Chinese history By tyler cabansag

Censor- An official who watches others for correct behavior

Currency- something, such as coins or paper money, that is used as a medium of exchange

Civil service- the administrative service of a goverment

Tenant farming- a farmer who works land owned by someone else and pays rent in cash or as a share of the crop

Acupuncture- origanally, a Chinese practice of inserting fine needles through the skin at specific points to treat disease or relieve pain

Network- a connected group or system

Waterwheel- a wheel made to turn by the water flowing against it

Link- a connecting element or factor

Generation- a group of individuals born and living at the same time

Unify- to make a single unit

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Created with images by rinema1demi - "pekin summer palace pagoda" • keijj44 - "referee professional football touchdown" • Images_of_Money - "20 Pence pile" • Military Sealift Command - "Civil Service Mariner" • Kheel Center, Cornell University Library - "Image verso says: Child labor in the cotton fields. A young Black girl fills a cotton sack" • DarkoStojanovic - "doctor medical medicine" • krheesy - "Neural Network" • Leo Photo - "Waterwheel" • Didgeman - "chain links of the chain iron" • desertdutchman - "Generations" • DVIDSHUB - "USS Normandy Provides Aid in Haiti" • terimakasih0 - "graffiti wall art street art"

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