local Chinese sects arose from the 5th century.
In 1667, New Englanders sent to King Charles 10 barrels of cranberries, 3 barrels of codfish and some Indian corn as a means of appeasement for his anger over their local coining of the Pine Tree shilling.
The Mughal emperors married local royalty, allied themselves with local maharajas, and attempted to fuse their Turko-Persian culture with ancient Indian styles, creating a unique Indo-Saracenic architecture.
Some Indian regions, such as Rajasthan, Gujarat and Karnataka, have been strongly influenced by Jains and often the majority of the local Hindus of every denomination have also become vegetarian.
The British Indian Empire, which included present-day India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, was divided into two types of territories: the Provinces of British India, which were governed directly by British officials responsible to the Governor-General of India ; and princely states, under the rule of local hereditary rulers who recognised British suzerainty in return for local autonomy, in most cases as established by treaty.
An 1841 local uprising resulted in the loss of the British mission and the subsequent death of 16, 500 British-led Indian forces, which included soldiers and camp followers while retreating from Kabul to Jalalabad.
After the 16th century, when European colonial powers took over much of the trade in the Indian Ocean, first the Portuguese, and then the Dutch, and the French occasionally meddled with local politics.
Because there were usually few British regulars garrisoned in North America, colonial militia served a vital role in local conflicts, particularly in the French and Indian Wars.
In the local Indian language, these crystals were called khanda ( Devanagari: खण ् ड ,) which is the source of the word candy.
He also wrote on the local laws, music, literature, botany, and geography, and made the first English translations of several important works of Indian literature.
In the following decades it gradually increased the size of the territories under its control, either ruling directly or indirectly via local puppet rulers under the threat of force of the Indian Army, 80 % of which was composed of native Indian sepoys.
The Woody Guthrie Coalition commissioned a local Creek Indian sculptor to cast a full-body bronze statue of Guthrie and his guitar, complete with the guitar's well-known inscription: " This machine kills fascists ".
A lack of data from Thailand, Russia, the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa makes it difficult to lay out a clear map of the spread of chickens in these areas ; better description and genetic analysis of local breeds threatened by extinction may also help with research into this area.
French fur traders and trappers traveled throughout the St. Lawrence and Mississippi watersheds, did business with local tribes, and often married Indian women.
Especially after Burgoyne's Indian screen left him, small groups of local Patriots began to emerge to harass the fringes of British positions.
In a last-ditch attempt to stem the tide of white colonization, the Muckleshoots aligned themselves with other local peoples in the Puget Sound Indian War ( 1855 – 1856 ).
The " Indian Road " refers to a historic pathway made by local tribes.
These may also be called by other names, including mandir or mandira, ambalam, kavu, koil or kovil, déul, devasthana and devalaya, depending on the region in the Indian subcontinent and its local language.
The major zebu cattle breeds of the world include Gir, Guzerat, Kankrej, Indo-Brazilian, Brahman, Nelore, Ongole, Sahiwal, Red Sindhi, Butana, Kenana, Boran, Baggara, Tharparkar, Kangeyam, Chinese Southern Yellow, Philippine native, Kedah-Kelantan, and local Indian Dairy ( LID ).
Less tolerated by local Caribbean officials, buccaneers increasingly turned to legal work or else joined regular pirate crews who sought plunder in the Indian Ocean, the east coast of North America, or West Africa as well as in the Caribbean.

local and population
The areas to be examined in these inquiries were selected by local officials, supposedly as representative of a larger population.
Some retailing, of course, always spreads with the population -- grocery stores, drugstores, local haberdasheries and dress shops, candy stores and the like.
The ancient population centers such as Chaco Canyon ( outside Crownpoint, New Mexico ), Mesa Verde ( near Cortez, Colorado ), and Bandelier National Monument ( near Los Alamos, New Mexico ) for which the Ancestral Pueblo peoples are renowned, consisted of apartment-like complexes and structures made from stone, adobe mud, and other local material, or were carved into the sides of canyon walls.
Reindeer, upon which the local inhabitants subsisted, were once found in considerable numbers, but the domestic reindeer population has collapsed dramatically since the reorganization and privatization of state-run collective farms beginning in 1992.
Supporting documentation instructs all units to report population statistics to the local afforestation committees as the basis for workload allocation.
Even after local lemming peaks, the arctic fox population tends to collapse back to levels dangerously close to non-viability.
They later discovered nearly all of the food they had been destroying was not being produced for guerrillas ; it was, in reality, only being grown to support the local civilian population.
The 2001 census recorded 10 % of the local population spoke the language, a five fold increase over ten years from the figure of 2 % recorded in 1991.
Identifying breeding grounds and breaking the breeding cycle will significantly reduce the local midge population.
By making these data available to local public health officials in real time, most models of anthrax epidemics indicate that more than 80 % of an exposed population can receive antibiotic treatment before becoming symptomatic, and thus avoid the moderately high mortality of the disease.
; 1984-USA-Rajneeshee bioterror attack: In Oregon in 1984, followers of the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh attempted to control a local election by incapacitating the local population.
While the brown bear's range has shrunk and it has faced local extinctions, it remains listed as a least concern species by the IUCN with a total population of approximately 200, 000.
From the 1930s to the 1960s, archaeologists like V. Gordon Childe and later John Hamilton regarded them as castles where local landowners held sway over a subject population.
The word " Bohemian " was never used by the local Czech ( Slavic ) population.
The settlement was at Baracoa, but the new settlers were to be greeted with stiff resistance from the local Taíno population.
Internationally, Cyprus promotes its geographical location as a " bridge " between East and West, along with its educated English-speaking population, moderate local costs, good airline connections, and telecommunications.
In the face of armed revolt of Jewish militant groups and increasing violence of the local Arab population, Britain had found itself unable to control events.
Because a geographically dispersed population can be expensive to survey, greater economy than simple random sampling can be achieved by treating several respondents within a local area as a cluster.
As of January 2009, it appears the project has been canceled, in part due to the strong opposition from the local population, mostly on environmental grounds.
Since the Yellowstone gray wolf reintroduction in 1995 and 1996, the local coyote population went through a dramatic restructuring.
The ' fringe ' of civil society organisations, including the Commonwealth Family and local groups, adds a cultural dimension to the event, and brings the CHOGM a higher media profile and greater acceptance by the local population.
It disclosed a " distinct pattern " of abuses by the contras, including: " attacks on purely civilian targets resulting in the killing of unarmed men, woman, children and the elderly ; – premeditated acts of brutality including rapes, beatings, mutilations and torture ; – and individual and mass kidnappings of civilians for the purpose of forced recruitment into the Contra forces and the creation of a hostage refugee population in Honduras ; – assaults on economic and social targets such as farms, cooperatives and on vehicles carrying volunteer coffee harvesters ; – intimidation of civilians who participate or cooperate in government or community programs such as distribution of subsidized food products, education and local self-defense militias ; – and kidnapping, intimidation, and even murder of religious leaders who support the government, including priests and clergy-trained lay pastors.

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